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Blood Sweat & Tears

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New Albums from Blood, Sweat and Tears, Eric Andersen, and Hamilton Camp

Review by Pete Johnson, Los Angeles Times, 31 March 1968

New Album Issued by Rock Octet ...

Blood. Sweat & Tears: Hunter College, New York NY

Live Review by Mike Jahn, The New York Times, 10 November 1968

Blood Sweat and Tears Rocks with the Music of Al Kooper ...

Has Frisco Gone Commercial?

Report by Michael Lydon, The New York Times, 24 November 1968

  SAN FRANCISCO — In the heady first days of the "San Francisco Sound," someone dubbed the city the "Liverpool of the USA." The title, though ...

Blood Sweat and Tears: Rock Group Performs at Troubadour

Live Review by Stephen M H Braitman, Van Nuys Valley News, 10 January 1969

BLOOD, SWEAT and Tears, musical rock group, opened a return stint Tuesday night at Doug Weston's Troubadour in Los Angeles. ...

Blood, Sweat and Tears: Blood, Sweat and Tears (CBS)

Review by Geoffrey Cannon, The Guardian, 4 March 1969


Newport Jazz Festival 1969: New Records & Not All That Jazz

Live Review by Ian Dove, Billboard, 19 July 1969

NEWPORT, R.I. — On paper at least the experiment of adding rock music to the Newport Jazz Festival 1969 came from the purest of motives. ...

Blood, Sweat And Tears

Interview by uncredited writer, Beat Instrumental, October 1969

THE TROUBLE is simply a matter of definition. Blood, Sweat and Tears don’t regard themselves as a specifically commercial group... but their fusion of pop ...

Keith Richard on Mick, Beatles, Led, Faith, Tull, Gees

Interview by Ritchie Yorke, New Musical Express, 6 December 1969

THE NEWS that the Rolling Stones have resumed personal appearances must have gladdened the hearts of pop fans everywhere. The Stones always were the most ...

Al Kooper, Blood Sweat & Tears creator and Dylan sideman, brought brass and jam sessions back

Interview by Roy Carr, New Musical Express, 16 January 1971

WHEN IT comes to the subject of owning-up-time, I suppose we've all got to admit to having a dusty, decaying skeleton hanging up in our ...

Blood Sweat & Tears: New Sweat

Report and Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 18 August 1973

THE WIND of change that spread through Blood Sweat and Tears a year ago is beginning to make itself felt at last. Their forthcoming album ...

Blood Sweat & Tears Featuring David Clayton-Thomas: New City

Review by John Mendelsohn, Rolling Stone, 17 July 1975

IN NEW CITY BS&TFDC-T have made an album that fans of everything from soul to easy listening to jazz to difficult listening to rock will ...

Blood Sweat and Tears: More Than Ever (CBS) ***

Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, 21 August 1976

BST WERE one of the key bands of the late 60s who began to give rock a respectable musicianly image and yet I've always had ...

Al Kooper: The Adventures Of Kooperman

Retrospective and Interview by Jeff Tamarkin, Goldmine, 18 February 1994

THE COVER of Rekooperation, Al Kooper's new album, his first in 12 years, is divided into 16 postage stamp-sized photographic portraits of the artist as ...

Blasts from the Past: Five veteran Canadian rockers recall their glory days

Report and Interview by Nicholas Jennings, Maclean's, 11 March 1996

CANADIAN MUSIC passes a milestone this year as the Juno Awards turn 25. To celebrate the occasion, this year's event (CBC TV, Sunday, March 10) ...

Blood Sweat & Tears: Seeing Through The Past Darkly

Retrospective and Interview by Brian Torff, International Association of Jazz, 2005

HISTORY HAS a strange and highly selective memory. The past seems to lie in shadows with a filtered and distorted prism for a lens, and ...

Al Kooper: The Blood, The Sweat And The Tears

Profile and Interview by Johnny Black, R2/Rock'n'Reel, February 2007

"...ALMOST NO one alive has lived as much rock 'n' roll history as Mr. Kooper in his assorted lives as performer, producer, sideman, songwriter, author, ...

Kooper Sessions

Retrospective by Mitchell Cohen, Music Aficionado, 2017

IF HE'D DONE nothing before or after he dropped by a Bob Dylan recording session in June 1965, sat down at the Hammond organ – ...

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