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 Debut LP
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.