Eric Clapton releases ‘Rush,’ a soundtrack album to the eponymous movie (1992)
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.
(Source Eric Clapton‘ – Rush (soundtrack) | Official Site)
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. […]
rod45 @ RateYourMusic
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. […]
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