Blood ,Sweat, & Tears

I was just lucky enough to see and here them at a free concert in Buffalo. Now I am looking for a copy of the album with Spinning Wheels on it. What is the best quality vinyl copy of this album available today. I highly recommend going to see them if they pass through your city.Obviously these are not all original members but each one had a chance to showcase there talent and I was impressed enough to start looking for there music again.
Although the very expensive (average price about $100-$125) and rare (these days) Mobile Fidelty LP is good, the much cheaper Half Speed Mastered Columbia may even be better (and I have seen these for as little as $15 [I got a MINT one for $7 at a local store] and now as much as $75).

I have 7 different version of this LP ranging from the original Columbia (and the Half Speed Mastered) to the MFSL and various Japanese, UK, German, Quad, Mexican and Aussie imports. You won't be the sound of the Half Speed Mastered.
The newly remastered redbook CD and the SACD version of this same album (2nd BST album; first with David Clayton Thomas) are excellent sounding, as well. I have been listening to this group for the last 30 years or so (since 7th grade) and their music is still very fresh and vital. Enjoy.
Al Kooper rules.
this album, thier first, is a great one.
Mobile Fidelity version is quite good.
I second the motion that the remastered CD is quite good. Check it out through an upsampling/interpolating system. Also, this was their 2nd album. As Ivan points out, the first was with Al Kooper and is called "Child is the Father to Man". It also is damn good and very different from the David Clayton Thomas BST. More bluesy and creative. But then 1968 was one of the most dynamic and superb years for rock/pop music ever.
Thank you all for your help . I will have to get both albums. The first " Child is the Father of Man" and the half speed mastered Columbia with "Spinning Wheels " on it. I new I could count on the members here to point me the right direction.