There's One in Every Crowd (Remastered)
Download links and information about There's One in Every Crowd (Remastered) by Eric Clapton. This album was released in 1975 and it belongs to Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 40:20 minutes.
|Genre:||Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop|
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|1.||We've Been Told (Jesus Is Coming Soon)||4:28|
|2.||Swing Low, Sweet Chariot||3:33|
|4.||Don't Blame Me||3:35|
|5.||The Sky Is Crying||3:58|
|6.||Singin' the Blues||3:26|
|7.||Better Make It Through Today||4:07|
|8.||Pretty Blue Eyes||4:45|
A reunion of the band, the producer, and the Miami studio that made 461 Ocean Boulevard a smashing success, There’s One in Every Crowd was missing just one ingredient: a breakout hit on par with “I Shot the Sheriff.” Clapton followed up the unexpected success of his reggae venture with a gentle interpretation of “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” and the brooding “Don’t Blame Me,” both of which were recorded in Kingston and evoke the city’s tense, smoky, and humid atmosphere. During recording in Miami, Clapton was ensconced in alcohol and marijuana and uncertain of what next to do with his talent. While it didn't produce a hit single, There’s One in Every Crowd captured something that's arguably more interesting. “Little Rachel,” “The Sky Is Crying," and “Pretty Blue Eyes” epitomize a state of mind at once gorgeous and adrift, hushed and despondent, warm and fatigued. The album’s highlight is “Better Make It Through Today,” a languid blues-soul ballad that beckons to the narcotic haze from which Clapton had only recently emerged.