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Blind Faith

Steve Winwood, Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, and Ric Grech. They followed the success of each of the member's former bands, including Clapton and Baker's former...

Last Update: 2024-03-13T02:41:25Z Word Count : 2906 Synonim Blind Faith

Pete York

until 1969. He left the Spencer Davis Group to form Hardin and York with Eddie Hardin. York was a member of Eric Clapton's Powerhouse—a short-lived blues...

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Jack Bruce

Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, where he met Eric Clapton. In 1966, after a short time with Manfred Mann, he formed Cream with lead guitarist Clapton and drummer...

Last Update: 2024-04-12T21:31:42Z Word Count : 5606 Synonim Jack Bruce

Shaun Murphy (singer)

Angeles in 1985 while working with Eric Clapton on his Behind the Sun album. Murphy joined Clapton's band for the ensuing tour, which included Live Aid...

Last Update: 2024-01-03T15:08:45Z Word Count : 726 Synonim Shaun Murphy (singer)

Joe Sample

B. B. King, Eric Clapton, Steely Dan, Joni Mitchell, Anita Baker, and the Supremes. Sample incorporated gospel, blues, jazz, latin, and classical forms...

Last Update: 2024-04-20T03:33:54Z Word Count : 1515 Synonim Joe Sample

Paul Jones (singer)

in Europe and Collectors' Choice in the US. It was produced by Carla Olson in Los Angeles and features Eric Clapton, Jake Andrews, Ernie Watts, Percy Sledge...

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Sharon Robinson (musician)

Redding, Hornsby, Clapton) (2015) We Were Dreamers - 2021 2014 : On Tour with Leonard Cohen - Photographs by Sharon Robinson - PowerHouse books ISBN 1576877256...

Last Update: 2024-03-22T01:52:05Z Word Count : 765 Synonim Sharon Robinson (musician)

Pete Townshend

Eric Clapton, and other rock notables; the film premiered on 18 March 1975. Townshend was nominated for an Academy Award for scoring and adapting the...

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Roy Buchanan

For me it was Leadbelly through B.B. King and later Eric Clapton, Roy Buchanan, Jeff Beck, Eddie Van Halen and anyone you care to mention. Fox, Darrin (November...

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Bob Seger

and Marcy Levy were all members of My Band before joining Eric Clapton's backing band. In 1973, Seger put out Back in '72, recorded partly with the Muscle...

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David Bowie

comments on fascism, as well as Eric Clapton's alcohol-fuelled denunciations of Pakistani immigrants in 1976, led to the establishment of Rock Against Racism...

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Day Tripper

(22 July 2019). "'The Beano Album': John Mayall's Blues Breakers and Eric Clapton Create a Classic". uDiscoverMusic. Archived from the original on 16 December...

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The Blues Brothers

film, including Aretha Franklin and James Brown. There are dozens of other guest performers, including Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Junior Wells, Lonnie...

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1990 in music

charts in many countries including the United States and the United Kingdom. January 18 – Eric Clapton plays the first of eighteen shows in a three-week...

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Canned Heat

Stevens, Roy Rogers, Mandel, Larry Taylor, and Vestine. Eric Clapton and Dr. John made guest appearances on the Christmas Album (2007). In July 2007, a documentary...

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Mike McCready

the early 1990s. Titled Of Potato Heads and Polaroids: My Life Inside and Out of Pearl Jam, and published by powerHouse books, McCready described the...

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List of musical supergroups

R&B/Pop with such popular acts like Bell Biv DeVoe (BBD), LSG & TGT. The term is applied in Hip Hop to collaborations such as The Firm, Westside Connection...

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Adele

of The 100 Greatest Singers of All Time, describing her voice as "athletic and authentic" and "an unapologetic powerhouse with a knack for tone and an...

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London

and 1980s, musicians and groups like Elton John, Pink Floyd, David Bowie, the Rolling Stones, the Kinks, Queen, Eric Clapton, the Who, Cliff Richard, Led...

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Richard A. Whiting

Brubeck Henry Burr Cab Calloway Cher Shirley Horn Maurice Chevalier Eric Clapton Rosemary Clooney Nat King Cole John Coltrane Perry Como Ray Conniff Bing...

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Blind Faith

Blind Faith were an English supergroup that consisted of Steve Winwood, Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, and Ric Grech. They followed the success of each of the member's former bands, including Clapton and Baker's former group Cream and Winwood's former group Traffic, but they split after a few months, producing only one album and a three-month summer tour. The group originated with informal jamming by Clapton and Winwood in early 1969 following the break-ups of Cream and Traffic. Baker joined them in rehearsals and they decided to form a group. Grech joined as the fourth member from the band Family in May, and they began recording their eponymous debut album. It drew controversy for featuring a photograph of a topless 11-year-old girl on the front cover, and it was issued with a different cover in the United States. The first Blind Faith concert was on 7 June in front of an estimated 100,000 fans in Hyde Park, London, but they felt that they had not rehearsed enough and were unprepared. They subsequently played concerts in Scandinavia and the US, but the lack of material in the live set led them to play old Cream and Traffic songs which pleased the audience but disillusioned the band. Clapton became increasingly isolated during the tour, preferring to spend time with support act Delaney & Bonnie, and Blind Faith disbanded immediately after their last performance. Clapton and Winwood both enjoyed the music that they played together in the group's limited time, and they have since collaborated on several tours playing Blind Faith material.


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