Blood, Sweat & Tears are truly a worldwide gift to rock and jazz fusion enthusiasts everywhere. Over four decades in the music business and still going strong, their hit albums and top-charting singles continue to captivate millions of fans all over the globe.
In 1969 BS&T's lead vocalist David Clayton-Thomas joined this stellar group of jazz and rock musicians, bringing a handful of new songs with the monumental Grammy Album of the Year, Blood, Sweat & Tears.
Their amazing third album, Blood, Sweat & Tears 3, features a treasure trove of smash hit singles and FM radio deep track favorites. The LP soared to the number one spot on the Billboard Pop Albums chart.
This masterwork smash included enough traction to be called a greatest hits album in its own right. Especially with two more hit singles, including the Carole King favorite "Hi-De-Ho" and the David Clayton-Thomas rocker "Lucretia MacEvil." These radio and fan favorites graced the airwaves for the better part of a year and helped bolster the BS&T album with follow-up hits like the soulful tour de force of James Taylor's "Fire and Rain," another smash Traffic revisit with "40,000 Headmen" and, of course, Steve Katz and Dick Halligan's brilliant "The Battle."
Friday Music proudly announces another fine installment in The Blood, Sweat & Tears/Friday Music 180-gram audiophile vinyl series with the band's third legendary masterpiece, Blood, Sweat & Tears 3.
The audiophile clear vinyl is impeccably mastered by Joe Reagoso.
This limited clear vinyl edition is further enhanced with the original stunning gatefold cover featuring the original artwork elements. Blood, Sweat & Tears 3...Impeccable audiophile stereo vinyl and gatefold cover...From your friends at Friday Music. Hi-De-Ho!!!
- Limited Edition
- 180g Audiophile Vinyl
- Clear Vinyl
- Mastered by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios
- Pressed at RTI
- Gatefold Jacket
- The Battle
- Lucretia MacEvil
- Lucretia's Reprise
- Fire and Rain
- Lonesome Suzie
- Symphony for the Devil/Sympathy for the Devil
- He's a Runner
- Somethin' Comin' On
- 40,000 Headmen