Let’s jump in our time machines and take a trip back to June 14th of 1970. Eric Clapton's band, "Derek and The Dominoes," made their live debut in Britain. Clapton got the idea to form the band after they played together on George Harrison's first solo album, All Things Must Pass. They released only one studio album, Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs. It was a bomb when it first came out in November of 1970. Many blame how the band was promoted because it wasn't promoted using Clapton's name. Let’s take a look at Layla and our classic album cover of the day.