6. Blind Faith
After the breakup of the 'first supergroup,' Cream, in 1969, guitarist Eric Clapton began seeking new ways to play blues driven rock without the trappings of ego that haunted his previous group. At the same time, musical wunderkind Steve Winwood was having the same issues with The Spencer Davis Group and eventually Traffic. The pair was a natural fit and eventually added the services of Cream's drummer Ginger Baker and bassist Rick Grech to form Blind Faith. The band was in such high demand that their first concert was in front of over 100,000 at London's Hyde Park. Eventually, the group would release their self-titled debut album, topping both the American and English charts before disbanding less than a year after they formed. Today, the group is mostly notable for the cover of their album, which depicts a topless underage girl holding an airplane.