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Re: Début tournée
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Here are more photos of EC`s visit at Po Leung Kuk

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Re: Début tournée
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What a phenomenal version from Old Love in Bangkok!!

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Posted on: 2011/2/19 15:11
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Re: Début tournée
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Here is a review from a french couple

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Another review:
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I hope for a few changes in the setlist for the shows in May at the RAH

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Posted on: 2011/2/13 19:02
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March Edition of Classic Rock Magazine Featuring EC
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Thanks mostly to Clapton’s astonishing playing, John Mayall’s Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton in 1966 became one of the most influential albums in rock, and Clapton became the first true guitar god. We look at the making of the Beano album. Plus: The Best Of Eric Clapton: guitar stars and experts choose and comment on Clapton’s 20 best tracks. And: The Worst Of Eric Clapton: from God to clod. Charles Shaar Murray on how the most exciting guitarist in the world sold his soul to MTV and MOR – and how he’s making up for it.



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Posted on: 2011/2/13 18:51
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Re: Robbie Robertson & Eric Clapton in the recording studio
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The lead single of the album "He Don't Live Here No More" features EC on harmony vocal and electric and slide guitars alongside Robertson’s soulful gut string guitar solo.

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Posted on: 2011/1/25 15:24
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Re: 13 Janvier - EC @ Paul Jones Charity Gig
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New year, new look

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Here you can see and listen to EC.

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Posted on: 2011/1/15 15:16
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Re: Robbie Robertson & Eric Clapton in the recording studio
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Thank you, Arnaud for posting these 2 video-clips.
Ec performs on 6 tracks.

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Posted on: 2011/1/6 16:20
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Re: Robbie Robertson & Eric Clapton in the recording studio
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How To Become Clairvoyant, Robbie Robertson's First Album in Over a Decade,
Is Due Out April 5, 2011 on 429 Records

Produced By Marius de Vries And Robertson
Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Robert Randolph, Trent Reznor And Tom Morello
are Featured

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- On April 5, 2011, 429 Records will
release How To Become Clairvoyant, Robbie Robertson's fifth solo album and
his first record in more than 10 years. Guitar virtuosos Eric Clapton (who
co-wrote three tracks with Robertson), Tom Morello and Robert Randolph guest
on the album, which Robertson co-produced with Marius de Vries. How To
Become Clairvoyant also features Steve Winwood and Trent Reznor as well as
vocalists Angela McCluskey, Rocco Deluca, Dana Glover and Taylor Goldsmith
of Dawes. Bassist Pino Palladino and drummer Ian Thomas lay down the groove
throughout.

On his last two albums – Music for The Native Americans (1994) and Contact
from the Underworld of Redboy (1998) – Robertson explored his ancestry. Now,
with How To Become Clairvoyant, he takes on his rock heritage, delivering
his first-ever song about leaving The Band, the evocative "This Is Where I
Get Off." "What is lost? What is missing?" Robertson asks on "When The Night
Was Young," a poignant reflection on youthful idealism. "We could change the
world/stop the war…but that was back when the night was young."


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Posted on: 2011/1/4 17:23
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Re: Christmas with Eric
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Hi Morgane,

here a link to the interview. There are still 4 days left to listen.

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The interview starts at 00:04.50.


Quote:

1. Bob Dylan – Here Comes Santa Claus
One of Eric’s favorite Christmas Songs

2. Traveling Alone – from “Clapton”
A song recommended to Eric by Jimmy Vaughan

3. Lil’ Son Jackson – Roberta

4. When Someone Thinks You’re Wonderful – from “Clapton”
One of the songs that cheered Eric up after his gall bladder operation last year (the other one is My Very Good Friend The Milkman)

5. Fats Waller – Blue Turning Gray Over You
A Fats Waller Song chosen by Eric

6. Robert Wilkins – That’s No Way To Get Along

7. Everything Will Be Alright – from “Clapton”

8. Citizen Cope – Hands Of The Saints

9. JJ Cale – Guitar Man

10. Autumn Leaves – from “Clapton”



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Re: Joyeux Noël
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I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

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