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Blues Power - Eric Clapton - Eric Clapton (CD, Album)

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  1. rows · Eric Patrick Clapton, CBE (born 30 March ), is an English rock and blues guitarist, .
  2. as a warm, friendly record of the kind that I haven't heard since the first Delaney and Bonnie album. Of the tunes, we have some good old tambourine beaters, one beautiful all-acoustic piece authored entirely by Clapton (most of the rest are by him and Delaney Bramlett, who produced), and a bunch of simply delightful D&B-styled gospel-type numbers, which, unlike a lot of the recent attempts in.
  3. Allmusic link. Rolling Stone link. Blues is a blues rock compilation album by Eric Clapton released in The release features songs from Clapton's s RSO albums, as well as some unreleased material from the same era. The second disc features live recordings.
  4. "Blues Power" is the second solo single by British rock musician Eric Clapton, off his debut studio album Eric Clapton. It was released in as a 7" vinyl gramophone record under Polydor Records. The song never reached any of the music charts worldwide. Composition and release.
  5. Discover releases, reviews, songs, credits, and more about Blues Power - Songs Of Eric Clapton at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection/5(12).
  6. Released in August , Eric Clapton’s first solo album “ERIC CLAPTON”. Did you know that there were three types of mixes in this album? The mix of the board that has been released to the public from the LP era to the present is a mix produced by the famous producer Tom Dowd who produced that “LAYLA AND OTHER ASSORTED LOVE SONGS”.
  7. Hallmark's ^Blues Power] is yet another budget-line release of early stray sessions from Eric Clapton when he was in the Yardbirds. This is divided between cuts that showed up on Five Live Yardbirds and the product of a '65 jam session with Jimmy Page, Mick Jagger, Bill Wyman, Chris Winters and Ian Stuart that reads more tempting than it sounds.2/
  8. Jul 10,  · Eric Clapton, Leon Russell (). "Bet you didn't think I knew how to rock 'n' roll. Oh, I got the boogie-woogie right down in my very soul. There ain't no need for me to be a wallflower, 'Cause now I'm living on blues power." Fantastic.

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