461 Ocean Boulevard Hand Signed 1974 Album by Eric Clapton



Hand-Signed Album

12 x 12 inches

In Great Condition


We offer a bespoke framing service

Comes with a BHP Collectibles COA

Postage and packaging free in the UK

Please contact us for worldwide shipping costs

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    About This Piece

    Step into the entrancing world of music history with the 461 Ocean Boulevard hand-signed album by the legendary Eric Clapton. This extraordinary addition to any rock or blues rock music collection is more than just an album; it’s a portal to a bygone era of musical genius and passion. Released in 1974, this album quickly scaled the American album charts to claim the coveted number-one spot, solidifying Clapton’s status as one of the greatest musicians of his time.

    As you delve into the exquisite grooves of this album, you’ll uncover a treasure trove of blues rock tracks that brilliantly showcase Clapton’s unparalleled guitar virtuosity and soul-stirring vocals. Each song, from the iconic ‘I Shot the Sheriff’ to the deeply emotive ‘Let It Grow,’ stands as a testament to Clapton’s unique ability to captivate listeners with his unparalleled musical artistry.

    But what sets this album apart from the rest is the presence of Eric Clapton’s own signature, making it an extraordinary collector’s item. To enhance its visual appeal, we proudly offer a bespoke framing service, ensuring that this musical gem takes pride of place in your collection, displayed in a manner that befits its immense value.

    Adding to the allure, we offer free postage and packaging within the UK, ensuring that this musical masterpiece reaches your doorstep with the utmost care and security. For our international customers, please contact us for worldwide shipping costs tailored to your location.

    Don’t miss the opportunity to claim this exceptional slice of music history as your own. Order the Eric Clapton 461 Ocean Boulevard hand-signed album today and immerse yourself in the captivating world of Clapton’s music, where every note tells a story of pure artistry and passion.

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