A message from Yusuf / Cat Stevens: “While the world faces incomprehensible numbers and statistics created by the refugee crisis the tragedy and story of a single soul gets missed. It was difficult to stand by just watching this tragedy without trying to do something. I simply decided to help humanize the narrative and lend
Tea for the Tillerman was released 45 years ago today. The album was the 4th record by Yusuf / Cat Stevens. It was the second album he released during 1970. Stevens, a former art student, once again illustrated the artwork featured on the record’s cover. Four of the tracks (“Where Do the Children Play?“, “On
A short break from the studio, where many tracks have been recorded and developed. Alun Davies accompanying on acoustic guitar, with Paul Samwell-Smith producing the classic zen sound and Maartin Allcock playing whatever instrument we threw at him. Now… where’s the tea?!
“The events at Srebrenica were a turning point in the course of the Bosnian war. It woke up the world to push through an agreement no matter how distasteful or half-baked. The voices of the slain men, young and old were still echoing loudly behind the picturesque hills that witnessed this terrible and bloody deed.