New Eric Clapton Album
2013-03-08 by pesty | 18 Comments
As of right now, Clapton is streaming his new studio album, Old Sock at wsj.com. The
album contains 12 tracks; 2 of which are new composition titled "Every Little" and "Gotta
Get Over", and the other 10 are covers from artists including JJ Gale, Chaka Khan, Gary
Moore, and more. This is the first Clapton LP since his 2010 s/t release, and he'll be
touring the U.S. this Spring in celebration of his 50th year anniversary as a professional
musician.

Article Info: http://www.guitarworld.com/listen-new-eric-clapton-album-old-sock-
streaming-online

Album Stream: http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/03/05/exclusive-hear-eric-claptons-new-
album-old-sock-first/?mod=WSJBlog

Tour Dates: http://www.ericclapton.com/tour
Tagged: Eric Clapton

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bloc
March 8th 2013
35086 Comments


Never been a fan of the man's solo work. However, when he works with others it's damn gold.

joshieboy12345
March 8th 2013
5377 Comments


He's still alive?

foxblood
March 9th 2013
6797 Comments


Old Sock wtf

demigod!
March 9th 2013
45490 Comments


never been a fan of his solo work [2]. Cream is my shit. great guitarist though.

Digging: The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds

Epilogue
March 9th 2013
1603 Comments


he would always cream in his old sock........................

manosg
March 9th 2013
6973 Comments


Another weird cover art for EC...

Digging: Chapel - Satan's Rock 'N' Roll

taylormemer
March 9th 2013
4954 Comments


"he would always cream in his old sock........................"

HA!

NapalmCrusader
March 9th 2013
1737 Comments


This will be interesting.

demigod!
March 9th 2013
45490 Comments


prolly not tho

PumpBoffBag
March 9th 2013
331 Comments


cool, looking forward to this

TheNotrap
March 9th 2013
8197 Comments


Nice to see Clapton still making music.


Digging: Evergrey - Hymns for the Broken

newjunk2
March 9th 2013
232 Comments


Never been a fan of the man's solo work. [3]

Not sure I can think of an artist off the top of my head that bores me more than Clapton. I have a lot of respect for him as a guitarist, but as a singer/songwriter he makes music that only your boring god-fearing uncle could love.

geasoftime
March 9th 2013
1139 Comments


Clapton's only 67. I would keep playing until I couldn't hold a guitar if I was that guy. It's instant revenue.

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
March 9th 2013
24165 Comments


he's just goin through the motions now, I have no expectation that this will be any good

Jethro42
March 10th 2013
12776 Comments


Dont give up Eric

KjSwantko
March 10th 2013
9448 Comments


Old sock

omnipanzer
March 11th 2013
21681 Comments


Kind of excited for this but his later stuff (90's on) is less than stellar imho.

Digging: Free - Fire and Water

Ire
March 13th 2013
41841 Comments


this solo stuff is so zzzZZZzzzzzzzzzzzz...

cream tho yea duh yea okay bye



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