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Album Title: Blood, Sweat & Tears Columbia 1970 Rating: *****
Prime Artist: Blood, Sweat & Tears
Arranger: Blood, Sweat & Tears
Engineer: Fred Catero
Engineer: Roy Halee
Vocal: David Clayton-Thomas
Drums: Bobby Colomby
Guitar: Steve Katz
Bass: Jim Fielder
Saxophone: Fred Lispius
Trumpet: Chuck Winfield
Trumpet: Lew Soloff
Keyboards: Dick Halligan
Producer: James William Guercio
Trombone: Jerry Hyman
Review: I had this album when I was in high school. In 1993, I saw BS&T perform again

(a fireman's benefit concert in the Tacoma dome).

I bought their 'Greatest Hits' album shortly thereafter (only one I could find), and

frankly, I was disappointed. It can't touch the way this CD is put together. The

holy trinity of 'God Bless The Child', 'Spinning Wheel' and 'You've Made Me So

Very Happy' back to back are just the core of this album. The instrumentals and

other tracks fill it out nicely.
What Others Say:
Tracks: 1 Variations On A Theme By Erik Satie

2 Smiling Phases *

3 Sometimes In Winter

4 More And More *

5 And When I Die

6 God Bless The Child

7 Spinning Wheel

8 You've Made Me So Very Happy

9 Blues - Part II *

10 Variations On A Theme By Erik Satie
. Tracks with a trailing * are missing lyrics in the linked files
Album Length (hrs:min): 0:45 Mag: 29.3

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