Iconby Cat Stevens
This volume in Universal's Icon series concentrates on material from two essential Cat Stevens albums, 1970's Tea for the Tillerman and 1971's Teaser and the Firecat. All of his late-'70s mystical pop
ock material is wisely skipped, with only three other songs from the rest of Stevens' discography: "Trouble," "Oh Very Young," and "If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out" (from Mona Bone Jakon, Buddha and the Chocolate Box, and the Harold & Maude soundtrack). These hits, along with the 1970-1971 golden greats "Wild World," "Peace Train," and "Moonshadow," make it a worthwhile budget comp.
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