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461 Ocean Blvd. (Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about 461 Ocean Blvd. (Deluxe Edition) by Eric Clapton. This album was released in 1974 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 02:21:32 minutes.

Artist: Eric Clapton
Release date: 1974
Genre: Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 26
Duration: 02:21:32
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No. Title Length
1. Motherless Children 4:46
2. Give Me Strength 2:51
3. Willie and the Hand Jive 3:29
4. Get Ready 3:47
5. I Shot the Sheriff 4:23
6. I Can't Hold Out 4:12
7. Please Be With Me 3:26
8. Let It Grow 4:58
9. Steady Rollin' Man 3:12
10. Mainline Florida 4:04
11. Walkin' Down the Road 5:15
12. Ain't That Lovin You 5:28
13. Meet Me (Down At the Bottom) 6:57
14. Eric After Hours Blues 4:21
15. B Minor Jam 7:11
16. Smile (Live At Hammersmith) 4:39
17. Let It Grow (Live At Hammersmith) 6:23
18. Can't Find My Way Home (Live At Hammersmith) 4:49
19. I Shot the Sheriff (Live) 7:49
20. Tell the Truth (Live At Hammersmith) 7:03
21. The Sky Is Crying / Have You Ever Loved a Woman / Rambling On My Mind 7:23
22. Little Wing (Live At Hammersmith) 6:49
23. Singin' the Blues (Live At Hammersmith) 7:42
24. Badge (Live At Hammersmith) 8:36
25. Layla (Live At Hammersmith) 5:26
26. Let It Rain (Live At Hammersmith) 6:33



This 1974 release, his first studio album in four years (and first since kicking his heroin problems), announced the arrival of a new Clapton: desperately trying to shed his guitar-god reputation, he emerged as a more polished, more focused mainstream rocker. Sure, there are still a number of blues covers and ample six-string wizardry to be found here ("Motherless Children," "Steady Rollin' Man"), but there's also a laid-back, easy flow. Clapton's own songwriting ("Give Me Strength," "Let It Grow") showed a newfound emotional maturity, and his cover of Bob Marley's "I Shot the Sheriff" (amazingly, a chart-topping single) found him expanding his musical horizons. 461 balances Clapton's guitar mastery, songwriting skills, relaxed vocals, and refined taste as well as anything he's recorded.