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Eric Clapton

Eric Clapton

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1
Slunky
Eric Clapton
3:36
2
Bad Boy
Eric Clapton
3:36
3
Lonesome And A Long Way From Home
Eric Clapton
3:32
4
After Midnight
Eric Clapton
2:53
5
Easy Now
Eric Clapton
2:59
6
Blues Power
Eric Clapton
3:12
7
Bottle Of Red Wine
Eric Clapton
3:09
8
Lovin' You Lovin' Me
Eric Clapton
3:21
9
I've Told You For The Last Time
Eric Clapton
2:33
10
I Don't Know Why
Eric Clapton
3:12
11
Let It Rain
Eric Clapton
5:01
Total Playing Time    37:04
"... two tracks that deserve classic status (After Midnight and Let It Rain) ..."
- Robert Christgau

Eric Clapton's solo debut in 1970 was highly anticipated in the wake of Cream and Blind Faith. This self-titled album was an important stepping stone in Clapton's career and didn't disappoint. A studio full of top-notch musicians and singers including Leon Russell, Stephen Stills, Rita Coolidge and Delaney & Bonnie worked on the album which featured a more restrained Clapton on guitar.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Universal International Music B.V. Studio Masters

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