Cover of the CD reissue of Mo' Breau and Five O'Clock Bells
|Studio album by Lenny Breau|
|Recorded||October-November 1977, January 1978|
|Studio||Blank Tapes Recording Studio, New York City|
|Lenny Breau chronology|
Breau signed a three-album deal with Gene Rosenthal for Adelphi Records in 1977, the first of which was produced by Rosenthal and was released as Five O'Clock Bells. Subsequent recordings from these sessions were produced by Dan Doyle and resulted in Mo' Breau and Last Sessions.
- "Ebony Queen/Pam's Pad" (McCoy Tyner / Lenny Breau) – 7:30
- "Autumn Leaves" (Joseph Kosma, Johnny Mercer, Jacques Prévert) – 2:01
- "...But Beautiful" (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke) – 5:04
- "Emily" (Johnny Mandel, Johnny Mercer) – 3:40
- "New York City" (Breau) – 5:04
- "I Remember Hank" (Breau) – 5:18
- "Marlborough Street" (Breau) – 2:06
- "Lone Pine" (Breau) – 4:02
- Lenny Breau – guitar, vocals
- Nastos, Michael G. "Mo' Breau > Review". Allmusic. Retrieved June 22, 2011.
- Forbes-Robert, Ron. (2006). One Long Tune: the life and music of Lenny Breau. Denton, TX. University of North Texas Press. ISBN 1-57441-210-8.
- Allmusic entry for Mo' Breau and Five O'Clock Bells reissue.