Tea for the Tillerman is the fourth studio album by singer-songwriter Cat Stevens, released in November 1970.Wikipedia
A perfect little package of 3-minute acoustic guitar pop gems. Great song writing, beautifully recorded, sequenced and presented. Has Father and Son on it - objectively an all-time great song.
A masterpiece by a musical genius. Cat Stevens is a master storyteller. Wish we could have more music by him, but his personal and religious choices are his own. Songs of my youth all abound here (it's before my time, but Cat Stevens was a mainstay in my house growing up). Wild World and Father and Son are some of the best songs ever to grace my ears and I get tears listening to them to this day. Some weaker songs make this a 4.5/5, but I just can't give this album, that meant so much to me growing up, anything other than a 5/5.
Mona Bone Jakon only began Cat Stevens' comeback. Seven months later, he returned with Tea for the Tillerman, an album in the same chamber-group style, employing the same musicians and producer, but with a far more confident tone. Mona Bone Jakon had been full of references to death, but Tea for the Tillerman was not about dying; it was about living in the modern world while rejecting it in favor of spiritual fulfillment. It began with a statement of purpose, "Where Do the Children Play?," in which Stevens questioned the value of technology and progress. "Wild World" found the singer being dumped by a girl, but making the novel suggestion that she should stay with him because she was incapable of handling things without him. "Sad Lisa" might have been about the same girl after she tried and failed to make her way; now, she seemed depressed to the point of psychosis. The rest of the album veered between two themes: the conflict between the young and the old, and religion as an answer to life's questions. Tea for the Tillerman was the story of a young man's search for spiritual meaning in a soulless class society he found abhorrent. He hadn't yet reached his destination, but he was confident he was going in the right direction, traveling at his own, unhurried pace. The album's rejection of contemporary life and its yearning for something more struck a chord with listeners in an era in which traditional verities had been shaken. It didn't hurt, of course, that Stevens had lost none of his ability to craft a catchy pop melody; the album may have been full of angst, but it wasn't hard to sing along to. As a result, Tea for the Tillerman became a big seller and, for the second time in four years, its creator became a pop star.
Il est arrivé dans ce générateur avec un statut de favori, et force est de constater qu'il n'a pas déçu. Après une entame tonitruante, Cat Stevens ayant déjà creusé l'écart avec ses principaux concurrents (Gene Clark qui ?) au bout de quatre chansons décide de poser le jeu et faire courir ses adversaires. Une dernière action de classe en fin d'album avec Father And Son permet à Yusuf de terminer la partie sur une bonne note sans avoir été mis en difficulté une seule seconde.
I don't know how you can listen to this and not have a smile on your face. Just a joy. Best track: Father and Son
Great fan of this album- was all set to give it 4* (purely for preferring Teaser and the Firecat) but then listened again and was hit by the emotional depth, the wonderful melodies, the great simplicity of the songwriting and arrangements across the record. Bookends don't come much better than "Where do the Children Play" and "Father and Son" (plus the brilliant title track).
In my opinion, Tea for the Tillerman (and his followup Teaser and the Firecat) are the two best folk albums of the 1970’s. Just great from start to finish. “Wild World” is an obvious standout and gives the album it’s needed pop hit, but “Father and Son” is one of the best songs - in any genre - ever written.
A few good songs here and there, but otherwise utterly boring.
I mean, it's Cat Stevens
Love this album
Absolutely love this album. Spoke to many moments and thoughts currently experiencing. 11/11/2020
In my collection already
4.5/5, some of my favorite Cat Stevens songs on this one
Really enjoyed way more than I thought I would!
Listened to Cat Stevens multiple times before, but haven't heard any tunes in a while, so this is a quite pleasing listening experience.
This is my favorite album of all time, must listen!
My mom wore through 2 Lps of this one. I really enjoy it too.
