[Kronomyth 9.0] Soft-hearted mana.
[Kronomyth 10.0] Another alcoholiday in Paradise.
George had developed as a songwriter, but even Abbey Road didn’t prepare you for the creative outpouring of this triple-elpee set.
Kronomyth 10.01: ERICONOMICAL. The Eric Clapton of the 80s was another animal altogether. The music and the man were cleaner, the voice was…
Kronomyth 9.1 TOKYO TIME. Eric used to open this song with a dedication to his Tulsan backing band, but that was then and…
[Kronomyth 7.1] More Than OK.
[Kronomyth 3.1] Marley’s Ghost.
A slighly edited version of “Carnival” served as the second single from No Reason To Cry, but it weren’t no Wonderful Tonight.
[Kronomyth 2.0] The Rainbow Connection, the Lovers, the Dreamers and Me.
[Kronomyth 6.0] Eric and Bob in The Band’s basement.
[Kronomyth 4.0] It’s What Jamaica Life.
[Kronomyth 1.0] Creamelot.
[Kronomyth 1.5] BlinDereKlapton.
[Kronomyth 10.0] The Big Band Aid Show.
Ken Russell’s film adaptation of Tommy featuring a who’s who of rock and film stars, including The Who.