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Eric Clapton Discography (45 CD lossless)

Eric Clapton Discography
Rock, Blues | 45 CD | 1965-2006 | Flac | 23 GB | RS; text file with links

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Eric Patrick Clapton, CBE (born 30 March 1945), is an English blues-rock guitarist, singer, songwriter and composer. He is “probably most famous for his mastery of the Stratocaster guitar”.

He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of The Yardbirds, of Cream, and as a solo performer. Often viewed by critics and fans alike as one of the greatest guitarists of all time, Clapton was ranked fourth in Rolling Stone Magazine’s list of the “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time” and #53 on their list of the Immortals: 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.

Although Clapton’s musical style has varied throughout his career, it has remained rooted in the blues. Despite this focus he is credited as an innovator in a wide variety of genres, including blues-rock (with John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers and The Yardbirds) and psychedelic rock (with Cream). Clapton’s chart success was also not limited to the blues, with chart-toppers in Delta blues (Me and Mr. Johnson), pop (“Change the World”) and reggae (Bob Marley’s “I Shot the Sheriff”). One of his most successful recordings was the hit love song “Layla”, which he played with the band Derek and the Dominos.

1964: Sonny Boy Williamson and The Yardbirds

1) Bye Bye Bird 2) Mister Downchild 3) 23 Hours Too Long
4)Out On The Water Coast 5) Baby Don’t Worry 6) Pontiac Blues
7)Take It Easy Baby 8)I Don’t Care No More 9)Do The Weston

1965: For Your Love (Yardbirds)

1) For Your Love 2) I’m Not Talking 3) Putty (In Your Hands)
4) I Ain’t Got You 5) Got To Hurry 6) I Ain’t Done Wrong 7) I Wish You Would
8) A Certain Girl 9) Sweet Music 10) Good Morning Little Schoolgirl 11) My Girl Sloopy

1965: Having A Rave Up (Yardbirds)

1) Mr You’re A Better Man Than I 2) Evil Hearted You 3) I’m A Man
4) Still I’m Sad 5) Heart Full Of Soul 6) Train Kept A-Rollin’ 7) Smokestack Lightning
8) Respectable 9) I’m A Man 10) Here ‘Tis.

1966: With Eric Clapton (John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers)

1) All Your Love 2) Hideaway 3) Little Girl 4) Another Man
5) Double Crossin’ Time 6) What’d I Say 7) Key To Love 8) Parchman Farm
9) Have You Heard 10) Ramblin’ On My Mind 11) Steppin’ Out 12) It Ain’t Right.

1966: Fresh Cream (Cream)

1) I Feel Free 2) N. S. U. 3) Sleepy Time Time 4) Dreaming 5) Sweet Wine
6) Spoonful 7) Cat’s Squirrel 8) Four Until Late
9) Rollin’ And Tumblin’ 10) I’m So Glad 11) Toad

1967: Disraeli Gears (Cream)

1) Strange Brew 2) Sunshine Of Your Love 3) World Of Pain
4) Dance The Night Away 5) Blue Condition 6) Tales Of Brave Ulysses
7) Swlabr 8) We’re Going Wrong 9) Outside Woman Blues
10) Take It Back 11) Mother’s Lament.

1968: Wheels Of Fire (Cream)

1) White Room 2) Sitting On Top Of The World 3) Passing The Time
4) As You Said 5) Pressed Rat And Warthog 6) Politician 7)
Those Were The Days 8) Born Under A Bad Sign 9) Deserted Cities Of The Heart
10) Crossroads 11) Spoonful 12) Traintime 13) Toad.

1969: Goodbye Cream (Cream)

1) I’m So Glad 2) Politician 3) Sitting On Top Of The World 4) Badge
5) Doing That Scrapyard Thing 6) What A Bringdown 7) Anyone For Tennis.

1969: Blind Faith (Blind Faith)

1) Had To Cry Today 2) Can’t Find My Way Home 3) Well All Right
4) Presence Of The Lord 5) Sea Of Joy 6) Do What You Like.

