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Since 1963, Eric Clapton has contributed to two hundred albums by other artists, from the very famous to the obscure and the unexpected. Those names include Aretha Franklin, The Rolling Stones, Sting, Phil Collins, Rod Stewart, Hawkwind, Ray Charles, Kate Bush, The Tony Rich Project, Toots and the Maytals and Mary J. Blige.
If you’ve never heard Beat of the Night by Bob Geldof, Sexual Revolution by Roger Waters or I Wish It Would Rain Down by Phil Collins, this book tells you about Eric’s part in those recordings and many more, as well as his more notorious collaborations with the likes of all four of The Beatles, Bob Dylan and Ed Sheeran.
A handy guide to help the reader find their way into such a lengthy and successful second career.
Andrew Wild is an experienced writer, music collector and film buff with many books to his name including recent publications about Queen, Pink Floyd and Dire Straits. His comprehensive study of every song recorded and performed by The Beatles between 1957 and 1970 was published by Sonicbond in 2019 and his first book on Eric Clapton – Eric Clapton Solo on track was published in 2021. He lives in Rainow, Cheshire, UK.