Doyle Bramhall II Premieres New Music Video for “Everything You Need” featuring Eric Clapton
- American guitarist Doyle Bramhall II has dropped a new music video for “Everything You Need”, directed by Doyle Bramhall II himself.
The song features the guitar god’s Eric Clapton, but unfortunately he does not appear on the video.
Instead of Eric Clapton, James Gadson appears as cameo.
The track is taken from his upcoming album "Shades", which is out October 5th.
The album comprises of 12-track and features guest appearances from Eric Clapton, Norah Jones, Greyhounds and Tedeschi Trucks Band.
“Recording this song and making this video was an adventure, for sure. I started writing this song in the northeast corner of Poland on a European tour last year and recorded it in Brooklyn, NY a few months later,” Bramhall II said of “Everything You Need” in a statement.
“When I first heard it back after recording it, I immediately thought it would be something Eric would dig and asked him if he would be interested in playing on it. He said if I could come to him he could do it. So I got on the first flight and we recorded his part. I then took it home to finish.”
- He continued, “When it was ready, I asked Abe Rounds and Chris Bruce from Meshell Ndegeocello’s band to be the band for the video and then called legendary drummer James Gadson to make a cameo appearance since he had been in the last video,” Bramhall II added. “He was cool enough to indulge me. It was definitely a fun ride making this song and video.”
Doyle Bramhall II is known for his work with Eric Clapton, Roger Waters, Sheryl Crow, Meshell Ndegéocello, Elton John, and many others.
- New Album "Shades":
- source : Rolling Stone