Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Blood, Sweat And Tears. Жанр: Jazz, Rock, Funk, Soul. Стиль: Blues Rock, Jazz-Funk, Jazz-Rock. Blood, Sweat And Tears (Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel, Album).
Blood, Sweat And Tears. Album, 1968, Columbia Records. 1. Variations on a Theme By Erik Satie (1st and 2nd Movements). 3. Sometimes in Winter. 5. And When I Die. 6. God Bless the Child. 8. You've Made Me So Very Happy.
Blood, Sweat & Tears is the second album by the band Blood, Sweat & Tears, released in 1968. It was commercially successful, rising to the top of the . charts for a collective seven weeks and yielding three successive Top 5 singles. It received a Grammy Award for Album of the Year in 1970 and has been certified quadruple platinum by the RIAA with sales of more than four million units in the . In Canada, it enjoyed four runs and altogether eight weeks at No. 1 on the RPM national album chart.
The second Blood, Sweat & Tears album is a coat of many colours, and very 1969. Bookended by a rock interpretation of Erik Satie, the album mixes Smiling Phases, a Sly Stone funk freakout heavy on the brass, with Sometimes in Winter, a languid croon built from prog-rock stabs and Sinatra’s bitter introspection. Spinning Wheel is psychedelic-folk wisdom delivered in a soul vamp, while You’ve Made Me so Very Happy anticipates early-‘70s bubblegum pop while sounding utterly devoted and sincere. Blood, Sweat & Tears Blood, Sweat & Tears.
Blood, Sweat and Tears is the fifteenth album by singer Johnny Cash, released in 1963 (see 1963 in music). It is a collection of songs about the American working man. This includes "The Legend of John Henry's Hammer" and "Busted", the latter of which would become a single. Both would also be performed by Cash during his famous 1968 concerts at Folsom Prison and be included in the 1999 extended reissue of the album, At Folsom Prison. The album was included on the Bear Family box set Come Along and Ride This Train.
Where Ride This Train was about railroads and how they shaped America, Blood, Sweat and Tears is not only about the folklore of trains, it's about the fables of the American working man. That means there are classic ballads like "Casey Jones" and "The Legend of John Henry's Hammer," but also relatively recent blues like "Busted," the field song "Pick a Bale of Cotton," and the worker's lament "Tell Him I'm Gone
BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS was/is a Jazz-Rock band formed in New York in 1967, and one of the early examples of the genre that would be known as "Brass Rock" and sharing their hierarchy of the genre with CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY (later CHICAGO), both being prime examples along with their UK competitor IF. The original incarnation of the band was lead by AL KOOPER (for just one album), JIM FIELDER (of Zappa's Mothers Of Invention fame), FRED LIPSIUS, JERRY WEISS, STEVE KATZ, DICK HALLIGAN, BOBBY COLOMBY, COREY GARRISON and RANDY BRECKER. In January 1971 they began recording they fourth album in San Francisco, called "Blood, Sweat and Tears 4". For the album Jerry Hyman was replaced by DAVE GARBERON and DON HECKMAN was called to co-produce.