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Forever Man Deluxe Fan Edition

Forever Man Deluxe Fan Edition

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Forever Man features 19 tracks over two LPs and spans three decades of Clapton’s Reprise Records years. This deluxe package includes a limited edition Forever Man T-Shirt, a limited edition Forever Man Mug and an 18x24 inch limited edition high quality lithograph. Liner notes written by noted rock journalist and author Malcolm Dome

Membership benefits to EC Access Includes:

  • A one year membership to the official Eric Clapton online community, EC Access
  • The opportunity to purchase tickets to select events when Eric tours
  • Unlimited 10% discount in the official Eric Clapton online store
  • Access to the brand new member’s only online forum
  • The opportunity to participate in exclusive contests, lotteries, and more!

The code to redeem your EC Access membership will be available on the order confirmation page and order confirmation email.

Pre-order item - released on June 23, 2015

Side 1
1.       Gotta Get Over
2.       I’ve Got A Rock ‘N’ Roll Heart                               
3.       Anyway The Wind Blows - with J.J. Cale                       
4.       My Father’s Eyes                                             
5.       Motherless Child                                             

Side 2
1.       Pretending                                                   
2.       Little Queen Of Spades                                       
3.       Bad Love                                                     
4.       Behind The Mask

Side 3
1.       Tears In Heaven
2.       Change The World
3.       Call Me The Breeze
4.       Forever Man
5.       Riding With The King - with B.B. King

Side 4
1.       It’s In The Way That You Use It                              
2.       Circus
3.       Got You On My mind
4.       Travelin’ Alone
5.       Revolution