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BLIND FAITH - LONDON HYDE PARK 1969(DVD Release Date: September 19, 2006).


Blind Faith - London Hyde Park 1969 (2006)
Blind Faith

Actors: Blind Faith
Format: Black & White, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Live, Widescreen, NTSC
Language: English
Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Number of discs: 1
Studio: Sanctuary Records
DVD Release Date: September 19, 2006
Run Time: 73 minutes

Blind Faith's concert performances can be placed into three distinct phases: The Hyde Park free concert in early June 1969, the Scandinavian concert tour of mid June 1969, and the North American concert tour of July and August 1969. A short description of each concert phase is presented below.

Blind Faith's Hyde Park concert was performed on a pleasant Saturday, 7 June 1969. It was a free concert weekend, where people of the 'counter-culture' generation congregated to celebrate a fine springtime in the most beautiful semi-wooded park in central London. Blind Faith was one of several performing groups that weekend; Several performers made the scene on Friday afternoon without fanfare, including Julie Driscoll, Long John Baldry, and LuLu. The opening acts that Sunday were regular free concert performers from London, The Third Ear Band, and Edgar Broughton, followed by an acoustic set by Richie Havens, and a solo performance from Donovan. All this happening in the park, yet Blind Faith was the talk of the city that weekend, with anticipation rising for the newly formed group to succeed. Rumors of a unique new sound performed by four virtuoso musicians was an intriguing prospect to the progressive music world. The fans were looking for an awesome perfomance. That, together with the reputation and appeal of being pop stars, placed them upon a pedestal of near-godliness. Blind Faith's debut concert was met with mixed reaction from fans and curious congregators at Hyde Park that day. The group was clearly unprepared to perform confidently before the throng of more than 100,000 in the audience. Yet, the atmosphere was said to be magical, because of the circumstances and the general harmony of most individuals who came to have a good time listening to the music. It was a brash awakening for the boys, who came across afterwards as somewhat dismayed by their own conduct and performance. Stevie and Eric particularly commented defensively about their outcome that day:
Stevie Winwood - "It was our first gig, and to do that in front of 100,000 people was not the best situation to be in. Nerves were showing and it was very daunting. We couldn't relax like you can on tour."
Eric Clapton - "I came offstage at the Hyde Park concert shaking like a leaf, because I felt once again that I'd let people down. What could we do though........"
Ginger and Ric were more subdued and cautious in their assessment:
Ginger Baker - "It wasn't a brilliant start, obviously."
Rick Grech - "We were nervous."

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Blind Faith London Hyde Park 1969 DVD Trailer
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