Featured in Michael Fremer's Heavy Rotation in the January 2008 Issue of Stereophile! Pressed at Pallas in Germany!
BS&T began as an Al Kooper project in 1968, as a part of a move toward "bigger" rock sounds. Child, the only album made under Kooper's direction, is important not only because its jazz and art-song aspects expanded the scope of the rock for both audience and musicians, but also because it was one of the most perfectly listenable pop albums of its era.
"Blood, Sweat and Tears are usually remembered as middle-of-the-road oldies-radio faves. But this album shows the original outfit, headed by organist Al Kooper, to be an eclectic blues-rock collective that recorded hard-bitten gems such as "I Can't Quit Her." - www.rollingstone.com
Pressed at Pallas in Germany
2. I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know
3. Morning Glory
4. My Days Are Numbered
5. Without Her
6. Just One Smile
7. I Can't Quit Her
8. Megan's Gypsy Eyes
9. Somethin' Goin On
10. House In the Country
11. The Modern Adventures of Plato, Diogenes and Freud
12. So Much Love/Underture