When I watched the Ginger Baker documentary, “Beware Mr. Baker,” I learned that after Cream disbanded, Eric Clapton and Ginger went to join Steve Winwood and Rick Grech to form the group Blind Faith. Blind Faith’s self-titled album was their only one, released in 1969.
As I looked outside today, the sun was shining through the leaves of the pear tree to make leaves of joy. One of the songs on the Blind Faith album is called, “Sea of Joy.” There is something about the way Steve Winwood sings on it that brings a similar joy to what I felt looking at the sun and the leaves today.
Paula Light is the host of Thursday Inspiration. Paula says:
This week’s theme is leave and the picture is below. Here is the song snippet from “If You Leave Me Now,” a 1976 song from Chicago.
If you leave me now you’ll take away the biggest part of me
No baby please don’t go
And if you leave me now you’ll take away the very heart of me
No baby please don’t go, no I just want you to stay