Faith Over Reason - Blind EP album flac
Track 1 From Album - 'Easy'. Beautiful voice and a classic album. Deserves to be heard more. Vocals by Moira Lambert
Blind Faith were an English supergroup featuring Steve Winwood, Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, and Ric Grech. The band was eagerly anticipated by the music press as a continuation of Clapton and Baker's former group Cream and Winwood's former group Traffic, but they split after one album and tour. The group originated with informal jamming by Clapton and Winwood in early 1969 following the break-up of Cream and Traffic. Baker joined them in rehearsals and they decided to form a group
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Blind Faith was an English blues rock band, composed of Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, Steve Winwood, and Ric Grech. The band, which was one of the first "super-groups", released their only album, Blind Faith, in August 1969. They were stylistically similar to the bands in which Winwood, Baker, and Clapton had most recently participated, Traffic and Cream. They helped to pioneer the genre of blues/rock fusion. Recorded at Olympic, probably sometime between March and May 1969, it is thought that around 500 copies of the single were pressed, mostly sent to UK disc jockeys and other music industry insiders.
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Blind Faith’s self-titled album can be bought here. Related Topics:Blind Faith Classic Rock Cream Eric Clapton Ginger Baker Jimmy Miller On This Day Rock Rock Legends Steve Winwood Traffic. I saw Blind Faith at their debut free concert in London’s Hyde Park June 7th 1969. The band were not expecting the huge audience of over 100,000 that they drew and were rather nervous. The reaction here was better than expected but during their following US Tour riotous audiences demanding Cream-like pyrotechnics plus the stress of touring together effectively killed the band whose last gig was in Hawaii on August 24th 1969.
Blind Faith, ‘Blind Faith’ (1969). Traffic and Cream both folded around the same time, leaving Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood both without bands or clear plans for their futures. The two friends began jamming together at Winwood's English cottage, quickly discovering they had incredible chemistry, but not really thinking about forming an actual band. Baker's presence turned them into a real band, and with Ric Grech rounding on the group on bass. Soon incredible songs like "Can't Find My Way Home" and "Presence of the Lord" began pouring out of quartet. Their self-titled debut came out in August of 1969 and topped the charts all over the world, but just weeks later they played their final show in Hawaii. To Clapton, it felt too much like a new Cream and he wanted to pursue new challenges: When Delaney and Bonnie asked him to join their group he happily broke up Blind Faith and never looked back.
Running Blind comprises four songs that were left over when Familial was completed. One of them, "What Goes Around", was included as a bonus track in demo form on that album and gets fleshed out here OK. It does move the sound on a bit- Familial was almost self-consciously sparse, as though Selway wanted to distance it as much as possible from Radiohead and that band's mastery of texture and electronics in the context of songs. The EP reinforces the impression created by the debut that Selway only really runs in one gear on his own. Running Blind is a slight improvement on its predecessor, but its true saving grace may be a run time so short (15 minutes) that it doesn't have a chance to tranquilize the listener fully. Selway is creeping toward making something that stands well on its own, but he's not quite there yet.
|A2||Easy On Me|
|B1||Love Is Blind|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 18751 84581 7
|ABB 58 C D||Faith Over Reason||Blind EP (CD, EP)||Big Cat||ABB 58 C D||UK||1994|