Travelin Light - Eric Clapton - Reptile (CD, Album)

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Label: Reprise Records - 9 47966-2 • Format: CD HDCD, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock, Modern Electric Blues, Classic Rock


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  1. Tracklist: Reptile Got You On My Mind Travelin' Light Believe In Life Come Back Baby Broken Down Find Myself I Ain't Gonna Stand For It I Want A Little Girl Second Nature Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight Modern Girl Superman Inside Son And Sylvia.
  2. "Travelin' Light" is a song written and recorded by the Tulsa musician J.J. Cale. It was released in September on Cale's fourth studio album Troubadour under Shelter Records. It was also released as a single the same year.B-side: "Hey Baby".
  3. Travelin' Light. Believe In Life. Come Back Baby. Broken Down. Find Myself. I Ain't Gonna Stand For It. next >> previous; Release date: March 13, tracks: buy album link: Buy. itunes link: BUY on iTunes. Section: Albums. Label: CD/LP Reprise Records. album videos multi: I agree to receive personalized updates and marketing messages.
  4. Label: Reprise Records - 9 • Format: CD HDCD, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock, Modern Electric Blues, Classic Rock Eric Clapton - Reptile (, CD) | Discogs4/5(1).
  5. Jan 01,  · Other highlights on this cd are the covers Travelin' Light (written by J.J. Cale) and the bluesy Come Back Baby (Ray Charles). For the rest sounds Reptile again just as slick as its predecessor: many quiet numbers which are tastefully arranged, but we would like to hear a few ripping guitar solos by Eric Clapton/5().
  6. Reptile is the fourteenth solo studio album by Eric album was produced by Eric Clapton with Simon Climie and is Clapton's first album to include keyboard work by Billy Preston and background vocals by the album reached the Top 10 in 20 countries, topping the national album charts in three of them.
  7. But those who think of Clapton as the guy who plays "Cocaine" will be pleased with his cover of another J.J. Cale song, "Travelin' Light," and by the time the album was in record stores mainstream rock radio had already found "Superman Inside," which sounds like many of his mid-tempo rock hits of the '80s. This diversity is continued on less.
  8. Mar 13,  · Editors' Notes Clapton entered the new millennium doing what he'd come to do best, piecing together a grooving LP of softly sung ballads, bluesy covers, and rock ‘n’ roll barn burners. His cover of J.J. Cale’s "Travelin' Light" really heats up when the guitarist begins trading licks with Doyle Bramhall II, while "Believe in Life" stands among Clapton's best slow jams, its tender lyrics.
  9. Oct 27,  · © WMG Eric Clapton - "Reptile" [Live Video Version] Connect with Eric:

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