|Produced by Jon Astley|
|Released on June 1980|
|US CHART POSITION #30 (charted June 21, 1980 for 12 weeks)|
|Find it at GEMM|
|RS 1039 wo. picture sleeve
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A live version of “Tulsa Time” made for an OK single, but the crowd really flips for “Cocaine.” You can hear some of the post-Frampton/Aerosmith filtering in the lead guitar, especially on “Cocaine,” where it nearly threatens to speak. Honestly, few artists have done better with mediocre material than Clapton. I mean, who else could turn a “Tulsa Time” into a Top 40 single? Curiously, I can’t find an example of “Cocaine” as an A side anywhere, despite earning its share of radio play.
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|US||June 1980||RSO||7"||RS 1039|
|US||1980||RSO||7PRO||1039||feat. A mono on flip|
|SPA||1980||RSO||7"||2090 471||picture sleeve|
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