The final two tracks are a little problematic in places. The old Buddy Holly tune, “Well All Right,” just never quite coalesces. I consider it an odd choice at best. Ginger Baker’s fifteen-minute “Do What You Like” has some excellent drumming and guitar solos but it goes on a bit too long and I have heard much of the same before and better with Cream’s “Toad.”
Blind Faith ran into trouble on tour. They did not have enough material to fill a couple of hours and so resorted to playing old Cream and Traffic material which their audiences seemed to prefer. If you are going to play that kind of music, though, you might as well not have left those groups. No matter, Blind Faith quickly became a footnote in rock history and a short stopping place along the road of Eric Clapton’s musical journey.
Blind Faith is sometimes a forgotten album today but is well worth seeking out as it is sixties rock almost at its very best.