Download links and information about Old Sock by Eric Clapton. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 53:38 minutes.
|Buy it NOW at:|
|Buy on iTunes $10.99|
|Buy on Amazon $10.49|
|Buy on Music Bazaar €1.51|
|1.||Further On Down the Road||5:43|
|3.||The Folks Who Live On the Hill||3:46|
|4.||Gotta Get Over||4:37|
|5.||Till Your Well Runs Dry||4:42|
|6.||All of Me||3:22|
|7.||Born To Lose||4:03|
|8.||Still Got the Blues||5:54|
|10.||Your One and Only Man||4:30|
|11.||Every Little Thing||4:34|
|12.||Our Love Is Here To Stay||4:10|
At 67 years of age and having been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame a record three times, Eric Clapton isn't interested in keeping current or aiming a single at the pop charts. He's kicking back with friends and making music for the joy of making music. He cowrote just two songs here: the bluesy "Gotta Get Over" (with Chaka Khan on backing vocals) and "Every Little Thing" (an organ-guitar rocker with a reggae switchback). The rest are songs he's loved his entire life. A country version of "Born to Lose" with prominent pedal steel guitar pays tribute to Ray Charles' classic album Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music. "Still Got the Blues" takes a lighthearted approach to the Gary Moore classic, with his Blind Faith buddy Steve Winwood joining on organ. Paul McCartney plays bass and sings on the jazz standard "All of Me." Taj Mahal's "Further on Down the Road," Otis Redding's "Your One and Only Man," and Peter Tosh's "Till Your Well Runs Dry" also explore reggae grooves because, well, that's what Eric Clapton felt like doing this time around.