45 Years Ago: Blood Sweat & Tears Release Their Self-Titled Second Album
The departure of founder Al Kooper and trumpet player Randy Brecker following the release of Blood Sweat & Tears' debut album in early 1968 didn't bode well for the band. But somehow the self-titled follow-up, released in December 1968, became their breakthrough moment.
Top 10 Blood, Sweat & Tears Songs
The late-'60s and early-'70s were a very, shall we say, horny time for rock and roll. From the brilliance of the Buckinghams in the middle of the decade up through the one-hit wonders like Chase and Lighthouse, and on to the massive success of Chicago, the use of a brass section in rock an…
How Blood Sweat and Tears Helped Birth Jazz Rock With ‘Child Is Father to the Man’
The game of rock and roll was wide open to interpretation and experimentation in the mid-'60s. No one knew this better than Al Kooper of Blood Sweat and Tears.
Blood, Sweat & Tears Saxophone Player Bill Tillman Dead at 65
Blood, Sweat & Tears saxophone player Bill Tillman, who performed with the group for much of the '70s, passed away in Houston Wednesday (Aug. 15) at age 65 after an early morning fall.