Eric Clapton’s ‘Rush’ is the soundtrack album to the movie of the same name fully written and performed by Clapton and released on January 14, 1992 by Duck / Reprise,
Track Listing : 1.New Recruit (Eric Clapton) – 01:30 . 2.Tracks And Lines (Eric Clapton) – 03:00 . 3.Realization (Eric Clapton) – 02:41 . 4.Kristen And Jim (Eric Clapton) – 03:38 . 5.Preludin Fugue (Eric Clapton) – 03:19 . 6.Cold Turkey (Eric Clapton) – 02:21 . 7.Will Gaines (Eric Clapton) – 03:46 . 8.Help Me Up (Eric Clapton, Will Jennings) – 05:50 . 9.Don’T Know Which Way To Go (Willie Dixon, Al Perkins) – 10:46 . 10.Tears In Heaven – (Eric Clapton, Will Jennings) – 04:30
Musicians : Eric Clapton – Dobro, Guitar, Vocals . Buddy Guy – Guitar, Vocals On (10) . Jimmy Bralower – Drum Machine . Lenny Castro – Percussion . Tim Drummond – Bass . Nathan East – Bass . Steve Ferrone – Drums . David Frank – Horn, Synthesizer, Synthesizer Horn . Randy Kerber – Conductor, Keyboards, Organ, Synthesizer . Robbie Kondor – Synthesizer . Chuck Leavell – Organ, Piano . Gayle Levant – Celtic Harp . Jaydee Mannes – Pedal Steel . Greg Phillinganes – Keyboards, Piano . Vaneese Thomas – Vocals (Background) . Jenni Muldaur – Vocals (Background) . Lani Groves – Vocals (Background) . Bill Champlin – Vocals (Background) . Bruce Dukov – Concert Master
Production : Produced By Russ Titelman . Eric Clapton, Russ Titelman, David Frank, Randy Kerber . Ed Cherney – Engineer . Tom Winslow – Assistant Engineer . Ben Fowler – Assistant Engineer . Alex Haas – Mixing . Ted Jensen – Mastering . Scott Mabuchi – Engineer . Richard Ornstein – Assistant Engineer
Arrangements : Eric Clapton, Russ Titelman, David Frank, Randy Kerber
Recorded Late 1991.
Released On January 14, 1992 By Duck / Reprise.
There are a few moments of decent guitar from Mr. Clapton but just a few. This is a soundtrack of a real downer of a flick and the music represents that. […]
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This soundtrack album produced one big hit for Clapton with “Tears in Heaven,” but it’s a wonderfully intense piece of work all the way through, with some terrific guitar work from Clapton himself. […]
Ultimately, I admire Clapton as a guitarist more for his tone than his technique, so this mostly-instrumental soundtrack is quite satisfying. […]