Eric Clapton - I Still Do mp3 album
I Still Do is the twentieth studio album by English musician Eric Clapton, and was released through the independent Bushbranch Records/Surfdog Records label. The album is a combination of new material written by Clapton and classic songs, contemporary tunes and influences interpreted in his own style. The album was produced by Glyn Johns who had worked with Clapton on Slowhand (1977) and Backless (1978).
February 18, 2016) – Music legend Eric Clapton has reunited with famed producer Glyn Johns for his forthcoming 23rd studio album I Still Do, set for release on May 20, 2016 on his Bushbranch Records/Surfdog Records. Clapton and Johns – who has also produced albums for The Eagles, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and The Who – most famously worked together on Clapton’s iconic Slowhand album, which is RIAA-certified 3x-platinum and topped charts globally. The 12-track record includes some original songs written by Clapton. This album follows his last release, the 2014 chart-topping Eric Clapton & Friends: The Breeze, An Appreciation of JJ Cale. This was a long and overdue opportunity to work with Glyn Johns again, and also, incidentally, the fortieth anniversary of 'Slowhand'! said.
Music legend Eric Clapton has reunited with famed producer Glyn Johns for his forthcoming 23rd studio album I Still Do, set for release on May 20, 2016 on his Bushbranch Records/Surfdog Records. Clapton and Johns who has also produced albums for The Eagles, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and The Who most famously worked together on Clapton's iconic Slowhand album, which is RIAA-certified 3x-platinum and topped charts globally. The 12-track record includes some original songs written by Clapton
Such mellowed good vibes are the calling card of I Still Do, which otherwise proceeds along the same path Clapton's records follow in the 21st century: he blends covers of well-worn blues standards with a couple of . Cale tunes, a few old pop standards, a Bob Dylan chestnut, and original songs that draw upon aspects of all of.
Eric Clapton will release his 23rd album, I Still Do, on May 20. The 12-track LP marks his first record with producer Glyn Johns since 1977's classic Slowhand and the following year's Backless. I Still Do will be Clapton's first album since 2013's Old Sock, a mostly covers album that made it to No. 7 in the . Clapton and Johns' Slowhand collaboration gave the legendary guitarist the bestselling studio album of his career, with close to four million copies sold (1992's live Unplugged has sold more than 10 million copies, making it Clapton's all-time biggest seller). Slowhand (and, to a lesser extent, the similar-themed and -sounding Backless) remains a highlight of Clapton's long solo career.
Eric Clapton will put out his 23rd solo album, I Still Do, this spring. The singer teamed with producer Glyn Johns, who has previously worked with the Rolling Stones, Eagles, Led Zeppelin and the Who and on Clapton’s own 1977 LP, Slowhand, home of the hits Cocaine, Wonderful Tonight and Lay Down Sally. The new record will come out on May 20th via Clapton’s own Bushbranch imprint, in association with Surfdog Records. I Still Do follows up Clapton’s 2014 record Eric Clapton & Friends: The Breeze, An Appreciation of JJ Cale. Clapton told Rolling Stone that year that he was planning on writing and recording another LP when head heard about the death of Cale, a singer-songwriter, in 2013. I always play into the unknown, he said of his guitar habits at the time. I don’t practice things that are known to me unless I’m getting ready to do live work.
The last Clapton studio album to feature Harrison on guitar or vocals is 1989's Journeyman, although Clapton covered Harrison's "Love Comes to Everyone" on 2005's Back Home. Coincidentally, Clapton's last album of mostly original material, 2013's Old Sock, features bass and vocals by Harrison's former bandmate, Paul McCartney. I Still Do is the followup to 2014's Eric Clapton & Friends: The Breeze, An Appreciation of . Stay tuned for updates about I Still Do (and about Angelo Mysterioso, for that matter) in the weeks ahead.
Eric Clapton has announced a new studio album for this spring, and it will include contributions from and old friend. The new set I Still Do drops May 20 and features acoustic guitar and vocals on the track I Will Be There from a musician named Angelo Mysterioso. This just happens to be a pseudonym used decades ago by none other than George Harrison. The late Beatles guitarist first used the moniker when co-writing the song "Badge for the 1969 Cream album Goodbye.