Miami Heat to Create “Superteam” of D-Wade, LeBron James & Chris Bosh?

June 29th, 2010 by Hotnuke Leave a reply »
During the late 1960s, a term that would come to dominate the musical landscape, the “Supergroup” was coined to describe the band “Cream” formed by guitarist Eric Clapton (formerly of the Yardbirds and John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers), lead vocalist and bassist Jack Bruce (formerly of Graham Bond Organization and Manfred Mann), and drummer Ginger Baker (also formerly with Graham Bond Organization).

This “Supergroup” would dominate the musical scene for only a short time, putting out such albums as Fresh Cream, Disraeli Gears, Wheels of Fire, and Goodbye. The members of the group would go on to even more lasting fame as part of other groups, and in their individual solo careers.

Very soon after, other “Supergroups” began to form. Some of them only lasted for short periods of time, such as Blind Faith, with the aforementioned Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker as members, along with Steve Winwood of Traffic fame and Ric Grech from Family; as well as Humble Pie, which incorporated such artists as Steve Marriott from Small Faces, Peter Frampton of The Herd, Greg Ridley from Spooky Tooth, and Clem Clempson from Colos ...

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