Blood, Sweat & Tears Featuring David Clayton-Thomas - New City mp3 flac
Blood, Sweat & Tears - New City Produced by Jimmy Ienner David Clayton-Thomas – vocals Dave Bargeron – trombone, tuba, baritone horn, bass trumpet Bobby.
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New City is an album by the band Blood, Sweat & Tears, released in 1975. It peaked at Number 47 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts. New City marks the return to the line-up of lead vocalist David Clayton-Thomas. Ride Captain Ride" (Skip Konte, Franke Konte, Mike Pinera, Carlos Pinera) – 5:06. Life" (Allen Toussaint) – 4:24.
David Clayton-Thomas (born David Henry Thomsett, 13 September 1941) is a Grammy Award-winning Canadian musician, singer and songwriter, best known as the lead vocalist of the American band Blood, Sweat & Tears. Clayton-Thomas has been inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame and in 2007 his jazz/rock composition "Spinning Wheel" was enshrined in the Canadian Songwriter's Hall of Fame. In 2010 Clayton-Thomas received his star on Canada's Walk of Fame.
David Clayton-Thomas began his amazing journey as a homeless street kid and developed into one of the most recognizable voices in music, to date selling over 40 million records. In 1996 he was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame and in 2007 his jazz/rock composition Spinning Wheel was enshrined in the Songwriter’s Hall Of Fame. In 2010 David received his star on Canada’s Walk Of Fame. His 1968 debut album with Blood Sweat & Tears sold 10 million copies worldwide. The self-titled record topped the Billboard album chart for seven weeks, and charted for a staggering 109 weeks
Album · 1975 · 10 Songs. David Clayton-Thomas). More By Blood, Sweat & Tears. See All. What Goes Up: The Best of Blood, Sweat & Tears. Spinning Wheel - The Best of Blood, Sweat & Tears.
Blood Sweat & Tears - New Blood/No Sweat/More Than Ever Audio CD. Blood Sweat & Tears. audiophile vinyl Housed in a custom designed deluxe hinged box David Clayton-Thomas landed in New York City in 1966, drawn from his native Canada to appear on the NBC network TV show "Hullabaloo" as a guest of fellow Canadian Paul Anka. Anka wanted a Canadian band to feature on the show and Clayton-Thomas fronted a jazz/rock band called The Bossmen - "we had the number one record in Canada at the time. Clayton-Thomas returned to Toronto after the show but the creative scene in the Big Apple beckoned
Originally released in Europe and Japan only, released in USA in 1991 as Live & Improvised. Recorded live at: Schaefer Music Festival, New York City, USA on 5 July 1975 City Hall Plaza, Boston, Massachusetts, USA on 20 July 1975 National Arts Center, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on 11/12 August 1975 Monterey Jazz Festival, Monterey, California, USA on 21 September 1975.
More Than Ever was the last studio effort by the re-formed, reconstituted Blood, Sweat & Tears, with David Clayton-Thomas back in the lineup and the whole group invigorated after coming off of a successful international tour. For the first time since its second album, the group - with only drummer Bobby Colomby left from the original lineup and Bob James producing - sounds bold, enthused, and fully positive in its approach.
BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS Featuring David Clayton-Thomas: New City Quad 8 Track Tape.