Released as a single in November 1977, Lay Down Sally is one of the stand out tracks from Clapton’s 1977 album Slowhand and a song that to this day remains one of his most well known performances. What we have here in this article is the isolated vocal track from the song. Take a listen:
Pattie Boyd has been the influence of so many great rock songs over the years by George Harrison and Eric Clapton. Wonderful Tonight, released on his 1977 album Slowhand is certainly one of the most well known and you can now hear Clapton’s full isolated vocals from the song right here. Take a listen:
Clapton released the song Mean Old Frisco on his 1977 album Slowhand but it’s a song that had been in his arsenal for quite some time as it had originally been recorded by Derek and the Dominos during the failed second album sessions of 1971. What we have below is the isolated vocal track from the 1977 Slowhand version.
1977 saw the release of Clapton’s Slowhand album, a serious return to form after the disappointing No Reason To Cry in 1976. Even though the opening track Cocaine was originally written by JJ Cale, it’s a song Clapton has made his own over the years and certainly a song he is now totally associated with as a result. Below is the isolated vocal track from Cocaine.