Far be it from me to come barging back in here and start throwing my weight around but this is so good. I've always thought Cat Stevens has some good tracks but existed all on one level, a sort of airy fairy very light folk sound. I've had him all wrong, this album is really really good. When Wide World came on I was pleased to hear this was a Cat song, but Sad Lisa really got me listening. From then on there are regular gut punches and tear jerks. It's got a rich, full sound and his voice has a wonderful quality that can jump from lightness to great depth at the spin of a wheel.
This is an absolutely amazing start to this project! This is my first time ever listening to Cat Stevens. Such clean guitar acoustics and soulful lyrics.
Yusuf/Cat Stevens has a great voice and great lyrics. Not a single instrument is out of place on this album.
Cat Stevens reflects on the world in front of him as he sees it, asking fundamental questions and offering humble advice. He tends to come at you slowly and then all at once with a jolt of emotion as if his patience has run out. It’s during these 0-60 moments with this sense that he’s betrayed or surprised himself with outburst that he carries a unique sincerity. Where do the children play. Miles from nowhere. On the road to find out.
Classic Cat right here. In my adolescence I used to think this guy was corny as fuck, but in my adulthood his earnest charm has been slowly eroding my defenses and, at 40, I reckon I could say I'm a fan. I'm a guitar teacher and have taught his tunes for years, but it was more from wanting to share the wider repertoire of guitar with students than from being a fan. Well... rock on... no, that's not right.. folk on, Mr. Cat!
This is pretty much the gold standard for singer songwriters of the 1970s, both for it's quality and for its themes of reflection and search for meaning. Beautiful, melodic songs, with balanced, elegant arrangements. There's something in Stevens' delivery that makes him seem like he was beamed in from another time, long ago - a pop star Thoreau come to tell us, "Simplicity, simplicity, simplicity!" He's still on the journey himself at this point, of course. But it's delightful to ride along with him for a while. Listen in a sunny window, cup of tea at hand. Fave Songs: Wild World, Sad Lisa, Father and Son, Hard Headed Woman
The over-amped mic capturing the plectrum scraping the strings on "Wild World" is, in my opinion, the single worse recording decision in the history of popular music. Otherwise a great album
I've never really been a Cat Stevens fan, TBH. He's a little too chill for my taste. That said, the songwriting is pretty damn solid. This album was apparently his big "here I am world" moment and it shows with songs like "Wild World" that have stood the test of time and been covered a thousand times. Mostly, this album is kind of ho-hum for me. It's not offensive or exciting. It just... is.
Folk music framed as a children's book: whimsical, playful, and a bit intense at times. Stevens is particularly good at building songs with this intensity, giving it a sort of build and fall. To that extent, I think Stevens is an excellent songwriter. That being said, it doesn't resonate with me very much. No fault of the music, it just doesn't stick with me.
Less spaced-out than Donnovan, less insincere than James Taylor, Stevens is undeniably melodic, consistently rhythmic and surprisingly not annoying; everything I'd expected he wouldn't be. Given how insanely catchy the closer/title track is, I'm shocked it's only lasts a minute. But given his virility as a folk-pop peddler, leaving them wanting more is exactly the right thing to do.
A favorite of mine!
oh baby baby baby naaaaaaaadaa
Well that was a classic. Finally.
It’s full of heart and soul. Incredible guitar work and earnest vocals. Father and Son made me tear up.
One of my favorite albums, a must for anyone who likes Cat Stevens or classic 70s folk music Highlights: -Where do the Children Play? -Hard-Headed Woman -Wild World -Sad Lisa -Miles from Nowhere
Beautiful album, was a favorite in my younger years and still holds up.
I find it amazing how each song on this album stands out from the other stylistically. Songwriting at the highest level.
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Instant 5 stars for me. This is one of my all time favorites, and one I revisit frequently. Another one I have a hard time even putting into words. What can be said about Father and Son? or But I Might Die Tonight? Spent the day listening to various mixes of this album. Tea for the Tillerman 2 is wild. Love the addition of strings.
