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Eric Clapton’s eponymous solo album, originally released in 1970, represents one of rock history’s most successful reinventions. After emerging as one of the seminal guitar heroes of the ’60s, the English superstar decisively re-established his musical priorities. The album marked his transition from flashy instrumental icon to well-rounded recording artist, downplaying sonic pyrotechnics in favor of a song-focused ensemble approach that would lay the groundwork for his successful solo career.
A1. Slunky A2. Bad Boy A3. Lonesome And A Long Way From Home A4. After Midnight A5. Easy Now A6. Blues Power B1. Bottle Of Red Wine B2. Lovin' You Lovin' Me B3. I've Told You For The Last Time B4. I Don't Know Why B5. Let It Rain