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Blind Faith : London Hyde Park 1969

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  • Acteurs : Blind Faith
  • Format : Double LP, DVD-Vidéo, Plein écran, PAL
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stéréo)
  • Région : Région 2 (Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en dehors de l'Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.).
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Pias
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 2 mai 2006
  • Durée : 73 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
  • ASIN: B00083G3DM
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Le premier concert de BLIND FAITH eut lieu devant un public de 100 000 personnes un beau jour de 1969 à Hyde Park à Londres. Un groupe si extraordinaire qu'il captivait déjà l'attention de tous sans qu'aucun concert n'ait été donné. Depuis, personne n'a pu revoir ce concert intégralement. Ce DVD offre l'opportunité de découvrir ce concert historique, donné devant un public abasourdi. En mélangeant le blues psychédélique d'ERIC CLAPTON avec les claviers et la voix soul de STEVE WINWOOD, avec RICH GRECH à la basse et le phénoménal GINGER BAKER à la batterie, BLIND FAITH devint, en six mois d'existence et à travers un unique album éponyme, un groupe aussi culte et important dans l'histoire du Rock que pût l'être CREAM (dont CLAPTON et BAKER faisaient partie), THE BAND, ou même JIMI HENDRIX. Avec les classiques incontournables : Presence Of The Lord, Sleeping In The Ground et la reprise des ROLLING STONES Under My Thumb

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Par nono75 le 21 décembre 2011
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Blind Faith donne ce concert en juin 1969 à Hyde Park,un mois avant celui des Rolling Stones dans ce lieu.Ils jouent les titres de leur album plus "under my thumb".Au début,il y a une présentation des années 60 et des groupes précédent de chaque membres.On reconnait dans la foule Mick Jagger et Donovan.L'image et le son sont bons.
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Un peu court, image et son " anciens " mais les artistes " jeunes", Je ne regrette pas mon achat mais pour le son le DVD Clapton/winwood est mieux.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 So-so film, but great historical importance 11 mars 2009
Par R. E. Nunley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
The movie-making part of this show was not especially good. The film is grainy, strangely edited (often focusing on the wrong band member at the wrong time), and features a severely edited "Do What You Like" (presumably in the interest of time, as this was intended for an hour-long TV broadcast, I believe).

That said, it's the only video document we have of Blind Faith, and so its historical importance is worth an extra star. The concert itself shows a band that plays tentatively at times. They seem very unsure of themselves, and it's Steve Winwood's vocals that keep them on track.

Eric Clapton is clearly in transition here, both in sound and in approach. This marks the beginning of his move from the fatter Gibson sound to the grittier Fender. He also seems so intent on disappearing into the band that he stands behind everyone else and takes no vocals (not even backups). His playing is terse, as if he purposely chose not to cut loose even when the opportunity was there.

The paucity of original material caused them to cover the Rolling Stones ("Under My Thumb", an odd choice). Two of the three best numbers were ones they never released on a Blind Faith record, "Sleeping In the Ground" (which eventually appeared in the "Crossroads" box), and "Means To an End", a Winwood tune from Traffic's second album. "Had To Cry Today" was the highlight, if only because of the catchy riff and that it forced Clapton to get in gear a bit on the solo.

Casual fans may not much care for this film, but for anyone interested in this pivotal period in the careers of Clapton or Winwood, it's worth a look. It's the only visual document of Blind Faith we're likely ever to have.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Keep the technical aspects in perspective 9 février 2007
Par Hardy Melville - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I understand the technical complaints made by some here, and wish the footage was shot differently. But it is what it is, and the perspective I have mentioned is this was a shortlived band but an incredibly talented one, with this being the only available video material. I think the music holds up extremely well, and the differences from the album they put out make this that much more interesting, particularly the different, electric version of Can't Find My Way Home, plus the tracks not on the album, including a rousing rendition of Stevie's Means to an End, the blues Sleeping in the Ground (Winwood had a great voice for the blues - it is too bad he didn't sing blues more often), and a great version of the Stones' Under My Thumb.

Looking back at Blind Faith, I feel particularly nostalgic and regretful about it. I was and remain a huge fan of Cream and the Traffic both before and after Blind Faith, but feel that Clapton got off track when he left England to go with Delaney and Bonnie and eventually the Dominoes, as that period coincided with his decline into drug use, which began before he left. Clapton never played with a vocalist who equaled Winwood, and it is wonderful watching him focus on the accompanist role as he does here. Baker is more restrained, tasteful and effective than in Cream here, and that is no knock on his Cream performances. Traffic was great, but Winwood never had the quality of bandmates for live performance he had here. It really was a shame Blind Faith did not stay together, and I am not sure I understand why they did not. Seeing this video makes me wish again they had, with all the great music that definitely would have brought.

I disagree with those who have criticized Winwood's vocal performance here. This is not a studio performance, and Stevie would take chances at times. It was part of his appeal as a performer.

I have greatly enjoyed this disc, and despite the technical limitations it has quickly become one of my very favorite ones. I have watched it a number of times and enjoy it more and more. I have recommended it to friends who have given it near universal raves as well.

In addition to the songs mentioned above, Sea of Joy is great, as the soloing on the studio recording of Grech playing violin or viola is covered by Clapton and Winwood switching off. Clapton does not use the wah wah during the solo on Presence of the Lord, and in general there is less of the two songs in one feel that you have in the studio version. Had to Cry Today closes the concert, and unlike the double tracked guitars in the studio version, this version has Winwood on keys. Do What You Like was truncated and rather sloppily so, but it is the exception in that regard.

In fact it is fascinating the way the band was able to get the range of expressiveness they did with very little use of different instrumentation or effects. It is a lesson to all casual performers who overuse effects as a crutch.

In short, I highly recommend this.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Concert from the Summer of 1969 5 mai 2010
Par Robert - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Woodstock was two months away and would define the 1960's music and peace movement. Before that juggernaut was launched, a few guys in England put on a free show at Hyde Park in June 1969. These fellows were the powerhouse men of their time--coming from such groups as Traffic and Cream. However, here they are presented as an incredible burst of fresh energy; playing tracks from their only studio album. Soon thereafter, Eric Clapton went on to form Derek and the Dominoes (Layla)and Steve Winwood went on to reform Traffic (Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys).
This 16mm film transfer is a definitive moment in music history which should be added to any classic rock collection. The documentary only adds context to the players--displaying their 1960's superstardom.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Classic concert, a must for fans 29 décembre 2014
Par Space Cat - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Wonderful performance by one of the greatest bands of the 60's. Some of the audio & video are far from perfect, but the music is fantastic. I've watched it many times, and still love the concert. They also have some shots of the crowd, which are amusing and interesting. And there are some interview pieces with band members -- especially great for musicians (as I am). I wish it were longer -- to me, it goes by too fast!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A MUST HAVE 4 janvier 2009
Par Ronnie Cowlishaw Sr. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I think the fact we have any footage at all of Blind Faith is a blessing. The show it's self is about forty minutes, the film quality is also excellent. I was not expecting this kind of quality because of the age, What a pleasant surprise, I also thought the sound was above average. And I think the color is very crisp, I put off buying this after reading some of the reviews. Now I wish I had of just bought it, what a great show. I thought all the tunes were excellent, I like the bonus footage too. We get one song from the Spencer Davis Group, one from Traffic and one from Cream, these are all ruff in picture & sound. But still cool to see, I really liked the traffic song. This is very early Traffic, so we get to see Dave Mason, to me a big plus. So to me this was well worth my money.
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