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Eric Clapton's 1974 album, 461 Ocean Boulevard, was named after the  Miami residence he lived in while recording it, inspiring legions of fans to flock to it over the years. The album itself marked a spectacular return to success for Clapton, following a 3-year down period of addiction and recovery. It became one of Clapton's most commercially successful releases, charting in the Top 10 in 8 countries, reaching number one in the U.S. and Canada, and selling over 500K copies.


Notable songs from this LP include: "I Shot the Sheriff," "Motherless Children," Let it Grow," and "Willie and the Hand Jive."


This outstanding memorabilia grouping includes a copy of the 461 Ocean Boulevard LP, hand-signed by Eric Clapton. It also includes a 45RPM single of the first single, "I Shot the Sheriff," which rose to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2003.


A limited edition photograph of Clapton onstage playing his favorite Fender Stratocaster, "Blackie," rounds out this collection. Photographer James Fortune, known for his iconic photos of the rock world from the 1960s-1980, has hand-signed this image, which is numbered 68/275.


LP signed by Eric Clapton 

Photo signed by James Fortune



33" x 45"

Eric Clapton 461 Ocean Boulevard *Signed

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