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  • 11/11/15

    Influential New Orleans songwriter, musician and producer Allen Toussaint died Monday, 9 November of a heart attack while on tour in Madrid. Toussaint's music was influential across musical genres and a diverse array of artists covered his compositions. Eric Clapton posted a musical tribute to Toussaint on his Facebook page. Listen here:

    Want to learn more about Allen Toussaint's music? Check out http://allentoussaint.com/

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  • 10/26/15

    One of the attractions of Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival is its ability to introduce you to new artists whose name and music is completely unknown to you - with pleasant surprises! A good example is Kurt Rosenwinkel, the American jazz guitarist, who appeared at the 2013 event, in a slot that featured guests Allan Holdsworth and Eric C.

    Where’s Eric! caught up with Kurt following his recent appearance at Fasching Jazz Club in Stockholm, Sweden.

    Eric as an influence:
    I always loved Cream – Strange Brew is my jam!

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  • 10/19/15

    Cream Singles Box Set

     

    Complete US / UK singles

    10 x 7”s

    Original mono versions, deleted since ‘60s.

    Each 7” comes with an exclusively designed picture sleeve.

    Colour booklet and new sleeve notes

     

    Order your copy here 

     

     

    1.Wrapping Paper / Cat’s Squirrel

    2.I Feel Free / N.S.U

    3.Strange Brew / Tales Of Brave Ulysses

    4.Spoonful Pt.1 / Spoonful Pt.2

    5.Anyone For Tennis / Pressed Rat And Warthog

    6.Sunshine Of Your Love / SWLABR

    7.White Room / Those Were The Days

    8.Crossroads / Passing The Time

    9.Badge / What A Bringdown

    10.Lawdy Mama / Sweet Wine

     

     

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  • 08/18/15

    This autumn, Eric Clapton is coming to the big screen for a very special event in cinemas across the globe. Recorded in May this year, Eric Clapton: Live at the Royal Albert Hall celebrates his 70th birthday, 50 years in the music business and more than 200 performances at the iconic London venue that holds a special place in his heart.

     

    Experience classic songs and fan favourites from the Mississippi blues of Robert Johnson that originally inspired him, through Cream, Derek & the Dominos and the many highlights of Clapton’s long solo career.

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