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Eric Clapton - No Reason To Cry (Remastered) (1996)

10-05-2014, 17:38
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Eric Clapton - No Reason To Cry (Remastered) (1996)

Artist: Eric Clapton
Title Of Album: No Reason To Cry (Remastered)
Year Of Release: 1996
Label: Polydor / Umgd
Genre: Rock, Blues Rock
Quality: Flac
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 46:28 Min
Total Size: 281 Mb


01. Beautiful Thing 4:26
02. Carnival 3:44
03. Sign Language 2:58
04. County Jail Blues 4:00
05. All Our Past Times 4:40
06. Hello Old Friend 3:36
07. Double Trouble 4:23
08. Innocent Times 4:11
09. Hungry 4:39
10. Black Summer Rain 4:55
11. Last Night 4:52

When he gave a speech inducting the Band into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Eric Clapton said that after he heard their debut album, Music from Big Pink, he wanted to join the group, the fact that they already had a guitarist in Robbie Robertson notwithstanding. In the winter of 1975-1976, when he cut No Reason to Cry at the Band's Shangri-La Studio in Malibu, CA, he came as close as he ever would to realizing that desire. Clapton is a musical chameleon; though some of No Reason to Cry is identifiable as the kind of pop/rock Clapton had been making since the start of his solo career (the best of it being "Hello Old Friend," which became his first Top 40 single in two years), the most memorable music on the album occurs when Clapton is collaborating with members of the Band and other guests. He duets with Band bassist Rick Danko on Danko's "All Our Past Times," and with Bob Dylan on Dylan's "Sign Language," as Robertson's distinctive lead guitar is heard rather than Clapton's. As a result, the album is a good purchase for fans of Bob Dylan and the Band, but not necessarily for those of Eric Clapton. [The CD reissue adds a bonus track, "Last Night," which is a traditional 12-bar blues song credited to Clapton.]

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