I recently watched the new video from Eric Clapton's new tribute project to the late J.J.Cale.  Cale, of course was responsible for not only a handful of Clapton's most memorable, signature songs, but also some notable classics covered by other artists.  It got me thinking about Eric Clapton and his storied career.

Sure every artist has their own journey but few have been as public as Clapton's journey to 'find himself.'  I love every era of the man's legacy, but I thought I'd ask what your favorite was.  There's a poll at the bottom, don't forget to vote.

Yardbirds - 'I'm a Man'

Cream - 'Crossroads'

Blind Faith - 'Had to Cry Today'

Derek & the Dominoes - 'It's Too Late'

Eighties Era Clapton - 'It's in the Way That You Use It'

Clapton Unplugged - 'Tears in Heaven'

Nineties Era Clapton - 'River of Tears'

Clapton today - 'Call Me the Breeze'