Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Blind Faith - Blind Faith (1969)




Σε λίγο διαφορετικό στυλ αυτός ο δίσκος από τα καθιερωμένα του blog αλλά υπάρχει εδώ εκτός των άλλων η κομμάταρα του τεράστιου Stephen Lawrence "Steve" ή "Stevie" Winwood, Can't Find My Way Home το οποίο είναι πιο πολύ στα νερά μου. Το κείμενο από την wikipedia παρακάτω λέει τα υπόλοιπα.
Να συμπληρώσω λέγοντας ότι την καλύτερη εκτέλεση από το γκρουπ την άκουσα σε αυτό εδώ το live στο youtube στην διεύθυνση http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUW1SGF7bR8&feature=related. Για όσους θα το ήθελαν ως mp3 το έχω ανεβάσει σε ξεχωριστό αρχείο
Can't Find My Way Home..lyrics
Come down off your throne and leave your body alone.
Somebody must change.
You are the reason I've been waiting so long.
Somebody holds the key.

But I'm near the end and I just ain't got the time
And I'm wasted and I can't find my way home.
Come down on your own and leave your body alone.
Somebody must change.

You are the reason I've been waiting all these years.
Somebody holds the key.

But I can't find my way home.
But I can't find my way home.
But I can't find my way home.
But I can't find my way home.
Still I can't find my way home,
And I ain't done nothing wrong,
But I can't find my way home.

Blind Faith's beginnings date to mid-1968, with the breakup of Cream. Rock's original supergroup had become a financial powerhouse, selling millions of records within a few years and raising the group's (and each member's) repertoire to international popularity. Despite that success, the band was crumbling from within due to frequent animosity between Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker, with Eric Clapton doing his best to mediate. In addition, Clapton had tired of being coerced into playing commercially driven blues, and hoped to move forward with a new, experimental, less strait-jacketed approach to the genre.
Steve Winwood was facing similar problems in The Spencer Davis Group, in which he had been the lead singer for three years. Winwood wanted to experiment with the band's sound by infusing jazz elements, but left due to his musical differences, instead forming a new band — Traffic — in 1967. That band split temporarily in 1969, and Winwood started to jam with his good friend Eric in Clapton's basement in Surrey, England. Winwood and Clapton had previously collaborated on the one-off "Powerhouse" project.
Clapton was pleased with the jam sessions and looked seriously toward starting a trio with Winwood, but they needed a drummer. Ginger Baker turned up to sit in with them in 1969, and the band took near-final form. But Clapton questioned letting Baker in the band, because he had promised Jack Bruce that, if they were to work with one another again, they would all three play. Moreover, Clapton didn't want to reunite with Cream barely nine weeks after the breakup, and also didn't want to deal with another "Cream-like" superstardom situation. Winwood ultimately persuaded Clapton to finalize Baker's inclusion in the lineup, arguing that Ginger Baker strengthened their musicianship and that it would be hard to find an equally talented drummer.
By May 1969, Ric Grech, bassist with Family, was invited to join them (leaving Family, mid-tour). They laid down most of their album at Olympic Studios under the supervision of producer Jimmy Miller. Miller provided focus to the band, who often preferred jamming, over the standard commercial 3-5 minute track. By then the group was known collectively as Blind Faith, a slyly cynical reference by Clapton to his outlook on the new group.
Tracks:

1. Had To Cry Today (Steve Winwood) – 8:48
2. Can't Find My Way Home (Steve Winwood) – 3:16
3. Well All Right (Petty, Holly, Allison, Mauldin) – 4:27
4. Presence of the Lord (Eric Clapton) – 4:50
5. Sea of Joy (Steve Winwood) – 5:22
6. Do What You Like (Ginger Baker) – 15:18

Additional the mp3 from youtube video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUW1SGF7bR8&feature=related
1. Can't Find My Way Home


http://www.badongo.com/file/11275743
http://rapidshare.com/files/143948789/Blind_Faith_-_Can_t_Find_My_Way_Home_-_1969.mp3.html

2 comments:

BlackCatBone said...

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kai meta me to Easy cd da extractor? an oxi , epeidh me endiaferei pes moy h steile moy ta links pws na ta katebazeis.
thanx

psych-Spaniolos said...

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