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Slowhand (Eric Clapton)
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Slowhand
Author:
Eric Clapton Search Author in Amazon Books

Publisher:
Polydor / Umgd
ISBN:
B000002G8H Book Cover Image
Edition:
1996
Classification:
MCD 002915
Detailed notes
    - Clapton had already established himself as a guitar legend by the time he released Slowhand. His heroin habit long behind him, Clapton's songwriting mastery was fully evident on the album, particularly in the stunning ballad "Wonderful Tonight." It fully actualized all of the potential hinted at in his earlier "Promises," and Clapton trusted himself enough to slow things down. Some of his most expressive guitar work can be found throughout this album, not just within "Wonderful." Ironically enough, Slowhand is probably best known for the hit "Cocaine." Built upon a simple repeated riff, the song had Clapton's trademark smooth voice with its wear around the edges, and yet another stellar guitar solo. Flashy runs and licks were never the most integral part of Clapton's catalog, his blues background being the primary source for his sound. Slowhand, with its phrasings, both guitar and vocal, established Clapton as the possessor of one of the most extensive vocabularies in rock.
    - Cocaine Wonderful Tonight Lay Down Sally Next Time You See Her 1.Cocaine 2.Wonderful Tonight 3.Lay Down Sally 4.Next Time You See Her 5.We're All The Way - (with Marcy Levy) 6.Core, The 7.May You Never 8.Mean Old Frisco 9.Peaches And Diesel
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