Layla

Nov 12, 2020
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Layla · Derek & The Dominos
Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs
℗ 1970 Universal International Music B.V.
Released on: 1970-11-09
Producer, Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: The Dominos
Producer, Executive Producer: Tom Dowd
Associated Performer, Vocals, Guitar: Eric Clapton
Associated Performer, Vocals, Keyboards, Acoustic Guitar: Bobby Whitlock
Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Carl Radle
Associated Performer, Drums: Jim Gordon
Associated Performer, Guitar: Duane Allman
Composer Lyricist: Eric Clapton
Composer Lyricist: Jim Gordon
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Comments
  • Great tutorial marty!! I'm slowly getting in to guitar and it's so much fun!! It's even more fun that I now have more time to play seeing that my wife left me so I now have all the time in the world, I'm not bad for a 55 year old. I promise I don't play Stair way to hell!!!!!!!!! \m/

    Calum MulroyCalum MulroyMonth ago
  • You would not believe how long it took me to find this song

    TrentTheGoatTrentTheGoatMonth ago
    • so much better than unplugged

      sarikatimmisarikatimmiMonth ago
  • It’s amazing how much energy there is in this song until 3:07, which makes it quite special.

    convar HUNconvar HUNMonth ago
  • this is not as original as thought, apparently Eric got the melody and piano from Rita Coolidge and has never been acknowledged for it, her song TIME was ripped off BLATANTLY .... that sucks

    Ken BromeKen BromeMonth ago
  • So far the highest quality version I’ve heard

    SomeguywithaRoverSomeguywithaRoverMonth ago
  • It's l heard it!!

    Marco antonio RodriguezMarco antonio RodriguezMonth ago
  • Goodfellas FTW💯💯💯💯💯💯💯

    Shannon BanksShannon BanksMonth ago
  • The Goodfellas

    Damon CohenDamon CohenMonth ago
    • Hi

      grace rajegrace rajeMonth ago
  • By far the song I love the most, the piano cauda makes me feel on the 70s...

    Pietro KaniaPietro KaniaMonth ago
  • De longe minha música preferida, o final com o piano faz eu me sentir nos anos 70...

    Pietro KaniaPietro KaniaMonth ago
  • I'm from Detroit (blow the reveille)! I've always wondered if Jimi Hendrix heard this song before his death. He was friends with Eric Clapton. And, he DID hear 'Sunshine Of Your Love' before its release as a single. I hope he did. - Dave B.

    Jello BiafraJello BiafraMonth ago
  • The music of my youth.

    J.C. MariJ.C. MariMonth ago
  • Took your girl and made a hit song, wow, things cannot possibly get worse

    FSRCFSRCMonth ago
    • 😂

      Minal EdwardsMinal EdwardsMonth ago
  • this riff makes me think of wild horses (the animals, non the song by the Stones)

    Betterman89Betterman89Month ago
    • Betterman89 ?

      Guy IncognitoGuy IncognitoMonth ago
  • Jimmy was cutting every link between himself and the robbery, but it had nothin' to do with me. I gave Jimmy the tip and he gave me some Christmas money; from then on, I kept my mouth shut. I knew Jimmy. He had the cash. It was his. I know he kicked some money upstairs to Paulie, but that was it. It made him sick to have to turn money over to the guys who stole it; he'd rather whack 'em.

    eromitlabhitweromitlabhitwMonth ago
    • "Anyway, what did I care? and I wasn't asking for anything; and besides, Jimmy was making nice money with me through my Pittsburgh connections". "Still months after the robbery, they were finding bodies all over". "When they found Carbone in the meat truck, he was frozen so stiff, it took two days to thaw him out for the autopsy". "Still, I never saw Jimmy so happy, he was like a kid, we had money coming in from my Pittsburgh people, and even after a while the Lufthansa thing began to calm down". But the thing that made Jimmy so happy that morning, was that this was the day that Tommy was being made". "Jimmy was so excited you'd think he was being made". "He must have made four calls to Tommy's house, they had a signal all set up so he'd know that the minute that the ceremony was over". "You know, we always called each other Goodfella's, like you'd say to uh somebody, you're gonna like this guy, he's alright, he's a good fella, he's one of us". "You understand"? "We we're good fellas wise guys". "But Jimmy, and I could never be made because we had Irish blood." "It didn't even matter that my mother was Sicilian". "To become a member of a crew you've got to be one hundred percent Italian, so they can trace all your relatives back to the old country". "See?, it's the highest honor they can give you". "I means you belong to a family, and a crew". "It means nobody can f--k around with you, it also means you could f--k around with anybody, just as long as they aren't also a member". "It's like a license to steal; it's a license to do.....anything".

      Edward SchwenkEdward SchwenkMonth ago
  • The good coats are in the back.

    1MrBryn1MrBrynMonth ago
  • I've always preferred this version.

    henry_b12henry_b12Month ago
    • I'm with ya. The acoustic version is good, but it doesn't have the same passion and intensity as this original masterpiece.

      Karen ReardonKaren ReardonMonth ago
    • Yea this is a good version

      dead souldead soulMonth ago
  • Temazo

    Jordi PirlaJordi PirlaMonth ago
  • The journey this song takes you on is epic in nature. Truly, one of the finest guitar pieces ever played!

    tomster70tomster70Month ago
  • Can't believe this was recorded 50 years ago. Sounds brand new...

    Willie WimmerWillie Wimmer2 months ago
    • @Dick Johnson if i worked at a radio station id make this would be played

      EyedmarrowEyedmarrowMonth ago
    • Sorry to say , but if this great song were released today it possibly wouldn’t get radio air play and that is sad.

      Dick JohnsonDick JohnsonMonth ago
    • That long!!!

      Field_ZyField_ZyMonth ago
    • One of my top ten favourite songs.

      Sandra BenhamSandra BenhamMonth ago
  • Love this. Thank you for the reupload.👌🏻

    MaestroUndefinedMaestroUndefined2 months ago
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