Eric Clapton - Timepieces Vol II Live in the Seventies - 12" VInyL LP Album

"Timepieces Vol II: Live in the Seventies" is a 12" vinyl LP album released by Eric Clapton in 1983. The album features live recordings from Clapton's performances in the 1970s, showcasing his electrifying stage presence and guitar skills. It includes well-known tracks like "Badge" and "Layla," capturing the energy and excitement of Clapton's live shows from that era. This web page has photos of album covers, inner sleeves, record labels together with production details, musicians and track-listing.


High Resolution Photo #1 ERIC CLAPTON Timepieces Vol II Live in the Seventies

Music Genre:

Rock, Blues Music 

Collector's Information:

Photography Barry Plummers



Produced by Jon Astley. Mixed by Jon Astley and Phil Chapman

Includes original custom inner sleeve with photos of Eric Clapton performing with Bob Dylan, ROn Wood, Pete Townshend, as well as Eric Clapton's biography.

Record Label:  RSO 811 835 (811835)  

Media Format:

12" Vinyl LP Record  

Year & Country:

1983 Made in Germany  
Band Members and Musicians on: Eric Clapton - Timepieces Vol II Live in the Seventies
  • Derek & the Dominos
  • Bobby Whitlock
  • Carl Redie
  • Jim Gordon
  • Jamie Oldaker
  • Dick Sims
  • George Terry
  • Yvonne Elliman
  • Henry Spinetti
  • Chris Stainton
  • Albert Lee
  • Dave Markee
Track Listing of: Eric Clapton - Timepieces Vol II Live in the Seventies
    Side One:
  1. Tulsa Time
  2. Knockin' on heaven's door
  3. If I Don't be there by Morning
  4. Rambling on my Mind
    Side Two:
  1. Presence of the Lord
  2. Can't find my way Home
  3. Smile
  4. Blues Power

Index of ERIC CLAPTON Vinyl Album Discography and Album Cover Gallery

ERIC CLAPTON Mini-Biography

  Eric Clapton (Full-name: Eric Patrick Clapton ) a British guitarist, singer, and songwriter. He is widely considered one of the greatest guitarists of all time and has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame three times. He first gained fame as a member of the band The Yardbirds, and later as a member of Cream, one of the first supergroups. Clapton has also had a successful solo career and has released numerous hit songs, including "Layla," "Wonderful Tonight," and "Tears in Heaven." He has won 18 Grammy Awards and has been awarded the Order of the British Empire for his services to music.

  Clapton was born in Ripley, Surrey, England, in 1945. He showed an early interest in the guitar and began playing in local bands in his teens. He rose to prominence in the mid-1960s as a member of The Yardbirds, and later as a member of Cream, where he showcased his virtuosic guitar playing and blues-influenced style.

  In the 1970s, Clapton launched a successful solo career, releasing several critically acclaimed albums and hit songs. He collaborated with a wide range of musicians, including George Harrison, Bob Dylan, and B.B. King, and became known for his emotional and soulful playing.

  Throughout his career, Clapton has struggled with personal issues, including addiction, and has been open about his struggles with alcoholism and substance abuse. Despite this, he has continued to tour and perform, and has remained a popular and influential figure in the music world.

  In addition to his musical achievements, Clapton is also known for his philanthropy and activism. He founded the Crossroads Centre in Antigua, a treatment and rehabilitation facility for individuals struggling with substance abuse, and has been involved in numerous charitable causes throughout his career.

  Eric Patrick Clapton was born in Ripley, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom on 30/3/1945. He is the first child of Edward Walter Fryer 21/03/1920 and Patricia Molly 07/01/1929.

  When he was 40 years old, his father Edward Walter Fryer died (15/05/1985). When he was 54 years old, his mother Patricia Molly died (Mar 1999).

  His partner is Lory Del Santo. His partner is Alice Ormsby-Gore. His partner is Yvonne Kelly. On 27/3/1979, he married Pattie Boyd in Tucson, Pima County, Arizona, United States. On 1/1/2002, he married Melia McEnery. He was 33 years old when he married Pattie Boyd. He was 56 years old when he married Melia McEnery. He got divorced from Pattie Boyd in 1989. He has three children with Melia McEnery: Julie Rose Clapton 13/6/2001, Ella May Clapton 14/3/2003, Sophie Belle Clapton 1/2/2005. He has one son with Lory Del Santo: Conor Clapton 21/08/1986. He has one daughter with Yvonne Kelly: Ruth Kelly Clapton 1985.