Outtakes from the band's March 1969 rehearsals in Morgan Studio in London. The sound quality is very good, but this is only for major Blind Faith fans because of the unformed nature of the material. It's comprised of instrumental jams, with the band members feeling their way around each other via bluesy chords and vamps, although some tries at "Well All Right" do surface. Considering that the group recorded so little, though, it's interesting for those who want to hear how they tried to arrive at a style. And the riffs, while basic, don't make for bad listening, especially as the fidelity is almost on par with official releases.
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