New City 1975

n the late '60s and early '70s, Blood, Sweat & Tears was at the forefront of the rock with horns movement. But after lead singer David Clayton-Thomas' 1972 departure, both he and the band lost their commercial footing. New City finds Clayton-Thomas reconvening with Blood, Sweat & Tears after a three-year absence. Jimmy Ienner, who produced hits with the Raspberries, Grand Funk Railroad, and Three Dog Night, is behind the boards for this 1975 album. on Jul 30, 13
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Produced by: Jimmy Ienner

Engineer: Carmine Rubino

Mixer: Shelly Yakus

Line Up

David Clayton-Thomas: Vocals

Bobby Colomby: Drums, Background Vocals

Dave Bargeron: Tenor & Bass Trombone, Congas

Joe Giorgianni: Trumpet, Fleugelhorn, Piccolo Trumpet

Tony Klatka: Trumpet, Fleugelhorn, Piccolo Trumpet

George Wadenius: Electric Guitar, Spanish Guitar, Background Vocals

Ron McClure: Electric Bass, Acoustic Bass

Larry Willis: Fender Rhodes, Acoustic Piano, Cavinet, Organ, Harpsichord

Bill Tillman: Alto, Tenor, Soprano, and Bari-Sax, Flute, Background Vocals

Additional Background Vocals: Mike Corbett
Background Vocals for “Naked Man” were provided by The Brookly Bath House Crew

Track Listing

  1. Track Listing

  2. Ride Captain Ride

  3. Life

  4. No Show

  5. I Was A Witness To A War

  6. One Room Country Shack

  7. Applause

  8. Yesterday’s Music

  9. Naked Man

  10. Got To Get You Into My Life
  11. Takin’ It Home

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