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Derek and the Dominos
United States

Years: May, 1970 - Apr, 1971
Styles: Blues Rock, Classic Rock

Founder

Eric Clapton - Guitar, Vocals (in band: 1970 - 1971)

Members

Bobby Whitlock - Guitar, Keyboards, Organ, Piano, Vocals (in band: 1970 - 1971)
Carl Radle - Bass Guitar, Percussion (in band: 1970 - 1971)
Jim Gordon - Drums, Percussion, Piano (in band: 1970 - 1971)

Biography

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     Blind Faith broke up in 1970.  Clapton was still only 24, but fame had taken it’s toll and retreated into the ranks of  Delaney & Bonnie and Friends from which he formed his own, equally laid back Derek and the Dominoes.

     By this time Clapton was actively trying to shun publicity and even refused to have his name on the cover of the classic album Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs”. Meanwhile, his debut solo LP was recorded in Los Angeles in 1970; issued shortly after, it reached  the UK and US Top 20.

     The following year, the second Derek and the Dominoes album was scrapped due to the band’s worsening drugs problem and they decided to call it a day. Clapton went into seclusion , only coming out for the occasional charity performance ( including the Concert for Bangladesh). Ironically, “Layla” (a song written about George Harrison’s wife Patti), give the now defunct Derek and Dominoes a belated Top 10 hit in the UK in 1972.


The Great Rock Discography - Martin C.Strong, 1st Edition, Publisher: Crown Publishers, ISBN-10: 0812931114, p. 140


Albums

Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs (Nov 1, 1970)

Singles & EPs

Tell the Truth / Roll It Over (Sep, 1970)
Layla (Dec, 1970)
Bell Bottom Blues / Keep On Growing (Feb, 1971)
Layla / I Am Yours (Mar, 1971)
Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad [live] / Presence of the Lord [live] (Apr 27, 1973)

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