Crossroads, Vol. 2: Live in the Seventies

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Crossroads, Vol. 2: Live in the Seventies

Release date: 04/02/1996

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Track Listings

Disc 1 (of 4)

1. Listen Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever
2. Listen Worried Life Blues
3. Listen Tulsa Time
4. Listen Early in the Morning
5. Listen Wonderful Tonight
6. Listen Kind Hearted Woman Blues
7. Listen Double Trouble
8. Listen Crossroads
9. Listen To Make Somebody Happy
10. Listen Cryin'
11. Listen Water on the Ground

Disc 2 (of 4)

1. Listen Walkin' Down the Road
2. Listen Have You Ever Loved a Woman
3. Listen Willie and the Hand Jive/Get Ready
4. Listen Can't Find My Way Home
5. Listen Driftin' Blues/Rambling on My Mind
6. Listen Presence of the Lord
7. Listen Rambling on My Mind/Have You Ever Loved a Woman
8. Listen Little Wing
9. Listen Sky Is Crying/Have You Ever Loved a Woman/Rambling on My Mind

Disc 3 (of 4)

1. Listen Tell the Truth
2. Listen Knockin' on Heaven's Door
3. Listen Stormy Monday
4. Listen Lay Down Sally
5. Listen Core
6. Listen We're All the Way
7. Listen Cocaine
8. Listen Goin' Down Slow/Rambling on My Mind
9. Listen Mean Old Frisco

Disc 4 (of 4)

1. Listen Layla
2. Listen Further on up the Road
3. Listen I Shot the Sheriff
4. Listen Badge
5. Listen Driftin' Blues
6. Listen Eyesight to the Blind/Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad?

About the Album

Crossroads was a box set that appealed to both beginners and fanatics. Crossroads 2: Live in the Seventies only appeals to fanatics. Spanning four discs and consisting almost entirely of live material (there are a handful of studio outtakes), this is music that will only enthrall completists and archivists. For those listeners, there is a wealth of fascinating, compelling performances here, as well as a fair share of mediocre, uninspired tracks. The key word for the entire album is detail -- it is an album for studying the intricacies of Eric Clapton's playing and how it evolved. For example, it's easy to hear the differences and progressions between the four versions of Robert Johnson's "Rambling on My Mind." And it is Clapton that evolves, not his supporting band -- although they are proficient, they are hardly exciting. However, their static, professional support provides a nice bed to chart Slowhand's growth over the course of the decade, simply because he is always the focal point. Crossroads 2 may only be for a collector, but for those collectors, it is a treasure, even if some of the tracks are fool's gold. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide
Artist: Eric Clapton
Guest Artist: Carolos santana;Yvonne Elliman
Studio Label: CD
Edited: No
Format: CD
Enhanced: No
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date:
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.2
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 5.0 x 0.42 x 5.63
UPC: 0073145293052

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