''Journeyman'' is an album by blues/rock musician Eric Clapton, released in 1989.
The album has an electronic sound, mostly influenced by the 80's rock scene, but it also had blues songs like "Before You Accuse Me", "Running On Faith" and "Hard Times". The strongest single from this album was "Bad Love," which earned him the 1990 Best Male Rock Vocal Performance Grammy Awards, and reached the #1 position on the Album Rock Chart. "Pretending" also reached the #1 position on the Album Rock Chart the previous year, remaining at the top for 5 weeks ("Bad Love" had only stayed for 3 weeks).
The album was a moderate commercial success, reaching just the 16th position on the Billboard 200 chart, but becoming his first solo studio album to go double platinum. This is one of Eric Clapton's favourite albums.