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Judd released her version not as a single. Eric Clapton's version of the song was released on July 5, , on 7-inch vinyl, compact music cassette, and compact disc formats. Records for worldwide territories. Records as an extended play , accompanied by Clapton's studio effort Pilgrim. Records' Japan-only compilation album Ballads two years after, on December 23, On October 9, , "Change the World" was released on the Complete Clapton compilation for Reprise and Polydor Records , accompanying the release of Clapton's best-selling autobiography.

In total, Eric Clapton's version of "Change the World" has been featured on over 20 releases, including extended plays and various artists compilation albums, produced by both Reprise and Warner Bros. AllMusic critic Matthew Greenwald wrote that Clapton "smartly realized his strength in acoustic-based, soulful folk-pop and cut this fabulous side with noted producer Babyface" after the huge success of Unplugged and " Tears in Heaven.

Music journalist Frank Merschmeier wrote for his review on the official Swiss music charts chart that the song is without question a "definitive lovesong" and goes on by liking the religious background note of the song.

Journalist Violetta Schranke calls "Change the World" a "beautiful pop song" with "delicate production" with much "guitar artwork" and "fantastic bluesy singing. In Billboard magazine, journalist Datu Faison wrote that the recording is a perfect example of how music has the power to unite musicians of different genres, nations, and looks.

He calls the title "great". Working with a sweet, uplifting lyric and melody, Clapton brings worldly acoustic-blues favor to the table, while Babyface injects a splash of modern soul and pop gloss.

Featured on the soundtrack to the new John Travolta movie, 'Phenomenon', this smacks of multi-format appeal". The single debuted on the Billboard Hot in the middle of at number 55 with sales of more than 3, copies, gaining a so-called "Hot Shot Debut". In addition to that, "Change the World" peaked at number four on the Cashbox chart [57] and sold more than , copies by August For the year-end of , the single's release placed itself at number seven on the adult contemporary chart, number two on the Adult Top 40, number twelve on the Hot Airplay chart, and number 34 on the Top Single Sales chart.

However, the track was still successful until the end of the year, peaking at number two on the year-end's Adult Contemporary, ranking at number ten on the Top Soundtrack Singles chart, as well as being the 67th most purchased single and 55th most radio played song in the United States.

When a single maxi version of the single was released in early , it peaked at number seven on the Japanese albums chart, compiled by Oricon. The single's release as "Change the World" was well-received by British radio stations, where the song peaked at number six on the Official Charts Company 's airplay compilation in From September 21, , to October 5, , "Change the World" had a second chart run of three weeks on low positions 89, and 98 , charting a total of eight weeks in the United Kingdom.

Although "Change the World" reached the Top 40 in every European country it charted in, the Clapton single was only a medium success. The song's producer Babyface is rarely seen playing and singing the pop song in front of the camera.

Every once in a while, the performers and passengers, who come later to the terminal, disappear and appear as the director of the video uses an obliterate video effect.

The video was originally released in format and was re-sized in to a high-definition picture. Although "Change the World" is best known by Eric Clapton's unplugged acoustic version, an electric performance of the song was featured on Babyface's live album, MTV Unplugged NYC , released on November 25 the same year, with Clapton on co-lead vocals and electric guitar.

Babyface also served as the song's producer for the electric guitar take. This interpretation of the hit song has a seven minute and 33 second duration. AllMusic critic Stephen Thomas Erlewine said the duo "deliver[s the tune] with a smooth authority that borders on slickness". Wynonna Judd covered the song on her solo album "Revelations".

Mac DeMarco recorded an unreleased cover of "Change the World" in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the Eric Clapton song. For other uses, see Change the World disambiguation. This media article uses IMDb for verification. IMDb may not be a reliable source for film and television information and is generally only cited as an external link. Please help by replacing IMDb with third-party reliable sources.

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Archived from the original on March 4, Change the World Digital format sound recording. Reprise Records. Warner Music. Rovi Corporation. Billboard Magazine. Musicians magazine. Sheet Music.

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Archived from the original on November 22, Oasis Record Collection. The Band. June Nielsen Business Media, Inc. July 20, Grammy Awards. The Recording Academy. October 11, The Clapton release, recorded for Reprise and Warner Bros. Records , reached the top 40 in twenty countries and topped the charts in Canada, as well as Billboard magazine's Adult Contemporary and Adult Top 40 charts in the United States. The single won eight awards, including three Grammy Awards at the 39th annual ceremony in In an interview with American Songwriter , Gordon Kennedy retold the recording history of the song: "'Change the World' was a song written over a year by Tommy Sims, Wayne Kirkpatrick, and myself.

On a recording session in Quad Studios in Nashville , in the early '90s, Wayne and I were recording some demos in an attempt to do the 'artist' thing. We recorded four songs that day, three of which wound up on Garth Brooks ' Chris Gaines CD this would happen several years later. During that session, Tommy was there playing bass and played us the nugget of an idea he had, wondering if it might be something that would work for the sound we were doing.

He had the title and a chord progression and melody direction going. Wayne would ask him some months later for a tape of the idea so he could work on it. He wrote the lyrics to the chorus and all but one line of the second verse. Then, it went dormant again for a time before I asked Wayne about its progress.

He gave me what he'd done on it. I finished writing the music, went to Columbus, Ohio , and laid down a demo track with Tommy. He was there working on a church choir album. On the way home, I listened to a tape of the track and dictated lyrics into another little handheld recorder I still have the micro-cassette!

I wrote the lyrics to the first verse and the missing line in the second verse. When I got home, I went into the studio and did a guitar practice and all of the vocals for a finished demo, the one Clapton heard later. None of the three of us were together when we wrote what we each wrote on the song".

