Piano solo of Layla (Outro) by Eric Clapton. Sheet music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5CoOAR_r9E Thanks For Watching! If you would like to hear more, please comment and subscribe. Support by Donating Bitcoin (BCH / BTC) : 1C6nko7EgC9iSyAjc6uDfjAJKuVmBmhbex Get started with Bitcoin https://www.coinbase.com/join/53b0715f939ba1973d00000e
Provided to YouTube by Warner Music Group Layla (Piano Exit) · Derek And The Dominoes Goodfellas - Music From The Motion Picture ℗ 1990 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. Executive Producer: Tom Dowd Producer, Vocals: Derek And The Dominos Arranger: Derek And The Dominos Writer: Eric Clapton Writer: Jim Gordon Auto-generated by YouTube.
For the sheet music to this arrangement, please follow this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B30qy6RxyBJ8eHlYZHdTTF9jOXM/view?usp=sharing All credit goes to youtube user jammin for arranging the music for this piece. Please follow this link for his channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCy2CLVjG1kkFZUcZ4shSRRA A little history on this famous piece of music: When Derek and the Dominos’ “Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs” hit record store shelves in November 1970, it was widely anticipated by the fans of two guitar legends: Eric Clapton and Duane Allman. Clapton had been a star in his native U.K. since his 1963-65 stint in the Yardbirds, after which he had, in just a few years, done time in John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, spent a couple years (and become a rock star in the U.S.) as the guitarist in Cream, cut an album with Blind Faith, toured with Delaney and Bonnie and Friends, and recorded his first solo album. In 1970, believing he would be more comfortable as a member of an ensemble rather than a headlining “star,” Clapton decided to form a new band with some of the musicians in Delaney and Bonnie and Friends as well as former Stax sideman, Bobby Whitlock. They joined together with Clapton’s old friend Carl Radle on bass and Wrecking Crew drummer Jim Gordon to form the band that would be known as Derek and the Dominos. Duane Allman was the last to the party. After recording the first sessions for the new album, producer Tom Dowd took Clapton to an Allman Brothers concert. After the show, Clapton invited Allman back to the studio to jam. By the time their partnership had ended, Allman had contributed slide guitar to 11 of the 14 songs on “Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs.” The album spawned a couple of hits. But by far, its best-known song is the title track, which Clapton wrote to express his unrequited love for Pattie Boyd, the model wife of Beatles guitarist George Harrison. A searing guitar riff and Clapton’s tortured vocals would have made “Layla” memorable no matter what. But sealing the deal was a nearly four-minute piano coda of such sheer loveliness that “Layla” was recognized almost immediately as a new classic. The coda was credited to drummer Jim Gordon, who played the main piano part while Allman contributed the (slightly off-key) slide guitar. But years later, it was revealed that Gordon had stolen the melody of the “Layla” coda from his ex-girlfriend, singer Rita Coolidge. Coolidge (who was living with Gordon in early 1970 but who left him after he gave her a black eye in the hallway of New York’s Warwick Hotel) had written the music for a song called “Time,” and knew Gordon had stolen her melody, but — afraid of his temper — decided to shine it on. Gordon continued to work steadily after the Derek and the Dominos sessions. (You can hear his work on Steely Dan’s “Rikki Don’t Lose That Number” and Maria Muldaur’s “Midnight at the Oasis,” among others). But years of cycling between heroin, cocaine and alcohol had taken a grim toll on the talented musician. Through the 1970s, Gordon wrestled with acute schizophrenia. He was paranoid. He heard voices. He became convinced his mother was evil, and had killed Karen Carpenter and comedian Paul Lynde. Finally, in 1983, he murdered his own mother, bludgeoning her with a hammer before stabbing her with a butcher knife.
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Terrence Shider Plays Layla by Eric Clapton
What'll you do when you get lonely And nobody's waiting by your side? You've been running and hiding much too long. You know it's just your foolish pride. Layla, you've got me on my knees. Layla, I'm begging, darling please. Layla, darling won't you ease my worried mind. I tried to give you consolation When your old man had let you down. Like a fool, I fell in love with you, Turned my whole world upside down. Chorus Let's make the best of the situation Before I finally go insane. Please don't say we'll never find a way And tell me all my love's in vain. Thanks to http://www.youtube.com/user/LLaRo and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48skhbR_F0c for their tutorials.
This belongs to the Madison Square Garden concert in 1999. Well, time has come to refresh this description. I was being grateful for those more than 20 million views. Now we are over 85 milion views, that's INSANE!! Thanks to everyone, specially thanks to Eric Clapton for his wonderful music we are all enjoying. You may find more interesting music videos in my channel, take a look, i hope you like them! Thank you and enjoy the music. Copyright: Eric Clapton and Derek & The Dominoes, Warner Chappell.
Eric Clapton's Layla Piano Solo PLZ COMMENT RATE AND SUBSCRIBE! ALL NEGATIVE COMMENTS WILL BE DELETED! IF YOU WOULD LIKE A TUTORIAL JUST ASK AND ILL POST ONE UP FOR YOU! ALSO IF YOU HAVENT COMMENTED OR RATED TO ANY OF MY PAST VIDS. PLZ DO SO! THX -Steviejeans161 Eric Clapton's Layla Vid Link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WUdlaLWSVM Piano Solo - 3:10
Eric Clapton - Layla - Derek And The Dominos (Acoustic Cover by Mr. Pianoman) [With Piano Solo - MTV Unplugged] Facebook: ╰▶ http://www.facebook.com/TheTasteOfPiano Here we go...Tonight I reached the magical mark of 1.000.000 Youtube views and so I decided to upload my new piano cover "Layla" (original by Eric Clapton / Derek And The Dominos). I splitted the video into two parts. The first part is a more slowly part with a piano solo at the end (like the MTV Unplugged version by Eric Clapton in the 1990's) and the second part is similar to the faster original version of Eric Claptons blues rock band "Derek And The Dominos" (from 1970)...well, let's see it by yourself ;-) In any case, this time, I made a pure piano cover, without any bells and whistles. Of course, Layla is one of the very BIG guitar songs, but I hope you like my piano version as well. The song is also a tribute to one of the greatest musicians alive - Eric Patrick "Slowhand" Clapton. P.S.: I'm sorry, but because I play all my piano music by hearing, I have no sheet music for this arrangement. For reasons of time, it is also simply not possible for me to make a piano tutorial of Layla by Eric Clapton - I'm sorry for that. You also should not miss my band acoustic cover with piano, guitar & vocals. Check it out here: Eric Clapton - Layla (Acoustic Cover by Junik) http://youtu.be/WO-KNMkUfBM ______________________ Follow Mr. Pianoman on... Facebook: ╰▶ http://www.facebook.com/TheTasteOfPiano Twitter: ╰▶ https://twitter.com/TheTasteOfPiano Instagram: ╰▶ https://instagram.com/TheTasteOfPiano Official Website: ╰▶ http://www.TheTasteOfPiano.com