Blood, Sweat & Tears 3 Vinyl LP Record Album - KC 30090

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Blood, Sweat & Tears 3 Vinyl LP Record Album - KC 30090

Label: Columbia – KC 30090
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: US
Genre: Rock


A1 Hi-De-Ho 4:25
Arranged By – Fred Lipsius
Choir – The Manhattan Borough-Wide Chorus For The Friends Of Music Of New York City
Soloist, Harmonica – Steve*
Written-By – G. Goffin - C. King*
A2 The Battle 2:41
Arranged By – Dick Halligan
Lead Vocals – Steve Katz
Written-By – D. Halligan*, S. Katz*
A3 Lucretia Mac Evil 3:00
Arranged By – Dick Halligan
Soloist, Guitar – Steve*
Written-By – D. C. Thomas*
A4 Lucretia's Reprise 2:31
Soloist, Trumpet – Lew*
Written-By – Blood, Sweat & Tears*
A5 Fire And Rain 4:01
Arranged By – Dick Halligan, Jim Fielder
Written-By – J. Taylor*
A6 Lonesome Suzie 4:35
Arranged By – David Clayton-Thomas, Fred Lipsius
Written-By – R. Manuel*
Symphony For The Devil / Sympathy For The Devil (7:50)
Arranged By – Dick Halligan
Written-By – D. Halligan*, M. Jagger - K. Richards*
B1-1 Emergence
B1-1a Fanfare
B1-2 Devil's Game
B1-2a Labyrinth
B1-2b Satan's Dance
Soloist, Saxophone – Fred*
B1-2c The Demand
B1-3 Submergence
B1-3a Contemplation
B1-3b Return
B2 He's A Runner 4:13
Arranged By – Dick Halligan
Soloist, Piano – Dick*
Written-By – L. Nyro*
B3 Somethin' Comin' On 4:33
Arranged By – Dick Halligan
Soloist, Organ – Dick*
Soloist, Saxophone – Fred*
Written-By – C. Stainton*, J. Cocker*
B4 40,000 Headmen 4:44
Arranged By – Bobby Colomby, Fred Lipsius
Soloist, Piano – Fred*
Soloist, Trumpet – Lew*
Written-By – S. Capaldi*, S. Winwood*

Blood, Sweat & Tears
Real Name: Blood, Sweat & Tears
American jazz-rock group, formed in 1967 in New York City, New York, USA, noted for their combination of brass and rock band instrumentation. Since their beginnings, the band has gone through numerous iterations with varying personnel and has encompassed a multitude of musical styles.
1969 Grammy Awards for Album Of The Year (Blood, Sweat And Tears) and Best Contemporary Instrumental Performance ("Variations On A Theme By Eric Satie").

The band name, according to their album covers, is Blood, Sweat & Tears .

The original founding members were:
Randy Brecker - trumpet, flugelhorn (1967-1968)
Bobby Colomby - drums (1967-1977)
Jim Fielder - bass (1967-1974)
Richard Halligan - keyboards, trombone, flute (1967-1972)
Steve Katz - guitar, harmonica, lute, mandolin, vocals (1967-1973, 2008-2010)
Al Kooper - keyboards, vocals (1967-1968)
Fred Lipsius - alto sax, piano (1967-1972)
Jerry Weiss - trumpet, flugelhorn (1967-1968)
-Source: Discogs