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Album artwork for What The Hell Happened To Blood, Sweat & Tears? – Original Soundtrack by Blood, Sweat and Tears

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Music from the documentary by John Scheinfeld (Who Is Harry Nilsson (And Why Is Everyone Talking About Him), The U.S. vs. John Lennon, Herb Alpert Is…). First time on vinyl for live recordings from 1970 recorded in Yugoslavia, Romania, and Poland. Their self-titled second album yielded three Gold singles (“You’ve Made Me So Very Happy,” “And When I Die,” and “Spinning Wheel”), spent seven weeks at #1, was certified quadruple Platinum, and won a Grammy® for Album of the Year.

Blood, Sweat and Tears

What The Hell Happened To Blood, Sweat & Tears? – Original Soundtrack

Omnivore Recordings
Album artwork for What The Hell Happened To Blood, Sweat & Tears? – Original Soundtrack by Blood, Sweat and Tears
LPx2

$46.99

Limited to 1600 copies
Released 11/24/2023Catalog Number

810075113334

Blood, Sweat and Tears

What The Hell Happened To Blood, Sweat & Tears? – Original Soundtrack

Omnivore Recordings
Album artwork for What The Hell Happened To Blood, Sweat & Tears? – Original Soundtrack by Blood, Sweat and Tears
LPx2

$46.99

Limited to 1600 copies
Released 11/24/2023Catalog Number

810075113334

This product is a Black Friday Record Store Day title and not available to pre-order. Available to buy in-store from 9am on 11/24/2023 (Black Friday Record Store Day) and online from 8am on 11/25/2023 (Saturday). Don’t forget: Click ‘Notify Me’ to be the first to know about its availability online. It also helps us to place accurate orders so that we can please as many of you as possible on the day.

Music from the documentary by John Scheinfeld (Who Is Harry Nilsson (And Why Is Everyone Talking About Him), The U.S. vs. John Lennon, Herb Alpert Is…). First time on vinyl for live recordings from 1970 recorded in Yugoslavia, Romania, and Poland. Their self-titled second album yielded three Gold singles (“You’ve Made Me So Very Happy,” “And When I Die,” and “Spinning Wheel”), spent seven weeks at #1, was certified quadruple Platinum, and won a Grammy® for Album of the Year.