Editors’ Notes Few artists have the the storied and controversial history of Cat Stevens. One of the most prolific and popular artists of the '70s, he would release an astonishing 11 albums in just over a decade, including the worldwide hits Tea for the Tillerman and Teaser and the Firecat. But by the late-'70s Stevens converted to Islam and changed his name to Yusuf Islam, renouncing his music career for nearly three decades. He would return to performing in the '90s as a spoken word artist, reintegrating music and instruments into his performances and even releasing new music.

SONG
ALBUM
Wild World
3:20
 
Peace Train (Royal Albert Hall)
4:12
 
Father and Son
3:41
 
Morning Has Broken
3:20
 
Moonshadow
2:52
 
Hard Headed Woman
3:47
 
The First Cut Is the Deepest
3:01
 
Another Saturday Night
2:30
 
Where Do The Children Play? (2020 Version)
4:09
 
Oh Very Young
2:36
 
Sitting
3:14
 
Can't Keep It In
2:59
 
Lady D'Arbanville
3:45
 
Matthew & Son
2:41
 
How Can I Tell You
4:27
 
Ready
3:18
 
Sad Lisa
3:45
 
Here Comes My Baby
2:54
 
Two Fine People
3:35
 
On the Road to Find Out
5:08
 
Trouble
2:49
 
The Hurt
4:19
 
(Remember the Days of The) Old Schoolyard
2:44
 

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