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Child Is Father To The Man: 1. Overture 2. I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know 3. Morning Glory 4. My Days Are Numbered 5. Without Her 6. Just One Smile 7. I Can't Quit Her 8. Meagan's Gypsy Eyes 9. Somethin' Goin' On 10. House In The Country 11. The Modern Adventures Of Plato, Diogenes And Freud 12. So Much Love / Underture Blood, Sweat & Tears: 1. Variations On A Theme By Erik Satie (1st And 2nd Movements) 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. Variation On A Theme By Erik Satie (1st Movement) Blood, Sweat & Tears 3: 1. Hi-De-Ho 2. The Battle 3. Lucretia Mac Evil 4. Lucretia's Reprise 5. Fire and Rain 6. Lonesome Suzie 7. Symphony For The Devil 8. He's A Runner 9. Somethin' Comin' On 10. 40,000 Headmen Blood, Sweat & Tears 4: 1. Go Down Gamblin' 2. Cowboys And Indians 3. John The Baptist (Holy John) 4. Redemption 5. Lisa, Listen To Me 6. A Look To My Heart (Instrumental) 7. High On A Mountain 8. Valentine's Day 9. Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me A Little While) 10. For My Lady 11. Mama Gets High 12. A Look To My Heart
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Four album 45 RPM set includes: Child Is Father To The Man Blood, Sweat & Tears Self-Titled Blood, Sweat & Tears 3 Blood, Sweat & Tears 4 The box set includes an in-depth essay by lead singer David Clayton-Thomas highlights booklet with rare photos. David Clayton-Thomas landed in New York City in 1966, drawn from his native Canada to appear on the NBC network TV show "Hullabaloo" as a guest of fellow Canadian Paul Anka. Anka wanted a Canadian band to feature on the show and Clayton-Thomas fronted a jazz/rock band called The Bossmen — "we had the number one record in Canada at the time." Clayton-Thomas returned to Toronto after the show but the creative scene in the Big Apple beckoned. He got a NYC gig playing guitar for John Lee Hooker — and in the funky clubs of Greenwich Village he met several founding members of what was to become a chart-dominating jazz fusion band with an utterly distinctive sound — Blood, Sweat & Tears. For a brief period at the end of the 1960s and the start of the 1970s, Blood, Sweat & Tears, which fused a rock 'n' roll rhythm section to a horn section, stormed the pop charts. Clayton-Thomas joined this stellar group of musicians in 1969, bringing a handful of new songs as they delivered the monumental Grammy Album of the Year Blood, Sweat & Tears. Now hear the music and read the complete story about how this legendary band succeeded, from the ultimate BS&T insider — David Clayton-Thomas himself! Bloodlines, from Analogue Productions captures the BS&T sound as never before, on four remastered albums — Child Is Father To The Man, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Blood, Sweat & Tears 3 and Blood, Sweat & Tears 4. Each album was remastered from the original master tapes by Ryan K. Smith at Sterling Sound in New York, and each was plated and pressed on deluxe 200-gram heavyweight vinyl at Quality Record Pressings. The jackets - from Stoughton Printing - are top-of-the-line, old-style tip-on showcasing immaculately reproduced artwork. The whole set comes in a custom-designed deluxe slipcase. For this special box set, David Clayton-Thomas was gracious enough to contribute a wonderfully-written essay telling the whole history of the band and its origins. The eight-piece band signed to Columbia Records and recorded Blood, Sweat & Tears' debut album, Child Is Father to the Man, which was released in February 1968. Cofounder Al Kooper then departed, and the group was reorganized. Singer David Clayton-Thomas was added, trombonist Dick Halligan moved to the keyboards, and trumpeters Chuck Winfield and Lew Soloff replaced Randy Brecker and Jerry Weiss, with Jerry Hyman being added on trombone. This nine-piece unit, working with producer James William Guercio, made Blood, Sweat & Tears' self-titled second album, released in January 1969. Blood, Sweat & Tears was a runaway hit, spawning three gold-selling Top 10 singles, "You've Made Me So Very Happy," "Spinning Wheel," and "And When I Die," selling 3 million copies and winning the Grammy Award for Album of the Year. Guercio left afterward to work on a similar musical concept with Chicago Transit Authority, and Blood, Sweat & Tears increasingly became a backup group for Clayton-Thomas. Nevertheless, the third album, Blood, Sweat & Tears 3 (1970), and the fourth, Blood, Sweat & Tears 4 (1971), were substantial hits. This is a momentous box set presenting a historically-significant band in the deluxe fashion that it deserves. Like all Analogue Productions reissues, they've painstakingly sweated the details to bring you the utmost listening experience. Now you can listen to these cherished album favorites in the highest quality, as you gain insights into the band and its recordings from Clayton-Thomas' informative account of the band's history.