Report: Eric Clapton To Guest On New The Rolling Stones Album

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Earlier this year members of The Rolling Stones confirmed they are working on a new album which the band hopes to release later this year. A report from British tabloid The Sun claims legendary guitarist Eric Clapton recorded contributions to the LP.

The Sun’s report mentions Slowhand recorded two songs with The Stones after Clapton bumped into Mick Jagger and Ronnie Wood at a West London recording studio. Famed producer/musician Don Was will produce The Rolling Stones’ “blues-themed” new LP as per the report. “Eric was in the next studio along so he came in to say hello,” a source told The Sun. “They ended up jamming and recorded two songs. Don reckons it’s the best thing he has ever done with the Stones.”

Listen to an alternate version of The Rolling Stones’ “Brown Sugar” featuring Clapton:

[Hat Tip – Ultimate Classic Rock]

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