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on 2006/10/15 18:10:00 (2180 reads) gives you the chance to listen to "Road To Escondido", the new Eric & JJ Cale album. Full length tracks listening will be available from 16 October, on Rhapsody until the release date, Nov. 7th.
on 2006/8/25 18:20:00 (2155 reads)

To celebrate the release of "Uncovered", the new TonyJoe White album - featuring Eric on “Did Someone Make a Fool Out of You”, and are proud to give you a chance to win special autographed TONY JOE WHITE prize packs containing.

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on 2006/6/29 19:00:00 (2144 reads)

Featuring twelve songs, five of which were penned by Clapton with creative collaborator Simon Climie, "Back Home" also includes "Love Comes To Everyone" by George Harrison, the Spinners' "Love Don't Love Nobody," a rendition of Stevie Wonder and Syreeta Wright's "I'm Going Left," and compositions by Vince Gill, Doyle Bramhall II and others. See below for a complete song listing and writing credits.
Produced by Eric Clapton and Simon Climie, who together also wrote the album's debut single "Revolution," "Back Home" additionally spotlights an all-star backing band, many of whose members have worked extensively with Clapton over the years. Included are drummer Steve Gadd, bassist Nathan East, guitarists Andy Fairweather Low and Doyle Bramhall II, and keyboardists Billy Preston and Simon Climie.

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on 2006/6/22 18:20:00 (2068 reads)

Lost footage of GEORGE HARRISON and ERIC CLAPTON performing together in Japan is to resurface on a new tribute CD/DVD package to the late BEATLE.
The live footage, shot in 1991, will appear as part of a reissue of Harrison's LIVING IN THE MATERIAL WORLD, which will also feature rare tracks and B-sides.
The DVD will also feature behind-the-scenes home movie clips from 1973.
on 2006/6/6 18:20:00 (2952 reads)

Billy Preston, the "fifth Beatle" died in Arizona on Tuesday after a long illness. He was 59.
Preston who played with many artists such as Eric, The Rolling Stones, Steve Windwood ... had been in a coma at Scottsdale Healthcare Shea in Scottsdale, Arizona, since last November after suffering kidney failure and related illnesses. According to his sister, Lettie Preston, his condition worsened over the weekend.
His funeral will take place in Los Angeles.