Blood Sweat & Tears: Blood Sweat & Tears
Columbia CS 63986
Stereo Single Layer
"Blood Sweat & Tears"
Blood Sweat & Tears
With the 1969 release of their self-titled second album, Blood, Sweat & Tears - now with lead vocalist David Clayton-Thomas - catapulted onto the charts with their smash hits, "You've Made Me So Very Happy," "And When I Die" and the anthemic "Spinning Wheel."
Blending their many diverse styles into an altogether new pop sound, the record established Blood, Sweat & Tears as one of the most dynamic bands of their time. In 1970 the band won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year.
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Original recordings produced by James William Guerico
Arranged by Blood, Sweat & Tears
Produced for reissue by Bob Irwin
Mastered by Vic Anesini at Sony Music Studios, New York
Engineed for SACD by Vic Anesini
Tracks 1-10 recorded between October 7 to October 22, 1968
Tracks 11-12 recorded August 2, 1968 live at The Cafe Au Go Go, New York City. Mixed by Jen Wyler at Sony Music Studios, New York