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Eric Clapton: Forever Slowhand

Forever Man, the newest release from Clapton with over 33 to 51 songs (depending on the version you spring for) spans his thirty plus years with Reprise Records. The three cd set is broken up into three distinct categories: studio, live and blues. There’s no mention of anything being re-mastered but the songs sound crisp and clear nonetheless.

Forever Man is a good overview of Clapton’s later day musical prowess, but diehard fans may still find cause to complain because of certain omissions. Personally, I would have loved to see a few more tracks from the Money and Cigarettes and Journeyman albums.

All in all, Forever Man is a nice addition to any rock fans’ collection.


3CD and Digital Download Edition CD1 - Studio

01. Gotta Get Over 02. I’ve Got A Rock ‘N’ Roll Heart03. Run Back To Your Side 04. Tears In Heaven 05. Call Me The Breeze 06. Forever Man 07. Believe In Life 08. Bad Love 09. My Father’s Eyes 10. Anyway The Wind Blows - with J.J. Cale 11. Travelin’ Alone 12. Change The World 13. Behind The Mask 14. It’s In The Way That You Use It 15. Pretending 16. Riding With The King - with B.B. King 17. Circus 18. Revolution

CD2 - Live 01. Badge 02. Sunshine Of Your Love 03. White Room

04. Wonderful Tonight 05. Worried Life Blues 06. Cocaine 07. Layla (Unplugged) 08. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down & Out (Unplugged) 09. Walkin’ Blues (Unplugged) 10. Them Changes - with Steve Winwood 11. Presence Of The Lord - with Steve Winwood 12. Hoochie Coochie Man 13. Goin’ Down Slow 14. Over The Rainbow

CD3 - Blues 01. Before You Accuse Me 02. Last Fair Deal Gone Down 03. Hold On, I’m Comin’ - with B.B. King 04. Terraplane Blues 05. It Hurts Me Too 06. Little Queen Of Spades 07. Third Degree 08. Motherless Child 09. Sportin’ Life Blues - with J.J. Cale 10. Ramblin’ On My Mind 11. Stop Breakin’ Down Blues 12. Everybody Oughta Make A Change 13. Sweet Home Chicago 14. If I Had Possession Over Judgement Day 15. Hard Times Blues 16. Got You On My mind 17. I’m Tore Down18. Milkcow’s Calf Blues 19. Key To The Highway - with B.B. King

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