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Eric Clapton (From the Cradle)

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CLASSIC ROCK Artist: Clapton, Eric Release Date: 1994 Format: CD Record Label: Reprise Genre: Rock UPC: 093624573524 Sub-Genre: Rock Pop Album Type: Performer Track listing 1. Blues Before Sunrise 2. Third Degree 3. Reconsider Baby 4. Hoochie Coochie Man 5. Five Long Years 6. I'm Tore Down 7. How Long Blues 8. Goin' Away Baby 9. Blues Leave Me Alone 10. Sinner's Prayer 11. Motherless Child 12. It Hurts Me Too 13. Someday After a While 14. Standin' Round Crying 15. Driftin' 16. Groaning the Blues Details Contributing artists: Andy Fairweather Low, Jerry Portnoy, Richie Hayward Producer: Eric Clapton, Russ Titelman Distributor: WEA (distr) Recording type: Live Recording mode: Stereo SPAR Code: n/a Album notes Personnel: Eric Clapton (vocals, guitar); Andy Fairweather-Low (guitar); Jerry Portnoy (harmonica); Tim Sanders (tenor saxophone); Simon Clarke (baritone saxophone); Roddy Lorimer (trumpet); Chris Stainton (keyboards); Dave Bronze (bass); Jim Keltner (drums); Richie Hayward (percussion). Recorded at Olympic Studios Barnes, London, England. FROM THE CRADLE won the 1995 Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Album. It was also nominated for Album Of The Year. Some 30 years after cutting BLUESBREAKERS with John Mayall, Slowhand is back--and he's plugged in, too. From the Elmore James-styled slide grunge that heralds Leroy Carr's classic "Blues Before Sunrise," to his sweet, pearly tones on an agonizingly slow "Third Degree," it's clear that FROM THE CRADLE really is your parents' Eric Clapton. Nearly every album Clapton's ever done has had a suggestion of his roots. But there's more than a suggestion of blues on impassioned, unhinged solos like "Five Long Years," "It Hurts Me Too" and "Someday After A While"--Clapton betrays a childlike pleasure in coming out from behind his pop persona, and the joy is infectious. That's because FROM THE CRADLE is recorded live...that is to say, everyone at once, with no instrumental or vocal overdubs (save for the sweet dobro obbligatos on an old-timey sounding "How Long Blues"). The slower tempos, like a lowdown "Sinner's Prayer" and the acoustic "Driftin'" really showcase his growth as a vocalist (particularly that bullfrog groan, by way of Muddy Waters, whom he honors with an especially faithful cover of "Standin' Round Crying"). And when Clapton leaves Earth orbit on Willie Dixon's "Groaning The Blues," you get the feeling Eric may never leave the blues again. More, please. Editorial reviews Included in Rolling Stone's Essential Recordings of the 90's. Rolling Stone (05/13/1999) 4.5 Stars - Very Good Plus - ...His passion seems authentic, unrehearsed, and there's a sort of moral earnestness to his plea for romantic reconciliation...his struggle with loneliness...and his soul-wrenching rejection of sadness....Clapton's slide guitar explodes the Second Coming of Elmore James... Down Beat (12/01/1994) 3 Stars - Good - ...The playing is impeccable and Clapton's voice...remains a thing of affecting simplicity... Q (10/01/1994) 4 Stars - Excellent - ...This is the plugged-in, all-blues album that old school Clapton freaks have been moaning and groaning for ever since the guitarist gave his two weeks' notice to John Mayall in July 1966... Rolling Stone (10/20/1994) Portions of this page Copyright 1948 - 2008 Muze Inc. All rights reserved. THIS CD IS FROM THE JUKEBOX COMPANY WE USE TO OWN . THIS CD IS LIKE NEW ,AND WAS PUT INTO SERVICE ON A JUKEBOX FOR A VERY SHORT TIME, IT'S SHIPPED IN A SLIMLINE JEWEL CASE WITH FRONT ARTWORK ,OTHER THEN THE WAY WE STORE THEM TO SAVE SPACE THIS IS THE SAME CD YOU WOULD BUY AT THE RECORD STORE.

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