Blind Faith's debut 1969 Hyde Park show

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The Original Blind Faith Record Cover

The history of Blind Faith, that featured Steve WinwoodEric ClaptonGinger Baker and Rick Grech, is a quick story. The group only released one record in 1969, and the group's self titled record shot to #1 in the U.S. airplay charts in August 1969, achieving platinum sales status, also hit #1 on the U.K. airplay charts in September of that year and achieved Gold sales status there.

The original cover, featured above, was banned in some countries and created a bit of social outrage in some corners, which did not hurt sales and made it more collectible when the record labels made changes to circumvent the bans.

Below are a few songs from Blind Faith's debut when they performed at a free concert in London's Hyde Park on June 7, 1969.

Well...All Right, Sea Of Joy & Sleeping On the Ground

Under My Thumb - Can't Find My Way Home

This post was created for MusicTelevision.Com by Greg Chamberlain on November 6, 2013, with subsequent edits and updates by Mariana L. Villanueva. The post was moved was merged onto ClassicMusicTelevision.Com on May 24, 2015.

Peter Tosh & Mick Jagger - Their classic cover of The Temptations

Classic Music Television presents Peter Tosh & Mick Jagger

Here is the coolest all time cover song performance of The Temptations song titled (You Gotta Walk) Don't Look Back.

It was done in 1978 as a duet for a Peter Tosh record titled Bush Doctor. Tosh was one of the earliest pioneers engaged in a life long campaign to decriminalize marijuana, coining the phrase "Legalize It" several decades ago when it was routine for people to be imprisoned indefinitely for possession of a seed or a leaf.

Mick Jagger appears in the duet. Peter Tosh was not widely known at the time of the release, but things changed because of the traction of this particular recording, which was the lead single for the album's release.

It's such a inspiring song to begin with, so well written, that may help some move on in life, look forward and don't look back when things are not working. Mick Jagger helps cast a groove and a spell that he is so famous for. Listening to this song turned up is bliss.

The video was not slick by future standards, but it appears that the video was a filming of the actual vocal take for Tosh and Jagger, or else Mick is excellent at lip-sync.

Peter Tosh & Mick Jagger - (You Gotta Walk) Don't Look Back

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