Reissue of

Reissue of "Riding with the King" album by Eric Clapton and B.B. King

Reissue of

This year celebrates the 20th anniversary of Eric Clapton and BB King‘s 2000 collaborative album Riding With the King. It will be reissued with two previously unreleased tracks on June 26th.

One song, a rendition of the blues hit, “Rollin’ and Tumblin” arguably made famous by Muddy Waters in 1950, includes Clapton recorded with King sharing vocal duties, a swampy dobro and a delicate electric guitar as they swap licks.

The other unreleased track of Riding with the King will be a cover of Willie Dixon’s “Let Me Love You Baby.”

The 20th-anniversary edition will be released in several formats, including a 180-gram black double vinyl package, and a 180-gam blue vinyl double LP available exclusively via Clapton’s online store and indie retailers.

Source: Rolling Stone