Hung Up On Your Love - Eric Clapton - August
Label: Warner Bros. Records - W4-25476,Duck Records - W4-25476 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock
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August Eric Clapton. Released August Tracklist. 1. It's In The Way That You Use It Lyrics. 2. Run Lyrics. 3. Tearing Us Hung Up On Your Love Lyrics. 7. Take A.
Eric Clapton - August Album Lyrics; 1. Hold On Lyrics: 2. Behind the Mask Lyrics: 3. Run Lyrics: 4. Hung Up on Your Love Lyrics: 5. Holy Mother Lyrics: 6. Miss You Lyrics: 7. Bad Influence Lyrics: 8. It's In the Way That You Use It Lyrics: 9. It’s in the Way That You Use It Lyrics.
August. Release Date: TRACKS. DISC 1. DISC 2. It's in the Way That You Use It. Run. Tearing Us Apart. Bad Influence. Walk Away. Hung Up on Your Love. Take a Chance. Hold On. Miss You. Holy Mother. Behind the Mask. Grand Illusion. Login or Register to post I agree to receive personalized updates and marketing messages about Eric.
Hung Up On Your Love Lyrics: I was ready to take a chance / I found myself a new romance / Then you call that same old night / Always change my mind / .
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Jul 20, · August is a good-time album. It's Clapton at the peak of his pop stardom. Beats are snappy and danceable (unusual for Clapton), even though the lyrics are frequently about unhappy love affairs (usual for him). Clapton's career was languishing until the Live Aid concert in July That one performance launched him into the stratosphere/5(79).
Eric Clapton adopted a new, tougher, hard R&B approach on August, employing a stripped-down band featuring keyboard player Greg Phillinganes, bassist Nathan East, and drummer/producer Phil Collins, plus, on several tracks, a horn section and, on a couple of tracks, backup vocals by Tina Turner, and performing songs written by old Motown hand Lamont Dozier, among others.4/