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:
Stevie Ray Vaughan was a one of a kind, a blues king for a new generation of blues lovers around the world. Even though he passed away 26 years ago in 1990 we’re blessed to still have his studio albums, live albums and the countless bootlegs from so many shows he played during his career. Live bootlegs for someone as great as Stevie Ray Vaughan are essential listening, and this one recorded at Chicago Blues Festival in 1985 is no different.
Released on their 1967 album Axis: Bold As Love, Wait Until Tomorrow features some of the best rhythm guitar you’ll ever hear, period. The sound, the tone, the playing could only be Hendrix. What we have in this article is the full isolated guitar track and it is incredible. Take a listen:
Third Stone From The Sun is a track the Hendrix Experience released on their debut album Are You Experienced in 1967 and it’s by far the most far out sounding song on the whole record. Hendrix’s tone is absolutely exquisite and what we have here is the isolated guitar from the track. Buckle up and prepare to be blown away!
The Jim Hendrix Experience’s Axis: Bold As Love album saw Hendrix’s playing shift styles somewhat even though the album was recorded in the same year as his debut, Are You Experienced. The title track features beautifully delicate playing that could only be Hendrix and the full thing can be heard in isolated form right here.
Three years since Clapton’s last studio outing Old Sock, Slowhand returns with a very down to earth and laid back album which in many ways is more of a successor to 2010’s Clapton than Old Sock was. Containing a collection of hand picked blues covers alongside original Clapton numbers, I Still Do sees Clapton retain the title of England’s all time greatest blues player, a title he will never lose.