8 thoughts on “ Dear Mr. Fantasy - Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood - Royal Faith Nights (CD)

  1. rows · Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood have performed together on numerous occasions in a .
  2. Dear Mr. Fantasy play us a tune Something to make us all happy Do anything take us out of this gloom Sing a song, play guitar make it snappy You are the one who can make us all laugh But doing that, you break out in tears Please don't be sad if it was a straight mind you had We wouldn't have known you all these years oooooooo ahhhhhhhh oooooooo ahhhhhhhh oooooooo ahhhhhhhh oooooooo ahhhhhhhh.
  3. Royal Faith Nights (Beano) Eric Clapton’s rifling through his past collaborations and bands brought a well publicized Cream reunion in , shows with Jeff Beck in Japan and London, and a half-Blind Faith reunion with Steve Winwood in and
  4. You might also wish to check out the accompanying DVD of this concert Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood: Live from Madison Square Garden [DVD] [] [US Import]where I was left a bit confuded as to who was playing the organ part whilst Steve was playing guitar up front with Eric; the camera zoomed in on more than one occasion to an empty seat at /5().
  5. "Dear Mr. Fantasy" is a rock song by Traffic from their album, Mr. Fantasy. Jim Capaldi contributed the lyrics, while Steve Winwood and Chris Wood composed the music.. In a song review for AllMusic, Lindsay Planer commented. A slightly trippy dark and foreboding tone permeates both the lyrics and arrangement contrasting the rock-solid pop delivery.
  6. Blind Faith were an English supergroup featuring Steve Winwood, Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, and Ric Grech, active in mostly They were eagerly anticipated by the music press as a continuation of Clapton and Baker's former group Cream and Winwood's former group Traffic, but they split after one album and tour. Blind Faith Left to right: Steve Winwood, Ric Grech, Ginger Baker, Eric.
  7. The rock legends took the stage together for just three concerts in a highly anticipated collaboration, performing a string of hits that included Blind Faith's "Presence of the Lord," and "Can't Find My Way Home," in addition to Clapton's classics "After Midnight," "Tell the Truth," and "Crossroads" and Steve Winwood's "Dear Mr. Fantasy" and "Glad." The limited edition CD/DVD set also includes "The Road .
  8. Unlike the liner notes for Cream's Royal Albert Hall CD and DVD releases, the Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood Live from Madison Square Garden CD and DVD liner notes did not provide any inkling as to what night each song was from. So, the official Live From Madison Square Garden CDs and DVDs were painstakingly compared to complete “unofficial recordings" of the three nights.

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