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Life In 12 Bars: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Life In 12 Bars: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Eric Clapton buy album

Eric Clapton

Label: Universal Music Enterprises
Released: 2018
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Track Listing

CD 1: Backwater Blues; My Life Is Ruined; I Got Mojo Working; I Wish You Would; For Your Love; Steppin' Out; All Your Love; I Feel Free; Strange Brew; Sunshine of Your Love; Good to Me as I Am to You; Crossroads; While My Guitar Gently Weeps; Badge; White Room; Spoonful; Presence of the Lord. CD 2: Comin' Home; After Midnight; Let It Rain; High; My Sweet Lord; Thorn Tree in the Garden; Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out; Bell Bottom Blues; Layla; Little Wing; Got to Get Better in a Little While; I Shot the Sheriff; Little Queenie; Mainline Florida; Tears in Heaven.

Personnel

Eric Clapton
Eric Clapton

guitar, electric

Additional Personnel / Information

Eric Clapton: vocals, guitar, lead guitar; acoustic guitar, dobro; Big Bill Broonzy: vocals, guitar; Keith Relf: vocals, harmonica; Jack Bruce: vocals, bass, piano; Aretha Franklin: vocals, piano; Steve Winwood: vocals, keyboards, bass; Delaney Bramlett: lead vocal, guitar; Bonnie Bramlett: vocals; Rita Coolidge: vocals; Yvonne Elliman: background vocals; Marcy Levy: background vocals; Tom Bernfeld: background vocals; Dave Mason: guitar; George Harrison: vocal, rhythm guitar, slide guitar, organ, acoustic guitar; Duane Allman: slide & lead guitars; George Terry: guitar, background vocals; John Lennon: electric guitar; Paul McCartney: harmony vocal, bass, piano; Chris Dreja: rhythm guitar; Muddy Waters: vocals, guitar; Jimmy Rogers: guitar; Tat Harris: guitar; Pete Ham/Tom Evans/Joey Molland: acoustic guitars; Jimmy Johnson & Bobby Womack: guitars; Jaydee Maness: pedal steel; Randy Kerber: synthesizer; John Mayall: vocals, organ; Felix Pappalardi: piano, mellotron; Brian Auger: harpsichord; Billy Preston: piano; Gary Wright: electric piano; Spooner Oldham: organ: Bobby Whitlock: organ, harmonium;; Leon Russell: piano; Albhy Galuten: piano; Dick sims: organ; Little Walter: harmonica; James Cotton: harmonica; Gayle Levant: Celtic Harp; Alan Skidmore: tenor sax; Johnny Almond: baritone sax; Dennis Healy: trumpet; Melvin Lastie/Joe Newman/Bernie Glow: trumpets; Klaus Voorman: bass; Tony Studd: bass trombone; King Curtis & Seldon Powell: tenor saxophones; Frank Wess: tenor sax, flue; Haywood Henry: tenor saxophone; Bobby Keys: sax; Jim Price: trumpet; Roger Hawkins: drums; Paul Samwell-Smith: bass:John McVie: bass; Andrew Stevenson: bass; Carl Radle: bass; Tommy Cogbill: bass; Nathan East; bass; Ron Prentice: bowed bass; Denny Percy: bongos; Tex Johnson: percussion; Mike Gibbins: percussion; Francis Clay: drums; Elgin Evans: drums; Jim McCarty: drums; Hughie Flint: drums; Ginger Baker: drums; Ringo Starr: drums, tambourine, castanets; Jim Gordon: drums, percussion, piano; Jimmy Bralower: drum machine; Lenny Castro: percussion; Jamie Oldaker: drums; John Barham: string and woodwind arrangements.


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