Cat Stevens - Catch Bull At Four (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Catch Bull at Four began with a statement of purpose, "Sitting," in which Cat Stevens tried to talk himself into believing that he hadn't stalled, beginning to worry that he might be falling behind schedule or even going in circles. It may be that Stevens' recent experiences had contributed to his sense that he was running out of time. Though he was never a directly confessional writer, one 7/
  2. May 05,  · Catch Bull at Four, an Album by Cat Stevens. Released 27 September on Island (catalog no. ILPS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Folk Pop, Folk Rock, Contemporary Folk/5(24).
  3. Album. Catch Bull at Four Cat Stevens. Released Catch Bull at Four Tracklist. 1. Sitting Lyrics. 2. Boy with a Moon & Star on His Head Lyrics. 3. Angelsea.
  4. Catch Bull at Four is the sixth studio album by Cat Stevens. In the United States it spent three weeks at number one on Billboard's album chart. The title is taken from one of the Ten Bulls of Zen. The song "Sitting" was released as a single in , reaching 16 on the Hot Charts/5(10).
  5. The album hints to the ambitious folk-progesque feel of Foreigner with 18th Avenue, an electric piano rock song that bursts into a tempo-shifting orchestra interlude. The unconventional structures of songs and variety makes Catch Bull at Four an album worth looking into, whether one is a big Cat Stevens fan or bored by his earlier work.
  6. He is a prominent convert to Islam. Stevens' albums Tea for the Tillerman () and Teaser and the Firecat () were both certified triple platinum in the US by the RIAA. His album Catch Bull at Four sold half a million copies in the first two weeks of release alone and was Billboard's number-one LP for three consecutive weeks.
  7. The title of the album, “Catch Bull at Four” is drawn from Kuòān Shīyuǎn’s ‘Ten Bulls’, a Zen series of poems and illustrations exploring an individual’s search for enlightenment and their subsequent return to society to pass on the wisdom they’ve gained. It couldn’t be more clear that Cat was consciously addressing the subject of his own spiritual progression.

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