Eric Clapton ‎– There's One In Every Crowd

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1 We've Been Told (Jesus Coming Soon)
Arranged By – Eric ClaptonWritten-By – Willie Johnson
4:23
2 Swing Low Sweet Chariot
Arranged By – Eric ClaptonWritten-By – Traditional
3:30
3 Little Rachel
Written-By – Jim Byfield
4:05
4 Don't Blame Me
Written-By – Eric Clapton, George Terry
3:32
5 The Sky Is Crying
Written-By – Elmore James, Morgan Robinson
3:57
6 Singin' The Blues
Written-By – Mary McCreary
3:24
7 Better Make It Through Today
Written-By – Eric Clapton
4:04
8 Pretty Blue Eyes
Written-By – Eric Clapton
4:42
9 High
Written-By – Eric Clapton
3:29
10 Opposites
Written-By – Eric Clapton
4:44

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ⒸⓅ 2001 DTS, INC.
ⒸⓅ 1975 PolyGram Records
Recorded at Dynamic Sounds Studio, Kingston, Jamaica and at Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, Florida.
Produced by arrangement with The Robert Stigwood Organization.
FOR DTS-CAPABLE 5.1 SOUND SYSTEMS
[HDS] HIGH DEFINITION SURROUND are trademarks of Mobile Fidelity International, a division of Miller Nevada Ltd., Inc.
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  • Barcode: 7 1021-54424-2 6

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SO 4806 Eric Clapton There's One In Every Crowd(LP, Album, SP) RSO SO 4806 US 1975 Sell This Version
P20W 22016 Eric Clapton There's One In Every Crowd(CD, Album) RSO P20W 22016 Japan 1989 Sell This Version
UICY-9159 Eric Clapton There's One In Every Crowd(CD, Album, RE, RM, Unofficial, Min) Polydor (2) UICY-9159 Russia 2001 Sell This Version
2479 132 Eric Clapton There's One In Every Crowd(LP, Album, Promo) RSO 2479 132 Germany 1975 Sell This Version
2479 132 Eric Clapton There's One In Every Crowd(LP, Album) RSO 2479 132 Netherlands 1975 Sell This Version

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bklockhart

bklockhart

March 30, 2015
On Clapton's 70th birthday, I had to bring this one out of hiding. Also given this was released in 1975, my junior year in high school, and 40 years into its initial release on lp, it has never sounded better. It sounded GREAT in '75 and into my college years when I fell in love with reggae. Remember hearing 'Don't Blame Me' on the heels of 'I Shot the Sheriff' as a freshman at SIU (Salukilandia / Little Egypt) AFTER hearing the original done by Marley and being impressed by how he channeled the Wailers and really figured out that one-drop rhythm. I couldn't articulate it then, but we FELT it. In any case, a fine listen with a nice understated 5.1 mix. Pardon not taking the time to articulate it all now as I'm just really enjoying the music. Making me itch to dig out 461 Ocean Blvd. in surround to get the prequel effect. Can't remember when I bought this disc, but most likely in Sacramento on one of my many used CD stores, e.g. The Beat, Dimple Records, etc. to seek out hi-res discs whenever I could. Enjoying it almost as much as I did the vinyl back in our Southern Illinois Big Muddy River heyday. Long live Clapton.