RSO Records publish Eric Clapton’s third album : ‘There’s One in Every Crowd’ (1975)

Eric Clapton‘s ‘There’s One in Every Crowd’ is his third studio album recorded shortly after ‘461 Ocean Boulevard’ and released in March 1975 by RSO.

Track Listing : 1.We’Ve Been Told (Jesus Coming Soon) (Willie Johnson, Traditional) – 04:28 . 2.Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (Traditional, Eric Clapton) – 03:33 . 3.Little Rachel (Jim Byfield) – 04:06 . 4.Don’T Blame Me (Eric Clapton, George Terry) – 03:35 . 5.The Sky Is Crying (Elmore James) – 03:58 . 6.Singin’ The Blues (Mary Mccreary) – 03:26 . 7.Better Make It Through Today (Eric Clapton) – 04:07 . 8.Pretty Blue Eyes (Eric Clapton) – 04:45 . 9.High (Eric Clapton) – 03:30 . 10.Opposites (Eric Clapton) – 04:52

Musicians : Eric Clapton – Lead Vocals, Electric And Acoustic Guitars, Dobro . George Terry – Electric And Acoustic Guitars, Backing Vocals . Jamie Oldaker – Drums, Percussion . Dick Sims – Organ, Piano, Electric Piano . Carl Radle – Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar . Yvonne Elliman – Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals . Marcy Levy – Backing Vocals

Production : Produced By Tom Dowd Steve Klein – Engineer . Carlton Lee – Engineer . Don Gehman – Engineer . Graeme Goodall – Engineer . Ronnie Logan – Engineer . Karl Richardson – Engineer

Package : Robert Ellis – Back Cover . Eric Clapton – Drawing

Recorded Late 1974 – Early 1975.

ReleasedIn March 1975 By Rso.

(Source Eric Clapton‘s ‘There’s One in Every Crowd’ | Official Site)

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Rolling Stone
Clapton also fails to challenge us; and it is the challenges he’s issued to himself and to us, much more than his virtuosity, that have made him a pantheon artist. Those who have been moved by Clapton’s work would be acting unfairly if they demanded a Layla every time he recorded. […]

Wilson & Alroy’s Record Reviews
If anything, this is the most contemplative and authentic album of Clapton’s entire solo career. But neither it nor the following studio album were even vaguely as big a seller as 461 or any of the Cream/Dominos records. Go figure. […]

Scott’s Rock and Soul Album Reviews
Anyway, it’s a shame that none of these well-crafted songs aren’t better knownand that this album doesn’t have a better reputation than it does. Really, it’s one of his better solo albums and is easily enjoyable provided that you can ditch the “Eric Is God” expectations. […]

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