There's One in Every Crowd is the third studio album by blues rockerEric Clapton, released in 1975. Recorded shortly after 461 Ocean Boulevard, the album features a style very similar to its predecessor, but did not enjoy similar commercial success. Clapton's love for the "Tulsa Sound" (Tulsa Oklahoma) was apparent here as it is quite similar in feel to the previous record.
After the success of "I Shot the Sheriff", Clapton and his backing band went to Jamaica to record There's One in Every Crowd (The songs "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot," "Little Rachel" and "Don't Blame Me" are recorded in a reggae style, though the rest of the record is blues/rock). However, with his growing alcohol dependency and problems in Jamaica, the record was very challenging to record. Original title: "EC is God...There's One in Every Crowd". RSO didn't like the first part.