Eric Clapton
461 Ocean Boulevard

  1 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm   

( 1974 ) 2004 EU reissue on 180g LP = The 1974 album on which Clapton's solo career truly caught fire. 461 Ocean Boulevard is best remembered for its hit version of Bob Marley's " I Shot the Sheriff ", perhap's the first time many in America ever heard th

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Release date 19-08-2004 (Originally released in 1974)

2004 EU reissue on 180g LP = The 1974 album on which Clapton's solo career truly caught fire. 461 Ocean Boulevard is best remembered for its hit version of Bob Marley's " I Shot the Sheriff ", perhap's the first time many in America ever heard the rhythms of reggae music.

Its also an album on which emotions run high especially on two Clapton originals the prayerful " Give Me Strength and the pleading " Let It Grow " . Clapton maintains his grounding in the blues with versions of Robert Johnson's " Steady Rollin Man"  and Elmore James' " I Cant Hold Out", revisits a rock & roll classic in Johnny Otis' " Willie and the Hand Jive"  and turns the standard " Motherless Children into a showcase of snarling guitars. Following a period of dark reclusiveness 461 Ocean Boulevard was a powerful comeback for Clapton.

Tracks
A1 Motherless Children
A2 Give Me Strength
A3 Willie And The Hand Jive
A4 Get Ready
A5 I Shot The Sheriff

B1 I Can't Hold Out Much Longer
B2 Please Be With Me
B3 Let It Grow
B4 Steady Rollin' Man
B5 Mainline Florida

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: Polydor
Originally released: 1974
This release: 2004
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