Watch it here! Eric Clapton has released a new music video for the Robert Johnson blues classic, "Stones In My Passway." The track is from his new album, I Still Do and was filmed in black and white while Eric and his band were at work in the recording studio.
In his 2004 DVD, Sessions For Robert J, Eric said "Stones In My Passway" is incredibly difficult to play as there's a melody on guitar underneath the vocal melody with different time signatures. For Sessions, he recorded a solo acoustic version.
Eric Clapton recently sat down with Guitar World to talk about the blues, Robert Johnson, his new album, I Still Do, the gear - old and new - used to record it, and why the lead-off track, "Alabama Women", is one of his top ten songs of all time. Eric also talks about the slide guitar players that influenced him most and reflects on the 50th Anniversary of Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton. The July issue of Guitar World is out now. You can check out an excerpt of the interview on GuitarWorld.com.
Courtesy of Director Philippe Mora and Screenbound Films, WE! has a bunch of copies of "Three Days in Auschwitz" to give away to magazine subscribers and site visitors. Keep reading for details on how to enter.
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