Following his spiritual and artistic rebirth, and hot on the heels of his incredibly well received release, 'Mona Bone Jakon', Cat Stevens unveiled his second album of the year in November 1970, and it was to become one of the defining musical statements of the new decade. 'Tea For The Tillerman' not only consolidated Cat's success in the UK and forged him a glittering new career in the USA, it also set him on the road to global superstardom and gave the world songs like 'Wild World', 'Father & Son', 'Where Do The Children Play?' and many more. To commemorate the album's 50th anniversary comes this stunning new 2020 remaster of 'Tea For The Tillerman' by Geoff Pesche at Abbey Road, overseen by original producer Paul Samwell-Smith.
Following his spiritual and artistic rebirth, and hot on the heels of his incredibly well received release, 'Mona Bone Jakon', Cat Stevens unveiled his second album of the year in November 1970, and it was to become one of the defining musical statements of the new decade. 'Tea For The Tillerman' not only consolidated Cat's success in the UK and forged him a glittering new career in the USA, it also set him on the road to global superstardom and gave the world songs like 'Wild World', 'Father & Son', 'Where Do The Children Play?' and many more. To commemorate the album's 50th anniversary comes this stunning new 2020 remaster of 'Tea For The Tillerman' by Geoff Pesche at Abbey Road, overseen by original producer Paul Samwell-Smith.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: A&M
Rel. Date: 12/04/2020
UPC: 602508820311

Tea For The Tillerman: 50th Anniversary Edition [LP]
Artist: Yusuf / Cat Stevens
Format: Vinyl
New: Available 38.98
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DISC: 1

1. Where Do The Children Play?
2. Hard Headed Woman
3. Wild World
4. Sad Lisa
5. Miles From Nowhere
6. But I might Die Tonight
7. Longer Boats
8. Into White
9. On The Road To Find Out
10. Father and Son
11. Tea For The Tillerman

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Following his spiritual and artistic rebirth, and hot on the heels of his incredibly well received release, 'Mona Bone Jakon', Cat Stevens unveiled his second album of the year in November 1970, and it was to become one of the defining musical statements of the new decade. 'Tea For The Tillerman' not only consolidated Cat's success in the UK and forged him a glittering new career in the USA, it also set him on the road to global superstardom and gave the world songs like 'Wild World', 'Father & Son', 'Where Do The Children Play?' and many more. To commemorate the album's 50th anniversary comes this stunning new 2020 remaster of 'Tea For The Tillerman' by Geoff Pesche at Abbey Road, overseen by original producer Paul Samwell-Smith.

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