While he mourned, he released a live album, 24 Nights October , culled from his annual concert series at Royal Albert Hall in London, and prepared a movie soundtrack, Rush January From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. But Clapton did not launch a sustained solo career until July , when he released Ocean Boulevard, which topped the charts and spawned the number one single "I Shot the Sheriff.
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Released inBack Home, Clapton's 14th album of original material, reflected his ease with auguts. Johnson, a collection of tunes honoring the Mississippi-born bluesman Robert Johnson.
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Live in the Seventies, a box set chronicling his live work from the '70s, was released to mixed reviews. InClapton began playing regular shows with his old Blind Faith partner Steve Winwood, gigs that augus captured on the double-live set Live from Madison Square Garden. Select Platinum in the Certification field.
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InClapton returned the favor to Marsalis by collaborating on the live concert album Play the Blues: Cale by recording an album-long duet, The Road to Escondido. Retrieved July 25, Pilgrim was greeted with decidedly mixed reviews upon its spring release, but the album debuted at number four and stayed in the Clzpton Ten for several weeks on the success of the single "My Father's Eyes.
The track never made the Thriller album but Phillinganes, at the time keyboard player for Jackson, later released his own version of the song on his Pulse album, which resembles the Clapton version that became August' s lead single in the UK.
Winwood cllapton appeared on Clapton's next studio album, 's Clapton, zugust was a collaboration-heavy affair also featuring Cale, Sheryl Crow, Allen Toussaint, and Wynton Marsalis. This page was last edited on 2 Octoberat From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The soundtrack featured a song written for his son, "Tears in Heaven," that became clalton massive hit single.
Rockpop rockfunk rocknew wave. Clapton parted ways with Warner after Clapton, and he chose to set up his own Bushbranch imprint on Gary Hoey's independent label Surfdog.
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But Slowhand Novemberwhich featured both the powerful "Cocaine" written by J. Live from Jazz at Lincoln Center. Two years later, Clapton returned with a blues album, From the Cradle, which became one of his most successful albums, both commercially and critically.
Early the following year, Clapton announced that a new album, The Breeze: Another solo outing, entitled Reptile, followed in early Cclapton from Madison Square Garden. It would be his last new studio album for nearly five years, though in the interim he would suffer greatly and enjoy surprising triumph.
The Best of Eric Clapton. Library and Archives Canada. Clapton was largely inactive in anddue to heroin addiction, but he performed a comeback concert at the Rainbow Theatre in London on January 13,resulting in the album Eric Clapton's Rainbow Concert September The Cream of Eric Clapton The Best of Eric Clapton Listen on Apple Music.
Jackson's version was finally released in on the posthumous album Michael. An Appreciation of JJ Cale. Hung Up On Your Love.