461 Ocean Boulevard, listening to this record can be a relaxing experience, yet shows Clapton back to full form on his creative Blues side.
Most of what takes the album's popularity is the cover of I Shot the Sheriff, which is a great version, but nonetheless the best parts of this record is truly the more mellow side. Clapton's blend of acoustic roots into the electric vibe, not only jam, but explore like time.
Let It Grow; a tie for my favorite song on the album, I think this worth a listen for anyone that likes to hear notes ringing and blending in time, much like a Pink Floyd tune. Steady Rollin' Man is a great tune, as Motherless Children. All around this is a pretty decent record, yet I wouldn't call it the best Clapton record.
8 out of 10