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Studio Recordings by Eric Clapton - How many has he released?

Eric Clapton recorded his first studio album in April 1966 with John Mayall’s Blues Breakers and has never looked back. Clapton's most recent studio album is a collaborative effort honoring the late American songwriter and recording artist, JJ Cale. It was released in July 2014. His 20th solo album, Old Sock, was released the previous year.

Since 1966, Eric Clapton has released a total of 27 studio albums as either a solo act or as a member of a band. Only one is a live / studio combination (Wheels Of Fire). This total does not include soundtracks Eric composed, subsequent expanded reissues, live ‘in concert’ releases nor compilations and greatest hits packages assembled by record companies around the world.

Eric Clapton’s entire back catalog is available on CD. For track listings and a more complete recording history for the below listed albums and many more, visit this site's DISCOGRAPHY.

ALBUM TITLE ARTIST YEAR
The Breeze (An Appreciation of JJ Cale) Eric Clapton & Friends 2014
Old Sock Eric Clapton 2013
Clapton Eric Clapton 2010
The Road To Escondido Eric Clapton and J.J. Cale 2006
Back Home Eric Clapton 2005
Me and Mr. Johnson Eric Clapton 2004
Reptile Eric Clapton 2001
Riding With The King Eric Clapton and B.B. King 2000
Pilgrim Eric Clapton 1998
Retail Therapy TDF (Eric as “x-sample”) 1997
From The Cradle Eric Clapton 1994
Journeyman Eric Clapton 1989
August Eric Clapton 1986
Behind The Sun Eric Clapton 1985
Money and Cigarettes Eric Clapton 1983
Another Ticket Eric Clapton 1981
Backless Eric Clapton 1978
Slowhand Eric Clapton 1977
No Reason To Cry Eric Clapton 1976
There’s One In Every Crowd Eric Clapton 1975
461 Ocean Boulevard Eric Clapton 1974
Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs Derek And The Dominos 1970
Eric Clapton Eric Clapton 1970
Blind Faith Blind Faith 1969
Goodbye Cream Cream 1969
Wheels of Fire (live and studio) Cream 1968
Disraeli Gears Cream 1967
Fresh Cream Cream 1966
Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton John Mayall's Blues Breakers 1966