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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 1 month 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 3 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 6 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 6 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 9 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 13 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 15 months ago by xsurfer