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Eric Clapton to Release New Album 'Old Sock' in March

January 30, 2013 (8:54 am) GMT
The legendary guitarist will release his twenty-first career album this March featuring ex-Beatle Paul McCartney.
Eric Clapton

"Tears in Heaven" singer and guitarist is set to release a new album by the end of the first quarter in 2013. Entitled "", the album will be the legendary rocker's 21st career LP and his first since his 2010 "" album. Fellow English music superstar , formerly of the phenomenal band , is featured along with other special guests.

To be released under Clapton's own Bushbranch label, "Old Sock" will carry new version of 10 of his favorite songs from throughout his life plus two new tracks "Every Little" and "Gotta Get Over". McCartney plays bass guitar as he sings the track "All of Me" while R'n'B diva lends back-up vocals on "Get on Over".

Clapton's old Blind Faith band mate, the Grammy Award-winning instrumentalist Steve Winwood, plays the organ on "Still Got the Blues", while blues legend plays guitar and sings back-up on the single "Angel". Other tracks featured have the three-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee covering a myriad of genres, from blues to reggae and jazz standards.

In support of the new album, the former The Yardbirds and Cream member will go on a U.S. concert tour that will end in the Crossroads Guitar Festival at the Madison Square Garden. Legendary guitarists , , and will guest along with their younger contemporaries and .

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