1970: On Tour With Eric Clapton (Delaney & Bonnie & Friends)

1)Things Get Better 2)Poor Elijah 3)Only You Know and I Know
4)I Don’t Want to Discuss It 5)That’s What My Man Is For
6)Where There’s a Will There’s a Way
7)Comin’ Home 8)Little Richard Medley

1970: Live Cream (Cream)

1) N. S. U. 2) Sleepy Time Time 3) Sweet Wine 4) Rollin’ And Tumblin’ 5) Lawdy Mama.

1972: Live Cream Volume II (Cream)

1) Deserted Cities Of The Heart 2) White Room 3) Politician
4) Tales Of Brave Ulysses 5) Sunshine Of Your Love 6) Steppin’ Out.

1970: Eric Clapton

1) Slunky 2) Bad Boy 3) Lonesome And A Long Way From Home
4) After Midnight 5) Easy Now 6) Blues Power 7) Bottle Of Red Wine
8) Lovin’ You Lovin’ Me 9) I’ve Told You For The Last Time
10) Don’t Know Why 11) Let It Rain.

1970: Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs (Derek and the Dominos)

1) I Looked Away 2) Bell Bottom Blues 3) Keep On Growing
4) Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out 5) I Am Yours 6) Anyday
7) Key To The Highway 8) Tell The Truth 9) Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad?
10) Have You Ever Loved A Woman 11) Little Wing
12) It’s Too Late 13) Layla 14) Thorn Tree In The Garden.

1970: Live At The Fillmore
1) Got To Get Better In A Little While 2) Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
3) Key To The Highway 4) Blues Power
5) Have You Ever Loved A Woman 6) Bottle Of Red Wine

Tracks CD II: 1) Tell The Truth 2) Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out
3) Roll It Over 4) Presence Of The Lord 5) Little Wing 6) Let It Rain 7) Crossroad

[i1973: Rainbow Concert

1) Layla 2) Badge 3) Blues Power 4) Roll It Over 5) Little Wing
6) Bottle Of Red Wine 7) After Midnight 8) Bell Bottom Blues
9) Presence Of The Lord 10) Tell The Truth 11) Pearly Queen
12) Key To The Highway 13) Let It Rain 14) Crossroads.

1974: 461 Ocean Boulevard

1) Motherless Children 2) Willie And The Hand Jive
3) Get Ready 4) I Shot The Sheriff 5) I Can’t Hold Out 6) Please Be With Me
7) Let It Grow 8) Steady Rollin’ Man 9) Mainline Florida 10) Give Me Strength.

1975: There’s One In Every Crowd

1) We’ve Been Told (Jesus Coming Soon) 2) Swing Low Sweet Chariot
3) Little Rachel 4) Don’t Blame Me 5) The Sky Is Crying
6) Singin’ The Blues 7) Better Make It Through Today
8) Pretty Blue Eyes 9) High 10) Opposites.

1975: E. C. Was Here

1) Have You Ever Loved A Woman 2) Presence Of The Lord 3) Drifting Blues
4) Can’t Find My Way Home 5) Rambling On My Mind
6) Further On Up The Road.

1976: No Reason To Cry

1) Beautiful Thing 2) Carnival 3) Sign Language 4) County Jail Blues
5) All Our Past Times 6) Hello Old Friend 7) Double Trouble
8) Innocent Times 9) Hungry 10) Black Summer Rain 11) Last Night.

1977: Slowhand

1) Cocaine 2) Wonderful Tonight 3) Lay Down Sally 4) Next Time You See Her
5) We’re All The Way 6) The Core 7) May You Never
8) Mean Old Frisco 9) Peaches And Diesel.

1978: Backless

1) Walk Out In The Rain 2) Watch Out For Lucy 3) I’ll Make Love To You Anytime
4) Roll It 5) Tell Me That You Love Me 6) If I Don’t Be There By Morning
7) Early In The Morning 8) Promises 9) Golden Ring 10) Tulsa Time.

