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Cat Stevens tends to be lumped in with the early-1970s singer/songwriter school led by James Taylor and Carole King but he actually fits in rather neatly with such wistful contemporaries as Nick Drake, Syd Barrett and Donovan. Tea for the Tillerman's "Wild World", "Into White" and "Longer Boats" indicate that he may have been a more gifted tunesmith than the lot of them.
Side OneWhere Do The Children PlayHard Headed WomanWild WorldSad LisaMiles From Nowhere
Side TwoBut I Might Die TonightLonger BoatsInto WhiteOn The Road To Find OutFather And SonTea For The Tillerman
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