Eric Clapton - Clapton DTS 2

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 Eric Clapton - Clapton DTS 2

Artist...............: Eric Clapton
Album................: Clapton
Source...............: Lossless
Year.................: 2010
Channels.............: 5.1 / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Burn test............: 12/4/2012
Method:..............: SPEC-ArcTan-PTA
Included.............: WAV,CUE,nfo,Cover
Posted by............: MrMalikai on 9/18/2010, 12/15/2012
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Information..........: Play it LOUD

01-Traveling Alone
02-Rocking Chair
03-River Runs Deep 
04-Judgement Day
05-How Deep Is The Ocean
07-Crazy About You Baby
08-That's No Way To Get Along
09-Everything Will Be Alright
11-When Somebody Thinks You're Wonderful
12-Hard Times
13-Run Back to Your Side
14-Autum Leaves

Playing Time.........: 01:01:59
Total Size...........: 357.99 MB
It's a stereo to DTS 5.1 conversion. Burn it to a standard CD-R.
Can be played on home theater systems that have a DTS decoder
and on PC's with the software to play DTS.
Clapton is Eric Clapton’s first solo album in five years, but he hardly spent the 
back half of the 2000s in seclusion. After 2005’s Back Home, he went on a journey 
through the past, writing a 2007 autobiography -- also titled Clapton, although 
that’s the only connection they shared -- mending fences with Jack Bruce and Ginger 
Baker for a brief Cream reunion, establishing a lasting connection with his old 
Blind Faith bandmate Steve Winwood, and recording a duet album with his ‘70s 
inspiration JJ Cale. This embrace of history isn’t directly heard on Clapton but 
it’s certainly felt, extending to how EC relies on old tunes -- blues and country, 
but also pop and R&B -- for the bulk of this 14-track album. EC is no stranger 
to covers and the sound of the album is familiar, but there’s no record quite like 
Clapton in his catalog. The closest may be Unplugged, which also ambles along with 
an unhurried shuffle, but this boasts a greater musical range, mixing up Fats Waller 
and Robert Wilkins with Hoagy Carmichael and Irving Berlin, finding room for guests 
appearances by Winwood, Allen Toussaint, Wynton Marsalis, Sheryl Crow, Derek Trucks 
and selected members from Preservation Hall Jazz Band. Yes, it is eclectic, even 
dipping into a bit of a soulful soft-rock groove on “Everything Will Be Alright,” 
but not self-consciously so. Clapton flows easily, the blues never hitting too 
hard, the New Orleans jazz never getting too woozy, the standards never too sleepy, 
the sounds subtly shifting but changing all the same. It’s leisurely in its performance 
and its length, perhaps running just a little too long, but it’s hard to complain 
because the slow ramble is so enjoyable. Eric Clapton has never sounded so relaxed 
on record, either as a singer -- he is supple and casually authoritative, a far 
cry from the tentative lead vocalist of his earliest solo records -- or a bandleader, 
sounding at peace with his past yet harboring no desire to recycle it, even if 
he’s reaching back far beyond the blues that initially sparked his interest in 
music. He’s simply laying back and enjoying what he’s playing, winding up with 
one of his simplest and best records. 
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