sábado, 18 de julio de 2009

·"From The Cradle" - Eric Clapton

This is what Eric Clapton is all about. He loves the blues, he lived the blues, he is a blues man. When you hear him growl in "Groaning the Blues", that's Eric practically ripping out his larynx singing the blues to its low-down-and-dirtiest. Eric keeps the blues's integrity alive by recording the songs straight-forward without any overdubs, and yet the sound of the songs are uniquely his own even though they are covers. And his guitarwork in this album is unparalleled. This, in my opinion, is Eric Clapton's best work. Eric should have never gone astray to record hoary pop standards; his home is the blues.


http://www.mediafire.com/file/qzzimyzunzw/Clapton - From the craddle.rar

01- Blues Before Sunrise
02- Third Degree
03- Reconsider Baby
04- Hoochie Coochie Man
05- Five Long Years
06- I'm Tore Down
07- How Long Blues
08- Goin' Away Baby
09- Blues Leave Me Alone
10- Sinner's Prayer
11- Motherless Child
12- It Hurts Me Too
13- Someday After a While
14- Standin' Round Crying
15- Driftin' Blues
16- Groaning the Blues

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