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Blind Faith by Blind Faith

Blind Faith

by Blind Faith


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Barcode: 0602517753167
Format: Vinyl
Media: Mint (M)
Sleeve: Mint (M)

Blind Faith, the sole studio album by the English supergroup Blind Faith, was originally released in 1969. Launched by Polydor Records in the UK and Europe, and ATCO Records in the US, the album swiftly claimed the top spot on charts in the UK, Canada, and the US. It earned platinum certification from the RIAA.

The band featured two-thirds of the famed power trio Cream—Ginger Baker and Eric Clapton—collaborating with British star Steve Winwood of the Spencer Davis Group and Traffic, and Ric Grech of Family. The album’s inception saw its early stages of song development in 1969, with recording sessions taking place at Morgan Studios in London and later at Olympic Studios under producer Jimmy Miller.

Despite the album’s rush due to tour commitments, it yielded two hits: Winwood’s “Can’t Find My Way Home” and Clapton’s “Presence of the Lord.”

The album cover, photographed by Bob Seidemann, featured a topless 11-year-old girl, Mariora Goschen, holding a silver-painted model of an aircraft. The cover stirred mild controversy in the UK press, prompting an alternative cover for the American release. Seidemann explained his concept, symbolising human creativity through a spaceship and innocence represented by a young girl, Mariora Goschen.

Blind Faith remains not only a sonic achievement but also a reflection of the cultural and artistic dynamics of its time, cementing its place as a landmark in rock history.

A1 Had To Cry Today
A2 Can't Find My Way Home
A3 Well All Right
A4 Presence Of The Lord
B1 Sea Of Joy
B2 Do What You Like
Catalogue No.: E1775316
Barcode: 0602517753167
Genre: Rock
Style: Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Label: RSO
Released: 2008
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, 180 Gram

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