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  • Performer: Eric Clapton
  • Album: At His Best
  • FLAC: 1104 mb | MP3: 1345 mb
  • Released: 1972
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Blues Rock, Electric Blues, Soft Rock, Classic Rock
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 975
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Eric Clapton - At His Best album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Bottle Of Red Wine
Bass – Carl RadleDrums – Jim GordonGuitar – Stephen StillsOrgan, Vocals – Bobby WhitlockPiano – John Simon, Leon RussellSaxophone – Bobby KeysTrumpet – Jim PriceVocals – J. I. Allison*, Rita Coolidge, Sonny CurtisVocals, Guitar [Rhythm] – Delaney BramlettVocals, Written-By – Bonnie Bramlett, Eric Clapton
3:06
A2 Anyday
Drums, Percussion, Piano – Jim GordonGuitar – Duane AllmanWritten-By, Acoustic Guitar, Organ, Piano, Vocals – Bobby WhitlockWritten-By, Lead Vocals – Eric Clapton
6:33
A3 I Looked Away
Drums, Percussion, Piano – Jim GordonGuitar – Duane AllmanWritten-By, Acoustic Guitar, Organ, Piano, Vocals – Bobby WhitlockWritten-By, Lead Vocals – Eric Clapton
3:02
A4 Let It Rain
Bass – Carl RadleDrums – Jim GordonGuitar – Stephen StillsOrgan, Vocals – Bobby WhitlockPiano – John Simon, Leon RussellSaxophone – Bobby KeysTrumpet – Jim PriceVocals – J. I. Allison*, Rita Coolidge, Sonny CurtisVocals, Guitar [Rhythm] – Delaney BramlettVocals, Written-By – Bonnie Bramlett, Eric Clapton
5:07
A5 Lonesome And A Long Way From Home
Bass – Carl RadleDrums – Jim GordonGuitar – Stephen StillsOrgan, Vocals – Bobby WhitlockPiano – John SimonSaxophone – Bobby KeysTrumpet – Jim PriceVocals – Eric Clapton, J. I. Allison*, Rita Coolidge, Sonny CurtisVocals, Guitar [Rhythm] – Delaney BramlettVocals, Written-By – Bonnie BramlettWritten-By, Piano – Leon Russell
3:43
B1 Sea Of Joy
Bass, Guitar – Rik Grech*Drums – Ginger BakerWritten-By, Vocals, Organ, Guitar – Steve Winwood
5:23
B2 Layla
Acoustic Guitar – Bobby WhitlockGuitar – Duane AllmanWritten-By – Eric ClaptonWritten-By, Drums, Percussion, Piano – Jim Gordon
7:01
B3 Blues Power
Bass – Carl RadleDrums – Jim GordonGuitar – Stephen StillsOrgan, Vocals – Bobby WhitlockPiano – John SimonSaxophone – Bobby KeysTrumpet – Jim PriceVocals – Bonnie Bramlett, J. I. Allison*, Rita Coolidge, Sonny CurtisVocals, Guitar [Rhythm] – Delaney BramlettVocals, Written-By – Eric ClaptonWritten-By, Piano – Leon Russell
3:10
B4 Bell Bottom Blues
Acoustic Guitar – Bobby WhitlockDrums, Percussion, Piano – Jim GordonGuitar – Duane AllmanWritten-By – Eric Clapton
5:00
C1 After Midnight
Bass – Carl RadleDrums – Jim GordonGuitar – Stephen StillsOrgan, Vocals – Bobby WhitlockPiano – John Simon, Leon RussellSaxophone – Bobby KeysTrumpet – Jim PriceVocals – Bonnie Bramlett, Eric Clapton, J. I. Allison*, Rita Coolidge, Sonny CurtisVocals, Guitar [Rhythm] – Delaney BramlettWritten-By – John J. Cale*
3:11
C2 Keep On Growing
Drums, Percussion, Piano – Jim GordonGuitar – Duane AllmanWritten-By – Eric ClaptonWritten-By, Acoustic Guitar – Bobby Whitlock
6:10
C3 Little Wing
Acoustic Guitar – Bobby WhitlockDrums, Percussion, Piano – Jim GordonGuitar – Duane AllmanWritten-By – Jimi Hendrix
5:31
C4 Presence Of The Lord
Bass, Guitar – Rik Grech*Drums – Ginger BakerVocals, Organ, Guitar – Steve WinwoodWritten-By – Eric Clapton
4:48
D1 Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad?
Drums, Percussion, Piano – Jim GordonGuitar – Duane AllmanWritten-By – Eric ClaptonWritten-By, Acoustic Guitar – Bobby Whitlock
4:41
D2 Easy Now
Bass – Carl RadleDrums – Jim GordonGuitar – Stephen StillsOrgan, Vocals – Bobby WhitlockPiano – John Simon, Leon RussellSaxophone – Bobby KeysTrumpet – Jim PriceVocals – Bonnie Bramlett, J. I. Allison*, Rita Coolidge, Sonny CurtisVocals, Guitar [Rhythm] – Delaney BramlettVocals, Written-By – Eric Clapton
2:58
D3 Slunky
Bass – Carl RadleDrums – Jim GordonGuitar – Stephen StillsOrgan, Vocals – Bobby WhitlockPiano – John Simon, Leon RussellSaxophone – Bobby KeysTrumpet – Jim PriceVocals – J. I. Allison*, Rita Coolidge, Sonny CurtisVocals, Guitar [Rhythm] – Delaney BramlettVocals, Written-By – Bonnie Bramlett, Eric Clapton
3:33
D4 Key To The Highway
Acoustic Guitar – Bobby WhitlockDrums, Percussion, Piano – Jim GordonGuitar – Duane AllmanWritten-By – Willie Broonzy*, Charles Segar
9:39

