Eric Clapton, Eric Clapton (Deluxe Edition) Full PATCHED Album Zip
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The 2017 '75' box set, complete with outer box inspired by the original album cover, features 'Sticky Fingers,' 'Emotional Rescue' and 'Renatissima,' as well as a CD featuring the original track listing and full album details. There's also a DVD featuring previously unreleased live performances from Los Angeles, Paris and Bordeaux, France; 5 new songs with previously unreleased alternate performances; a previously unreleased concert film from Miami, Florida; and a 1969 concert film with the English Country Blues Band. Finally, an extensive 140-page book accompanied the box set, featuring previously unseen images and rigorous notes by the legendary Nick Kent.
In this stunning meditation on the divide between hyper-masculine rock and more liberal, culturally sensitive modern pop, we listen into the situations that led to the creation of Clapton's seminal albums, especially the titles that were responsible for him becoming one of the biggest guitar players in rock history. In many ways, The Cross is the perfect companion for his infamous 1972 masterpiece, Layla, which these days, in light of Keith Richards' ridiculously bad advice during a 1995 interview, is often misunderstood in the context of Clapton's body of work. It's like a thin, mediocre 1980s rock record. It's a decent record, but it has no real purpose. The Cross, on the other hand, is a great album, and is a great metaphor for Clapton's attitude towards his own star that has never truly faded - meaning, at some point, a Clapton album has always been about this. It always has been. In this epic, astutely-scripted film, we see Clapton working at his studio in Santa Monica, where he is almost every day away from his daughter, and spends as much time as possible relaxing and spending time with her. Clapton's friend, musician and producer, Lenny Waronker, gives us a glimpse into his production approach. He was an absolute perfectionist - obsessive, actually - and this is seen in how he threw out the session when an instrument, or singer, just wasn't right. Here, we see that firsthand, and we are treated to interviews and footage from the recording sessions with Clapton discussing his choices, his inspirations, and his influences. d2c66b5586