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  1. Akinojora

    Mar 02,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - ERIC CLAPTON - sukabermidocaphanrietihosalbi.coinfo YouTube "The Thrill Is Gone" BB King, Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, Jimmi Vaughn (HD) - .
  2. Zuluzilkree

    Happy Xmas is the first Christmas album by Eric Clapton, his 24nd studio album, released on 12 October It includes 13 covers of Christmas-themed songs, both well-known and relatively obscure ones, arranged in a predominantly blues style, and one new composition by Clapton /5(9).
  3. Dourr

    We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock. Eric Clapton Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars ratings. This is quickly becoming one of my favorite Eric Clapton albums if you love the blues, as I do, or just love good music than this is for you. Read more/5().
  4. Volrajas

    tf 9th Dec This was my personal all time favorite Eric Clapton track. I don't know why program directors and DJ's didn't (don't) include it more into their programming, it's got everything you would ever want in any Eric Clapton track rolled into one.
  5. Gum

    Eric Clapton's self-titled solo debut is great, with a loose, bluesy feel reminiscent of Delaney & Bonnie and the first Allman Brothers Band album. Such songs as "Blues Power" and "Let It Rain" are undeniable, although "After Midnight" hasn't aged as well, probably because it's been overplayed. This is a CD that any Clapton fan must own/5().
  6. Fenrizragore

    One such song, “Don’t Know Why”, was regularly featured on stage although not included on the aforementioned live album as it was no doubt earmarked for Clapton’s solo debut. A video clip of him performing that song during the tour can be found on YouTube.
  7. Mobei

    There is so much dead wax on these albums I honestly can't understand why this couldn't be on one disc. They managed to fit it all on a single LP 35 years ago. But the music is what matters most and this is a true gem of 80's Clapton/5().
  8. Shakagis

    Eric Clapton LEFT the Bluesbreakers in AUGUST to go on the road with The Glands for a tour in Greece. YES, he REJOINED the Bluesbreakers when the Greece trip did not go to plan, and then he.

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