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Eric Clapton

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2005-08-29
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 2005 Reprise Records for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside the


Title Artist Time
So Tired Eric Clapton 4:47 USD 1.29
Say What You Will Eric Clapton 4:35 USD 1.29
I'm Going Left Eric Clapton 4:02 USD 1.29
Love Don't Love Nobody Eric Clapton 7:13 USD 1.29
Revolution Eric Clapton 5:00 USD 1.29
Love Comes to Everyone Eric Clapton 4:34 USD 1.29
Lost and Found Eric Clapton 5:20 USD 1.29
Piece of My Heart Eric Clapton 4:22 USD 1.29
One Day Eric Clapton 5:20 USD 1.29
One Track Mind Eric Clapton 5:03 USD 1.29
Run Home to Me Eric Clapton 6:17 USD 1.29
Back Home Eric Clapton 3:32 USD 1.29


  • Hear it again? For the 1st. Time?

    By LuieT
    Eric Clapton, it seems, improves with every project & every show! He's the consummate professional! This album was underrated when it came out, it is much better than reviewed! Hear it again for the first time? You will hear a virtuoso, who includes his fans in sharing his trials of life, through his music! A most private person, he always speaks to his fans, by his selection of music & by being downright the best example of a human being through his "Crossroads" centers! The Music is Outstanding!
  • Back Home

    By Jerlewis
    I didn't get this album until about 2 months ago. I have been a fan for years, and I herald Journeyman as one of my favorite Clapton albums. This one takes the cake. Love it.
  • Awesome!

    By Harty1
    This dude rocks. Heck, he's one my favorite musicians. Sure, it ain't like Unplugged, but, I love it.
  • Sweet

    By Claptonfan4ver
    I think this album is beautiful it represents Clapton's ease with fatherhood and shows he is finally at peace.The best song on here is Back Home for it shows how much he loves his family,its good to hear a Clapton album where you know that he is content and truley loved.
  • Give Clapton A Break

    By JPB10
    I think people need to understand that musicians don't always have to make the same type of music all their lives. EC did a great job in exploring his different genres and this album wasn't produced to be a Dark Side Of The Moon, It was produced so that people could discover EC's talent as a musician. I think it may lack of great tracks but any real fan will enjoy it because it gives you a new take on Eric's music
  • Clapton's Worst (but better than some others' best)

    By BluesBoyBernie
    This work consists of 12 cuts. Only one (Run Home To Me) remains on my iTunes. In my opinion, this is Clapton's worst work, but his worst is much, much better than many others' best work. I think this is boring, sappy and over-sentimental. But Clapton has said that he is writing about his present situation, starting a new family, being the loving father to young daughters, etc. In this work, he may have accomplished just what he set out to do. There is nothing here that is terrible; I just find this incredibly boring to listen to. I gave this three stars out of five, because I think that this is over-all, compared to other works, average. Comparing it only to Clapton's work, I would give it a one. Every musician, especailly one around as long as Clapton, is entitled to at least one piece of garbage -- and this isn't even garbage; it is just not to my taste.
  • Good Record

    By stoneguitar
    I've given it many listens now and can appreciate where he's coming from. He's a dad and he's writing about it, and Ii like it. "So tired" is a family favorite at my home.
  • Back Home

    By perigrintook713
    12th track is awesome reminds me of Three Little Girls brilliant writing. tracks 1, 4, 11, and 12 make this album a 4 star in my opinion
  • It's a Snore

    By Morgan & Sid
    I love Clapton - yes, he is God. However, the man needs angst and/or misery in his life to produce/write incredible music. He has a wonderful life now, no angst, no misery and therefore this album is yuck. I gave it 3 stars because he is God and is not capable of anything less.
  • You People Don't Get it

    By MoonLighter
    First of all, this album is a four, not a five. However, since so many people don't know how to rate music, I had to use a five. Clapton is a sixty-five year old man, he is not trying to break barriers with his writing, he is simply trying to put out an album that he enjoys. This is his best original album in over twenty years. This is a man that has had the media and success in the back of his mind for almost his entire career. He is finally just having fun, and this produced a more than credible album.

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