℗ 1990 Universal International Music B.V.
 

No Reason To Cry

Eric Clapton

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1
Beautiful Thing
Eric Clapton
4:26
2
Carnival
Eric Clapton
3:44
3
Sign Language
Eric Clapton
2:58
4
County Jail Blues
Eric Clapton
4:00
5
All Our Past Times
Eric Clapton
4:40
6
Hello Old Friend
Eric Clapton
3:37
7
Double Trouble
Eric Clapton
4:23
8
Innocent Times
Eric Clapton
4:12
9
Hungry
Eric Clapton
4:40
10
Black Summer Rain
Eric Clapton
4:57
11
Last Night
Eric Clapton
4:55
Total Playing Time    46:32
Billboard 200 - #15, 1976

"A well-made, rather likable rock and roll LP ... the singing is eloquent ... an almost irresistible pleasure."
- Robert Christgau

Eric Clapton was always a big fan of The Band and he recorded this album at The Band's Malibu studio in 1976. It turned out to be a star-studded project: all five members of The Band participated in the sessions and Bob Dylan sings with Clapton on the Dylan-penned Sign Language. Other guests on the album include Rolling Stone Ron Wood and Georgie Fame.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Universal International Music B.V. Studio Masters

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