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We also have copies of his new career-spanning compilation to give away

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Eric Clapton continues his 70th birthday celebrations this year with a seven-night residency at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

The shows follow two sell-out concerts at New York’s Madison Square Garden, for which Clapton drew on all aspects of his incredible history from his time in Cream to the present day.

Clapton’s Albert Hall shows run from May 14 to 23 and coincide with the release of a new compilation, Forever Man which is in shops on May 11.

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Forever Man is available on 2CD, 3CD and vinyl and spans three decades of Clapton’s Reprise Records years; it features classic studio tracks and a blues-themed disc. Forever Man can be pre-ordered by clicking here.

We have ONE pair of tickets to give away for Clapton’s Royal Albert Hall show on Thursday, May 21, as well as two copies of the 3CD set of Forever Man as runners up prizes.

To be in with a chance of winning, just tell us the correct answer to this question:

What is the opening track on Clapton’s debut solo album, Eric Clapton?

Send your entries to UncutComp@timeinc.com by noon, Monday, May 18, 2015. Please include your full name, address and a contact telephone number.

A winner will be chosen by the Uncut team from the correct entries. The editor’s decision is final.

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