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9 thoughts on “ A Bad Penny - Cat Stevens - Buddha And The Chocolate Box (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Brami
    Cat Stevens - Buddha And The Chocolate Box album reviews. Buddha and the Chocolate Box "Ready," "Music" and "A Bad Penny" all come on strong but never live up to the opening bars. "A Bad Penny" is the most interesting of the lot, if only because its reference to "idol lies" is never established as either a bad pun or bad spelling. All of.
  2. Kezuru
    The album’s title was the result of a plane journey during which Cat found himself to be carrying a small Buddha statue in one hand and a box of chocolates in the other. He reflected that if the plane were to crash he’d be found between these two objects that represented the spiritual and the material.
  3. Fenrishura
    Label: A&M Records - SP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Pitman Pressing, Unipak Cover • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Pop Rock Cat Stevens - Buddha And The Chocolate Box (, Pitman Pressing, Unipak Cover, Vinyl) | Discogs/5().
  4. Nilmaran
    Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Cat Stevens - Cat Stevens' Buddha And The Chocolate Box (LP, Album) at the best online prices at .
  5. JoJogis
    While Foreigner was Cat Stevens' fifth consecutive gold album and his fourth straight Top Ten hit, it actually marked a small drop commercially and encountered critical resistance for the lengthy suite that took up all of side one. Eight months later, Buddha and the Chocolate Box found Stevens back in England and back with producer Paul Samwell-Smith and second guitarist Alun Davies.
  6. JoJotaur
    "Buddha and the Chocolate Box" is very heavy on electric keyboard and angelic female back up voices. After the brass heavy "Foreigner" released one year earlier in , "Buddha and the Chocolate Box" seems like an attempt to return to Cat Stevens previous style but not quite as folky as "Catch Bull at /5().
  7. JoJolkree
    Buddha and the Chocolate Box is the eighth studio album by Cat Stevens. The title came to Stevens when he was travelling to a gig on a plane with a Buddha in one hand and a box of chocolates .

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