|2||I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know||5:54|
|4||You've Made Me So Very Happy||4:15|
|6||And When I Die||4:02|
|7||Sometimes In Winter||3:06|
|9||I Can't Quit Her||3:38|
|11||Go Down Gamblin'||4:03|
|13||Down In The Flood||4:19|
|14||More And More||3:02|
|15||Over The Hill||4:19|
|17||Lisa Listen To Me||2:58|
|18||God Bless The Child||5:52|
Blood, Sweat & Tears is the second album by the band Blood, Sweat & Tears, released in 1968. It was commercially successful, rising to the top of the . charts for a collective seven weeks and yielding three successive Top 5 singles. It received a Grammy Award for Album of the Year in 1970 and has been certified quadruple platinum by the RIAA with sales of more than four million units in the . In Canada, it enjoyed four runs and altogether eight weeks at No. 1 on the RPM national album chart.
Spinning Wheel" is the title of a song from 1968 by the band Blood, Sweat & Tears. The song was written by the band's Canadian lead vocalist David Clayton-Thomas and appears on their eponymous album. Released as a single in 1969, "Spinning Wheel" peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in July of that year, remaining in the runner-up position for three weeks.
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Album: Blood, Sweat & Tears. Blood Sweat & Tears, Blood Sweat And Tears - Don't Explain The Bottom Line, New York, August 8th, 1977, 2015 08:38. Artist: Blood Sweat & Tears.
Blood, Sweat And Tears. Album, 1968, Columbia Records. 1. Variations on a Theme By Erik Satie (1st and 2nd Movements). 3. Sometimes in Winter. 5. And When I Die. 6. God Bless the Child. 8. You've Made Me So Very Happy. 9. Blues (Part II). 10. Variation on a Theme By Erik Satie (1st Movement). EP, 1968, Columbia Records, CBS. Tracklist.
Much of Blood, Sweat & Tears best material came from outside writers. Case in point, their version of the Tim Buckley classic 'Morning Glory. Found on his 1967 album 'Goodbye and Hello,' 'Morning Glory' is simply a beautiful song. While Buckley's remains the definitive version, Blood, Sweat & Tears put their own stamp on it and remake it in their own image. The song was also covered early on by the Stone Poneys, featuring a young Linda Ronstadt. 7. 'Go Down Gamblin''. Spinning Wheel,' which tops our list of the Top 10 Blood, Sweat & Tears Songs, was the band's second big hit within two months following the release of their second album in early 1969. Written by singer David Clayton Thomas, 'Spinning Wheel' is about as good as it gets in displaying the band's game plan. Horn-driven pop/rock with soulful vocals never got much better than this. The record hit the No. 2 slot in the spring of 1969.
Blood Sweat & Tears were brilliant when they were around. And I love this song - it's an absolute classic from the late 1960's - although I originally thought that this song "Spinning Wheel" came out in 1973!!!!! Still a great classic track though! 4 years назад. Blood, Sweat & Tears - Spinning Wheel (album version).
Music video by Blood, Sweat & Tears performing Spinning Wheel (audio). C) 2016 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab subsequently licensed the album from Columbia Records and reissued the compact disc MFSL UDCD 559 in 1995. If you’ve never heard the refrain, you’ll immediately fall in love with ‘Spinning Wheel’ produced by James William Guercio with lead vocalist David Clayton-Thomas. Someone is waiting just for you Spinnin' wheel, spinnin' true Drop all your troubles by the riverside Catch a painted pony on the spinning wheel ride. 2 months ago. We had played this in September for marching.