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Nice, nice, nice. I listened to this album when it first came out and thought this guitar player is going places. Haha. Nice early Clapton guitar work. Very harsh and distorted guitar riffs that fits in well with the band. A pity they didn’t do more but then Cream was waiting around the corner and that was another real treat! Check it out!
Product description Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton This 1966 landmark album, along with the debut Butterfield Blues Band record that shipped the previous year, launched the blues-rock revolution of the mid-’60s. Eric Clapton, who’d skipped out on the Yardbirds to explore his deep-blues muse, was given every opportunity to shine on flash-guitar numbers like Otis Rush’s "All Your Love" and Freddy King’s "Hideaway." And Clapton’s easy-rolling cover of Robert Johnson’s "Ramblin’ on My Mind" marked his debut as a lead vocalist. John Mayall may have been overshadowed by his blazing attaché, but he and the Hughie Flint/John McVie rhythm section hold their own throughout. There are better ’60s blues albums, but few had greater impact. –Steve Stolder
Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton Review
Amazing blues album. I can see why it is considered to be one of the best blues albums of all time. Showcases of all the talent on this album from Clapton’s guitar, to Mayall’s harmonica, to a great jazz drum solo from Flint. Must have for any serious music fan. -Read Reviews-
Great blues simple. ..