[Slowhand] Blind Faith To Be Rewarded With Blind Faith Reunion?

Jon Maclean Jon.Maclean at lands.nsw.gov.au
Thu Apr 5 00:56:10 EDT 2007

Yep, and the band will call the resultant reunion album "Hell Freezes
Over Again".




From: SEIDENBERG, NOAH [mailto:NOAH.SEIDENBERG at cbexchange.com]
Sent: Thursday, 5 April 2007 1:09 AM
To: slowhand at planet-torque.com
Subject: [Slowhand] Blind Faith To Be Rewarded With Blind Faith Reunion?

I found this small article at:


Blind Faith To Be Rewarded With Blind Faith Reunion?

Claiming that he invited Steve Winwood to play at his second Crossroads
tar.asp> in Illinois because he has "unfinished business" with his one
time band mate, Eric Clapton has stoked the rumor mill with hopes of a
Blind Faith reunion. A true reformation will be impossible as bassist
Ric Grech died in 1990, but should Ginger Baker appear, Clapton will
have been instrumental in reforming yet another supergroup from the
Sixties with Cream
having played a series of shows in the fall of 2005.

Blind Faith's brief but memorable career began at a free concert in
London in 1969; their entire catalog consisted of one self-titled album
containing the classic rock staple "Can't Find My Way Home
<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DWyO1GaXF6c> ."

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