Disc: 1 The Many Faces Of Eric Clapton 1. How Long Blues/Come Back Baby - Pinetop Perkins Feat Eric Clapton 2. West Coast Idea - Eric Clapton 3. Knockin' on Heaven's Door - Arthur Louis Feat Eric Clapton 4. Take a Trip - Toots & the Maytals Feat Eric Clapton 5. Sending Me Angels - Jerry Lynn Williams Feat Eric Clapton 6. On My Way to Georgia - Corky Laing Feat Eric Clapton 7. Weeping Willow - Chris Barber Feat Eric Clapton 8. Draggin' My Tail - Eric Clapton & Jimmy Page 9. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl - the Yardbirds Feat Eric Clapton 10. I Ain't Got You - the Yardbirds Feat Eric Clapton 11. Come and Love Me - Arthur Louis Feat Eric Clapton 12. Lonely Years - John Mayall Feat Eric Clapton 13. Pressure Drop - Toots and the Maytals Feat Eric CLapton 14. Freight Loader - Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page
Disc: 2 The Songs 1. Tears in Heaven - Ann Peebles 2. Strange Brew - Buddy Guy 3. Layla - Eric Gales & Derek Trucks 4. Before You Accuse Me - Bo Diddley 5. Blues Power - Koko Taylor 6. Wonderful Tonight - Otis Clay 7. Roll It Over - Joe Louis Walker Feat James Cotto 8. Too Bad - Pinetop Perkins Feat John Hammond Jr. and Bob Margolin 9. Old Love - Otis Rush 10. Crossroads - Honeyboy Edwards Feat James Cotton 11. Sunshine of Your Love - Jack Bruce & HR Bigband 12. White Room - Jack Bruce Feat Gary Moore 13. Sitting on Top of the World - Jack Bruce Feat CLem Clemmson 14. Desert Cities of the Heart - Jack Bruce and HR Bigband
Disc: 3 The Originals 1. Ramblin' on My Mind - Robert Johnnson 2. Worried Life Blues - Big Maceo 3. Walkin' Blues - Son House 4. Sitting on Top of the World - Mississippi Sheiks 5. Key to the Highway - Big Bill Broonzy 6. Going Down Slow - St. Louis Jimmy Oden 7. (They Call It) Stormy Monday - T-Bone Walker 8. It Hurts Me Too - Tampa Red 9. A Spoonful Blues - Charley Patton 10. Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out - Bess 11. Alberta Blues - Mississippi Sheiks 12. Cross Road Blues - Robert Johnnson 13. I'm So Glad - Skip James 14. Floating Bridge - Sleepy John Estes
Three CD set. We all know that Eric Clapton is one of the greatest guitarists of all time. What is not that well known, is that he has collaborated with artists such as blues legend Pinetop Perkins, Jamaican guitarist Arthur Louis or trombonist Chris Barber (an institution within British music). Moreover, few probably have heard the versions of his songs by Koko Taylor and Ann Peebles, and we're pretty sure that almost no one has delved into the obscure blues records that have influenced Clapton early in his career. This is The Many Faces Of Eric Clapton, a deep look into the intimate world of one of the best British artists ever. A different kind of album to collect... and that it won't be available on streaming services!