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8 thoughts on “ Hold Me Now - Eric Clapton - No Turning Back (CD) ”

  1. Hold Me Lord: Something Special: I'd Love To Say I Love You: Catch Me If You Can: Reviews. Mike Griffin: Rating: 8/ 4 December I just got this CD, so its a bit early for me to review it, but its got a laid back country/type feel to it. If you liked "Lay Down Sally", "Promises" sounding Clapton, You will enjoy.
  2. Eric Patrick Clapton, CBE (born 30 March ), is an English rock and blues guitarist, singer, and songwriter. He 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 of quiletamachicanquonilesheatsbabest.xyzinfon has been referred to as one of the most important and influential guitarists of all time.
  3. Elegance is not a word normally associated with Eric Clapton (except for 24 Nights). But. this album has it and earned a rare 5-star rating from me for three songs. First, Clapton's lovely interpretation of How Deep is the Ocean. Second is Doyle Bramhall II's Diamonds Made From Rain, by /5().
  4. Clapton with Muddy Waters onstage in Chicago in (Image credit: Paul Natkin / Getty) Back in the early sixties, when you were playing with the Yardbirds, you worked with Sonny Boy Williamson II, who knew Robert Johnson. Did you ever ask him about Robert? “No, partly because we became enemies on the first day we met.
  5. Tracklist: So Tired Say What You Will I'm Going Left Love Don't Love Nobody Revolution Love Comes To Everyone Lost And Found Piece Of My Heart One Day One Track Mind Run Home To Me Back Home.
  6. Mar 21,  · Turn Up Down: The Unreleased Album (Godfather Records GR). Surrey Sound Studios, Leatherhead, Surrey, England – March to April, (): Blues Instrumental #1, There Ain’t No Money, Game’s Up, Rita Mae, Freedom, Evangelia, Home Lovin’, Hold Me Lord, Something Special, I’d Love To Say I Love You, Catch Me If You Can, Blues Instrumental #2.
  7. The coming together of artists as distinctive as Eric Clapton and B.B. King is a major event, rife with expectations from even the most cynical blues fan. And thankfully, Riding with the King is true to the best of both B.B. King and Clapton's recordings. The John Hiatt-penned title cut finds both artists singing and playing guitar along with Andy Fairweather-Low and Doyle Bramhall II, the son Price: $
  8. Eric Clapton – No Turning Back (Tricone ) slowhander March 7, Clapton, Eric, Tricone label Leave a comment Views. Eric Clapton – No Turning Back (Tricone ) Nagoya Civic Hall, Aichi, Japan – October 9, Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan – October 10, After this comes the dull Hold Me Now which falls far.

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