Created under Yusuf’s direction, the video for ‘Morning Has Broken’ brings together contemporaneous images of Cat Stevens in 1971, included in the new Super Deluxe Edition box set.
A previously-unreleased live version of the song is also available today on streaming services.
UMC/Island will release 'Tea For The Tillerman' and 'Mona Bone Jakon' as 50th anniversary Super Deluxe Collector’s Edition box sets.
Clash, which premiered the video, said that it rivalled the cinematic idiosyncrasies of Wes Anderson.
Uncut describes the album as impassioned, while American Songwriter observes that the songs are as fresh as ever.
The song is accompanied by a striking stop-frame animated video from acclaimed director Chris Hopewell, Jacknife Films and Black Dog Films.
The newly-reimagined track will also feature on the upcoming 'Tea For The Tillerman²' album, due for release on September 18 via UMe.
The remake of the song will be on the artist's 'Tea for the Tillerman²' album, out on September 18 on UMC.
The allegorical, visually arresting animated clip, directed by Chris Hopewell, was made from recycled materials.
A small selection from the stunning archives of a truly great record label.
Eternally relevant, Yusuf/Cat Stevens’ ‘Where Do The Children Play?’ remains a classic song looking for ‘the balance of nature’.
Cat Stevens was the epitome of the singer songwriter, with certified triple platinum albums Tea for the Tillerman and Teaser and the Firecat.
The LPs are his 1967 debut album 'Matthew & Son' and the swift follow-up which appeared the same year, 'New Masters.'
The titles for 180 gram vinyl reissue are 'At The Copa,' 'Keep Movin' On' and 'Ain't That Good News.'
Yusuf/Cat Stevens, Mick Hucknall and Dire Straits co-founder John Illsley are among the other artists on the bill, put together by music director Gary Brooker of Procol Harum.
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