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The Road To Escondido Vinyl

Eric Clapton
The Road To Escondido Vinyl

Double Vinyl. Originally released 1/23/07 and discontinued in 2011. Now back in stock. Guitar great Cale and 3-time Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer, 16-time Grammy winner Clapton have teamed up for the first time to create this original album. The resulting hybrid sound defies categorization, but finds influence across the spectrum of blues, rock, country, and folk. The songs are warm and rich, with deep flowing rhythms, yet use an economy of words to express much.

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Double Vinyl. Originally released 1/23/07 and discontinued in 2011. Now back in stock. Guitar great Cale and 3-time Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer, 16-time Grammy winner Clapton have teamed up for the first time to create this original album. The resulting hybrid sound defies categorization, but finds influence across the spectrum of blues, rock, country, and folk. The songs are warm and rich, with deep flowing rhythms, yet use an economy of words to express much.

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Double Vinyl. Originally released 1/23/07 and discontinued in 2011. Now back in stock. Guitar great Cale and 3-time Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer, 16-time Grammy winner Clapton have teamed up for the first time to create this original album. The resulting hybrid sound defies categorization, but finds influence across the spectrum of blues, rock, country, and folk. The songs are warm and rich, with deep flowing rhythms, yet use an economy of words to express much.

Track List:

Full Length Vinyl 1
Side A:
1. Danger
2. Heads In Georgia
3. Missing Person
Side B:
1. When The War Is Over
2. Sporting Life Blues
3. Dead End Road
4. It's Easy

Full Length Vinyl 2
Side A
1. Hard To Thrill
2. Anyway The Wind Blows
3. Three Little Girls
4. Don't Cry Sister
Side B
1. Last Will And Testament
2. Who Am I Telling You?
3. Ride The River - By J. J. Cale & Eric Clapton