1980: Just One Night

1) Tulsa Time 2) Early In The Morning 3) Lay Down Sally 4) Wonderful Tonight
5) If I Don’t Be There By Morning 6) Worried Life Blues
7) All Our Past Times 8) After Midnight
1) Double Trouble 2) Setting Me Up 3) Blues Power
4) Rambling On My Mind 5) Cocaine 6) Further On Up The Road.

1981: Another Ticket

1) Something Special 2) Black Rose 3) Blow Wind Blow 4) Another Ticket
5) I Can’t Stand It 6) Hold Me Lord 7) Floating Bridge
8) Catch Me If You Can 9) Rita Mae.

1983: Money And Cigarettes

1) Everybody Oughta Make A Change 2) The Shape You’re In 3) Ain’t Going Down
4) I’ve Got A Rock ‘N’ Roll Heart 5) Man Overboard 6) Pretty Girl
7) Man In Love 8) Crosscut Saw 9) Slow Down Linda 10) Crazy Country Hop.

1985: Behind The Sun

1) She’s Waiting 2) See What Love Can Do 3) Same Old Blues 4) Knock On Wood
5) Something’s Happening 6) Forever Man 7) It All Depends 8) Tangled In Love
9) Never Make You Cry 10) Just Like A Prisoner 11) Behind The Sun.

1986: August

1) It’s In The Way That You Use It 2) Run 3) Tearing Us Apart 4) Bad Influence
5) Walk Away 6) Hung Up On Your Love 7) Take A Chance 8) Hold On
9) Miss You 10) Holy Mother 11) Behind The Mask 12) Grand Illusion.

1988: Crossroads 1
1989: Journeyman

1) Pretending 2) Anything For Your Love 3) Bad Love 4) Running On Faith
5) Hard Times 6) Hound Dog 7) No Alibis 8) Run So Far
9) Old Love 10) Breaking Point 11) Lead Me On 12) Before You Accuse Me.

1991: Rush

1) New Recruit 2) Tracks And Lines 3) Realization 4) Kristen And Jim
5) Preludin Fugue 6) Cold Turkey 7) Will Gaines 8) Help Me Up
9) Don’t Know Which Way To Go 10) Tears In Heaven.

1991: Back Home
1991: 24 Nights

1) Badge 2) Running On Faith 3) White Room 4) Sunshine Of Your Love
5) Watch Yourself 6) Have You Ever Loved A Woman
7) Worried Life Blues 8) Voodoo Man
1) Pretending 2) Bad Love 3) Old Love 4) Wonderful Tonight
5) Bell Bottom Blues 6) Hard Times 7) Edge Of Darkness.

1992: Unplugged

1) Signe 2) Before You Accuse Me 3) Hey Hey 4) Tears In Heaven
5) Lonely Stranger 6) Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out
7) Layla 8) Running On Faith 9) Walkin’ Blues 10) Alberta
11) San Francisco Bay Blues 12) Malted Milk 13) Old Love 14) Rollin’ And Tumblin’.

1994: From The Cradle

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.

1995: The Cream Of Clapton

1)After Midnight 2)Badge 3)Bell Bottom Blues 4)Blues Power 5)Cocaine
6)Cross Road Blues (Crossroads) 7)Hello Old 8)Friend 9)I Can’t Stand It
10)I Feel Free 11)I Shot The Sheriff 12)Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
13)Layla 14)Let It Grow 15)Let It Rain 16)Presence Of The Lord
17)Promises 18)Sunshine Of Your Love 19)White Room 20)Wonderful Tonight

