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Eric Clapton

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Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood  Tell the Truth   buy on itunes
The Jimmy Rodgers All Stars  That's All Right   buy on itunes
Eric Clapton  Superman Inside   buy on itunes
Duane Allman & Eric Clapton  Mean Old World (Duet Version) [Master Take]   buy on itunes
Eric Clapton  Cocaine (Live)   buy on itunes
Eric Clapton  Sweet Home Chicago   buy on itunes
Eric Clapton  The Core   buy on itunes
Eric Clapton  Before You Accuse Me   buy on itunes
Eric Clapton  If I Don't Be There by Morning   buy on itunes
Eric Clapton  Say What You Will   buy on itunes
Eric Clapton  Sick and Tired   buy on itunes
Howlin' Wolf  Rockin' Daddy   buy on itunes
Eric Clapton  Hello Old Friend   buy on itunes
Eric Clapton  Watch Yourself (Live)   buy on itunes
Eric Clapton  I'm Tore Down (Live)   buy on itunes
Eric Clapton  Fall Like Rain   buy on itunes
Phil Collins  I Wish It Would Rain Down   buy on itunes
Eric Clapton  Stop Breakin' Down Blues   buy on itunes
Eric Clapton  Born In Time   buy on itunes
B.B. King featuring Eric Clapton  Rock Me Baby   buy on itunes
Eric Clapton  Tulsa Time (Live)   buy on itunes
Eric Clapton  Travelin' Light   buy on itunes
The Jimmy Rodgers All Stars  Blues All Day Long   buy on itunes
Eric Clapton  I Ain't Gonna Stand for It   buy on itunes
Eric Clapton  Early In the Morning (Live)   buy on itunes

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Pretty much everybody wants to play with Clapton, and some of his peak moments have come in the company of pop music’s brightest stars. Forty years after joining forces in the supergroup Blind Faith, he reunited with Steve Winwood for a series of sold-out dates at Madison Square Garden, sending up sparks in a leather-jacket-tough reworking of “Tell the Truth.” In a duet version of Little Walter’s “Mean Old World,” cut during the sessions for Derek & The Dominos’ Layla, Duane Allman and Eric prove that you can amp-up the voltage without bringing in the band. And when it comes to the blues, they just don’t make ’em better than B.B. King, who stands neck to neck with Clapton, trading licks — and vocals — in a mojo-grindin’ workout on “Rock Me Baby.”
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