℗ 2013 Eric Clapton
 

Old Sock

Eric Clapton

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Further On Down The Road
Eric Clapton
5:42
2
Angel
Eric Clapton
3:53
3
The Folks Who Live On The Hill
Eric Clapton
3:44
4
Gotta Get Over
Eric Clapton
4:36
5
Till Your Well Runs Dry
Eric Clapton
4:40
6
All Of Me
Eric Clapton
3:22
7
Born To Lose
Eric Clapton
4:01
8
Still Got The Blues
Eric Clapton
5:52
9
Goodnight Irene
Eric Clapton
4:20
10
Your One and Only Man
Eric Clapton
4:27
11
Every Little Thing
Eric Clapton
4:31
12
Our Love Is Here To Stay
Eric Clapton
4:11
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    53:19
Old Sock is the nineteenth solo studio album by Eric Clapton. It includes two new compositions ("Gotta Get Over" and "Every Little Thing"), and covers of some of his favourite songs from childhood to the current day.

Several notable musicians were involved in the album, including Steve Winwood, JJ Cale and Paul McCartney. This is Cale's final major recorded contribution before his death in July 2013.

Clapton explained in an interview with the BBC that he came up with the album title after a conversation with David Bowie. The album cover is a selfie Clapton took with his iPhone while on holiday in Antigua.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Bushbranch/Surfdog Studio Masters

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