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Eric Clapton — Hey Hey
Album: Unplugged
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7.3

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Total ratings: 301









Released: 1992
Length: 3:11
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Hey hey. Hey hey, baby, hey.
Hey hey. Hey hey, baby, hey.
I love you baby,
Sure ain't gonna be your dog.

Hey hey. Hey hey, baby, hey.
Hey hey. Hey hey, baby, hey.
My arms around you baby,
All I can say is hey.

Hey hey. Hey hey, baby, hey.
Hey hey. Hey hey, baby, hey.
I love you baby,
Sure ain't gonna be your dog.

Hey hey. You lost your good thing now.
Hey hey. You lost your good thing now.
You had me fooled,
I found it out somehow.
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 Mugro wrote:
Daveinbawlmer wrote:
Clapton is just empty to me. RL Burnside was on beforehand, and he's the real badassed deal. Clapton just don't cut it. <-( =;
Got to agree with you there, although I am not a Clapton basher. Those old school bluesmen seem to be more "real" somehow than whatever Eric Clapton can put together. Eric and his generation were better when they were re-interpreting blues with hard rock electric guitars (in bands like Cream, Led Zepplin, etc.) than trying to do stripped down blues. This is because the old bluesmen already did stripped down blues as good as it could be done. That being said, I think that Clapton is still a great artist even if he is doing cardboard tasting stripped down blues.
 
Yeah. Nothing against Clapton, but I have a recording of him doing a duet with BB King, and to my ear at least as they trade solos they are both blues masters, but you can tell that ONE of them is the Real Deal.
Far better fingerstyle guitarists all over youtube
 timandjuliet wrote:
I love this album. Quite good top to bottom.
 
Agreed!  As a HUGE EC fan when this unplugged album came out, it was super cool to me to hear new versions of some of his staples, in fact the Layla cut was impressive for how different it sounded, one of the few CDs I've kept all these years later even with having ripped it a few times....Long Live RP and acoustic tracks!!
Daveinbawlmer wrote:
Clapton is just empty to me. RL Burnside was on beforehand, and he's the real badassed deal. Clapton just don't cut it. <-( =;
Got to agree with you there, although I am not a Clapton basher. Those old school bluesmen seem to be more "real" somehow than whatever Eric Clapton can put together. Eric and his generation were better when they were re-interpreting blues with hard rock electric guitars (in bands like Cream, Led Zepplin, etc.) than trying to do stripped down blues. This is because the old bluesmen already did stripped down blues as good as it could be done. That being said, I think that Clapton is still a great artist even if he is doing cardboard tasting stripped down blues.
Love this....more of the like please! :D :D
Zweiblumen wrote:
I love this groovy bluesy stuff. Maybe some Stevie Ray coming up next? BTW, someone upload Shanty by Jonathan Edwards. Love that song around quittin' time on a Friday
thanks for the suggestion - i just downloaded Shanty - i love it!
I love this album. Quite good top to bottom.
Clapton is just empty to me. RL Burnside was on beforehand, and he's the real badassed deal. Clapton just don't cut it. <-( =;
I love this groovy bluesy stuff. Maybe some Stevie Ray coming up next? BTW, someone upload Shanty by Jonathan Edwards. Love that song around quittin' time on a Friday