CLASSIC ALBUM SERIES #10: Eric Clapton – There’s One In Every Crowd

theres-one-in-every-crowd-538827276ef23Released in 1975 a year after his comeback album 461 Ocean BoulevardThere’s One In Every Crowd is a fantastic followup album containing some of Clapton’s best work. It’s an album from his catalogue that’s often overlooked and even though it may not be as good as it’s predecessor it’s still an all round solid album.

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CLASSIC ALBUM SERIES #1: Eric Clapton – 461 Ocean Boulevard

461-ocean-boulevard-539ca46eb8ed4-2Coming four years after Clapton’s last studio output, 461 Ocean Boulevard was the album he needed to steady the ship going forward. Since the release of Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs with Derek and the Dominos in 1970, Clapton had witnessed the disintegration of the Dominos, the death of Duane Allman and had remained holed up in his Surrey home, too paranoid to venture outdoors due to the cocktail of drugs he was on at the time.

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