Second studio album by the English rock and blues guitarist, singer and songwriter. The album was originally released in late July 1974 for RSO Records, shortly after the record company released the hit single 'I Shot the Sheriff'. The album topped various international charts and sold more than two million copies.

Track Listing –

  • 1. Motherless Children
  • 2. Give Me Strength
  • 3. Willie and the Hand Jive
  • 4. Get Ready
  • 5. I Shot the Sheriff
  • 6. I Can't Hold Out
  • 7. Please Be With Me
  • 8. Let It Grow
  • 9. Steady Rollin' Man
  • 10. Mainline Florida
Artist:
  • Eric Clapton
Brand:
  • UMC

Eric Clapton - 461 Ocean Boulevard Vinyl

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Second studio album by the English rock and blues guitarist, singer and songwriter. The album was originally released in late July 1974 for RSO Records, shortly after the record company released the hit single 'I Shot the Sheriff'. The album topped various international charts and sold more than two million copies.

Track Listing –

  • 1. Motherless Children
  • 2. Give Me Strength
  • 3. Willie and the Hand Jive
  • 4. Get Ready
  • 5. I Shot the Sheriff
  • 6. I Can't Hold Out
  • 7. Please Be With Me
  • 8. Let It Grow
  • 9. Steady Rollin' Man
  • 10. Mainline Florida
Artist:
  • Eric Clapton
Brand:
  • UMC

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Eric at his best...

Owned the album on cassette, now on vinyl. The stereo in this is a classic and you should hear this when it’s at its best. Own this now.