Blood, Sweat And Tears is a jazz-rock fusion band in which horns are prominently featured. This group's best known songs include "You've Made Me So Very Happy" (1969), "Spinning Wheel" (1969), and "And When I Die" (1969). They disbanded in 1981 then reformed in 1984 and have continued to tour and perform ever since.
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Blood, Sweat And Tears
- And When I Die 1969
- Go Down Gamblin' 1971
- Hi-De-Ho 1970
- Lucretia Mac Evil 1970
- Spinning Wheel 1969
(This song later also became a hit for James Brown (1971).)
- You've Made Me So Very Happy 1969
(This song was previously a hit for Brenda Holloway (1967) and later also became a hit for Lou Rawls (1970).)
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