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Lonely Years - Eric Clapton Featured With John Mayalls Bluesbreakers* - Steppin Out



Label: Rainbow Music Group - RCS 499077 • Format: Cassette Compilation, Reissue • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock
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Blues Breakers with Bama Gray - Gibb Droll Band - Dharma Clapton a. Clapton left to form Cream after this recording, though would team up again in for the double LP Back to the Roots. Originally, John Mayall intended for his second album to be also a live one in order to capture the guitar solos performed by Eric Clapton. The recordings of the concert, however, were of bad quality Lonely Years - Eric Clapton Featured With John Mayalls Bluesbreakers* - Steppin Out were scrapped.

This guitar which was stolen in ; its whereabouts remain unknown [5] is also called the "Blues Breaker" or "Beano" Les Paul and a replica of which was reissued by Gibson in Augmenting the band on this album was a horn section added during post-production [ citation needed ]with Alan Skidmore Wet - Thick:Dick* - Tribal Seduction, Johnny Almondand Derek Healey misrepresented on the sleeve as the then- Secretary of State for DefenceLonely Years - Eric Clapton Featured With John Mayalls Bluesbreakers* - Steppin Out Healey.

The album consists of blues standards by long-established artists such as Otis RushFreddie King and Robert Johnsonas well as a few originals penned by Mayall and Clapton. Most tracks serve as a showcase for Clapton's playing.

Although he sang on several Yardbirds' recordings, "Ramblin' on My Mind" was Clapton's first recorded solo lead vocal performance, which Eric had been reluctant to record. This edition includes all tracks in both mono and stereo: 1—12 as above in mono, 13—24 as 1—12 above in stereo. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton. Retrieved 11 December Retrieved 12 August Archived from the original on 4 July Retrieved 13 June Retrieved 27 September Random House.

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Then in August John Mayall and Eric Clapton released the single "Lonely Years", with the b-side "Bernard Jenkins", which was released by Purdah Records. The album Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton was released in July; it reached the Top Ten in the UK.