Review #226: Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs, Derek & The Dominos

#226: Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs, Derek & The Dominos

Derek & The Dominos, or as they’re also popularly known, “Eric Clapton’s Other Band,” was a group that I initially struggled to relate to. I’ve never been a Clapton fan, per se, especially in light of his penchant for saying stupid shit. But more than that, I just didn’t connect with his…

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