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New Clapton CD Due in March

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Eric Clapton has set March 12th as the release date for Old Sock, his 21st studio album and his first since 2010. The disc features two new original songs, “Every Little Thing” and “Gotta Get Over,” in addition to covers of some of the legendary guitarist’s favorite songs from throughout his life. The disc includes tracks from Leadbelly, J.J. Cale, Peter Tosh, George Gershwin, Gary Moore and others, while featuring guest appearances from Chaka Khan, Steve Winwood, Paul McCartney and more. The album will be issued through Clapton’s own Bushbranch label, with distribution via Surfdog Records.

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