Really liked this! Wish the title track was a proper song rather than a minute long
Needs no description. It’s just so fucking good through and through.
i ADORE "wild world", so I'm quite biased :)
Heel leuk album. Je zou denken dat Sufjan Stevens en Cat Stevens familie zijn van elkaar, omdat de muziekstijl wel wat weg heeft van elkaar. Toch is er blijkbaar geen verwantschap tussen de twee.
I liked it. Sincere, simple, beautiful.
Bloody great, will listen again :)
Me gustaron todas las canciones, la verdad. Sintetiza muy bien toda la buena vibra hippie setentera a la que el indie dosmilero le debe tanto. Mención honorífica para “Hard Headed Woman” <3
Good guitar album with excellent texts.
I liked this more than I thought I would. Easy listening all the way through but with enough variation between songs to keep me interested.
The easiest way for me to describe this album is simple, it’s basically the beauty of a Studio Ghibli film condensed into an album, and no I’m not just saying that cause the album art kinda reminds me of them. Anyways, it’s a lovely little folk album.
I. Love. This. Album. SO MUCH. Cat Stevens is so good, and I have always loved them. This album is EXCELLENT. 5 stars xD
Another 5 star album
Perfect for a Sunday-afternoon listen. Find it on vinyl if you can.
Solid good album. All songs blend together. One or two noticable songs.
Banger after banger
Father and son is top. The rest of the album is really good.
An album that was part of the soundtrack of my life growing up. In addition to Cat Steven's great voice, the songs touch on basic universal human feelings. A classic that doesn't age.
An old favorite of mine. I love the golden age of Cat Steven's and this is his very best. 5 stars
Excellent album, he had a lot to say and he was on the money, where will the children play indeed.
Honestly loved this. Great album front to back
9/10. I like Cat Stevens.
Loved this. 9
My favorite Cat Stevens album
Classic, no one quite like Cat Stevens.
The last track! 😍 I want it to go on forever, but it doesn’t. The chorus! I play this track over and over. What a baller move to end this album on that unresolved chord. I associate Cat Steven’s with so many pieces of video media as well. “This is Us” uses him almost obsessively. And the title track of which I am enamored is from “Extras”. All in all, good vibes on this album and some substance
Chill album. Good background music but full of depth if you want to listen closely. The two big hits on the album bring some extra energy as well
Chill album. Good background music but full of depth if you want to listen closely. The two big hits on the album bring some extra energy as well
hard headed woman wild world father and son
A true classic in my opinion. This album brings me a lot of joy
Pretty much perfection.
nice music to listen when you're bored
Great album. The titular track is a personal highlight, and of course wild world slaps from beginning to end
I remember discovering Cat Stevens as a high schooler. Best decision I ever made. This has been, and still remains, one of my favorite albums to put on when I'm having a bad day.
Much more enjoyable than I had expected. Some absolute bangers on here, particularly Miles From Nowhere. Saved 5/11 songs onto my Spotify.
schöne Songs, erinnern an die Jugendzeit
I went through a Cat Stevens phase last year and listened to this one a few times. This might be his best, and it's very listenable end-to-end with "wild world" and "father and son" the clear hits. I'm going to check out the "father and son" 2020 remake where he sings with his 22-year old self!
Great album ands made better on a quiet Sunday morning. There are some amazing tracks on here. Emotional and though provoking.
A true classic. Beautiful.
This was great, varied and powerful lyrics
Beautiful songwriting and great lyrics, but the dynamics are really what got me. Stevens is equally powerful whether he be a whispering breeze or a howling gale. In a genre that can often find itself with the dynamics of a snack pack of vanilla pudding, this was quite refreshing.
Pop folk done right, perfectly even in places. It doesn't matter that Wild World and Father & Son have been played to death by others. This has the title track and the sublime Into White.
