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Eric Clapton - Theres One In Every Crowd (Remastered) (1996)

27-04-2014, 14:58
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Eric Clapton - Theres One In Every Crowd (Remastered) (1996)

Artist: Eric Clapton
Title Of Album: Theres One In Every Crowd
Year Of Release: 1996
Label: Universal I.S.
Genre: Blues Rock
Quality: Flac
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 40:24 Min
Total Size: 244 Mb


01 We've Been Told (Jesus Coming Soon) 4:28
02 Swing Low Sweet Chariot 3:33
03 Little Rachel 4:06
04 Don't Blame Me 3:35
05 The Sky Is Crying 3:58
06 Singin' The Blues 3:26
07 Better Make It Through Today 4:07
08 Pretty Blue Eyes 4:45
09 High 3:30
10 Opposites 4:52

Having stayed out of the recording studio for four years prior to making his comeback album, 461 Ocean Boulevard, Eric Clapton returned to recording only a few months later to make its follow-up, There's One in Every Crowd. Perhaps be hadn't had time to write or gather sufficient material to make a similarly effective album, since the result is a scatter-shot mixture of styles, leading off with two gospel tunes, one a reggae version of "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot." Clapton and his second guitarist, George Terry, had written a sequel to "I Shot The Sheriff," "Don't Blame Me," which Clapton sang in his best impersonation of Bob Marley's voice. The other originals included "Opposites," whose lyrics were just that — day, night, life, death, etc. The album's best track, naturally, was the blues cover, Clapton's take on Elmore James's "The Sky Is Crying." But There's One in Every Crowd was a disappointing follow-up to 461 Ocean Boulevard, and fans let Clapton know it: While the former album had topped the charts and gone gold, the latter didn't even make the Top 10.

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