Cat Stevens : Collected

CD [Cover Art for Cat Stevens / Collected] Your Price: $26.92
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Availability: In Stock
Sell date: 6/2007
Label: Universal Nl
Mfg's Catalog#: 9849538
CDC Part#: 428774
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2007 three CD anthology from the singer songwriter now known as Yusuf Islam. This perfect collection brings together hits, radio favorites, album tracks and more, showing all sides to Cat Stevens emotive songwriting. He never sounded like anyone else, nor has anyone else sounded like him since. He is, without a doubt, one of the great singer/songwriter icons of the '70s, Although his songs are barely three decades old, they sound like they've always been here. Features 'Morning Has Broken', 'The First Cut Is the Deepest', 'Wild World', 'Where Do the Children Play', 'Moonshadow' and many more. Universal.

 
 Tracks
 
Lad D'arbanville (Disc 01)
Father & Son
Hard Headed Woman
Wild World
Where Do the Children Play
Miles From Nowhere
Sad Lisa
On the Road to Find Out
Into White
Pop Star
Trouble
Katmandu
I Wish, I Wish
Maybe You're Right
I Think I See the Light
Fill My Eyes
Rubylove
Changes Lv
Morning Has Broken (Disc 02)
Tuesday's Dead
Peace Train
Moonshadow
The Wind
Bitterblue
I Want to Live in a Wigwam
If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out
Sitting
Can't Keep It In
18th Avenue (Kansas City Nightmare)
Silent Sunlight
The Hurt
Oh Very Young
Jzero
Land O' Freelove & Goodbye
(I Never Wanted) to Be a Star
Two Fine People
Another Saturday Night (Disc 03)
Banapple Gas
(Rember the Days of The) Old Schoolyard
Life
Child for a Day
Just Another Night
Daytime
Bad Brake
Father
Midday (Avoid City After Dark) (Yusuf Islam)
Matthew & Son
I Love My Dog
I'm Gonna Get Me a Gun
Here Comes My Baby
A Bad Night
The First Cut Is the Deepest
Lady D'arbanville [Live]
Father & Son [Live]
 
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