Winwood didn't stop at the '80s [Derived headline] [Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (PA)]
Winwood didn't stop at the '80s He sort of owned the '80s, but not everybody knows that pop- radio hitmaker Steve Winwood has a career as a rock 'n' roller that goes all the way back to 1963.
Guitarist Eric Clapton and drummer Ginger Baker continued working together in the band Blind Faith.
All About Jazz
Read "The Ginger Baker Jazz Confusion at the Musical Instrument Museum"
Baker basically delivered rock-drumming techniques within the jazz idiom, which obviously wasn't a disappointment to the mainly Boomer Generation audience, some wearing Cream logo and tie-dyed t-shirts, all with wide smiles of anticipation on their faces.
The Amazing Spider-Man Supergroup
The term supergroup is one we think of in rock n' roll, not film soundtrack. The first supergroup was probably Blind Faith, which featured Steve Winwood, Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker, and it lasted about six months.
In the Presence of the Lord
I used to hear a very unplugged version of In the Presence of the Lord by Eric Clapton.