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Blood, Sweat & Tears is an American music group, formed in New York City in 1967, which fused jazz and rock or pop music into a hybrid of what came to be known as "jazz-rock". They are among the first of this genre of music. Unlike "jazz fusion" or simply "fusion", Blood, Sweat & Tears' sound is a merging of the varied stylings of rock, pop and R&B / soul music with big band or combo jazz.

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Blood, Sweat & Tears have had many different bandmembers throughout the years as well as many band breakups and reuinions.

Blood, Sweat & Tears released one of the most critically acclaimed albums of the 1960s, Child is Father to the Man. Without any pop-oriented hit singles, though, the album's sales were sluggish. The group's real breakthrough came with Blood, Sweat & Tears, the group's second, self-titled album, which was released in 1969. The album was much more pop-oriented, featuring decidedly fewer compositions from within the band. It quickly hit the top of the charts and won Album of the Year at the Grammy Awards. It spawned three major hit singles: a cover of Brenda Holloway's "You've Made Me So Very Happy", "Spinning Wheel" and a version "And When I Die". When the group released Blood, Sweat & Tears 3, it was a popular success, spawning hit singles with a cover of Carole King's "Hi-De-Ho" and "Lucretia MacEvil", it was a critical failure. Their fourth album, Blood, Sweat & Tears 4, made the top ten and went gold, however, it also marked the end of the group's commercial heyday.

In 2006, Blood, Sweat & Tears travels and performs with former Three Dog Night vocalist Chuck Negron.