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And Wild World from 1970''s Tea for the Tillerman - and from the fantastic Teaser and the Firecat album -Morning Has Broken, Moonshadow and Peace Train.
I started writing a whole new bunch of songs which were much more simple, a little bit more leaning towards Tea For The Tillerman era when it was just guitar, very acoustic, very raw and minimalistic.
I started writing a whole new bunch of songs which were much more simple, a little bit more leaning towards Tea For The Tillerman era when it was just guitar, very acoustic, very raw and mini-malistic.
Yusuf says, "I borrowed from my own experience making Tea For The Tillerman.
Tea For The Tillerman by Cat Stevens is the theme music for which TV comedy?
hit on 1970's Tea For The Tillerman, which also included such gems as "Hard Headed Woman," "Father And Son," "Where Do The Children Play?
After retreating from the pop stage following classic '70s multi-platinum albums such as Tea For The Tillerman and Teaser And The Firecat and acclaimed hits such as "Wild World," "Peace Train," "Moonshadow," "Morning Has Broken" and "Father And Son," Yusuf returned in late 2006 with his first pop album in 28 years.
Of these three albums Mona Bone Jakon is very much a transitional album, although it does contain the classic Lady D'Arbanville ; Tea For The Tillerman and Teaser and The Firecat are however the genuine articles; Cat Stevens' yearning songs set to winning tunes and given delicate pastel shades thanks to Samwell-Smith's arrangements (his work on these two albums earned him the commission to produce Paul Simon's American Tune).