An absolute masterpiece. It's a flawless album from end to end. Cat has a remarkable talent for drawing listeners in and connecting with them while bearing his soul. And he does it with beautiful pop-folk arrangements, gorgeous melodies, and emotional poignant lyricism. He stirs my soul in a way that no other artist can. I adore this album!
Simply beautiful. I loved this so so much.
Fundamental, um dos prediletos da casa. Sequência magnética.
This healed my soul a little bit.
Decent, some nice hits
Behold, the power of association! I won't share the story here as no one would care except me, but this album has one of the most acutely direct associations with a time in my life and a person (sweet and melancholy memories wrapped in nostalgia) that it is more challenging for me to just hear the album on its own. That's perfectly fine, of course, as art is that which we experience as art, music is that which we experience as music, and we can never separate our subjectivity from the experience. This is hardly the only album or song for which this kind of memory flood rushes in -- everyone has a long list, I know. And there are times when a song, artist, or album has a strong association but the music doesn't hit us the same way. This album stands up well for me. I love the songwriting, and it's all performed superbly well. I feel like I'm listening to some real poetry and storytelling, and the music accompanying the lyrics is compelling to me. I'm a bit overdone with 'Wild World,' but that's just because it's been everywhere for so long. I particularly love 'Where Do The Children Play?', 'Miles From Nowhere', and 'On The Road To Find Out'.
For those who like Hal Ashby and Wes Anderson films. Your mileage my vary if you have Daddy Issues. It makes me worry about whether or not I've done well by my son. It also just makes me miss my dad.
This is actually my first time listening to a Cat Stevens album, this was very good really enjoyed it somewhere between a 4 and a 5, then, 2nd last track father and son, wow straight into the five star album bucket. What a song and what an album, this is a must listen to Folk album…
Cat Stevens and this album has been in regular rotation in my life from before I could form memories. Yet I hadn’t listened to the whole album in decades. When the opening notes of the album started, I got goosebumps and all the bad in the world melted away by a voice that has comforted me since I could barely walk. I cannot overstate how much I love this album. Another reminder to forget about all those greatest hits collections and get back to spending some real quality time with great albums. The prodigal son returns and TEA FOR THE TILLERMAN has been waiting to welcome me home.
Wonderful to spend time with this old favorite.
How happy I was to listen to this today. I wish I had better words to talk about it. It's beautiful. It's both nostalgic and timeless. A few limited observations among many: The lyrics of "Into White" intrigued me. I love the build-up in "Miles from Nowhere" as his search progresses. And as the father of a teenage son, "Father and Son" caught me by surprise and took the wind out of me.
An old favorite of mine. I love the golden age of Cat Steven's and this is his very best. Starts with the epic where do the children play continues with great song after great song peaking at the tear jerking Father an Son. And my old A & M vinyl sounds FANTASTIC! 5 🌟
Top album classique. A ecouter dans ca vie. 5*
Such a great album!
Helmax. Trekker selvsagt frem hitene "wild world" og "Father and Son". Selv om det går litt i det samme så er alle sangene lytterverdige. ingen svake spor. Dette er ikke grensesprengende nytt eller innovativt, men det er perfekt i det man prøver å få til - viser. jeg gir denne topp score. Kommer til å ta den med videre.
Jeg liker alt ved dette. Behagelig lydbilde, fine melodier, noen skikkelige klassikere. Mer av dette.
THIS is the album I expected from Simon & Garfunkel. Melodic and inventive but earthy and approachable at the same time. I’ve kind of ignored Yusuf because all the people I’ve known who loved him were jerks, but after hearing this, I’m planning a deep dive into his catalog.
Enjoyed this album a lot. I knew a bit of the songs but I have this thing where I don’t remember who sings them. This album was chill, a bit sad and a bit hopeful. Really dug it’s vibe and style.
Absolute banger hit just what I was looking for.
