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Clapton retained Climie as his collaborator for Pilgrim, his first album of new material since 's Journeyman. Cale by recording an album-long duet, The Road to Escondido. Edge of Darkness Clapton's popularity waned somewhat in the first half c,apton the '80s, as the albums Money and Cigarettes FebruaryBehind the Sun Marchand August November indicated a certain career stasis.
InClapton began playing regular shows with his old Blind Faith partner Steve Winwood, gigs that were captured on the double-live set Live from Madison Square Garden.
Retrieved from " https: An Appreciation of J. InRric returned the favor to Marsalis by collaborating on the live concert album Play the Blues: Select albums in the Format field.
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Jackson's version was finally released in on the posthumous album Michael. BORN March 30, An Appreciation of JJ Cale. Winwood also appeared on Clapton's next studio album, 's Clapton, which was a collaboration-heavy affair also featuring Cale, Sheryl Crow, Allen Toussaint, and Wynton Marsalis.
Clapton was largely inactive in anddue to heroin addiction, but he performed a comeback concert at the Rainbow Theatre in London on January 13,resulting in the album Eric Clapton's Rainbow Concert September In the fall ofWarner Bros.
While he mourned, he released a live album, 24 Nights Octoberculled from his annual concert series at Royal Albert Hall in London, and prepared a movie soundtrack, Rush January And his debut album, though it spawned the Top 40 hit "After Midnight," was typical of his self-effacing approach: Rockpop rockfunk rocknew wave.
Two years later, Clapton returned with a blues album, From the Cradle, which became one of his most successful albums, both commercially and critically.
The Road to Escondido. Hung Auugust On Your Love. Recording Industry Association of America. Pilgrim was greeted with decidedly mixed reviews upon its spring release, but the album debuted at number four and stayed in the Top Ten for several weeks on the success of the single "My Father's Eyes.
I Shot the Sheriff.
Later that year, Clapton released Live in San Diego, a double-disc album featuring a concert with J. That it took Clapton so long to go out on his own, however, was evidence of a degree of reticence unusual for one of his stature.
A aubust of his Warner recordings called Forever Man saw a spring release. But Slowhand Novemberwhich featured both the powerful "Cocaine" written by J.
Now and Zen Remastered. It found him reuniting with Slowhand producer Glyn Johns; the album debuted at six on the Billboard Top Legend has it that upon hearing Yellow Magic Orchestra 's original track, around —82, producer Quincy Jones fell in love with the track, and he and Michael Jackson recorded their own version with new lyrics by Jackson during his Thriller sessions.
Retrieved 15 August The duo released Retail Therapy to mixed reviews in early This page was last edited on 2 Octoberat Primarily produced by Claapton Collinsin association with longtime Clapton associate Tom DowdAugust became Clapton's biggest-selling album to date. It would be his last new studio album for nearly five years, though in the interim he claptton suffer greatly and enjoy surprising triumph.
The Cream of Clapton.