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Blind Faith: The Lost Concert Perfomance. (No visible label)
Recorded Live at State Fair Park Rock and Roll Festival, West Allis, Wisconsin, USA - July 26, 1969.
Soundboard recording :: CDR :: CBR 320 kbps & FLAC.

01. Had to Cry Today
02. Can't Find My Way Home
03. Sleeping in the Ground
04. Well All Right
05. Presence of the Lord (cut)
06. Do What You Like
07. Sunshine of Your Love

Files: 7. :: Size: 116.88 MB (MP3) / 299 MB (FLAC).
Total Time: 00:51:05 hour/s.

Personnel: Eric Clapton Guitar, Vocals :: Steve Winwood Keyboards, Vocals :: Ginger Baker Drums :: Rick Grech Bass, Vocals .

Notes: Very sketchy information is available about this little known Blind Faith performance. The tape recording found was ressurrected from an obscure used music/bookshop on the eastside of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Here's a brief background leading to the music that is by now, moderately distributed among Blind Faith enthusiasts around the world! A few years ago, I met a fellow (now a good friend) in Madison, Wisconsin, who attended the Blind Faith performance on 26 July 1969. He informed me that this concert took place at the Wisconsin State Fair Park Grounds in West Allis, Wisconsin, a suburb southwest of Milwaukee. To my amazement, he also mentioned that this was a rock & roll festival, that included several other well-known groups of the late 1960's. This was information I wanted to further investigate and share with my friends. During April of 1999, I was with two of my good friends on a used vinyl/compact disc search adventure in Milwaukee. We were looking for interesting collectibles, including obscurities like bootlegg concerts, music related books and magazines from the glorious years of our youth. While digging around in one of those book stores, we detected a stack of old cassettes under a glass shelf, with a small notice that suggested that the owners of the store had a selection of local musical concerts recorded on cassette tape. Well, we decided to ask what the selection was. Eureka, one of those listed was Blind Faith in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 1969! Well, that was too good to pass by, although collectively, we (as serious Blind Faith collectors) already had a copy of a portion of the concert from earlier music swaps. My good buddy suggested, "Let's get this copy also, it may be an alternate, or better recording". So we did, and it was indeed, a very nice recording, with additional performance tracks!!!.<-(Info taken from
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Zen Archer a dit…

Blind Faith! never heard about this band before...

Anonyme a dit…

Just great!!! Wild guitar!!! Wild concert!!! Thank you very much and greetings from Brazil!! Luciano

Anonyme a dit…

A top notch show. The chemistry was there between Eric and Pete. Eric and Pete should have recorded an album back then. As i recall Eric did play on a track of the Townsend Lane album. There must be some studios floating around.

Anonyme a dit…

Interesting. I'd not a full Blind Faith live
show before. Not bad, but considering the talents involved it's a bit lackluster. The
performance is competent but lacks fire.

Thanks for sharing this recording on your blog.


Anonyme a dit…

Great band and great concert. I think this isn't soundboard, but against all good to heat them.


Anonyme a dit…

Fantastic boot,great performance and a good sound!
One of the lost super groups,thank you very much for such goodies!

Anonyme a dit…

tanks for the post. only megaupload link works

Anonyme a dit…

this is as close to a memory as i'll have. i caught the show in seattle in august. it was awful. could barely figure out what they were playing. ec was so stoned - his speech was slurred and he would just stop playing.

Anonyme a dit…

guessing a reel2reel was involved in recording - it drags in places. i'm thinking audacity could help this.

Anonyme a dit…

Hello. Does anyone know of any footage besides Hyde Park that exist of Blind Faith?

Please feel free to contact me at with any leads!

::Viva:: a dit…

@dwpbike :

New fresh links reupped today (10/6/2011), cheers!

juan manuel muñoz a dit…

great album. thanks

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