1996: Crossroads 2

1) Walkin’ Down The Road 2) Have You Ever Loved A Woman
3) Willie And The Hand Jive/Get Ready 4) Can’t Find My Way Home
5) Driftin’ Blues/Rambling On My Mind 6) Presence Of The Lord
7) Rambling On My Mind/Have You Ever Loved A Woman 8) Little Wing
9) The Sky Is Crying/Have You Ever Loved A Woman/Rambling On My Mind
1) Layla 2) Further On Up The Road 3) I Shot The Sheriff 4) Badge
5) Driftin’ Blues 6) Eyesight To The Blind/Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad?
1) Tell The Truth 2) Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door 3) Stormy Monday
4) Lay Down Sally 5) The Core 6) We’re All The Way 7) Cocaine
8) Goin’ Down Slow/Rambling On My Mind 9) Mean Old Frisco
1) Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever 2) Worried Life Blues 3) Tulsa Time
4) Early In The Morning 5) Wonderful Tonight 6) Kind Hearted Woman
7) Double Trouble 8) Crossroads 9) To Make Somebody Happy
10) Cryin’ 11) Water On The Ground.

1998: Pilgrim

1) My Father’s Eyes 2) River Of Tears 3) Pilgrim 4) Broken Hearted
5) One Chance 6) Circus 7) Going Down Slow 8) Fall Like Rain
9) Born In Time 10) Sick And Tired 11) Needs His Woman 12) She’s Gone
13) You Were There 14) Inside Of Me.

1998: From Yardbirds To Bluesbreakers

1)Chocker 2)I wish you would 3)Snake drive 4)For your love
5)Draggin’ my tail 6)A certain girl 7)Freight loader
8)Got to hurry 9)West coast idea

1999: Blues (Includes Bonus Disc Of Jams)

2000: Riding With The King (B.B.King)

1) Riding With The King 2) Ten Long Years 3) Key To The Highway
4) Marry You 5) Three O’Clock Blues 6) Help The Poor 7) I Wanna Be
8) Worried Life Blues 9) Days Of Old 10) When My Heart Beats Like A Hammer
11) Hold On I’m Coming 12) Come Rain Or Come Shine.

2001: Reptile

1) Reptile 2) Got You On My Mind 3) Travelin’ Light 4) Believe In Life
5) Come Back Baby 6) Broken Down 7) Find Myself
8) I Ain’t Gonna Stand For It 9) I Want A Little Girl 10) Second Nature
11) Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight 12) Modern Girl
13) Superman Inside 14) Son And Sylvia.

2002: One More Car One More Rider

1)Key To The Highway 2)Reptile 3)Got You On My Mind 4)Tears In Heaven
5)Bell Bottom Blues 6)Change The World 7)My Father’s Eyes
8)River Of Tears 9)Goin’ Down Slow 10)She’s Gone
1)I Want a Little Girl 2)Badge 3)Hoochie Coochie Man
4)Have You Ever Loved a Woman 5)Cocaine
6)Wonderful Tonight 7)Layla 8)Sunshine of Your Love
9)Over the Rainbow

2004: Me & Mr Johnson

1)When You Got a Good Friend 2)Little Queen of Spades 3)They’re Red Hot
4)Me and the Devil Blues 5)Traveling Riverside Blues 6)Last Fair Deal Gone
7)Stop Breakin’ Down Blues 8)Milkcow’s Calf Blues 9)Kind Hearted Woman Blues
10)Come on in My Kitchen 11)If I Had Possession Over Judgement Day
12)Love in Vain 13)32-20 Blues 14)Hellhound on My Trail

2005: Royal Albert Hall (Cream)

1) I’m So Glad 2) Spoonful 3) Outside Woman Blues 4) Pressed Rat & Warthog
5) Sleepy Time Time 6) N.S.U. 7) Badge 8) Politician 9) Sweet Wine
10) Rollin’ And Tumblin’ 11) Stormy Monday 12) Deserted Cities Of The Heart
1) Born Under A Bad Sign 2) We’re Going Wrong 3) Crossroads
4) White Room 5) Toad 6) Sunshine Of Your Love 7) Sleepy Time Time

2006: The Road To Escondido (J.J. Cale)

1)Danger 2)Heads in Georgia 3)Missing Person
4)When This War is Over 5)Sporting Life Blues 6)Dead End Road
7)It’s Easy 8)Hard to Thrill 9)Anyway the Wind Blows10)Three Little Girls
11)Don’t Cry Sister12)Last Will and Testament
13)Who am I Telling You? 14)Ride the River

2007: Complete Clapton

Eric Clapton – Clapton The Autobiography (Audiobook)

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Audio CD (September 28, 2004)
Original Release Date: September 28, 2004
Number of Discs: 2
Format: Original recording remastered, Extra tracks, Deluxe Edition
Label: Polydor / Umgd

Disraeli Gears was the second album by British blues-rock legends Cream.

