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Every Little Thing (Damian & Stephen Marley Mixes) [Vinyl Single]

Every Little Thing (Damian & Stephen Marley Mixes) [Vinyl Single]

Artist: Eric Clapton

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Format: Vinyl
Label: Bushbranch
Rel. Date: 07/16/2013
UPC: 822685515316

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Along with the commissioned Marley remixes, it includes the album version from The connection between Eric Clapton and Bob Marley runs deep. Slowhand's 1974 version of "I Shot the Sheriff" is perhaps the most famed reggae cover of all-time, and the song that gave Marley s music some of its earliest mainstream exposure in the U.S. Well, things have come full circle as Marley sons Damian and Stephen have gone and remixed a track off of Clapton s 2013 LP, entitled Old Sock. The original track, called "Every Little Thing," has a bit of a reggae flavor in addition to being an obvious reference to "Three Little Birds." The Marley crew have gone ahead and do what they do, turning the track into a full-on, one-drop reggae tune.

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