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John Mayall "So Many Roads: An Anthology 1964 - 1974" Released

John Mayall's earliest recordings with Eric Clapton, Mick Fleetwood, Jack Bruce, Peter Green, Mick Taylor and John McVie from the sixties as well as Mayall's other recorded work through 1974 have been issued on the 4-CD box set "So Many Roads: An Anthology 1964-1974". The anthology collects tracks recorded during a period when Mayall released 10 albums each on Decca and Polydor. The 74 vintage tracks are newly digitally remastered from the original master tapes. The box set also features a 40-page booklet with liner notes and previously unpublished photographs.
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Clapton's new single "Diamonds Made From Rain" premieres on BBC Radio

Eric Clapton's new single "Diamonds Made From Rain" had its world-wide premiere on Simon Mayo Drivetime on 16 August on BBC Radio 2. Sheryl Crow provides backing vocals. Listen here at approximately 1:40 into Simon's show via BBC iPlayer. EC's new album, "Clapton" is out in September.
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Where’s Eric! Magazine Back Issues: Stock Running Low, Order Before It's Too Late!

Stock is starting to run low on back issues 34, 35, 37, 39 and 40 of Where’s Eric! Magazine. Once an edition is sold out, they are never reprinted. Did you miss the exclusive interview with Eric Clapton in Issue 34? Or the world-wide exclusive photos of EC’s Graffiti Stratocasters in Issue 35? Order these and the other remaining back issues before they’re gone forever. These are the ONLY back issues still available. All other issues of the magazine are completely sold out.

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Clapton: New 14-Track Album Features Mix of New Songs and Covers

Eric Clapton's new 14-track studio album, "Clapton," will be released Monday 27 September in the U.K. and the following day in the United States. It is made up of a mix of new material and covers. Several songs, like "Rocking Chair" and "When Somebody Thinks You're Wonderful," will be familiar to concert-goers as Eric and his band have been performing them on stage. The complete track list is:
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