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Wonderful Tonight - Eric Clapton - Slowhand (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Slowhand is Clapton’s fifth solo studio album and was released in The album was named after Eric Clapton’s nickname, which he got fom Giorgio Gomelsky, manager of The Yardbirds. On my.
  2. Eric Clapton ‘s album  Slowhand  is being released as a super deluxe edition box set (and other formats) on 19 November to celebrate its 35th anniversary. The album includes of two of Clapton’s best known songs Wonderful Tonight, and the cover of J.J. Cale’s Cocaine.
  3. Slowhand features "Wonderful Tonight," "Lay Down Sally" and "Cocaine," songs that are still heard regularly on radio and at Eric Clapton's live shows. The fact that they are still relevant so long after its release is a great recommendation and testimony to its place in Clapton's canon.
  4. "Slowhand" is the fifth solo studio album by Eric datibliopyrecubatemitdodileg.coinfoed on 25 November by RSO Records, and titled after Clapton's nickname, it is one of his most commercially and critically successful studio albums."Slowhand" produced the two hit singles "Lay Down Sally" and "Wonderful Tonight", reached various international music charts and was honoured with numerous awards and recording.
  5. Eric Clapton - Slowhand - CD datibliopyrecubatemitdodileg.coinfo Clapton had already established himself as a guitar legend by the time he released Slowhand. His heroin habit long behind him, Clapton's songwriting mastery was fully evident on the album, particularly in the stunning ballad "Wonderful Tonight."/5(82).
  6. This Clapton LP is the best-selling album of his career in the United States thanks to the inclusion of two of his best-known songs: the ballad "Wonderful tonight" and the "Cocaine" version of his idol JJ Cale.
  7. Jul 19, · Clapton had already established himself as a guitar legend by the time he released Slowhand. His heroin habit long behind him, Clapton's songwriting mastery was fully evident on the album, particularly in the stunning ballad "Wonderful Tonight."/5().
  8. While riding high on the charts five of the LP's tunes (The first four in succession and The Core) saw constant Album Rock airplay-Cocaine, Wonderful Tonight, Lay Down Sally, Next Time You See Her, and The Core. J.J. Cale's "Cocaine" starts the festivities. Clapton covers the song well and the memorable riff has never left the play list of FM /5(9).

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