Blood, Sweat & Tears' singer Clayton Thom-as' two Columbia albums from 1972 and his RCA self-titled LP from 1973. A talented singer and writer (with 'Spinning Wheel' being his biggest hit), Clayton-Thomas filled these abums with many of his own compositions. In 1974 he rejoined BS&T, staying until 1981. He rejoined again in 1984 before leaving (again) in 2004. David Clayton-Thomas continues to gig and record in his native Canada. Digitally remastered and slipcased, and with extensive new notes
Blood, Sweat & Tears' singer Clayton Thom-as' two Columbia albums from 1972 and his RCA self-titled LP from 1973. A talented singer and writer (with 'Spinning Wheel' being his biggest hit), Clayton-Thomas filled these abums with many of his own compositions. In 1974 he rejoined BS&T, staying until 1981. He rejoined again in 1984 before leaving (again) in 2004. David Clayton-Thomas continues to gig and record in his native Canada. Digitally remastered and slipcased, and with extensive new notes
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David Clayton-Thomas / Tequila Sunrise / David
Artist: Clayton-David Thomas
Format: CD
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Magnificent Sanctuary Band
2. We're All Meat From
3. The Same Bone
4. Stealin' In The Name Of The Lord
5. Dying To Live
6. Sing A Song
7. She
8. Don't Let It Bring You Down
9. Once Burned 1
10. North Beach Race-track 1
11. Caress Me Pretty Music 1
12. I Could Just Boogie All Night Long 1
13. Yesterday's Music 1
14. Friday The 13th Child 1
15. The Face Of Man 1
16. One More Time Around 1
17. Down Bound Train 1
18. No-body Calls Me Prophet 1
19. Last Time That She Cried 2
20. Failin' By Degrees 2
21. My Song 2
22. Bread 'N Butter Boogie 2
23. I Could Just Boogie All Night (Reprise) 2
24. Harmony Junction 2
25. Workin' On The Railroad 2
26. Alimony 2
27. Harbor Lady 2
28. When Something Is Wrong With My Baby 2
29. Hernando's Hideaway 3
30. Sweet Fan-tasy 3
31. Small Family 3
32. Can't Buy Me Love 3
33. Professor Longhair 3
34. Some Hearts Get All The Breaks

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Blood, Sweat & Tears' singer Clayton Thom-as' two Columbia albums from 1972 and his RCA self-titled LP from 1973. A talented singer and writer (with 'Spinning Wheel' being his biggest hit), Clayton-Thomas filled these abums with many of his own compositions. In 1974 he rejoined BS&T, staying until 1981. He rejoined again in 1984 before leaving (again) in 2004. David Clayton-Thomas continues to gig and record in his native Canada. Digitally remastered and slipcased, and with extensive new notes