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This CD is a solid show of 62 minutes with minimal gaps between the eight numbers. The highlight is track 8 "Do What You Like" which, including an extended drum solo from Ginger Baker, is over twenty minutes long. The sound quality is acceptable for its era giving the impression of being in a small theatre. The inlay booklet contains a few general pictures not related to the performance and the text is just a standard reprint of a Melody Maker article from October 1969 so no actual information about this concert. Eric Clapton seems to keep a low profile much of the time by letting the others shine where possible but he steps forward to demonstrate his skill where appropriate. This is clearly a group effort being one worth keeping in your collection.
The music on this CD probably warrants a 3.5 or perhaps even 4 star rating, but the sound is only adequate by bootleg standards so i have given it an overall rating of 3 stars. This is one of 2 live recordings of Blind Faith that I am aware of, the other being Live at Hyde Park which is available on CD and DVD. So it's worth buying if you're a Blind Faith fan as there are no official live recordings of Blind Faith, sadly. If you're new to the band by the studio album Blind Faith.