Eric Clapton - Crossroads 2 (Live in the Seventies)(MrMalikai) CD 4 DTS

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 Eric Clapton - Crossroads 2 (Live In The Seventies) CD 4 DTS

Artist................: Eric Clapton
Album................: Crossroads 2 (Live In The Seventies) CD 4
Genre................: Blues/Rock
Source...............: Lossless flac - Thanks Mastermac!
Year.................: 1996
File Format.........: DTS WAV (*.wav)
Channels............: 5.1 Surround Sound
Sample Rate........: 44.1 KHz
Sample Size........: 16 bit
Quality/Bit Rate...: 1411.2 kbps
Burn test............: 1/24/2013 
Method:..............: WQ+1+1
Included.............: WAV,CUE,NFO,Cover
Posted by............: MrMalikai on 2/1/2013
Information..........: Play it LOUD!
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 1. (00:04:23) Eric Clapton - Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever
 2. (00:05:59) Eric Clapton - Worried Life Blues
 3. (00:04:31) Eric Clapton - Tulsa Time
 4. (00:06:20) Eric Clapton - Early In The Morning
 5. (00:06:24) Eric Clapton - Wonderful Tonight
 6. (00:05:18) Eric Clapton - Kind Hearted Woman
 7. (00:11:06) Eric Clapton - Double Trouble
 8. (00:05:20) Eric Clapton - Crossroads
 9. (00:05:12) Eric Clapton - To Make Somebody Happy
 10. (00:02:55) Eric Clapton - Cryin'
 11. (00:02:59) Eric Clapton - Water On The Ground

Playing Time.........: 01:00:28
Total Size...........: 610.29 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.
After achieving phenomenal success with groups such as John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, The Yardbirds, 
Cream, Blind Faith, and Derek and the Dominos, Eric Clapton withdrew from the public's eye for 
nearly three years. It wasn't until 1974 that he returned to the recording studio and resumed 
a regular performance schedule. Crossroads 2, the sequel to his career retrospective Crossroads, 
captures the guitarist from the point of his return in May 1974 through the end of December 1978.

Clapton's albums through this period expanded upon his blossoming skills as a songwriter and vocalist, 
yet they left many wanting more as there were fewer extended guitar solos. However, as evidenced 
from the tracks on this four-disc set, Clapton's live performances had something to please just 
about everyone, including stunning guitar solos, raging renditions of classic blues selections, and 
some of the best tunes that he has ever composed.

Unlike the Crossroads compilation, most of the material contained on Crossroads 2 was previously 
unreleased, and those songs that were available appear here with a different mix. In addition, 
all but four of the thirty-five tracks were recorded in concert, and there's more than four hours 
worth of brilliant, mind-blowing music. The best track on the set is, without a doubt, the extraordinary 
pairing of Eyesight to the Blind and Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad? that concludes the second disc. 
Taken from a June 1975 performance in Providence, Rhode Island, Clapton is joined by Carlos Santana 
and several percussionists from Santana's band. The result is a scorching guitar duel over a 
driving Latin-influenced groove that pushes the boundaries of Sonny Boy Williamson's Eyesight 
to the Blind. Just when you think the band can't possibly take things any further, they seamlessly 
segue into the more majestic Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad? A more perfect pairing of songs, 
styles, and performers just can't be found.

There are plenty of other highlights here as well, as Clapton mixes his newer material of the time 
with songs from his enormous back catalog, while also fully exploring his various influences. Included 
are beautiful renditions of Wonderful Tonight and Jimi Hendrix's Little Wing, a reggae-infused version 
of Bob Dylan's Knockin' on Heaven's Door, and a fiery rendering of The Core. In the end, Clapton 
rarely has sounded better than he does on this collection, making it a must-have set for both 
the most die-hard and the most fickle Clapton fans. http://www.musicbox-online
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