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Blood Sweat & Tears Audio CD

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1. Go Down Gamblin'
2. Cowboys And Indians
3. John The Baptist (Holy John)
4. Redemption
5. Lisa, Listen To Me
6. A Look To My Heart (Instrumental)
7. High On A Mountain
8. Valentine's Day
9. Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me A Little While)
10. For My Lady
11. Mama Gets High
12. A Look To My Heart (Duet, Instrumental)

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I never tire of this album 26 Sep 2003
By NellieLemon - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This is an excellent album. I started listening to it almost thirty years ago and have never tired of it. The horns are phenomenal. When combined with David Clayton Thomas's unique voice, it's nearly unbeatable. Momma Gets High is a soulful, gritty song with very seductive horns and DCT's vocal at it's finest. Cowboys and Indians is a very strong track. It and Momma Gets High are worth the price of the CD. Look to My Heart is a quietly beautiful instrumental that eases into your head and leaves you smiling. High on a Mountain is a smooth track that lazily draws you in as DCT sings the story. Lisa, Listen to Me is a little weaker but a nice track with lyrics that all women will appreciate. John the Baptist has sharp lyrics and DCT's voice makes the song. Go Down Gamblin' is a bit of a let down but only because the other songs are so good. For My Lady is a beautiful song and a joy to listen to. Valentine's Day is also a pleasure. You can't go wrong here.
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Horns, Horns, Horns 14 Dec 2003
By C. Preston - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
If you like horns, these horns roar. Possibly the best horn band ever. Listen to the beginning of Redemption where the King of all drummers Bobby Colomby let's loose. This is, by far, the best B,S & W album to buy. Period.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An Outstanding New Remaster 9 May 2009
By MrBadExample - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This 2009, just-released, remaster is stunning.

I always thought that the Columbia/Legacy edition of many years ago could never be beat. But wow...I compared the Legacy to this and this new version is marvelous. The album has even more power than before, the instruments have a clarity unimagined, and it simply roars past the Legacy edition.

This is like hearing the album for the first time.

Even if you already have this, it's worthy of an immediate re-buy. I'm not familiar with this Friday Music label, but the remaster producer, Joe Reagoso has done a spectacular job with this classic album.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars B,S&T 4thright and excellent 7 April 2000
By NDBx - Published on Amazon.com
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This particular album accentuates how a band that enjoyed such tremendous success, could be so unaffected as to turn out a mature and well constructed album of charts that are similar but vastly different from their previous albums. This innovative band continued, with this recording, to be one of the great aural joys of their era. For all those who have this on vinyl you MUST have this on CD, a masterful job of engineering. The highpoints are "Go Down Gamblin'" with David Clayton-Thomas being surprisingly good on guitar. Raunchy guitar lines over awesome brass, with Jim Fielder humming on bass. "Cowboys and Indians" - mature, thoughtful. Dave Bargeron's mellifluous trombone gliding above the arrangement. "Redemption" - strong unorthodox drumming(Max Roach meets Butch Trucks) by Bobby Colomby. Sharp Brass attach lead by the stratospheric Lew Soloff, and Dave Bargeron taking off at dead run and shifting to fourth gear on trombone. The touching "Valentine's Day" with Steve Katz plesant easy vocal style and the classically inflected piccolo trumpet solo of Lew Soloff over Chuck Winfields trumpet, "Mama Gets High" - Dixieland Rock and the intropsective piano , trumpet collaboration of Lew Soloff and Fred Lipsius. It is a shame that this band has become one of the best kept secret joys in music, when far lesser bands have been lionized. They were the first of their kind and there never was another. Some say that you cannot wed one musical idiom to another. This is proof that you can.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars BS&T's mellow album 27 Oct 2003
By Elwood Conway - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I always refer to this as their mellow LP becuase there is no breakout, absolutely driving uptempo tune (More and More from 2, Lucretia MacEvil from 3) although Go Down Gamblin' tries but, for me, does not succeed. Overall it is still great to listen to this CD when you are in a laid back mood. HOWEVER Sony has doon a terrific job remastering this recording and bringing together the original LP graphics. If my memory serves, there was a Quad release of this LP...how about a 5.1 SACD guys!!
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