|A1||The Country Of The Blind
Engineer – Steve PowerProducer – Steve Lovell, Steve PowerRemix – Faith Brothers, John HudsonWritten-By – B. Franks*
Producer – Steve Lovell, Steve PowerRemix – Faith Brothers, John HudsonWritten-By – B. Franks*, L. Hirons*
|B1||Thrill Of The Kill
Producer – Faith BrothersWritten-By – L. Hirons*
Producer – Faith BrothersWritten-By – B. Franks*
|SIREN 2||Faith Brothers||The Country Of The Blind (7")||Siren||SIREN 2||UK||1985|
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The Country of the Blind" is a short story written by H. G. Wells. It was first published in the April 1904 issue of The Strand Magazine and included in a 1911 collection of Wells's short stories, The Country of the Blind and Other Stories. It is one of Wells's best known short stories, and features prominently in literature dealing with blindness. Wells later revised the story, with the expanded version first published by an English private printer, Golden Cockerel Press, in 1939.
Blind Faith (Blind Faith album). Blind Faith is the self-titled and only album by the English supergroup Blind Faith, originally released in 1969 on Polydor Records in the United Kingdom and Europe and on Atlantic Records in the United States. It topped the album charts in the UK, Canada and US, and was listed at No. 40 on the US Soul Albums chart. It has been certified platinum by the RIAA.
Full album title: Holy Wood In the Shadow of the Valley of Death. This album was Manson’s first release following the April 1999 Columbine High School massacre, for which he had been unfairly crucified in the press as being an inspiration to the killers (this was later determined to be totally unsubstantiated). Consequently, this album explores such themes as parental roles and America’s hypocrisy of conservative values and culture juxtaposed with its mainstream acceptance of violence and the fame attained by people whose publicly displayed deaths have been romanticized and martyred. This is listed as a bonus entry because, quite frankly, I wanted it on the list but didn‘t want to take any of the others off.
The BBC artist page for Faith Brothers. Find the best clips, watch programmes, catch up on the news, and read the latest Faith Brothers interviews. Country Of The Blind - Paris Theatre 1985. 30/img/track fallback. Last played on. 6 Music Live Hour.
The blues-oriented Blind Faith has often been referred to as one of the first ever supergroups. Not only that but they crafted the perfect sound fusion between rock and blues, which influenced many young musicians in the years to come. Despite releasing only one, self-titled album in 1969, Blind Faith still remain one of the most essential English-blues acts, at least in my book. That album generated a huge commotion not only because of its unique sound but because of its controversial album artwork, featuring a young topless girl, holding a silver space ship.
Artist: The Faith Brothers, Song: Secret Heart, Duration: 2:55, File type: mp3. №3139105984. The Faith Brothers The Country Of The Blind. The Faith Brothers A Daydreamers Philosophy. The Faith Brothers Eventide.
The Super-Group Blind Faith released their one and only self-titled debut album in August of 1969. The short lived band featuring Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Ric Grech and Ginger Baker caused a huge controversy because the cover of the album featured a topless young girl holding a plane. Here’s what the photographer Bob Seidemann said about his vision for the album cover and the reason behind using such a young girl. I could not get my hands on the image until out of the mist a concept began to emerge
Blind Faith, ‘Blind Faith’ (1969). The Eric Clapton-Steve Winwood supergroup had no name until they saw the cover art for their album, which photographer Bob Seidemann called "Blind Faith": an 11-year-old girl with her shirt off, her innocence in counterpoint to the technological toy in her hands. Model Mariora Goschen says that she was promised a horse for posing for the cover, and had to settle for 40 pounds sterling. It was quickly replaced with a drill boring into a person's forehead - savory only in comparison.
thunder, and cut off the Country of the Blind for ever from the exploring feet of men. But one of these early settlers had chanced to be on the hither side of the gorges when the world had so terribly shaken itself, and he perforce had to forget his wife and his child and all the friends and possessions he had left up there, and start life over again in the lower world. He wanted a shrine-a handsome, cheap, effectual shrine-to be erected in the valley; he wanted relics and such-like potent things of faith, blessed objects and mysterious medals and prayers.