12 Songs, 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A poignant collection of covers and originals, and a reunion with an old friend. I Still Do finds the 71-year-old guitar hero teaming up with producer Glyn Johns for the first time since his 1977 classic, Slowhand. Together they’ve taken to realizing originals (like the subtle but soulful blues “Spiral”) and skillfully reinterpreting songs by Robert Johnson (“Stones in My Passway”), Skip James (“Cypress Grove”), Bob Dylan (“I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine”), and more, including “I’ll Be Seeing You”—a plaintive, 1930s Broadway tune-turned-jazz standard most commonly associated with Billie Holliday that Clapton makes the perfect closer.

EDITORS’ NOTES

A poignant collection of covers and originals, and a reunion with an old friend. I Still Do finds the 71-year-old guitar hero teaming up with producer Glyn Johns for the first time since his 1977 classic, Slowhand. Together they’ve taken to realizing originals (like the subtle but soulful blues “Spiral”) and skillfully reinterpreting songs by Robert Johnson (“Stones in My Passway”), Skip James (“Cypress Grove”), Bob Dylan (“I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine”), and more, including “I’ll Be Seeing You”—a plaintive, 1930s Broadway tune-turned-jazz standard most commonly associated with Billie Holliday that Clapton makes the perfect closer.

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