Eric Clapton And His Band - Promises album download
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Written-By – Richard Feldman, Roger Linn
|B||Watch Out For Lucy
Written-By – Eric Clapton
- Lacquer Cut At – Rosenborg Studio
- Pressed By – Musikkindustri A/S
- Lacquer Cut By – F*
- Producer – Glyn Johns
NotesThis version comes in picture cover.
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- Rights Society: n©b
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A side, stamped): 2090 324 A 10 P 78 F 710
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B side, stamped): 2090 324 B 10 P 78 F 710
|RSO 21||Eric Clapton||Promises (7")||RSO||RSO 21||UK||1978|
|RPO 1005||Eric Clapton||Promises (12", Promo)||RSO||RPO 1005||US||1978|
|RSO 21||Eric Clapton||Promises (7", MP)||RSO||RSO 21||UK||1978|
|2090 324||Eric Clapton||Promises (7")||RSO||2090 324||Netherlands||1978|
|2090 324||Eric Clapton And His Band||Promises (7", Single)||RSO||2090 324||Germany||1978|
Promises" is a single released by the British rock musician Eric Clapton in September 1978. It is part of his studio album Backless. Promises" was released as a 7-inch vinyl single in the United States, Canada, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Australia, France, Spain, the United Kingdom and Italy in September 1978.
Eric Clapton is the debut solo studio album by British rock musician Eric Clapton, released in August 1970 under Atco and Polydor Records. After being successful with bands including The Yardbirds, John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, Cream and Blind Faith, Clapton recorded an album under his own name in late 1969 and early 1970. The album cover shows Clapton sitting in a room which is going to be decorated and in which a ladder, a chair and some carpets are placed.
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Promises (оригинал Eric Clapton). Oбещание (перевод Анвар из Ташкента). I don't care if you never come home, Мне все равно, если ты никогда. I don't mind if you just keep on. Не вернешься домой, и плевать, Rowing away on a distant sea, Если ты уплывешь далеко за моря, ‘Cause I don't love you and you don't love me.
Promises" is a single released by the British rock musician Eric Clapton in September 1978. In France, the album was listed unter the artist name "Eric Clapton & His Band" and peaked at number 71. In Australia the song peaked at number 26, although in the United Kingdom it only made number 37. In Norway, the release peaked at number one on the Country Singles chart, which had been introduced that year and was removed from the VG-lista in 1980. Around this time, Clapton began busking around Kingston, Richmond, in 1962, Clapton started performing as a duo with fellow blues enthusiast David Brock in pubs around Surrey.
This album follows his last release, the 2014 chart-topping Eric Clapton & Friends: The Breeze, An Appreciation of JJ Cale. This was a long and overdue opportunity to work with Glyn Johns again, and also, incidentally, the fortieth anniversary of 'Slowhand'! said Eric Clapton. After his time with the Yardbirds in 1963, Clapton began a career as a professional musician that has seen numerous bands, an abundance of albums, countless worldwide sold out shows, an impressive array of accolades, unwavering critical acclaim and his consistent display of legendary guitar work. Clapton’s career, has resulted in 18 Grammy Awards and the distinct honor of being the only triple inductee into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Eric Clapton boasts one of the most storied discographies in rock 'n' roll. He got his start in 1963 with the Yardbirds, playing ramped-up versions of American blues and R&B songs. Within two years, he was gone, gigging with British bluesman John Mayall in his band. It was the start of a lifelong pattern for the guitarist: Before the '60s were over, he had done time in Cream, Blind Faith and Delaney and Bonnie and Friends (as well as played a searing solo on pal George Harrison's "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" from the Beatles' White Album). The opening song on Clapton's second solo album - and a No. 1 LP, thanks to the hit single "I Shot the Sheriff" (see No. 6 on our list of the Top 10 Eric Clapton Songs) - is a cover of a traditional gospel tune that includes recorded versions dating back to the '20s. Clapton turbocharges the arrangement and soars through it with one his feistiest slide solos.
Interestingly, ERIC CLAPTON was the first album by the guitarist not to feature a blues cover. This would not occur again until the 1986 release of AUGUST and the 2005 release of BACK HOME. Delaney and Bonnie’s band were all talented musicians and guest artists such as Stephen Stills and Leon Russell also contributed to the album. Instrumentally however, one of the consistent pleasures of this album would have to be the excellent work of the rhythm section comprised of bassist Carl Radle and drummer Jim Gordan.