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Fresh CreamBy the time Cream formed in 1966, Eric Clapton was already fairly well known, having already performed and recorded with the Yardbirds and John Mayalls Bluesbreakers. However, it was in Cream that Clapton became a global superstar. Breaking free of the traditional rock & roll song structure for a more improvisational / jazz influenced take, the bands long jams gave birth to a whole new approach to rock music. When their debut album Fresh Cream was released in 1966 it immediately became the standard by which all other bands of the era were judged.1. N.S.U.
2. SLeepy Time Time
4. Sweet Wine
6. Cat's Squirrel
7. Four Until Late
8. Rollin' and Tumblin'
9. I'm So Glad
10. Toad$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Eric Clapton: Life In 12 Bars (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Pre-Order)Universal is set to release the complementary OST to the new Eric Clapton documentary, Life In 12 Bars. From Showtime Documentary Films and directed by Oscar-winner, Lili Fini Zanuck, the film takes an unflinching and deeply personal look into the life of the legendary 18-time Grammy Award-winning guitarist and multi-million selling recording artist.
The OST, available as a 4-LP, comprises 32 tracks spanning Clapton's long and illustrious career. It includes tracks by The Yardbirds, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Cream, Blind Faith, Derek and the Dominos, The Beatles, Aretha Franklin, Muddy Waters and Clapton's solo work.
Of the 32 featured there are five previously unreleased tracks:
From the Cream era there is a version of Spoonful, an incredible 17-minute tour-de-force, recorded live at the LA Forum in October 1968 during the group's final US, Goodbye tour. There are two from Derek and The Dominos - firstly a recording of High, originally recorded during the 1971 sessions at Olympic Studios for their unreleased 2nd album. This track was later revisited and re-recorded for Eric Clapton's 1975 album, There's One In Every Crowd. Secondly, the track Little Wing, a tribute to Jimi Hendrix, recorded live during the Domino's late set at The Fillmore East on October 24th, 1970. Finally, there are two previously unreleased Eric Clapton tracks from 1974; the first ever release of the entire full-length recording of the international hit version of Bob Marley's I Shot The Sheriff, recorded during the sessions for 461 Ocean Boulevard and a live performance of Little Queenie, the Chuck Berry rock 'n' roll classic, recorded at Long Beach Arena, California in July 1974 during Clapton's comeback tour to promote 461 Ocean Boulevard.
In addition, there are two alternative mixes made for Eric Clapton's 1970 debut album. Separate mixes were made for the album, by Delaney Bramlett and Tom Dowd (in LA) and also by Clapton himself (in London). Featured in this collection are Clapton's rare mixes of album highlights, After Midnight and Let It Rain.LP 1
1. Big Bill Broonzy: Backwater Blues - The Big Bill Broonzy Story 1957
2. Muddy Waters: My Life Is Ruined - Chess single 1953
3. Muddy Waters: I Got Mojo Working - Live At Newport Jazz Festival 1960
4. The Yardbirds: I Wish You Would - studio version
5. The Yardbirds: For Your Love - For Your Love 1965
6. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers: Steppin' Out - John Mayall Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton 1966
7. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers: All Your Love - John Mayall Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton 1966
8. Cream: I Feel Free - Fresh Cream 1966
9. Cream: Strange Brew - Disraeli Gears 1967
10. Cream: Sunshine of Your Love - studio version
11. Aretha Franklin: Good to Me As I Am To You - Lady Soul / Recorded on December 16 and 17, 1967
1. Cream: Crossroads live - Wheels Of Fire / Recorded 10 March 1968 at Winterland, San Francisco, CA16
2. The Beatles: While My Guitar Gently Weeps - The Beatles / Recorded 5-6 September 1968
3. Cream: Badge - Goodbye / Recorded October 1968 at IBC Studios in London
4. Cream: White Room live - Live Cream II / recorded October 4, 1968 at the Oakland Coliseum Arena
5. Cream: Spoonful - live from Goodbye tour - LA Forum October 19, 1968*
6. Blind Faith: Presence Of The Lord - studio version
1. Delaney & Bonnie & Friends featuring Eric Clapton: Comin' Home - Live at Fairfield Halls
2. Eric Clapton: After Midnight - alternate mix from Eric Clapton (first album) 1970
3. Eric Clapton: Let It Rain - alternate mix from Eric Clapton (first album) 1970
4. Derek and The Dominos: High - (Olympic Studios, April 1971) Derek and The Dominos album*
5. George Harrison: My Sweet Lord - All Things Must Pass 1970
6. Derek and The Dominos: Thorn Tree In The Garden - Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs 1970
7. Derek and The Dominos: Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out - Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs 1970
