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Audio CD, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered, September 10, 1996
Everyone raves about 461 Ocean Blvd, but I never thought much about it.
"Walk Out In The Rain", "Tulsa Time", and J.J.Cale's excellent "I'll Make Love To You Anytime" are standouts, but not a bad song on the album.
Nearly every song on the disc is great with the exception of "Roll It," which is an obvious filler.
This is one of Clapton's under-rated albums ... only a couple weak cuts. Not at the level of his best work like " Derek & the Dominoes" or "461 Ocean Blvd. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr. Crankshaft
I have only played this once and think I need a few more listens as I'm only familiar with 'Promises.'Published 2 months ago by Norma Brennan
... more than I remembered. What I remembered was a pale follow-up to "Slowhand." Here Clapton immerses himself in the "Tulsa sound" of his friend J.J. Cale. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Captain K
This is one of my favorite cd's. I lost it many years ago and decided it was time to replace it. I ordered it and it was delivered in a timely fashion and was in very good... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Robin O'Connor Ward
This may be ok for EC himself - a break from the intensity of his best work - at that point, far behind him - that was done in the 60s, and up to 71-72. Read morePublished 7 months ago by kmanthie
I have been listening to Eric for years, and this album is fantastic. Buy it and enjoy.The price is right at amazon.Published 7 months ago by Paul M. Linn
Let me start by saying I have never been a huge Clapton fan. I like certain songs here and there, but I bought this many many years ago when it was released, and loved it all. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Phil
Can we alljuts agree on roll it is stupid. come on Its not even a song? Its a have hearted studio jam and mary levy juts sings rando mcrap and trys to make it ryhme. Read morePublished 14 months ago by rod belt
I recently bought Backless to replace a copy that I lost years ago. While it doesn't have a monstrous hit like Cocaine on it, I dare say it's a better album than Slowhand. Read morePublished 16 months ago by xsurfer