Now thru June 11, encore performances of Eric Clapton: I Still Do - An Intimate Discussion About Rock, The Blues And Shepherd's Pie will air on U.S. cable television channels MTV Live and VH1 Classic. The hour-long special debuted on the channels on 20 May, to coincide with the release of the guitarist's newest album, I Still Do, on Bushbranch / Surfdog Records.
Where's Eric! Editor Tony Edser examines Eric Clapton's new studio album, I Still Do, track by track. Released everywhere today, it's available in a variety of physical and digital formats. Produced by Glyn Johns, the musicians are EC's longtime touring band - Andy Fairweather Low, Chris Stainton, Paul Carrack, Henry Spinetti, Dave Bronze, Michelle John and Sharon White - augmented in the studio by Simon Climie, Dirk Powell, Walt Richmond, Ethan Johns and the elusive "Angelo Mysterioso."
Check out Eric Clapton and producer, Glyn Johns, talking about the new album in the EPK for I Still Do, out this Friday, 20 May. The 12 track album was recorded on tape at British Grove Studios in London, rather than digitally. For Eric, it was also a long overdue opportunity to work again with Glyn - next year will mark forty years that they recorded the classic album, Slowhand.
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