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By luvs3sing in the Style of Eric Clapton
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A collaboration with PaulMason http://www.singsnap.com/karaoke/member/paulmason and myself. This is a three layer recording done only with options available to all site users. It is not complicated at all. PaulMason Acoustic Lead and Rhythm Guitar Luvs3sing Drums and vocals
By DMAL in the Style of Eric Clapton
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For the feature- an old "Slowhand" classic. Some awesome Clapton guitar riffs in this one. "Lay Down Sally" is a single by Eric Clapton. It appeared on his November 1977 album Slowhand, and reached No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It is a shuffle performed in the style of J. J. Cale. Clapton also attributed other members of his band like Carl Radle of Oklahoma, George Terry, Oldaker and other members of the band as influencing the song. Clapton explained, "It's as close as I can get, being English, but the band being a Tulsa band, they play like that naturally. You couldn't get them to do an English rock sound, no way. Their idea of a driving beat isn't being loud or anything. It's subtle." The single was a crossover country music hit, reaching No. 26 in April 1978, Clapton's best showing on that chart.