The release is titled I Still Do, but that affirmation may not apply to Clapton remaining in the active ranks of musicians much longer. Speaking with Rolling Stone, the guitar legend admitted he closes the album with a song titled I'll Be Seeing You just in case his 23rd album becomes his last. EC said, 'It's one of those things that's been haunting me. I love the song and I love the sentiment. Just in case I don't cut another record, this is how I feel. I might be saying goodbye.' But as he added, he's been doing that fairly regularly for years. If this time it's for real, nagging health issues play a role. EC says he's been plagued by ecxema that has now affected his hands, making playing painful. Back pain also seems to be causing related problems in his hands. He says if those complications ease he'll, '...start looking to do some work' but if they continue he will, '...have to figure out what to do next.'
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