Marcy Levy was a member of Eric Clapton’s band from 1974 to 1978 and again in 1984 and 1985. During these periods, Marcy Levy became Eric Clapton's most frequent song-writing partner.
Clapton and Levy co-wrote “Innocent Times”, “Lay Down Sally”, “The Core”, and “Roll It”. Clapton also recorded “Hungry”, a song Marcy co-wrote with Dick Simms, who was also in Eric’s band.
After Marcy Levy left the band, Eric Clapton continued to record her compositions. He recorded “Tangled In Love” and “Walk Away” which are credited to Levy / Feldman.
For more information about Marcy Levy, see her biography on this website.