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I Feel Free - Eric Clapton Tribute

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Badge
Artist: James Ryan
5:26
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Hideaway
Artist: Martin Winch
3:22
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Tears in Heaven
Artist: Doug Doppler
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I Feel Free
Artist: Howard Hart
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White Room
Artist: Randy Coven
4:22
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Sunshine of Your Love
Artist: Brian Tarquin
4:10
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Keep on Growing
Artist: Larry Van Fleet
3:47
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Cocaine
Artist: Carlo Fragnito
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Crossroads
Artist: Chris Mahoney
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 39:20

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The funny thing about tributes to Eric Clapton is that Clapton has done them himself, and he would be the first to tell you that his career has been built on his attempts to emulate his own blues heroes, and that would be true to a point, but Clapton was wise enough, or maybe, at times, just lucky enough, to show how those players he loved could be translated into the electric age of rock, and he did it with a tremendous amount of raw elegance and style more often than not. This tribute set doesn’t stretch things too far, and while cuts here like James Ryan’s version of “Badge” and Brian Tarquin’s version of “Sunshine of Your Love” are big, boisterous, and fun to hear, they work largely because of the original and defining riffs that Clapton devised to carry these songs in the first place. The real gem of the disc is a live, horn-filled take on “How Blue Can You Get” (listed as one of two “bonus” tracks here) by B.B. King. One imagines it would be the track Clapton would go to first, next, and last. King makes the song his. No one else here does that. – Steve Leggett

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