8. Derek and The Dominos: Bell Bottom Blues - Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs 1970
1. Derek and The Dominos: Layla - Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs 1970
2. Derek and The Dominos: Little Wing - Live At The Fillmore 1970
3. Derek and The Dominos: Got To Get Better In A Little While - studio version
4. Eric Clapton: I Shot The Sheriff - previously unreleased full-length version from 461 Ocean Blvd 1970*
5. Eric Clapton: Little Queenie live - Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, California, July 19/20, 1974*
6. Eric Clapton: Mainline Florida - 461 Ocean Boulevard 1974
7. Eric Clapton: Tears In Heaven - studio version
*Previously unreleased$109.99Vinyl LP - 4 LPs Sealed PRE-ORDER Buy Now
70th Birthday Concert Live In LiverpoolOn Saturday night, July 19, 2003, in celebration of John Mayall's 70th birthday and for the benefit of UNICEF's fight
against child exploitation, The Bluesbreakers (Tom Canning, Hank Van Sickle, Jo Yuele and Buddy Whittington)
along with John Mayall are reunited with the likes of Eric Clapton, Mick Taylor and British Blues pioneer, Chris
Barber as they blast through nearly 2 1/2 hours of stunning blues. This marks first time he and Mayall had
performed together in almost 40 years.LP 1
1. Grits Ain t Groceries
2. Jacksboro Highway
3. Southside Story
4. Kids Got The Blues
5. Dirty Water
6. Somebody s Acting Like A Child
1. Blues For The Lost Days
2. Walking On Sunset
3. Oh, Pretty Woman
4. No Big Hurry
1. Please Mr. Lofton / Hideaway
2. All Your Love (I Miss Loving)
3. Have You Heard
1. Hoochie Coochie Man
2. I m Tore Down
3. It Ain t Right
5. Talk To Your Daughter$59.99Vinyl LP - 4 LPs Sealed Buy Now
T. Bone BluesT-Bone Walker's masterpiece T-Bone Blues on Atlantic Records is often cited as not only one of his finest achievements, but also one of the blues genre's most important crowned jewels. This 1959 classic showcases the late blues master's legendary handling of the electric guitar and his unequalled ability to powerfully sing some of the most revered classics in modern blues history.
This definitive classic recording features this multi-talented artist's finest tunes like T-Bone Shuffle, Papa Ain't Salty No More and of course the iconic Stormy Monday Blues. Over the years, many acclaimed artists have gone back to this album for inspiration. Classic blues rockers like Eric Clapton, Johnny Winter, B.B. King, John Mayall, The Allman Brothers, Boz Scaggs and Doug Sahm have all interpreted several songs from this classic album. Out of print for over forty years in the vinyl format, Friday Music is thrilled to announce the first time 180g gram audiophile vinyl release of T-Bone Walker's landmark masterpiece T-Bone Blues.
Impeccably mastered by Joe Reagoso (T-Bone Walker/Muddy Waters/Johnny Winter/Boz Scaggs) from the original Atlantic Records monophonic tapes, this audiophile LP truly excites the listener, as each note bent and every vocal laid down by T-Bone Walker are truly captured in this historic recording.
Friday Music has corrected the original running order of this wonderful blues release, the first time since 1959, as well as used the original artwork elements and the stunning liner notes written by the late Ralph J. Gleason. As always, Friday Music includes a poly bag for the album cover and a poly line sleeve to protect your 180g vinyl album.1. Two Bones and a Pick
2. Mean Old World
3. T-Bone Shuffle
4. Stormy Monday Blues (Call It Stormy Monday)
5. Blues For Marili
6. T-Bone Blues
7. Shufflin' the Blues
9. Play On Little Girl
10. Blues Rock
11. Papa Ain't Salty$29.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Buy Now
Find A Way To CareFor over 50 years, John Mayall has served as a pioneer of blues music, rightly earning him the title, "The Godfather of British Blues." In 2013, John signed with producer Eric Corne's label, Forty Below Records, and has since been experiencing a true artistic and career renaissance.
This revival continues with the release of a brilliant new studio album titled "Find a Way to Care," produced by John and Eric at famed House of Blues Studios in Encino, California. About the new album, Corne says, I really wanted to feature John's keyboard playing on this record. He's truly one of the most lyrical, economical and underrated keyboardists around. We also wanted to change things up a bit after the success of A
Special Life and the addition of a horn section on several tracks was a really fun way to do that. As good as the last album was, I think this one is even better.
On the new album, John adds harmonica on two songs, as well as a classic guitar track reminiscent of Hubert Sumlin or Muddy Waters on the latter's legendary Long Distance Call. He is joined by his killer touring band: Rocky Athas (guitar), Greg Rzab (bass) and Jay Davenport (drums).
