Tea For The Tillerman Cat Stevens (Yusuf)
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- 1Where Do The Children Play?03:52
- 2Hard Headed Woman03:48
- 3Wild World03:20
- 4Sad Lisa03:46
- 5Miles From Nowhere03:38
- 6But I Might Die Tonight01:59
- 7Longer Boats03:06
- 8Into White03:25
- 9On The Road To Find Out05:08
- 10Father And Son03:41
- 11Tea For The Tillerman01:03
Info for Tea For The Tillerman
Tea For The Tillerman is one of Cat Stevens' finest albums and a gem in the crown of early 1970s singer/songwriterdom. Stevens manages to have his cake and eat it too, simultaneously achieving pop accessibility and artistic relevance. The feel is decidedly gentle and spare. Apart from the occasional string section, Stevens is accompanied only by a three-piece band as he sings his introspective lyrics with appreciable favor.
„Tea for the Tillerman and the likeably underwrought hit 'Wild World' established Stevens as a more reserved British version of James Taylor.' (Rolling Stone)
„Tea for the Tillerman' is like a musical collection of children's tales by Stevens. The delicacy of the arrangements, Paul Samwell-Smith's brilliant otherworldly production, and Steven's en- trancing melodies and images easily make this his best work.' (All Music Guide)
Cat Stevens, guitar, keyboards, vocals
Alun Davies, guitar
John Ryan, bass
Harvey Burns, drums
Jack Rostein, solo violin
Del Newman, string arrangement
Recorded in July 1970 at Morgan Studios, London
Produced by Paul Samwell-Smith
#206 On Rolling Stone's List Of 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time
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