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Recorded last October in Toronto, this live album finds David Clayton-Thomas fronting an 11-piece band and looking back at his career as a solo artist and, particularly, as the longtime lead singer of Blood, Sweat & Tears. The veteran blues and jazz singer's band, including Doug Riley on keyboards, bassist George Koller and a six-man horn section led by Bruce Cassidy, is a tight unit and their arrangements of BS&T hits like Spinning Wheel, (You've Made Me) So Very Happy and Lucretia MacEvil are every bit as good, if not better, than the originals. Clayton-Thomas's interpretive skills have deepened over the years and he also offers very compelling versions of Don't Explain and God Bless the Child from the Billie Holiday songbook.

-Mike Regensteif

In Concert: A Musical Biography

David Clayton-Thomas

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And When I die
4:42
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Self-Centered Woman
8:50
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Go Down Gamblin'
3:36
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Me & Amaretto
4:57
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Lucretia MacEVIL
7:45
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Wild Women & Po' Boys
5:23
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God Bless The Child
8:05
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Gimme That Wine
6:16
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Don't Explain
5:50
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Spinning Wheel
3:32
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(You've Made Me) So very Happy - Variations on a Theme
7:44
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You're The One
6:35
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Downloads include choice of MP3, WAV, or FLAC

Recorded last October in Toronto, this live album finds David Clayton-Thomas fronting an 11-piece band and looking back at his career as a solo artist and, particularly, as the longtime lead singer of Blood, Sweat & Tears. The veteran blues and jazz singer's band, including Doug Riley on keyboards, bassist George Koller and a six-man horn section led by Bruce Cassidy, is a tight unit and their arrangements of BS&T hits like Spinning Wheel, (You've Made Me) So Very Happy and Lucretia MacEvil are every bit as good, if not better, than the originals. Clayton-Thomas's interpretive skills have deepened over the years and he also offers very compelling versions of Don't Explain and God Bless the Child from the Billie Holiday songbook.

-Mike Regensteif