10 Songs, 32 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Seems everybody has a memory connected to this album, whether it's a campfire sing-along to "Peace Train," falling in love to "How Can I Tell You," or watching a sunrise to the piano ballad "Morning Has Broken." Romantic and spiritual songs were Cat Stevens' specialty, yet he still had a darker side: "Moonshadow" is a nursery rhyme with hints of the macabre. The hidden gems are the upbeat tracks: "Changes IV" is funky enough that Santana covered it, and "Bitterblue" rocks with hard-strummed acoustic guitar.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Seems everybody has a memory connected to this album, whether it's a campfire sing-along to "Peace Train," falling in love to "How Can I Tell You," or watching a sunrise to the piano ballad "Morning Has Broken." Romantic and spiritual songs were Cat Stevens' specialty, yet he still had a darker side: "Moonshadow" is a nursery rhyme with hints of the macabre. The hidden gems are the upbeat tracks: "Changes IV" is funky enough that Santana covered it, and "Bitterblue" rocks with hard-strummed acoustic guitar.

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