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  1. Rick Danko, publicado en 1977, incluyó la colaboración de sus excompañeros de grupo, así como la participación de músicos como Ronnie Wood, Eric Clapton, Doug Sahm y su hermano Terry.

  2. No Reason to Cry is the fourth solo studio album by Eric Clapton, released by RSO Records on 27 August 1976. The album was recorded in Malibu and Los Angeles between December 1975 to May 1976. The record went silver in the U.K.

  3. › wiki › Rick_DankoRick Danko - Wikipedia

    Issued in 1977, his self-titled début featured each of his former bandmates in addition to Ronnie Wood, Eric Clapton, Doug Sahm, Blondie Chaplin, and Danko's brother, Terry. The album was primarily recorded at the Band's California studio, Shangri-La.

  4. The Band and there good friend Eric Clapton preform a really great song off Eric's "No Reason To Cry Album" which featured members of The Band. Rick Danko and Eric Claptons vocals...

  5. Danko handled lead vocals, bass, and guitar. Other guests included Eric Clapton (guitar on "New Mexicoe"), Ronnie Wood (guitar on "What a Town"), Beach Boy and later Band member Blondie Chaplin (guitar and bass on various tracks) and Doug Sahm (guitar on various tracks).

  6. Rick co-wrote "All Our Past Times" with Eric Clapton for Clapton's No Reason To Cry album. "Change Is Good" is another original song co-written by Danko, with Rick's brother Terry Danko on bass.

  7. 25 de nov. de 2020 · The Band and everyone else on stage closing out The Last Waltz in the most fitting manner possible — with a giant guitar jam. See some exclusive photos from the Morrison Hotel Gallery's new ...