Although some of the recordings took place in London , most of the song's recording was conducted in Record Plant studios in Los Angeles where basic rhythm tracks were recorded, starting with John "JR" Robinson on drums and Dean Parks on acoustic guitar. In a later session, more instruments were added, with Nathan East on bass, Michael Thompson on guitar, Greg Phillinganes on synthesizers and Luis Conte on percussion. In , Clapton explained his take on the song in an interview with Mojo magazine: "When I heard Tommy Sims demo, I could hear Paul McCartney doing that, so I needed to, with greatest respect to Paul, take that and put it somewhere black.

So I asked Babyface who, even though he may not be aware of it, gave it the blues thing. The first two lines I play on that song on the acoustic guitar are lines I quote wherever I can, and they come from the beginning of " Mannish Boy " by Muddy Waters. On every record I make where I think, this has got a chance of doing well, I make sure I pay my dues on this.

So I think I've found a way to do it. Still, it has to have one foot in the blues, even if it's subtly disguised". For the recording sessions, several people were in charge of the production. The single's making included Brad Gilderman and Thomas Russo as the recording engineers , Robbie Robertson as the soundtrack's producer, Mick Guzauski as a helper for the final mix , Babyface as the "Change the World" songs' producer single mix and instrumental , and Clapton as the B-side "Danny Boy" producer.

All recording actions were overseen by music supervisor Kathy Nelson. The music mastering for the single release was done at Oasis Mastering in Burbank, California. Matthew Greenwald of AllMusic noted that the song is "melodic, soulful [and] catchy", due to its folk-pop and acoustic-based conception.

This love, he fears, will go unrequited without a drastic change in his life "That this love I have inside, is everything it seems, But for now I find, it's only in my dreams," "And our love will rule, in this kingdom we have made, Till then I'd be a fool, wishing' for the day". Elton John 's lyricist, Bernie Taupin , who worked with Clapton and John on the single release " Runaway Train ," uses this track an example of a song that can succeed without a great title or lyric.

He told Musician magazine: "What sold that song, I believe, is production. And it had a good melody. But don't listen to the lyrics.

Because the lyric is appalling. It's a bad lyric. There are some rhymes in there that are awful. But that's not what sold the song". The intro is followed by the first verse, which is accompanied by the intro chord progression and an A major , A6sus4, A 7 , A 7 , A6sus4, and A major chord progression for the B-section of the verse.

The first verse is followed by an interlude , which is identical to the first intro line. The accompaniment to the second verse and second chorus is identical to the ones before. A link is added with the lyric "Baby, if I could change the world," followed by Clapton's guitar solo , in which he played alongside an E minor blues scale , ending his solo with the G sharp major pentatonic scale.

After the solo, the chorus is repeated, now starting with the line "If I could change the world Her three-minute, nineteen-second take on the song is more of a neo-traditionalist country music track. Judd released her version not as a single. Eric Clapton's version of the song was released on July 5, , on 7-inch vinyl, compact music cassette, and compact disc formats.

Records for worldwide territories. Records as an extended play , accompanied by Clapton's studio effort Pilgrim. Records' Japan-only compilation album Ballads two years after, on December 23, On October 9, , "Change the World" was released on the Complete Clapton compilation for Reprise and Polydor Records , accompanying the release of Clapton's best-selling autobiography.

In total, Eric Clapton's version of "Change the World" has been featured on over 20 releases, including extended plays and various artists compilation albums, produced by both Reprise and Warner Bros. AllMusic critic Matthew Greenwald wrote that Clapton "smartly realized his strength in acoustic-based, soulful folk-pop and cut this fabulous side with noted producer Babyface" after the huge success of Unplugged and " Tears in Heaven.

Music journalist Frank Merschmeier wrote for his review on the official Swiss music charts chart that the song is without question a "definitive lovesong" and goes on by liking the religious background note of the song.

Journalist Violetta Schranke calls "Change the World" a "beautiful pop song" with "delicate production" with much "guitar artwork" and "fantastic bluesy singing. In Billboard magazine, journalist Datu Faison wrote that the recording is a perfect example of how music has the power to unite musicians of different genres, nations, and looks.

He calls the title "great". Working with a sweet, uplifting lyric and melody, Clapton brings worldly acoustic-blues favor to the table, while Babyface injects a splash of modern soul and pop gloss.

Featured on the soundtrack to the new John Travolta movie, 'Phenomenon', this smacks of multi-format appeal". The single debuted on the Billboard Hot in the middle of at number 55 with sales of more than 3, copies, gaining a so-called "Hot Shot Debut".

In addition to that, "Change the World" peaked at number four on the Cashbox chart [57] and sold more than , copies by August For the year-end of , the single's release placed itself at number seven on the adult contemporary chart, number two on the Adult Top 40, number twelve on the Hot Airplay chart, and number 34 on the Top Single Sales chart.

However, the track was still successful until the end of the year, peaking at number two on the year-end's Adult Contemporary, ranking at number ten on the Top Soundtrack Singles chart, as well as being the 67th most purchased single and 55th most radio played song in the United States. When a single maxi version of the single was released in early , it peaked at number seven on the Japanese albums chart, compiled by Oricon.

The single's release as "Change the World" was well-received by British radio stations, where the song peaked at number six on the Official Charts Company 's airplay compilation in From September 21, , to October 5, , "Change the World" had a second chart run of three weeks on low positions 89, and 98 , charting a total of eight weeks in the United Kingdom.

Although "Change the World" reached the Top 40 in every European country it charted in, the Clapton single was only a medium success. In , Lenny released the single "Feels Like Home", together with Meck who took care of the production with Simon Duffy and the vocals.

A partial discography can be found at Discogs [12] and his own website. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved The Guardian. Retrieved 12 September



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