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Cat Stevens – Tea For The Tillerman (1970) {2012, Reissue, WEB Hi-Res}

Cat Stevens - Tea For The Tillerman (1970) {2012, Reissue, WEB Hi-Res}

Cat Stevens – Tea For The Tillerman (1970) {2012, Reissue, WEB Hi-Res}
WEB Download | Hi-Res | FLAC Tracks / 24bit / 192kHz
Total Size: 1.24 GB | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: A&M | Genre: Folk Rock

Tea for the Tillerman is the fourth studio album by the singer-songwriter Cat Stevens. This album, Stevens’ second during 1970, includes many of Stevens’ best-known songs including “Where Do the Children Play?”, “Hard Headed Woman”, “Wild World”, “Sad Lisa”, “Into White”, and “Father and Son”. Four of the tracks (“Where Do the Children Play?”, “On the Road to Find Out”, “Tea for the Tillerman”, and “Miles from Nowhere”) were featured in the Hal Ashby and Colin Higgins’s black comedy film Harold and MaudeRead More

Cat Stevens (Yusuf) – The Laughing Apple (2017)

Cat Stevens (Yusuf) - The Laughing Apple (2017)

Cat Stevens (Yusuf) – The Laughing Apple (2017)
XLD Rip | FLAC Tracks + Cue + Log | Basic Covers Included
Total Size: 211 MB | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: Cat-O-Log Records / Decca | EU | Cat#: 5770808 | Genre: Adult Comtemporary

There’s something about career milestones that make many artists look fondly to the past, and Yusuf — the artist who rose to international fame in the ’70s as Cat Stevens — is no different than anyone else in this respect. 2017 marks the 50th anniversary of his first success on the U.K. charts with the single “I Love My Dog,” and on his album The Laughing Apple — the first for his own Cat-O-Log label — he explicitly looks back to his early days, albeit filtered through the eyes of experience.Read More

Cat Stevens – Gold (2005)

Cat Stevens - Gold (2005)

Cat Stevens – Gold (2005)
EAC Rip | 2xCD | FLAC Image + Cue + Log | Full Scans Included
Total Size: 753 MB | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: A&M / Universal | USA | Cat#: B0005420-02 | Genre: Pop Rock

A&M’s 32-track retrospective of eccentric singer/songwriter Cat Stevens manages to cram into two discs what 2001’s On the Road to Find Out box set tried to accomplish over four. While not as informative or “rarities”-heavy, Gold tells the artist’s story with utter succinctness, from earnest, post-counterculture semi-hedonist to Islamic recluse.Read More