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Blind Faith Can't Find My Way Home 1969


Michelle Nunn's Public-Service Message - TIME

We like to be a full-service road trip, sometimes even involving social mediacracy, And so…

Here’s a shout-out to TIME’s terrific economic columnist Rana Faroohar from her old Indiana high school friend Patrick Duncan!

Patrick does what sounds like complicated statistical analysis for the Coca-Cola company, except for today, He spent today putting together meals for the elderly at a very impressive not-for-profit charity called Project Open Hand, alongside several dozen other volunteers from Coke and other Atlanta companies, plus church folks and retirees. His job was to stand over a vat of pale yellow cheese and, using an ice cream scoop, deposit a glop of it on some cut up cauliflower, which was accompanied by something that looked like chili in a plastic, heatable tray that was sealed with clear-wrap down the line.

Along about 11:30 this morning, Patrick looked across the vat of cheese and found himself staring at a wraithlike, academic-looking woman, who also was depositing glops of cheese on cauliflower coming her way down a makeshift assembly line. It was Michelle Nunn, the Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate from Georgia. Now you know how this normally works: a politician deposits a glop in a photo-op and, once the picture is taken, moves on to her next event. But that’s not what happened today. Nunn stayed on the line until lunch break, chatting with Patrick Duncan about everything from life at Coke to the situation in Iraq. After it was over, Patrick said he was still undecided about who to vote for, “but the fact that she’s out here, doing this, means something.”

Most Memorable Previous Photo-Op Interlude : Michael Dukakis showed up at a candle-pin bowling alley in New Hampshire in 1988, rolled an elegant ball down the alley as photographers snapped from adjacent alleys, turned around and left, shaking some hands on the way. Four years later, Bill Clinton went to the same bowling alley, went to the locker...


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  • Michelle Nunn's Public-Service Message

    09/25/14 ,via TIME

    I couldn't help but give him the benefit of the doubt and he almost always earned it. Had lunch with his son, Alex, in Atlanta the other day. Great scion. 4. Del McCoury Band–It's Just the Night: Appalachia's best. 5. Blind Faith–Can't Find My Way

  • Christine Flowers: KEEP gets back to the basics in educating

    Frankly, if I'm honest, there was absolutely nothing I didn't love about that first exhilarating year of independence from the family home. I made friends. I learned to With this hyper emphasis on achieving specific, governmentally scanctioned

  • Will Tom Petty, Steve Winwood make the magic happen at Cruzan?

    09/18/14 ,via (blog)

    But on Monday at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Petty and Winwood came together on “Can't Find My Way Home,” the iconic 1969 song from the only album ever made by Blind Faith, the supergroup that included Winwood, Eric Clapton and Ginger 

  • Ocean City events, edition of Sept. 24, 2014

    09/24/14 ,via Shore News Today

    from Cream (“Sunshine of Your Love”) through Blind Faith (“Can't Find My Way Home”) and Derek and The Dominoes (“Layla”) into his extensive solo career (“I Shot The Sheriff,” “Lay Down Sally”). Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at Ocean City

  • Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers w/Steve Winwood at Bridgestone Arena, 9/23/14

    09/24/14 ,via Nashville Scene

    Perhaps “Don't Come …” was cut to make room for a mid-set jam with Winwood, who joined the band on runs through the singer's Blind Faith classic “Can't Find My Way Home” and his Spencer Davis Group mega-classic “Gimme Some Lovin'.” While “Home” 


  • The Complete Idiot's Guide to Acoustic Guitar Songs: 30 Acoustic Guitar Hits

    Alfred Music Publishing. ISBN: 1457426595,9781457426599.
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  • Rock and Roll is Here to Stay

    W. W. Norton & Company. 2014. ISBN: 0393047008,9780393047004. 672 pages.

    A dynamic collection of writing from the world of rock music includes Joan Didion's musings on the Doors, Tom Wolfe on the Beatles, and Roddie Doyle on Irish Soul, among many others.


Blind Faith - 02 - Can't Find My Way Home

Blind Faith Blind Faith 02 Can't Find My Way Home.

Blind Faith ~ Can't Find My Way Home

... Ginger Baker and Rick Grech set to Can't Find My Way ... • Retro and recent images of Blind Faith members Eric ...

BLIND FAITH lyrics - Can't Find My Way Home

BLIND FAITH "Can't Find My Way Home" (Steve Winwood) ... And I'm wasted and I can't find my way home. Come down on your own and leave your body alone.

Blind Faith – Can't Find My Way Home – Listen and ...

“Can’t Find My Way Home” is a song written by Steve Winwood, that was first released by Blind Faith on their 1969 album Blind Faith. Rolling Stone, in a review ...

Can't Find My Way Home - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Can't Find My Way Home" is a song written by Steve Winwood, that was first released by Blind Faith on their 1969 album Blind Faith. Rolling Stone, in a review of the ...

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