KARAOKE SCENE MAGAZINE ONLINE! - Jerry performs Layla on Karaoke Showcase - "Layla" was first recorded in 1970 by Derek & the Dominoes, Clapton's band at the time and was featured on the album "Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs." Another title on the album "I Am Yours" was also inspired by the same 12th century epic poem by Nizami (a 12th-century Persian Sunni Muslim poet). According to author Barry Hill, Clapton was inspired by a poem called "The Story of Layla and Majnun," which portrayed the poet as a man driven to madness by his unattainable love.
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Date Submitted:  2020-11-18 [Archive Date: 2021-02-16]
Genre:  R&B (Rhythm & Blues)
Original Artist:  Eric Clapton
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Description:  "Layla" was first recorded in 1970 by Derek & the Dominoes, Clapton's band at the time and was featured on the album "Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs." Another title on the album "I Am Yours" was also inspired by the same 12th century epic poem by Nizami (a 12th-century Persian Sunni Muslim poet). According to author Barry Hill, Clapton was inspired by a poem called "The Story of Layla and Majnun," which portrayed the poet as a man driven to madness by his unattainable love.
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Comment by: Lord Burnstrum (Total comments: 607  Submissions: 89) Sun, Nov 22nd, 2020 
Lord Burnstrum It's always a pleasure to hear from you Jerry. Hope you are well. Great dong and excellent recording my friend.
Reply: Hi LB...thank you for comment and listen! And it's always a pleasure to hear from you and to listen to your recordings. I hope all is well my friend! Jerry
Comment by: ruthie (Total comments: 320  Submissions: 55) Sat, Nov 21st, 2020 
ruthie Jerry, love the sound of your voice, always a perfect recording, Ruthie
Reply: Hi Ruthie...what time is lunch and dinner on Thursday? I bet you cook a great Thanksgiving meal....Happy TGD to you and your family...God Bless us all!! Jerry
Comment by: BevB (Total comments: 1379  Submissions: 82) Fri, Nov 20th, 2020 
BevB This has always been a favorite of mine. You have done a wonderful job singing this Jerry. Enjoyed my listen very much. :)
Reply: Thank you so much my friend!! Jerry
Comment by: Abbygail25 (Total comments: 875  Submissions: 141) Thu, Nov 19th, 2020 
Abbygail25 Beautiful vocals Jerry...sad song... always enjoy listening to you...Abby
Reply: Thank you!
Comment by: Rich101 (Total comments: 1866  Submissions: 147) Thu, Nov 19th, 2020 
Rich101 Great hearing you sing this song Jerry!!! Really great!! Such totally clean crisp clear and true vocals!! I very much enjoyed listening to you!!! RICH
Reply: Thank you!!


Jerry performs Layla on Karaoke Showcase of Karaoke Scene Magazine Online: Jerry performs Layla on Karaoke Showcase - "Layla" was first recorded in 1970 by Derek & the Dominoes, Clapton's band at the time and was featured on the album "Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs." Another title on the album "I Am Yours" was also inspired by the same 12th century epic poem by Nizami (a 12th-century Persian Sunni Muslim poet). According to author Barry Hill, Clapton was inspired by a poem called "The Story of Layla and Majnun," which portrayed the poet as a man driven to madness by his unattainable love.
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