Awesome album! I grew up listening to Cat Stevens, and I always loved rocking out to Miles from Nowhere. It's hard to pick a favorite, though. I love every song.
Wild world, where do the children play, sad Lisa, longer boats, hard headed, father and son
It’s very hard for me to hear Wild World or Father and Son and not sign along. Even hard to keep my voice for cracking at some point when you’re hit by the heart breaking emotion. Some beautiful songs on here.
Classic, approachable, enjoyable
Beautiful. One of my favorites. Even more so having lost my father recently, "Father and Son" just turned me into a weeping pile.
My dad listened to Cat Stevens a lot while I was a kid. Super chill and enjoyable album overall. 5/5
that’s funny I got this album today of all days, I just saw Harold and Maude coincidentally great movie, great album - 10/10
it has Wild World on it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YyMi_itzgFs
An album I grew up with. 5/5 easily. Fantastic acoustic guitar work. Solid recording. Nothing else sounds like Yusuf/Cat. Great selection of his songs. Maybe one or two tracks I could do without.
The talk I always needed but never got
Father and Son and Wild World are amazing songs that definitely carry this, but the rest of the album is great as well
Simply a 9.9/10
I enjoyed all of the songs. They gave a coming of age indie film vibe. Favorite song from the album is Father and Son as Marvel is my whole personality and it's played at Yondu's funeral in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
Best track: Miles From Nowhere and the obvious Father And Son.
Album with some original classics
Många fina bitar.
Excellent, simply excellent.
Cool Cat Stevens.
I enjoyed it, I saved a couple songs to add to my own personal playlist for 2021. 😄
Really like the art. Love Cat Stevens singing, the guitar is very comforting. I like the almost fantasy-like feeling mixed with almost country vibes. Where do the children play is quite a banger.
I never listened to The Cat much but this album was good. It’s like a stranger James Taylor record.
Not a big fan but good
Father and Son is an absolute masterpiece of a track. Wild World is also on here, which is amazing. I was going to give this a 3, but there's some strong songwriting here that I really resonate with, so it goes up a star.
Slower, softer music. Easy listening
Father and Son is beautiful and heartbreaking
I had only ever heard a handful of Cat Stevens songs before today. Very chill album that I thoroughly enjoyed.
Sweet and gentle, deeply charming songs with hidden depths.
Hay un remaster del 2020 porque cumplió 50 años. A veces tengo que repetir la resta para corroborar que 1970 está a 50 años de distancia. La verdad es que hay muchas canciones de Cat Stevens que me gustan y un par de ellas están en este disco, así que de entrada me gustó escucharlo completo (no lo había hecho antes). Creo que como disco del género singer-songwriter es muy bueno: canciones pegajosas, bonitas letras, arreglos interesantes a voces (como en Longer Boats) y harta guitarra. Por otro lado, fuera del género, podría sentirse aburrido y demasiado meloso.
1. Where do the children play? 2. Hard headed woman 3. Wild world 4. Sad Lisa 5. Miles from nowhere 6. But I might die tonight 7. Longer boats 8. Into white 9. On the road to find out 10. Father and son 11. Tea for the Tillerman Highlights: 2, 3, 4 (melancolía), 5 (happy beat), 9, 10 (reflexión bonita)
Also nice. Has one or two songs I will return to.
Echt heerlijk jammen op gitaar
Decent listen but not my cuppa
Strong start and finish. 1 funky song. Fucking father and son man. I was at work; didn't need to cry at work.
Thought I’d hate it. Then actually enjoyed it lol
i don't love cat stevens, but that was pretty good.
I've never really listened much to Cat Stevens in the past, and this album was a pleasant break from some of the stuff I've gotten on this list lately. the lyrics are amazing, accompanied with music that hits you like a truck. I will admit, after listening to this, I am open to listening to more of Cat Steven/Yusuf Islam's work in the future.
