Back Homeis Eric Clapton in a good mood, filled with upbeat toe-tappers about hearth and home (a young child even puts in a cameo on "So Tired"). Blues-rock ("Lost and Found"), reggae ("Revolution"), and R&B (the Spinners' "Love Don't Love Nobody") mingle … see full wiki
Its true, Eric Clapton's best performances are when he is singing and playing the blues. His cutting guitar licks and passionate vocals on previous releses like Disraeli Gears, Layla And Other Love Songs, and From The Cradle are certainly Great A performances.
However, Back Home, Eric's newest release evokes a different side of the man. The mood is a jovial one with some spunk and spirit thrown in for good measure. Some folks say that Eric's guitar is quite muffled. I partially disagree as such songs as One Day and Lost And Found feature some good guitar embelleshments. I appreciate several other tunes that show Eric in a happy go luck spirit.
Maybe this release is not quite Eric's best material, but I have to say that its nice to see a different tone to this true legend of contemporary music.