Cream, of course, included music masters, bassist/lead vocalist Jack Bruce, guitarist Eric Clapton, and drummer Ginger Baker. They were celebrated as the first great power trio and supergroup of rock. Their sound was characterised by a hybrid of blues, pop and psychedelic rock. combined Clapton’s blues guitar playing with the powerful voice and intense basslines of Jack Bruce and the jazz-influenced drumming of Ginger Baker. They have sold over 35 million albums worldwide, while their Wheels of Fire LP was the world’s first platinum-selling double album.

Cream made a significant impact upon the popular music of the time, providing a heavy yet technically proficient musical theme that foreshadowed the emergence of bands such as Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple and The Jeff Beck Group in the late 1960s. The band’s live performances influenced progressive rock acts such as Rush, jam bands such as The Allman Brothers Band, Grateful Dead and Phish, and even heavy metal bands such as Black Sabbath.

Cream were ranked #16 on VH1’s 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock. Gears was released in November 1967 and went on to reach #5 on the UK album chart. It was also their American breakthrough, becoming a massive seller there in 1968, reaching #4 on American charts.

The album features the two classic singles “Strange Brew” and “Sunshine of Your Love“. By this time, the group was veering quite heavily away from their blues roots to indulge in more psychedelic sounds.

The title of the album, Disraeli Gears, was actually a bit of an inside joke. Eric Clapton had been thinking of buying a racing bicycle, and was discussing it with Ginger Baker, when Mick Turner, one of the roadies, commented on the performance of “those Disraeli Gears” meaning to say “derailleur gears”!! The band thought this was hilarious, and decided that it should be the title of their next album. Had it not been for Mick, the album would simply have been entitled Cream.

Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker all contributed songs with the help of lyricist Pete Brown and producer Felix Pappalardi. The track “Blue Condition” was unusual in that Baker, although by any account not a singer, took the lead vocal. The album was recorded in New York by their American label, the Atco division of Atlantic Records during the band’s stay in the United States.

The psychedelic cover art was created by Australian artist Martin Sharp, who lived in the same building as Clapton at the time of the Chelsea artists colony The Pheasantry. At their first meeting in a London club, Clapton mentioned that he had some music that needed lyrics, so Sharp wrote out a poem he had composed on a napkin and gave it to Clapton, who recorded it as “Tales of Brave Ulysses”.

When interviewed on the episode of the VH1 show, Classic Albums, which featured Disraeli Gears, Bruce stated that when writing the song “Take it Back”, he had been inspired by the contemporary media images of American students burning their draft cards and wrote the song in that spirit of rejecting militarism.

In 2004, this version of the album was released as a 2-disc Deluxe edition including the complete album in both mono and stereo, demos, alternate takes and tracks taken from the band’s live sessions on BBC radio.

Rolling Stone review (Jan 20, 1968);

Within the grooves of this record are miles of listening pleasure. Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker are simply superb musicians with the gift of unending virtuosity. The title of the album, as Eric explains it, is a pun. The group was driving along one day trying to think of names for the record, coming up with things like “Elephant Gerald” (Ella Fitzgerald) and hit upon “Disraeli Gears,” a word play on English racing bicycles which have derailer gears.

Unfortunately the album does not totally hang together, marred by some poor material. They usually compensate for what they lack as composers and songwriters by thorough brilliance of performance. But in some tracks (“We’re going Wrong,” “Dance the Night Away” and “Blue Condition,” among them), the material is too pale to support the heavy instrumental work which makes Cream such an overwhelming trio.