It's very good folk music, perhaps even the best on this list so far. But that can't save it from the fact that it's still folk music and I hate it
Bit boring on album level, but likeable songs anyway, nice melancholic vibe.
Ni sé bien qué género sea esto, wiki dice que folk rock, pero suena bien. Me gustó en general y especialmente "Wild World", que al parecer es su canción más popular. Conocía a Cat Stevens sólo de nombre, tons estuvo bien oír este disco suyo. Las otras dos canciones que disfruté mucho son "Miles From Nowhere" y "But I Might Die Tonight". Su voz me agradó, tiene como una energía peculiar y la instrumentación, todo combinó bonito. 8/10.
Quel album! Je trouve du réconfort dans la voix de Cat Stevens malgré qu'elle soit atypique. Outre le classique Wild World, j'aurai toujours un faible pour la pièce Father and son. Je trouve ça simple et efficace, pas trop de flafla mais pas monotone pour autant.
un autre grand bonne voix inspirant son succes en témoigne
Me encanta. Moñas como uno es. Para días de lluvia, para regodearse en la melancolía. Como algo tan moñas puede hacerte sentirte tanto.
No sé... Es un disco bonito. No le puse atención a las letras como de costumbre, pero los sonidos son gentiles y ralajantes. Me aburrió un poco, pudo haber sido mi mood though. Me gustó On the Road to Find Out, creo que es la canción más emocionante del disco. Mood: en un jardín inglés sintiéndome discípulo de Lewis Carroll
Didn't think i'd like but some very nice music
Father and Son 😢
Très bon album, très chouette découverte !
Très cool, très posé !
I have this one on vinyl, so I put it on the platter and gave it a listen. All in all, a good album. There are some really good tunes on here, “Father and Son” being one of them. I can see how/why this album made this list
Cat Stevens is a storyteller who just happens to sing. Solid, well put together album.
Chill and relaxed. Felt sunny
This is a fine album and has the song "Wild World" but more importantly the titular track is the closing theme from Extras (brings it up at least one full star).
I really like the hits on this LP and they are not overplayed to the extent that I can't listen to them anymore. The rest of the album is also decent although not well known to me. Hard Headed Woman and Miles From Nowhere stand out favourably among the songs that weren't hits Father and Son is special imo for two reasons. First, I expect we all noticed how the voice he uses when he sings the father's dialogue is different from the voice he uses when singing the son's dialogue. There is more to this than meets the ear. If you want to change the key in which you are singing, you also have to change the key you play the guitar which means changing the chords to be consistent with the different key. Kris Kristofferson does this on The Pilgrim Chapter 33 where he sings and strums the first half of the song in the key of G but just before the second verse he switches things up and starts to strum and sing in the key of D. (This will make even the best Karaoke singers sound foolish once the second verse starts if they don't know what's about to happen.) But I digress. In Father and Son, the chords don't change from verse to verse which means the key stays the same. Cat Stevens delivers the different voice by singing the Son's dialogue a full octave higher. Having the vocal range to sign a song in two different octaves is impressive. The second reason the song is special relates to how the meaning of the song to his audience has changed in the decades since its release. Initially his audience in the 70s must have thought "the old man doesn't get how the world works these days" but later in life this may have changed to "the son should accept the wisdom he's being offered." Personally, I now think both father and son were right. This is one of these LPs where his actions outside of music help justify a high rating. As a teenager growing up in Sudbury I recall the reaction when he went from being Cat to being Yusuf. The common view was he had succumbed to a cult and / or had gone crazy. In those days the media would not help frame things differently. I think his turning to Islam caused at least some of his fans to think more freely, become more accepting and by now hopefully hold the view that his name change from Cat to Yusuf is no more deserving of negativity than his name change from Steve to Cat was.
