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  1. Eric Clapton has performed or recorded numerous blues songs. Here is an alphabetical list by song title / composer of many of them:SONG TITLE COMPOSER BluesRobert JohnsonAin’t Nobody’s BusinessBessie SmithAlbertaTrad. arr. by Huddie LedbetterBefore You Accuse MeEllas McDaniel (aka Bo Diddley)td>Blow Wind BlowMcKinley Morganfield (aka Muddy Waters)Blues All Day LongJimmy.
  2. Sep 03,  · Date: Tabbed by Peter Tuyp ([email protected]sdiskca.xyzinfo) Eric Clapton - Walkin' Blues (unplugged) Open G Tuning = D G D G B D low to high The song is played with a slide while tapping the rhythm with your feet.
  3. Released in mid , it is a collection of covers of blues standards similar to the material recorded by The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, The Yardbirds and Them and some songs in similar style penned by Mayall. There was a link with The Yardbirds in that Eric Clapton from /5().
  4. The singles discography of Eric Clapton consists of 24 early career singles that Clapton recorded with various bands and artists including The Yardbirds, John Mayall & the Blues Breakers, Cream, John Lennon and the Plastic Ono Band as well as Derek and the lauflamacerusinmadernokasdiskca.xyzinfo a solo artist, Clapton released 91 singles and various promotional formats from to date.
  5. Other Versions (5 of ) View All Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; LK , LK John Mayall With Eric Clapton: John Mayall With Eric Clapton - Blues Breakers ‎ (LP, Album, Mono, Fli): Decca, Decca: LK , LK
  6. blues/blues rock album recorded by John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton as part of the band. It is the second album credited to John Mayall after the live John Mayall Plays John Mayall. Clapton left to form Cream after this recording, though would team up again in for the double LP Back to the Roots.
  7. Free guitar backing track for Hideaway by Eric Clapton in MP3 format. Download it for free.
  8. Few albums have had greater impact than John Mayall's landmark "Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton." Released by the Decca label in Britain on 22 July , literally days after Clapton left the Bluesbreakers and just a week before Cream's debut, it went all the way to #6, a pretty mean feat, since Mayall's band had never had a hit single.

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