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2000 remastered reissue of the Singer/songwriter's 1970 third album. Produced by Paul Samwell-Smith (the Yardbirds, Jethro Tull, Amazing Blondel), this was a more stripped down & introspective recording than his earlier works. Several songs from the album appeared later in the cult film 'Harold & Maude'.
2000 remastered reissue of the Singer/songwriter's 1970 third album. Produced by Paul Samwell-Smith (the Yardbirds, Jethro Tull, Amazing Blondel), this was a more stripped down & introspective recording than his earlier works. Several songs from the album appeared later in the cult film 'Harold & Maude'.
731454688321

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Format: CD
Label: AM
Catalog: 546883
Rel. Date: 05/23/2000
UPC: 731454688321

Mona Bone Jakon
Artist: Yusuf / Cat Stevens
Format: CD
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1. Lady D'Arbanville
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2. Maybe You're Right
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3. Pop Star
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4. I Think I See the Light
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5. Trouble
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6. Mona Bone Jakon
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7. I Wish, I Wish
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8. Katmandu
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9. Time
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10. Fill My Eyes
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11. Lilywhite
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DISC: 2
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1. Lady D'arbanville (2020 Mix)
2. Maybe You're Right (2020 Mix)
3. Pop Star (2020 Mix)
4. I Think I See The Light (2020 Mix)
5. Trouble (2020 Mix)
6. Mona Bone Jakon (2020 Mix)
7. I Wish, I Wish (2020 Mix)
8. Katmandu (2020 Mix)
9. Time (2020 Mix)
10. Fill My Eyes (2020 Mix)
11. Lilywhite (2020 Mix)
DISC: 3
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1. Maybe You're Right (Studio Demo)
2. I Think I See The Light (Studio Demo)
3. Trouble (Studio Demo)
4. Mona Bone Jakon (Home Demo)
5. I Wish, I Wish (Studio Demo)
6. Katmandu (Studio Demo)
7. Time (Studio Demo)
8. Fill My Eyes (Studio Demo)
9. I Want Some Sun (Studio Demo)
DISC: 4
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1. Interview (Live At The Bbc / 16th June 1970)
2. Lady D’arbanville (Live At The Bbc / 16th June 1970)
3. Maybe You're Right (Cat Stevens In Concert, 27 November 1971)
4. Trouble (Live At The Bbc / 16th June 1970)
5. Katmandu (Live At The Bbc / 16th June 1970)
6. Changes IV (Live At Plumpton Jazz & Blues Festival, Plumpton, Uk / 1970)
7. Time / Fill My Eyes (Live At Plumpton Jazz & Blues Festival, Plumpton, Uk / 1970)
8. Where Do The Children Play? (Live At Plumpton Jazz & Blues Festival, Plumpton, Uk / 1970)
9. Lady D'arbanville (Live At Plumpton Jazz & Blues Festival, Plumpton, Uk / 1970)
10. Maybe You're Right (Live At Plumpton Jazz & Blues Festival, Plumpton, Uk / 1970)
11. Father And Son (Live At Plumpton Jazz & Blues Festival, Plumpton, Uk / 1970)
12. Lady D’arbanville (Live On The Beat Club / 1970)
13. Katmandu (Recorded For Ortf, Pop Deux / 1970)
14. Maybe You’re Right (Recorded For Ortf, Pop Deux / 1970)
15. Lady D’arbanville (Recorded For Ortf, Pop Deux / 1970)

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2000 remastered reissue of the Singer/songwriter's 1970 third album. Produced by Paul Samwell-Smith (the Yardbirds, Jethro Tull, Amazing Blondel), this was a more stripped down & introspective recording than his earlier works. Several songs from the album appeared later in the cult film 'Harold & Maude'.

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''Mona Bone Jakon'' is the third album released by singer-songwriter Cat Stevens. The album was released In July, 1970 on the Island Records label in the United Kingdom, and A&M record label in the United States and Canada. After a meteoric start to his career, surprising even his original producer at Deram Records with the hit singles "I Love My Dog", "Matthew and Son" and "I'm Gonna Get Me a Gun",

Stevens' debut album, ''Matthew and Son'' began charting as well. However, after the pressure for a repeat album of the same calibre, Stevens, considered a young teen sensation, was overwhelmed by a new lifestyle, as well as the demands of writing, recording, performing, publicity appearances, and touring. In the fall of 1968, he collapsed, with the diagnosis of tuberculosis and a collapsed lung. For over a year, whilst recovering, Stevens virtually disappeared from the British pop scene. ''Mona Bone Jakon'' is notable not only for his return, but for the emergence of a very different artist. - Wikipedia

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