Het eerste nummer kwam me ergens bekend voor. 'Wild world' is het meest gekende van dit album, maar niet het beste nummer. Al bij al een goed album
Jack and I lay back and thoroughly enjoyed this one. I've always loved 'Wild World' and 'Father and Son' but this whole album gives me a feeling of transcendence (it's probably because we were laying down in a very relaxed state for the entire album but still). 'Miles From Nowhere' does kick up a bit at times and 'On The Road To Find Out' is a pretty perky tune but generally, it's chilled throughout. The best part of this album, however, is the reminder of Andy Milman and Ross Kemp that we get from Tea For The Tillerman.
This was a very chill album. Nice and relaxing. Had a nostalgic feel to it. 4/5 stars
Very good. A little folksy. Good 70s folk rock. Includes some classics i've known for a long time
Great. very familiar.
Very good, I liked it quite a lot. The only track I knew so far was Wild World but that turned out to be one of the weakest tracks of the album.
Splendid album! A strong start to this challenge. A relaxing and smart album. Cat Stevens is apparently a lot more than Wild World. Who knew? It's the kind of album you can listen to several times and remember each song. I hear something new each time.
Relaxing and fun to listen to. You should listen to this album atleast once before you die.
Father And Son will always be close to my heart, such a good song. And discovered some of the other bangers on the album
This English folk rock album will transport you to simpler times, where it always feels like summer and the plans for the day include a hike followed by a picnic. Bring some Tea for the Tillerman!
Soft/Acoustic Rock Favorite Song: Wild World Really enjoyed this album. A nice chill, downtempo listen.
Rolling hills vibes, chill
Amazing songwriting! But a bit chil and slow for my taste
Rating: 7/10 Best songs: Hard headed woman, Wild world, Father and son
Good chill acoustic
Not gonna lie, I went into this thinking it was gonna be shit hippie music. I was wrong. It is only 10% shit hippie music. The other 90% is pretty rad and chill.
Remember when this guy advocated for the death of Salman Rushdie via death fatwa
I'm rounding up from a 3.5 because I'll listen to this again. Few hits on there and songs like Sad Lisa & Miles From Nowhere are worth a listen. Pleasant, mellow, inoffensive.
Nice and relaxing
"Well, you roll on roads Over fresh green grass For your lorry loads Pumping petrol gas" wild world is so catchy Sad Lisa is an odd song considering he said it was about himself "’Cause I’ll drink to you, my baby I’ll think to that, I’ll think to that" "Be straight, think right" But I might die tonight! super super catchy album longer boats is a banger, I'm a sucker for songs with boats or water you can definitely see this is before his Buddhist part and definitely before his conversion to islam "For you will still be here tomorrow But your dreams may not" had to Google this as I heard the boyzone version obviously it was somewhere deep in the back of my mind "’Cause while the sinners sin The children play Oh Lord, how they play and play For that happy day" really surprised by this album 4 - enjoyed it, will listen again
I know this album a bit already. where do the children play: nice song./ hard headed woman: good, but not a classic perhaps wild world: a great song sad lisa: miles from nowhere: but i might die tonight: longer boats - bit repetitive. into white - bit too soft on the road to find out: father and son: tea for the tillerman:
Short and sweet, very nice
It has some weird lyrics and follows a lot of musical clichés but it sounds nice. 8
Pleasant folk rock, nice music and nice songwriting. I think the lyrics were a little heavy-handed at times. 7/10
Solid album, could use a bit more variation in flavor maybe.
Caught me by surprise - such an easy listen. Very enjoyable
Folk rock lento de Cat Stevens... Dos megahits.
Great songwriting, acoustic mastery
Je n'ai pas grand chose à raconter sur ce projet, étant en proie à une semaine qui s'annonce très éprouvante temporellement, je vous prie de bien vouloir comprendre que je ne peux me permettre de prendre le temps d'écrire des reviews brillantes. J'ai eu Robert au téléphone, il comprend et ne m'en tient pas rigueur. Un album qui ne demande qu'à confirmer donc.
Beautiful music, lovely vocals, gorgeous production, a fine, fine album.