Check Out Unreleased Eric Clapton Song From 1995

From Rolling Stone:

Tim Duffy has devoted the last two decades of his life to the Music Maker Relief Foundation, a non-profit that helps musicians in the South that have fallen on hard times. In late 1995, around the time the organization launched, he found himself in a New York brownstone with Eric Clapton. “Eric noticed the 1930 Martin 00-18 sitting in the corner,” Duffy says. “When Eric began to play, it was spellbinding and among the most amazing musical moments of my life. I picked up my guitar and quickly tuned it a half-step up to match his and began to play some back up guitar licks that I learned from Guitar Gabriel.”

The duo recorded a cover of “Mississippi blues” by Willie Brown that Duffy has recently dug up to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Music Maker Relief Foundation. “Music Maker is a fabulous project,” says Clapton, “real evidence that the music I have always loved is alive and well.”