Although they would go on to become one of the most commercially successful acts of the 1970s, most observers agree that Blood, Sweat & Tears' 1968 debut effort Child Is Father to the Man remains the ambitious ensemble's finest and most enduring musical statement. The band's only album under the leadership of legendary singer / keyboardist Al Kooper, Child Is Father to the Man stands with such late-'60s art-pop landmarksas the Zombies' Od'ssey and Oracle and Love's Forever Changes in capturing the period's seemingly limitless creative possibilities.
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