Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Blood Sweat and Tears-Blood Sweat and Tears (1969)

If Child is father was the man to his first album a work of genius, that before us was the confirmation of the band, their sound closer to jazz-rock to other styles, will find this album a commercial formula that puts you in weeks as number one in the charts and even voted best album of the year for this album and did not have Al Kooper, but had recruited the mighty David Clayton-Thomas, and other members including Steve Katz and Jim detacan Felder had made ​​an album with legendary subjects and others such as You've made ​​me so very happy (a Motown classic version), Spinning Wheel, and When I Die ... the truth is that the experienced rock fused with blues and arrangements jazz supergroup made ​​of this key in the seventies with sales topping 35 million albums in total.

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