Eric Clapton’s ‘I Still Do’

Eric Clapton’s ‘I Still Do’ is his twenty-third solo studio album featuring both new material and covers of classics and released on May 20, 2016 by Bushbranch/Surfdog.

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Track Listing : 1.Alabama Woman Blues (Leroy Carr) – 05:06 . 2.Can’T Let You Do It (Jj Cale) – 03.50 . 3.I Will Be There (Paul Brady, John O’Kane) – 04.37 . 4.Spiral (Eric Clapton, Andy Fairweather Low, Simon Climie) – 05.04 . 5.Catch The Blues (Eric Clapton) – 04:51 . 6.Cypress Grove (Skip James) – 04:49 . 7.Little Man, You’Ve Had A Busy Day (Al Hoffman, Mabel Wayne, Maurice Sigler) – 03:11 . 8.Stones In My Passway (Robert Johnson) – 04:03 . 9.I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine (Bob Dylan) – 04:02 . 10.I’Ll Be Alright (Traditional) – 04:23 . 11.Somebody’S Knockin’ (Jj Cale) – 05:11 . 12.I’Ll Be Seeing You (Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal) – 05:00

Musicians : Eric Clapton – Guitars, Tambourine, Vocals . Henry Spinetti – Drums, Percussion . Dave Bronze – Electric Bass, Double Bass . Andy Fairweather Low – Guitars, Vocals . Paul Carrack – Hammond Organ, Vocals . Chris Stainton – Keyboards . Simon Climie – Guitars, Keyboards . Dirk Powell – Accordion, Mandolin, Vocals . Walt Richmond – Keyboards . Ethan Johns – Percussion . Michelle John – Vocals . Sharon White – Vocals . Angelo Mysterioso – Acoustic Guitar, Vocals On (3)

Production : Produced By Glyn Johns

Package : Sir Peter Blake – Artwork

Recorded 2015 – 2016.

Released On May 20, 2016 By Bushbranch/Surfdog.

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DROWNED IN SOUND
I Still Do is solid, unspectacular blues. Take Clapton’s voice out and this could be one of those Jools Holland collections they promote at weekends on Radio 2. But then Eric Clapton is 71; it’s no surprise he’s coasting. […]

Rolling Stone
Robert Johnson’s “Stones In My Passway” goes to church with handclaps, squeezebox, and wicked slide; in context, it might be interpreted as the funkiest blues about kidney problems ever. […]

Ultimate Classic Rock
That’s played out in a solo career that still looks for (and often finds) new meaning from slow-burn explorations of the old ways, whether that be in an original song or with a now-seemingly ubiquitous Robert Johnson cover. […]