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Album Name All The Best Slow Hits. Data de lançamento Dezembro 2003. Labels Logiss Record. Estilo de MúsicaHard-Rock. Membros têm este álbum0.
This Eric Clapton discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Eric Clapton albums can be found at the top of the list. The legendary English blues guitarist played in bands like The Yardbirds and Cream, before he went solo in the '70s. This list focuses on that later period. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Eric Clapton singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums. If you want to know the Best Eric Clapton album of all time or the top Eric Clapton albums, this list will answer your questions.
Clapton Chronicles ignores Eric Clapton's 1983 Reprise debut, Money and Cigarettes (which sounded more like an RSO album, anyway), starting with the pair of Phil Collins-produced mid-'80s albums, Behind the Sun and August. Though these had a pop sheen, they were album rock holdovers. Clapton didn't get the balance between hard rock and commercial gloss right until 1989's Journeyman, whose featured songs - "Before You Accuse Me," "Bad Love," and "Pretending" - form the heart of this compilation. That's the image that prevails on Clapton Chronicles. His triple-platinum blues album From the Cradle is written out of the picture, with songs from movie soundtracks taking its place. Apart from the Babyface-produced "Change the World," these tunes are a little too self-conscious and subdued, as are selections from 1998's Pilgrim.
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Eric Clapton boasts one of the most storied discographies in rock 'n' roll. He got his start in 1963 with the Yardbirds, playing ramped-up versions of American blues and R&B songs. Within two years, he was gone, gigging with British bluesman John Mayall in his band. It was the start of a lifelong pattern for the guitarist: Before the '60s were over, he had done time in Cream, Blind Faith and Delaney and Bonnie and Friends (as well as played a searing solo on pal George Harrison's "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" from the Beatles' White Album). The opening song on Clapton's second solo album - and a No. 1 LP, thanks to the hit single "I Shot the Sheriff" (see No. 6 on our list of the Top 10 Eric Clapton Songs) - is a cover of a traditional gospel tune that includes recorded versions dating back to the '20s. Clapton turbocharges the arrangement and soars through it with one his feistiest slide solos.