Posts Tagged ‘Steve Winwood’

Keep On Running

February 25, 2018

“Keep On Running,” written by Jackie Edwards, recorded by the Spencer Davis Group, 1966. Teenager Stevie Winwood sings the lead.

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Christmas Is Now Drawing Near at Hand

December 18, 2016

“Christmas Is Now Drawing Near at Hand,” a traditional English folksong, sung by Steve Winwood.

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Presence of the Lord

April 30, 2016

“Presence of the Lord,” written and performed by Eric Clapton, reunited here with his former Blind Faith bandmate Steve Winwood in 2007.

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Christmas Is Now Drawing Near at Hand

December 24, 2015

“Christmas Is Now Drawing Near at Hand,” a traditional English folksong, sung by Steve Winwood.

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Can’t Find My Way Home

June 9, 2015

Steve Winwood performing his song “Can’t Find My Way Home” in front of a snapping fireplace. He originally performed it with the “supergroup” Blind Faith in 1969. Notable versions have been recorded by Joe Cocker, SwansBobby McFerrin, and Alison Krause.

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