Blood, Sweat & Tears - Blood, Sweat & Tears

 (Numbered Limited Edition)

Blood, Sweat & Tears - Blood, Sweat & Tears


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AORG 133-45
UPC: 858492002336
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45 RPM Vinyl Record

No. of Discs: 2
Note: 180 Gram

45 RPM

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180 Gram Vinyl Record
Limited Edition

Preowned Vinyl Record
# 104/6000

Preowned Vinyl Record
1969 Japanese pressing Michigan Collection

Blood, Sweat & Tears stormed the charts in 1969 with their own brand of jazz-rock fusion!

One of the BEST albums they ever made!!!

Mastered by Bernie Grundman from the original analog master tapes and pressed at RTI!

Numbered deluxe laminated gatefold jackets!

Double limited edition 180-gram 45 RPM LP set

Winner of a Gruvy Award, chosen by AnalogPlanet's editor, Michael Fremer, for vinyl records that are musically and sonically outstanding and are also well mastered and pressed.

Winner of three Grammy Awards in 1970, this absolutely mind-blowing album peaked at No. 1 on the U.S. charts, staying there for seven weeks, going double platinum by the end of 1969 and stayed on the Top 40 for 66 weeks.

For a brief period at the end of the '60s and the start of the '70s, Blood, Sweat & Tears, which fused a rock & roll rhythm section to a horn section, held out the promise of a jazz-rock fusion that could storm the pop charts. The band was organized in New York in 1967 out of the remnants of the Blues Project by keyboard player/singer Al Kooper and guitarist Steve Katz of that group, and saxophonist Fred Lipsius. The rhythm section consisted of bassist Jim Fielder and drummer Bobby Colomby, and the horn section was filled out by trumpeters Randy Brecker and Jerry Weiss and trombonist Dick Halligan.

This eight-piece band signed to Columbia Records and recorded Blood, Sweat &Tear's debut album, Child Is Father to the Man, which was released in February 1968. Cofounder Kooper then departed, and the group was reorganized. Singer David Clayton-Thomas was added, Halligan moved to the keyboards, and trumpeters Chuck Winfield and Lew Soloff replaced Brecker and 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 three million copies and winning the Grammy Award for Album of the Year. It was also Blood, Sweat & Tears' highwater mark. Guercio left to work on a similar 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.



Side 1
1. Variations On A Theme By Erik Satie
2. Smiling Phases
3. Sometimes in Winter

Side 2
1. More and More
2. And When I Die
3. God Bless The Child

Side 3
1. Spinning Wheel
2. You've Made Me So Very Happy

Side 4
1. Blues - Part II
2. Variations On A Theme By Erik Satie

Customer Reviews (5.00 Stars) 2 person(s) rated this product.


posted on 11/12/2015
5 Stars
Wow! Perfect recording, dead quiet. Better than the MOFI version.


posted on 04/23/2013
5 Stars
I have several pressing of this LP, from older Colombia'360's up through mid 90s maybe even later to the MOFI version ( poor), but this 45 is a stellar re-issue. Great dynamics, clarity and sweet punchy bass. If you love this LP, its a no brainer regardless of what other versions you own.

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