“Tea For The Tillerman” by Cat Stevens - album review

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TJR says

The fourth album from the multi-talented Londoner who wrote all the songs, sang, played all sorts of guitars and keyboards, and created the artwork. Good looking too, he'd make you sick really. Musically, it's all just a tad too safe for my tastes, but the opening holds appeal with the dreamy and melodic “Where Do The Children Play?”, the lilting “Wild World” and the piano/strings classiness of “Sad Lisa” all nuzzling in to fill up the senses.

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A1 [03:52] 6.8.png Cat Stevens - Where Do The Children Play? (Steven Georgiou) Songwriter
A2 [03:47] 5.0.png Cat Stevens - Hard Headed Woman (Steven Georgiou) Folk Rock / Americana
A3 [03:20] 6.0.png Cat Stevens - Wild World (Steven Georgiou) Pop
A4 [03:45] 6.1.png Cat Stevens - Sad Lisa (Steven Georgiou) Songwriter
A5 [03:37] 5.3.png Cat Stevens - Miles From Nowhere (Steven Georgiou) Songwriter
B1 [01:53] 4.5.png Cat Stevens - But I Might Die Tonight (Steven Georgiou) Pop Ballad
B2 [03:12] 5.6.png Cat Stevens - Longer Boats (Steven Georgiou) Folk
B3 [03:24] 5.8.png Cat Stevens - Into White (Steven Georgiou) Folk
B4 [05:08] 5.2.png Cat Stevens - On The Road To Find Out (Steven Georgiou) Folk
B5 [03:41] 5.0.png Cat Stevens - Father And Son (Steven Georgiou) Pop Ballad
B6 [01:01] 4.2.png Cat Stevens - Tea For The Tillerman (Steven Georgiou) Songwriter

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