Reissue available on April 19th
Blind Faith’s self-titled and only album will get a half speed master reissue on April 19th via UMe. Originally released in 1969, the group was composed of Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, Steve Winwood and Ric Grech, one of the first super groups. This platinum selling album topped the charts in the U.K., U.S., Canada, Denmark, Norway and Netherlands.
Cut at half speed by Miles Showell at Abbey Road, one of a very few internationally renowned exponents of the technique, the album will be presented on heavyweight vinyl with high spec packaging, to create a thoroughly bespoke vinyl experience that, most importantly, will provide a sound quality superior to anything else currently available.
Half Speed Mastering is an artisan technique offered by Abbey Road Studios, which results in the very highest quality sound reproduction. UMC have created a range of bespoke vinyl pressings of iconic albums utilizing this process and have carefully selected Blind Faith to be a part of the series.
- Had To Cry Today
- Can’t Find My Way Home
- Well All Right
- Presence of the Lord
- Sea Of Joy
- Do What You Like
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