Credits

  • Executive Producer – Tom Dowd
  • Guitar – Eric Clapton
  • Producer – Jimmy Miller (tracks: B1, C4)
  • Producer, Arranged By – Delaney Bramlett (tracks: A1, A4, A5, B3, C1, D2, D3), The Dominos (tracks: A2, A3, B2, B4, C2, C3, D1, D4)
  • Recorded By [Recording Engineer] – Bill Halverson (tracks: A1, A4, A5, B3, C1, D2, D3), Chuck Kirkpatrick (tracks: A2, A3, B2, B4, C2, C3, D1, D4), Howie Albert* (tracks: A2, A3, B2, B4, C2, C3, D1, D4), Carl Richardson* (tracks: A2, A3, B2, B4, C2, C3, D1, D4), Mac Emmerman* (tracks: A2, A3, B2, B4, C2, C3, D1, D4), Ron Albert (tracks: A2, A3, B2, B4, C2, C3, D1, D4)

Notes

Top folding envelope sleeve.
(P)1972 Polydor Incorporated

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2659 025 Eric Clapton At His Best ‎(2xLP, Comp) RSO 2659 025 UK 1973
POL L 3503 Eric Clapton At His Best ‎(Reel, Comp, Dou) Polydor POL L 3503 US 1972
2668 009 Eric Clapton At His Best ‎(2xLP, Comp) Polydor 2668 009 Canada 1972
MW 9037/8 Eric Clapton At His Best ‎(2xLP, Comp) RSO MW 9037/8 Japan Unknown
PD 3503, PD-3503 Eric Clapton At His Best ‎(2xLP, Comp, 6-A) Polydor, Polydor PD 3503, PD-3503 US 1972

Eric Clapton doing an awesome version from his "At His Best" album.

50 USD. Item Description. Title Clapton At His Best. Format 12 Inch Vinyl Album (33 RPM). Label and Catalog Number Polydor PD-3503.

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All the great songs and lyrics from the "Eric Clapton at His Best" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Eric Patrick Clapton, CBE (born 30 March 1945) is an English guitarist and singer-songwriter. Clapton is the only three-time inductee to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: once as a solo artist, and separately as a member of The Yardbirds and Cream. Clapton has been referred to as one of the most imp. ore . Year: 1972.

Nope, this for me is Clapton at his best. But check out the repeated string bend halfway through. Eric Clapton - Five Long Years (From The Cradle, 1994). It was just him doing blues covers, using his own style, but making each track a little tribute to his heroes. He did a version of Five Long Years that’s just unbelievable.

In September 2009, Eric released his 19th studio album, Clapton. Run Back To Your Side", one of the album tracks, received a Grammy nomination for Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance. The following years have seen the release of solo albums Old Sock (2013), I Still Do (2016) and Happy Xmas (2018), a live recorded collaboration with jazz great Wynton Marsalis and as Eric Clapton and Friends, an album of songs honoring . Then, there are the more than 200 recording sessions and live guest appearances for artists ranging from Aretha to Zucchero. An unflinching documentary about his life, Eric Clapton: Life In 12 Bars premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in September 2017.

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