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    Main » 2010 » May » 1 » Blind Faith - 1969 - Blind Faith
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    Blind Faith - 1969 - Blind Faith
    genre: blues
    country: uk
    quality : lossless (wavpack, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 49'25" size: 314 mb

    Tapestry of Delights :

    This was the first rock supergroup formed with Ginger Baker and Eric Clapton who'd both come from Cream, Stevie Winwood (formerly of Spencer Davis Group and Traffic) and Ric Grech (of Family). They spent much of early 1969 rehearsing before giving a free concert in Hyde Park in June 1969 before 100,000 people 

    Prior to their album, just 500 copies were pressed of an instrumental only promotional single to notify the press of their change of address from 23 June 1969. It is now by far their most sought-after record. The album came with a nude cover photo of Baker's 11 year old daughter holding a model aeroplane. Although many regarded the album as disappointing at the time it's actually quite good. Original copies came with a gatefold sleeve, although the nude cover caused such a stir in the States that an alternative sleeve had to be redesigned with a black and white photo of the band from the original inner gatefold on the front. The album contained a good cover of Buddy Holly's Well All Right but Stevie Winwood's Sea Of Joy was its finest moment and Winwood's Can't Find My Way Home and Clapton's Presence Of The Lord weren't bad either. Unfortunately Ginger Baker's overlong Do What You Like was marred by a long drum solo. Nonetheless, the album went to No 1 on both sides of the Atlantic, but after just one US tour the band split. Winwood rejoined Traffic; Clapton took a liking to the soul music Delaney and Bonnie (one of the support acts on the US tour) were playing and became their lead guitarist and Ginger Baker formed Airforce.

     

    GINGER BAKER drms A
    ERIC CLAPTON gtr A
    RIC GRECH bs A
    STEVIE WINWOOD keyb'ds, vcls

    01 - Had to Cry Today 8:50
    02 - Can't Find My Way Home 3:17
    03 - Well All Right 4:27
    04 - Presence of the Lord 4:50
    05 - Sea of Joy 5:24
    06 - Do What You Like 15:16

    07 - Exchange And Mart 4:18
    08 - Spending All My Days 3:03

     
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