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CLAPTON'S 'SLOWHAND' 35TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION COMING IN DECEMBER

10/12/2012

Coming on December 4th will be the 35th Anniversary Edition of Eric Clapton's 1977 classic album, Slowhand. According to Vintage Vinyl News, in addition to a remastered version of the album, which contained such favorites as "Cocaine," "Wonderful Tonight," "Lay Down Sally," and "The Core," the set will feature four previously unreleased bonus tracks: "Looking At The Rain," "Alberta," "Greyhound Bus Stars," and "Strays And Ashtrays."

The set also includes a bonus disc capturing Clapton and his band in concert on April 27th, 1977 at London's Hammersmith Odeon, performing such Cream, Blind Faith, Derek & The Dominos, covers, and solo gems as "Hello Old Friend," "Sign Language," "Alberta," "Tell The Truth," Knockin' On Heaven's Door," "Steady Rolling Man," "Can't Find My Way Home," "Further On Up the Road," "Stormy Monday," "Badge," "Nobody Knows You (When You're Down And Out)," "I Shot The Sheriff," "Layla," and "Key To The Highway."

Slowhand is being released in five formats: CD - Original album remastered; Two CD Deluxe Edition; LP - Original album remastered; Three CD / One Audio DVD / one LP Super Deluxe Edition, and as a Digital Download.


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