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Even More Clapton For Record Store Day 2011

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  • March 21, 2011

    First, it was Eric Clapton: Unplugged on 2LPs pressed on 180g vinyl. Then, it was a Derek And The Dominos 7" single with newly finished vocals by Bobby Whitlock on "Got To Get Better In A Little While" (b/w "Layla"). Now, there's a third Clapton-related reason to get up early on Record Store Day: a 7" single by John Mayall and Eric Clapton out on Sundazed Records. "Lonely Years" b/w "Bernard Jenkins", which were both recorded in October 1965, are sourced from the original mono masters.

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on March 21, 2011 - 10:14pm

First, it was Eric Clapton: Unplugged on 2LPs pressed on 180g vinyl. Then, it was a Derek And The Dominos 7" single with newly finished vocals by Bobby Whitlock on "Got To Get Better In A Little While" (b/w "Layla"). Now, there's a third Clapton-related reason to get up early on Record Store Day: a 7" single by John Mayall and Eric Clapton out on Sundazed Records. "Lonely Years" b/w "Bernard Jenkins", which were both recorded in October 1965, are sourced from the original mono masters.

read more