℗ 1975 Universal International Music B.V.

E.C. Was Here

Eric Clapton

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Driftin' Blues / Rambling On My Mind (Live)
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Can't Find My Way Home (Live)
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Ramblin' On My Mind (Live)
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Further On Up The Road (Live)
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Total Playing Time    46:48
UK Albums Charts - #14, 1975
Billboard 200 - #20, 1975

"Clapton sings and plays with authority, looseness and self-confidence ..."
- Rolling Stone

"... plenty of what he does best, which is play guitar."
- Robert Christgau

This live album from Eric Clapton was recorded in 1974 and 1975 on his first tour in four years; the break from the road seemingly having revitalized Clapton who was at his peak on guitar when these songs were performed live. The live band includes George Terry on second guitar and Yvonne Elliman on backing vocals.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Universal International Music B.V. Studio Masters

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