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for EAC/APE version if interested.rnrnrnPug the SmokerrnrnrnCD: Eric Clapton - Journeyman [P]1989rnrn01. Pretending [0:04:45.23]rn02. Anything For Your Love [0:04:10.50]rn03. Bad Love [0:05:14.45]rn04. Running On Faith [0:05:33.70]rn05. Hard Times [0:03:14.07]rn06. Hound Dog [0:02:27.43]rn07. No Alibis [0:05:38.57]rn08. Run So Far [0:04:07.55]rn09. Old Love [0:06:24.33]rn10. Breaking Point [0:05:32.70]rn11. Lead Me On [0:05:52.05]rn12. Before You Accuse Me [0:03:57.10]rnrn# Audio CD (October 23, 1989)rn# Original Release Date: November 7, 1989rn# Number of Discs: 1rn# Label: Reprise / WearnrnReleased immediately following the elaborate Crossroads box set, Journeyman is EC\'s way of feigning humility while cranking out the rnblues for his attentive audience. Featuring the help of famous sidemen George Harrison, Phil Collins, Robert Cray, Chaka Khan, rnand David Sanborn, Journeyman is less a superstar romp than a moderate collection of songs tastefully produced and economically rnperformed. Flashes of Clapton\'s lead work burst through while his singing remains modest. The cover of "Before You Accuse Me" is rnheartfelt and while Clapton may at this point be incapable of delivering the down and dirty power of jukejoint blues, he still rnmanages to find a little bit o\' soul among the pickings.