Numbers is the ninth studio album, and the first concept album by singer/songwriter Cat Stevens released in November 1975. The album Numbers, subtitled "A Pythagorean Theory Tale," was based on a fictional planet in a far-off galaxy named Polygor. The album included a booklet with excerpts from a planned book of the same name written by Chris Bryant and Allan Scott. The booklet features pen-and-ink illustrations drawn by Stevens.
Yusuf, Cat Stevens - Father and Son (Viña Del Mar Festival, Chile 2015).
Foreigner is the seventh studio album released by English singer-songwriter, Cat Stevens in July 1973
1975 greatest hits album by Cat Stevens. Greatest hits album by. Cat Stevens. Greatest Hits is a 1975 compilation album by Cat Stevens. It reached in the UK Albums Chart and peaked at on the Billboard 200. Though made up mostly of tracks from his five previous studio albums, Cat Stevens' Greatest Hits did contain one new song, "Two Fine People", which was also released as a single in 1975, and the previous non-album single, "Another Saturday Night". Both singles charted at No. 33 and No. 6, respectively, on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. All tracks by Cat Stevens, unless otherwise noted.
The Very Best of Cat Stevens is the title of a compilation album by Cat Stevens. There are multiple albums released with this title. The first was released by Polygram on its recently acquired Island Records label in January 1990. Izitso is the tenth studio album released by the British singer-songwriter Cat Stevens in April 1977. After the lacklustre Numbers, the album proved to be his comeback. The album updated the rhythmic folk rock and pop rock style of his earlier albums with the extensive use o. mage: Cat Stevens Izitso. Back to Earth (Cat Stevens album). Back to Earth is the eleventh studio album released by the British singer/songwriter Cat Stevens. It's the only album he recorded using the name Cat Stevens after his conversion to Islam in December 1977 (until the release almost 40 years later.
Buscar: Back to the page of Cat Stevens. Album, Diciembre 1967, Deram Records. Re-Issue in 1989 by Deram Records with 7 bonustracks.
Remember Cat Stevens: The Ultimate Collection is the longest of the five (24 tracks) and may be the most comprehensive. But The Very Best of Cat Stevens, released just a year later, has several advantages that make it more appealing. To begin with, it is the only compilation to sequence chronologically songs from every one of Stevens' albums, including the experimental Foreigner. It also contains the delightful folk creed "The Wind," which was a glaring omission from the so-called Ultimate Collection.
Cat Stevens 01-01-2003. Total duration:1 h 17 min. 01. Moonshadow. The Very Best Of Cat Stevens. 02. Father And Son. 03. Morning Has Broken. Composers: Traditional. 05. The First Cut Is The Deepest. 06. Lady D'Arbanville.
Over the years of rock Cat Stevens has been playing, he has had at least 2 greatest hits songs per studio album. Great tracks such as "Morning Has Broken", "Can't Keep It In", "Oh Very Young" and "Father & Son" are songs that will remain in everyone's heart for all eternity. Cat Stevens has definately written his name down in the history of rock music.
|Father And Son||3:36|
|Morning Has Broken||3:12|
|Where Do The Children Play?||3:47|
|IGDA 1019 /20, none||Cat Stevens||Cat Stevens (LP, Comp)||DeAgostini, Island Records||IGDA 1019 /20, none||Italy||1988|
|IGDA 71019 /1020, IGDA 1019 /1020||Cat Stevens||Cat Stevens (Cass, Comp)||DeAgostini, Island Records||IGDA 71019 /1020, IGDA 1019 /1020||Italy||1988|