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Backless

Eric Clapton

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1
Walk Out In The Rain
Eric Clapton
4:17
2
Watch Out For Lucy
Eric Clapton
3:26
3
I'll Make Love To You Anytime
Eric Clapton
3:24
4
Roll It
Eric Clapton
3:43
5
Tell Me That You Love Me
Eric Clapton
3:34
6
If I Don't Be There By Morning
Eric Clapton
4:39
7
Early In The Morning
Eric Clapton
7:59
8
Promises
Eric Clapton
3:05
9
Golden Ring
Eric Clapton
3:32
10
Tulsa Time
Eric Clapton
3:30
Total Playing Time    41:09
Billboard 200 - #8, 1979
Billboard Hot 100 - #9, 1978 - Promises

"... Backless is a seductive record ..."
- Rolling Stone

Released in 1978, one year after his seminal album Slowhand, Eric Clapton sounds laid back and relaxed on this set of country-tinged blues. Material includes a couple of Bob Dylan songs, a J.J. Cale cover and a handful of Clapton originals. The single Promises featuring guest vocalist Marcy Levy was a top 10 hit on the Billboard charts.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Universal International Music B.V. Studio Masters

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