The last four tracks are more of the same. They record another version of “Sunshine Of Your Love,” which was very similar to the one contained in their medley. The backing vocals by Ashman and Stewart serve to connect the different parts of the songs.
The real treat is the appearance of Graham Bond. He was one of the early important figures of British rhythm & blues. His Graham Bond Organization was one of the early proponents of a blues/rock fusion and would be a training ground for Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce. Here, he was nearing the end of his life as he would pass away during May of 1974. His vocals and particularly his sax work present why he was an important, if often forgotten figure, in the development of The British blues.
Live 1970 may not be earth shattering but presents Ginger Baker back in his jazz comfort zone. Baker would relocate to South Africa and continue to emerge in various bands as the years passed. Air Force remains one of his better creations.