|Produced by Paul Samwell-Smith|
|Released on February 1971|
|US CHART POSITION #11|
|Find it at GEMM|
|AM-1231 wo. picture sleeve
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P erhaps Cat’s most popular song, “Wild World” still remains in radio rotation (barring the brief and unfortunate boycott of his work following the Salman Rushdie fracas). If you’ve ever been dumped in a relationship and wanted to lick your wounds without stooping to outright anger, this is as good a sing-a-long to self-healing as any. The B side is from the same album, Tea For The Tillerman; “Miles From Nowhere” isn’t anywhere near as catchy as “Wild World,” though it does share the spiritual sentiment of “Moonshadow.” You can find out more about “Wild World” at Songfacts.
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|US||February 1971||A&M Records||7"||AM-1231|
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