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  1. George Harrison and Eric Clapton played twelve concerts in Japan in December of This turned out to be the second and last solo tour of George Harrison's career. Recordings of performances from this tour were released on Harrison's album Live in Japan. Overview. The tour featured mostly Harrison's performances as a lead artist with Clapton taking the lead role in the middle of the.
  2. Eric Clapton ‎– The Cream Of Eric Clapton Label: PolyGram Music Video ‎– Tearing Us Apart: Behind The Mask: Holy Mother: Eric Clapton: The Cream Of Eric Clapton ‎ (CDV, Comp, PAL) PolyGram Music Video: UK: /5(2).
  3. The Cream of Clapton is an Eric Clapton compilation album released in Additionally, the European and U.S. -versions have a different track listings. The European version had already been released as The Best of Eric Clapton (Polydor ) in , though without the track " I Can't Stand .
  4. About Tearing Us Apart "Tearing Us Apart" is a song recorded by English blues rock guitarist and singer Eric Clapton on his album August, produced by Phil Collins. The song was about "the committee", the group of Pattie Boyd's friends whom Clapton blamed for coming between Pattie and him.
  5. Tearing Us Apart is a rock song from Eric Clapton with Phil Collins playing the drums and percussions. It’s a duet with Tina Turner and was released as the second single from Eric’s album lauflamacerusinmadernokasdiskca.xyzinfo and Eric performed the song live at the Prince’s Trust concert in London’s Wembley Arena, released the following year on the Royal Concert charity album.
  6. The Cream of Eric Clapton is a greatest hits album by English guitar player Eric Clapton. It includes work from two of his bands, Cream, and Derek and the Dominos as well as his solo work. It was released in in the UK. In a Polygram released a video compilation, under .
  7. Eric Clapton, Soundtrack: Lethal Weapon 3. Eric Clapton was born in Ripley, Surrey, England, on March 30, His real father was a Canadian pilot but he didn't find that out until he was When he was 2 his mother felt she was unable to look after him, so Eric then went to live with his grandparents. When he was 14 he took up the guitar, having been influenced by blues artists such as.

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