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  1. Nikree says:
    Eric Clapton - Club Full Of Blues Irving Plaza New York City, NY, USA 28th November The final performance of the US blues tour. A stunning audience recording, and the .
  2. Voodoocage says:
    Eric Clapton - Fillmore Double Blues Nights. San Francisco, Ca. - November , - Paddington - PAD - Aud 5. Disc 1: November 8,
  3. Grosho says:
    Eric Clapton () Slunky, Bad Boy, Lonesome And A Long Way From Home, After Midnight, Easy Now, Blues Power, Bottle Of Red Wine, Lovin' You Lovin' Me, Told You For The Last Time, Don't Know Why, Let It Rain Slunky, Bad Boy, Lonesome And A Long Way From Home, After Midnight, Easy Now, Blues.
  4. Mujind says:
    Jul 27,  · The CD even has Eric Clapton's picture in the front and the CD Jewel case appeared to be properly factory sealed. A+++ to amazon, I've called and getting replacement by Thursday, 18 May I will update then to see if i get the same result or i get a win and actually get Disc 2 for Clapton Blues/5().
  5. Tazahn says:
    Eric Clapton / House Of Blues Triple Nights / 6CD in s, Eric Clapton, Paddington Records /09/12 Views From The Cradle Nothing But The Blues USA Club Tour House Of Blues Los Angeles CA 3Days 11th & 12th & 13th November
  6. Jukus says:
    Official Website for news, tour dates, official merchandise and more!
  7. Tedal says:
    Eric Clapton has performed or recorded numerous blues songs. Here is an alphabetical list by song title / composer of many of them:SONG TITLE COMPOSER BluesRobert JohnsonAin’t Nobody’s BusinessBessie SmithAlbertaTrad. arr. by Huddie LedbetterBefore You Accuse MeEllas McDaniel (aka Bo Diddley)td>Blow Wind BlowMcKinley Morganfield (aka Muddy Waters)Blues All Day LongJimmy.
  8. Mezidal says:
    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.
  9. Moogutilar says:
    Eric Clapton's fiery rock guitar playing has always been tempered by the roots music from which he arose, the blues. Now Polydor has culled Clapton's '70s recordings and come up with a two-CD set, which finds the guitarist paying explicit tribute to the blues tradition and such mentors as Muddy Waters, Elmore James, and Freddie $

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