Album Reviews

Review of Blood, Sweat & Tears on RadioLIVE by Marty Duda

Reuben Raj

Each Monday night, Marty Duda is a guest on RadioLIVE to share and chat about classic albums from the past.

On this occasion, Marty and Mitch Harris check out the 1968 self titled album by Blood, Sweat & Tears that won Album of the Year at the 1970 Grammy Awards. 

Blood Sweat Tears

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Some tracks played over the air included:

  • Smiling Phases
  • And When I Die
  • Spinning Wheel
  • God Bless the Child
  • Sometimes in Winter
  • More and More
  • You’ve Made Me So Very Happy

Listen to last week’s classic album review of Naturally by JJ Cale at:

You can catch Marty live in the studio with Mitch Harris on RadioLIVE every Monday night after the 10pm news. (except for Public Holidays)

Written By: Reuben Raj Reuben is a film and digital photographer who is driven by music in his head. Often seen lurking behind a camera inside the pit of a concert or wandering the streets of China with a blond, Reuben harbours intimate feelings for vinyl records and his Hasselblad SW/C from 1965. He is also the founder of Radio 13.