The release of "Find a Way to Care" comes on the heels of Mayall's internationally acclaimed, A Special Life" in 2014. I'd easily put this one among Mayall's best efforts - and that includes 'Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton,' 'A Hard Road' and 'Blues from Laurel Canyon!'"Mother in Law Blues
The River's Invitation
Ain't No Guarantees
I Feel So Bad
Find a Way to Care
Long Distance Call
I Want All My Money Back
Ropes and Chains
Long Summer Days
Drifting Blues$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Fresh Cream (Bonus Tracks)Import
Ranked 101/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
By the time Cream formed in 1966, Eric Clapton was already fairly well known, having already performed and recorded with the Yardbirds and John Mayalls Bluesbreakers. However, it was in Cream that Clapton became a global superstar. Breaking free of the traditional rock & roll song structure for a more improvisational / jazz influenced take, the bands long jams gave birth to a whole new approach to rock music. When their debut album Fresh Cream was released in 1966 it immediately became the standard by which all other bands of the era were judged. Includes 5 bonus tracks.1. I Feel Free (Bonus Track)
3. Sleepy Time Time
5. Sweet Wine
7. The Coffee Song (Bonus Track)
8. Cat's Squirrel
9. Four Until Late
10. Rollin' And Tumblin'
11. I'm So Glad
13. Wrapping Paper (Bonus Track)
14. You Make Me Feel (Bonus Track)
15. Lawdy Mama (Bonus Track)$32.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
King Bee is the final release by Blues legend Muddy Waters (born in 1913 as McKinley Morganfield), originally released in 1981 and produced by Johnny Winter. Due to Waters' failing health, the LP was recorded in only three days in May of 1980. The LP includes newly recorded Muddy Waters classics, such as I'm A King Bee, Champagne & Reefer, Sad Sad Day and (My Eyes) Keep Me In Trouble. Around the time of the album's release, Waters hit the road with a new band as much as his slowly declining health allowed him to.
By the end of 1981, he was diagnosed with lung cancer and had to have part of his lung removed. Still, in 1982 a new tour was booked but an increasing number of performances had to be canceled. And after having made a surprise appearance at an Eric Clapton concert in Miami that Summer, Waters found out the cancer had returned as he was coughing blood. Sadly, his body wasn't strong enough for another operation. On April 30, 1983 McKinley Morganfield died of a heart attack. Five years later he was posthumously inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. Amongst his admirers are Buddy Guy, The Rolling Stones, Rory Gallagher, John Mayall and Steve Winwood.1. I'm A King Bee
2. Too Young To Know
3. Mean Old Frisco Blues
4. Forever Lonely
5. I Feel Like Going Home
6. Champagne & Reefer
7. Sad Sad Day
8. (My Eyes) Keep Me In Trouble
9. Deep Down In Florida #2
10. No Escape From The Blues$34.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Bossa Nova and Blues
This Sundazed Mono Edition Reproduces The Original Artwork And Presents The Original 12-Song LP On 180 Gram Vinyl Mastered From The Original Analog Reels And Pressed At Record Technology Inc.
One of the Three Kings of blues guitar along with B.B. and Albert, Texas-born Freddy (Freddie) King influenced everyone from Eric Clapton and Peter Green in the UK to Jerry Garcia and Stevie Ray Vaughan in the States. But even his staying up all night playing poker with Grand Funk wasn't enough to prevent his seminal King/Federal albums from staying out of print on vinyl for decades - until Sundazed came to the rescue. The reissue campaign that began with meticulously mastered editions of King classics Let's Hide Away and Dance Away with Freddy King, Freddy King Gives You a Bonanza of Instrumentals, and Freddy King Goes Surfin' continues with his rare 1963 offering, Bossa Nova and Blues. In the tradition of his surfing album, which wasn't really surf, Bossa Nova and Blues had no bossa nova - but the advertising was at least half true, and hey, there were two cuts that had "bossa nova" in the title. Though King was best known for blues instrumentals, "Bossa Nova Blues" and "The Bossa Nova Watusi Twist" (dig the dance craze threesome) were actually the only two instrumentals on an album otherwise dedicated to bluesy ballads. But of course, Freddie made it work - churning out bonafide classics like the karmic "Someday, After A While (You'll Be Sorry)" (later covered by John Mayall and the Blues Breakers on A Hard Road, also reissued on Sundazed mono LP), the emotive "The Welfare (Turns Its Back on You)," the soulful "It Hurts to Be In Love," and the more uptempo, New Orleans-flavored "You're Barkin' Up the Wrong Tree."1. (I'd Love To) Make Love To You
2. You're Barkin' Up The Wrong Tree
3. Look Ma, I'm Cryin'
4. It Hurts To Be In Love
5. You Walked In
6. The Bossa Nova Watusi Twist
7. Is My Baby Mad At Me
8. Someday, After A While (You'll Be Sorry)
9. One Hundred Years
10. Bossa Nova Blues
11. The Welfare (Turns Its Back on You)
12. Walk Down That Aisle (Honey Chile)$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Mono - Sealed Buy Now