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Complete Clapton


Download links and information about Complete Clapton by Eric Clapton. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Country, Pop, Psychedelic genres. It contains 37 tracks with total duration of 02:38:03 minutes.

Artist: Eric Clapton
Release date: 2007
Genre: Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Country, Pop, Psychedelic
Tracks: 37
Duration: 02:38:03
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No. Title Length
1. I Feel Free (featuring Cream) 2:52
2. Sunshine of Your Love (featuring Cream) 4:11
3. White Room (featuring Cream) 4:57
4. Crossroads (Live At Winterland) (featuring Cream) 4:07
5. Badge (featuring Cream) 2:41
6. Presence of the Lord (featuring Blind Faith) 4:47
7. After Midnight (Alternate Mix) 3:07
8. Let It Rain 5:03
9. Bell Bottom Blues (featuring Derek & The Dominos) 5:00
10. Layla (featuring Derek & The Dominos) 7:08
11. Let It Grow 4:54
12. I Shot the Sheriff 4:20
13. Knockin' On Heaven's Door 4:22
14. Hello Old Friend 3:33
15. Cocaine 3:33
16. Lay Down Sally 3:48
17. Wonderful Tonight 3:39
18. Promises 2:57
19. I Can't Stand It 4:08
20. I've Got a Rock 'N' Roll Heart 3:13
21. She's Waiting 4:58
22. Forever Man 3:11
23. It's In the Way That You Use It 4:11
24. Miss You 5:06
25. Pretending 4:43
26. Bad Love 5:14
27. Tears In Heaven 4:33
28. Layla (Unplugged Edit) 4:39
29. Running On Faith (Unplugged Edit) 6:11
30. Motherless Child 2:57
31. Change the World 3:55
32. My Father's Eyes 5:23
33. Riding With the King (featuring B. B. King) 4:23
34. Sweet Home Chicago 5:16
35. If I Had Possession Over Judgement Day 3:26
36. Ride the River (featuring J. J. Cale) 4:36
37. Complete Clapton Interview 3:01



Complete Clapton attempts to chart a career that encompasses not only several decades but an almost unprecedented array of bands and musical styles. What comes through over the course of this two-disc collection is Eric Clapton’s ability to inhabit a diverse sequence of musical settings. While peers like Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones have achieved longevity by honing a singular voice and sticking with it through shifting trends, Clapton has repeatedly coaxed his audience into uncharted territory. Who else could convincingly take us from the psychedelic tempest of “White Room” to the late-night reggae of “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door” in the span of just a few years? And from there, to the soft soul balladry of “Wonderful Tonight,” the gentle R&B of “Change the World,” and the traditional blues of “Sweet Home Chicago.” Clapton's dual talent as songwriter and guitar player is encapsulated in the two versions of “Layla” included here. While the original 1970 recording is a pinnacle of rock guitar glory, the 1992 Unplugged version illuminates the great song underneath.