“Strange Brew” stands out as the most complex song and rather an unusual one in that Eric uses reverb—to stunningly mean and sensual effect—and it is really very far away from the usual blues stylings for which he has been noted. In some places in the song, it sounds like the guitar has been triple-tracked.

“Sunshine of Your Love” (an incredibly strong number) and “Tales of Brave Ulysses” are typical Cream pieces. They are structured on a simple, repeating run of heavily syncopated descending (or ascending) chords. In these songs, and on “Outside Woman Blues,” where the chord structure is classic, the beauty of Cream becomes readily evident: Clapton’s lines, Baker’s dynamics, and, to a slightly lesser extent, Bruce’s runs are so simply put together that the listener has no choice but to stand in awe of their precision, grace and exquisite sense of time.

“Swlabr” (pronounced “Slobber”?) and “Take It Back” are also two excellent cuts (these written by Jack Bruce and Peter Brown). Cream’s new album is more difficult to get into, and thus more rewarding, then the first one. Fresh Cream was recorded over a year and a half ago, at a time when the group was less than two months old. This new LP reflects a more original direction, greater musical sophistication (the guitar is double-tracked throughout) and the polish of a year together.

Despite their recorded shortcomings, Cream happens to be one of the great modern rock and roll groups. If you aren’t already hip to it, pick up on Fresh Cream (Atco 33-206) and John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers (London PS 492), a highly polished album which features Eric in a strict blues context.

On top of the music in the new LP, there is the cover done in exploding day-glo style. The photo-montage on the back is reflective of the fact that Eric Clapton happens to be a Nikon-freak.



01. Strange Brew (2:49)
02. Sunshine Of Your Love (4:12)
03. World Of Pain (3:05)
04. Dance The Night Away (3:36)
05. Blue Condition (3:32)
06. Tales Of brave Ulysses (2:49)
07. SWLABR (2:34)
08. We’re Going Wrong (3:29)
09. Outside Woman Blues (2:27)
10. Take It Back (3:07)
11. Mother’s Lament (1:49)
12. Lawdy Mama version 2 (2:50)
13. Blue Condition (Alternate Version) (3:11)
14. We’re Going Wrong (Demo) (3:49)
15. Hey Now Princess (Demo) (3:33)
16. SWLABR (Demo) (4:33)
17. Weird Of Hermiston (Demo) (3:14)
18. The Clearout (Demo) (3:55)


01. Strange Brew (Mono) (2:51)
02. Sunshine Of Your Love (Mono) (4:14)
03. World Of Pain (Mono) (3:09)
04. Dance The Night Away (Mono) (3:37)
05. Blue Condition (Mono) (3:31)
06. Tales Of Brave Ulysses (Mono) (2:53)
07. SWLABR (Mono) (2:35)
08. We’re Going Wrong (Mono) (3:28)
09. Outside Woman Blues (Mono) (2:27)
10. Take It Back (Mono) (3:08)
11. Mother’s Lament (Mono) (1:50)
12. Lawdy Mama (Version 1) (Mono) (2:04)
13. Blue Condition (Alternate Version) (Mono) (3:12)
14. Strange Brew (BBC Recording) (Mono) (3:00)
15. Tales Of Brave Ulysses (BBC Recording) (Mono) (3:39)
16. We’re Going Wrong (BBC Recording) (Mono) (3:25)
17. Born Under A Bad Sign (BBC Recording) (Mono) (3:41)
18. Outside Woman Blues (BBC Recording) (Mono) (3:18)
19. Take It Back (BBC Recording) (Mono) (2:17)
20. Politician (BBC Recording) (Mono) (3:59)
21. SWLABR (BBC Recording) (Mono) (2:32)
22. Steppin’ Out (BBC Recording) (Mono) (3:36)

* Eric Clapton – guitar, vocals
* Jack Bruce – bass, harmonica, lead vocals
* Ginger Baker – drums, percussion, vocals

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