|A1||Down In The Flood
Arranged By – Lou Marini Jr.*Soloist, Harmonica – Steve KatzWritten-By – B. Dylan*
Arranged By [Horn Arrangement] – Dave BargeronArranged By, Accompanied By, Piano – Bobby DoyleProducer – Joel SillProducer, Engineer – Bill SchneeWritten-By – T. Randazzo*, V. Pike*
Soloist, Guitar – Georg WadeniusSoloist, Tuba – Dave BargeronWritten-By, Arranged By – Lou Marini Jr.*
Accompanied By – Bobby DoyleArranged By – Georg WadeniusArranged By [Horn Arrangement] – Dave BargeronArranged By, Featuring, Lead Vocals – Steve KatzProducer – Joel SillProducer, Engineer – Bill SchneeWritten-By – J. Kent*
|A5||I Can't Move No Mountains
Arranged By – Lou Marini Jr.*Written-By – M. Gately*, R. John*
|B1||Over The Hill
Written-By, Arranged By – D. Bargeron*
|B2||So Long Dixie
Arranged By – Larry WillisWritten-By – B. Mann - C. Weil*
Arranged By – Dave Bargeron, Jim FielderSoloist, Piano – Larry WillisSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Lou Marini Jr.*Soloist, Trombone – Dave BargeronWritten-By – C. King - G. Goffin*
Arranged By – Blood, Sweat & Tears*Soloist, Guitar, Voice – Georg WadeniusWritten-By – H. Hancock*
|KC 31780||Blood, Sweat & Tears*||New Blood (LP, Album, Gat)||Columbia||KC 31780||US||1972|
|CA 31780||Blood, Sweat And Tears||New Blood (8-Trk, Album)||Columbia||CA 31780||US||1972|
|CLS-5388||Blood, Sweat & Tears*||New Blood (LP, Album, Gat)||CBS||CLS-5388||Mexico||1972|
|SRCS 6314||Blood, Sweat & Tears*||New Blood (CD, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Sony Records||SRCS 6314||Russia||Unknown|
|KC 31780||Blood, Sweat & Tears*||New Blood (LP, Album)||Columbia||KC 31780||US||1972|
New Blood is the fifth album by the band Blood, Sweat & Tears, released in 1972. With David Clayton-Thomas leaving as lead vocalist to pursue a solo career after the release of BS&T 4, a nearly wholesale personnel change occurred for New Blood. Difficulties had arisen inside the group between its pop-rock and jazz factions, with Clayton-Thomas choosing to leave in early January 1972, along with founding member Fred Lipsius.
Blood, Sweat & Tears (Blood, Sweat & Tears album). Blood, Sweat & Tears is the second album by the band Blood, Sweat & Tears, released in 1968. It was commercially successful, rising to the top of the . charts for a collective seven weeks and yielding three successive Top 5 singles. It received a Grammy Award for Album of the Year in 1970 and has been certified quadruple platinum by the RIAA with sales of more than four million units in the .
Backing Vocals – Blood, Sweat & Tears. Recorded at Columbia Studios, 49 E. 52nd S. New York City Tracking of Velvet and Touch Me recorded at 914 Recording Studio, Nyack, New York Live Performance Audio by Clair Bros. Lititz, PA. This album is dedicated to the memory of Leo Katz. Gatefold sleeve with lyrics insert. Export copies have a CBS logo sticker on back cover and center labels.
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New Blood Blood, Sweat & Tears. What Goes Up: The Best of Blood, Sweat & Tears. Blood, Sweat & Tears (Bonus Track Version). Spinning Wheel - The Best of Blood, Sweat & Tears.
Studio Album, released in 1975. Songs, Tracks Listing. In 1975, David Clayton-Thomas was persuaded to rejoin the Blood Sweat and Tears line up for a one off show. Jerry LaCroix had left the band after just one album, but Jerry Fischer was still on board and Luther Kent had also been brought in resulting in the band having three lead singers. Fischer and Kent both left before recording commenced on this album, leaving DC-T in situ as the sole lead singer. The band he rejoined was very different to the one he left a few years previously, with just Bobby Columby remaining from the original line up.