Blood Sweat & Tears 3
Blood Sweat & Tears 3
Blood Sweat & Tears 3
Blood Sweat & Tears 3
Blood Sweat & Tears 3
Blood Sweat & Tears 3

Blood Sweat & Tears 3

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David Clayton-Thomas (vocals)

Steve Katz (vocals, guitar)

Dick Halligan (Fred Lipsius (saxophone, piano)

Lew Soloff, Chuck Winfield (trumpet, flugelhorn)

Jerry Hyman (trombone)

Jim Fielder (bass)


1 LP, gatefold sleeve 

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’



Record Press : RTI

Label : Friday Music

Original Label : Columbia

Recorded by Lou Waxman

Mixed by Roy Halee

Produced by Bobby Colomby, Roy Halee

Remastered by Friday Music's Joe Reagoso

Originally released in 1970

Reissued in 2015



Side A:

  1. Hi-De-Ho
  2. The Battle
  3. Lucretia MacEvil
  4. Lucretia's Reprise
  5. Fire and Rain
  6. Lonesome Suzie

Side B:

  1. Symphony for the Devil/Sympathy for the Devil
  2. He's A Runner
  3. Somethin' Comin' On
  4. 40,000 Headmen


Reviews :

"Blood, Sweat & Tears had a hard act to follow in recording their third album. Nevertheless, BS&T constructed a convincing, if not quite as impressive, companion to their previous hit. David Clayton-Thomas remained an enthusiastic blues shouter, and the band still managed to put together lively arrangements, especially on the Top 40 hits "Hi-De-Ho" and "Lucretia Mac Evil." Elsewhere, they re-created the previous album's jazzing up of Laura Nyro ("He's a Runner") and Traffic ("40,000 Headmen"), although their pretentiousness, on the extended "Symphony/Sympathy for the Devil," and their tendency to borrow other artists' better-known material (James Taylor's "Fire and Rain") rather than generating more of their own, were warning signs for the future. In the meantime, BS&T 3 was another chart-topping gold hit." AllMusic Review by William Ruhlmann


Ratings :

AllMusic : 3 / 5 , Discogs : 3,81 / 5

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