Slowhand is the fifth solo album by Eric Clapton. Released on 25 November 1977 by RSO Records, and titled after Clapton’s nickname, it is one of his commercially and critically most successful studio albums. Slowhand produced the two hit singles “Lay Down Sally” and “Wonderful Tonight”, reached various international music charts and was honored with numerous awards and recording certifications.
Another Ticket is a 1981 album by Eric Clapton. Recorded and produced by Tom Dowd at the Compass Point Studios in Nassau, Bahamas with Albert Lee, it was Clapton’s last album for Polydor Records.
E. C. Was Here is a 1975 album by Eric Clapton. It was recorded live in 1974 and 1975 at the Long Beach Arena, the Hammersmith Odeon, and the Providence Civic Center by Record Plant Remote during Clapton’s first tour since Derek and the Dominos in 1970.
Timepieces: The Best of Eric Clapton is a greatest hits album by originally released by RSO/Polydor Records in April 1982.
There’s One in Every Crowd is the third full-length studio album by Eric Clapton. After the success of “I Shot the Sheriff”, Clapton and his backing band went to Jamaica to record There’s One in Every Crowd. The songs “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot”, “Little Rachel” and “Don’t Blame Me” are recorded in a reggae style, though the rest of the record is considered blues and rock.
Backless is the sixth full-length studio album by Eric Clapton. Backless reached No. 8 on the pop charts. While the single “Promises” only reached No. 37 in the UK, it was a much bigger success in the US, reaching No. 9 on the Billboard charts. The follow-up single, “Watch Out for Lucy”, was the B-side of “Promises”, but reached #40 on the Billboard charts on its own merit. This was Clapton’s last studio album to feature his longtime bassist Carl Radle who died in 1980.