Blood Sweat Tears 4 (Blue vinyl)
Blood Sweat Tears 4 (Blue vinyl)
Blood Sweat Tears 4 (Blue vinyl)
Blood Sweat Tears 4 (Blue vinyl)
Blood Sweat Tears 4 (Blue vinyl)
Blood Sweat Tears 4 (Blue vinyl)

Blood Sweat Tears 4 (Blue vinyl)

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Lead Vocals – David Clayton-Thomas

Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Harmonica, Mandolin – Steve Katz

Drums, Percussion – Bobsby Colomby*

Electric Bass – Jim Fielder

Organ, Trombone, Piano, Flute – Dick Halligan

Piano, Organ, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Fred Lipsius

Trombone, Tuba, Horns – Dave Bargeron

Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Chuck Winfield, Lewis Soloff

Arranged by Dick Halligan (A2, A4, A5, B1, B4), Fred Lipsius (A1, A3, A6, B2, B3, B6)

 

1 LP, tri-fold sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : blue

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : unspecified

Label : Friday Music

Original Label : Columbia

Mixed by Roy Halee

Produced by Roy Halee, Bobby Colomby, Don Heckman

Originally released in 1971

Reissued in 2015

 

Tracks:

Side A :

  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)

Side B :

  1. High On A Mountain
  2. Valentine's Day
  3. Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me A Little While)
  4. For My Lady
  5. Mama Gets High
  6. A Look To My Heart (Duet)

 

Reviews :

"Having relied largely on outside songwriting for its last two wildly successful albums, Blood, Sweat & Tears decided (as many groups had before) to bring some of that song publishing income into the family by writing their own material. Singer David Clayton-Thomas contributed the Top 40 hit "Go Down Gamblin'," and he and keyboard player Dick Halligan collaborated on another chart entry, "Lisa, Listen to Me." Ex-bandleader Al Kooper even contributed a track, "John the Baptist (Holy John)." But Side two was given over largely to songs by guitarist Steve Katz that were substandard, and the band's cohesion seemed to be disintegrating. Although the album scraped the Top Ten briefly and went gold, it marked the end of BS&T's period of wide commercial success on records. By the next outing, Clayton-Thomas had quit and the band's heyday was behind it." AllMusic Review by William Ruhlmann

 

Ratings :

AllMusic : 2 / 5 , Discogs : 3,82 / 5

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