Bobby Whitlock, most famously known as a member of Derek & The Dominos alongside Eric Clapton, has had his first two solo albums released on a single CD by Future Days Records, an imprint of Light In The Attic. Where There's A Will, There's A Way: The ABC-Dunhill Recordings features 21 digitally remastered tracks from his self-titled debut and Raw Velvet, both released in 1972. A veritable Who's Who of the era sat in on the sessions: Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Chris Wood of Traffic, plus Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett to name check a few.
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Expanded And Remastered Version Of Eric Clapton’s Multi-Grammy Winning, Diamond-Certified Album Features Unreleased Music And Previously Unseen Rehearsal Footage. Available Worldwide Mid-October 2013.
The Editor of Where's Eric! Magazine was clearing out a closet this weekend and tucked away were some back issues. They're available now for ordering from our online store. Better hurry if issues 35, 39, 40 or 42 are missing from your Eric Clapton collection ... they won't last long as quantities are extremely limited. Where's Eric! ships internationally.