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  • 04/21/11

    In March 1980, Eric Clapton joined Gary Brooker in the studio to help record Gary's new single along with Dave Markee (bass), Henry Spinetti (drums) and Gallagher and Lyle (backing vocals). They recorded "Leave The Candle" b/w "Chasing The Chop." Released by Chrysalis in April 1981, it has been much sought after by collector's of both Brooker's and Clapton's music for many years. On 30 May, Estoteric Recordings will re-release Brooker's second solo album, Lead Me To The Water with "Chasing The Chop" as a bonus track.

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  • 04/15/11

    Where's Eric! is celebrating the legacy of Derek And The Dominos and the release of the 40th Anniversary Layla Editions with a series of exclusive feature articles and news through 26 April. This installment examines the Dominos shows every Clapton fan should know. It was compiled by our resident panel of Dominos experts, all long-time contributors to Where's Eric!.

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  • 04/13/11

    Robbie Robertson's recently released his fifth solo album, How To Become Clairvoyant. The 12-track disc is loaded with guest musicians including Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Tom Morello, Trent Reznor and Robert Randolph. Robertson co-produced the album with Marius de Vries, his long-time collaborator. Rolling Stone gave it four-stars and Goldmine raved, "this soulful record is Robertson's best yet." Now through 1 May, Where's Eric!

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  • 04/09/11

    Two iconic musicians teamed up at New York City's Rose Theater to explore the shared musical ground between New Orleans, the Delta and Chicago this week. Eric Clapton and Wynton Marsalis, joined by eight other stellar musicans performed the works of W.C. Handy, Louis Armstrong, Howlin' Wolf, Big Maceo and more. The only nod to EC's career was "Layla" - EC even admitted he didn't want it in the set.

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