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Crossroads: Eric Clapton Guitar Festival 2013 [2DVD/Blu-Ray] [Blu-Ray Disc]

  • Artist: Various Artists
  • SKU: 2693383
  • Release Date: 11/19/2013
$22.99

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    99% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (67 out of 68)

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    • Tears In Heaven
    • Spider Jiving
    • Lay Down Sally
    • Time Is Tight
    • Born Under A Bad Sign
    • Green Onions
    • Great Big Old House
    • Everyday I Have The Blues
    • Next Of Kindred Spirit
    • Cry
    • Bullet And A Target
    • She's Alright
    • This Time
    • Mirabella
    • Heavenly Bodies
    • Big Road Blues
    • Next Door Neighbor Blues
    • Queen Of California
    • Don't Let Me Down
    • Damn Right, I've Got The Blues
    • Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
    • Whipping Post
    • Congo Square
    • Change It
    • Ooh-Ooh-Ooh
    • Save The Last Dance For Me
    • Don't Worry Baby
    • I Got To Let You Know
    • The Needle And The Damage Done
    • Midnight Rider
    • I Ain't Living Long Like This
    • Tumbling Dice
    • Walkin' Blues
    • Diving Duck Blues
    • When My Train Pulls In
    • Please Come Home
    • Going Down
    • Mná na hÉireann
    • Key To The Highway
    • I Shall Be Released
    • Gin House Blues
    • Got To Get Better In A Little While
    • Crossroads
    • Sunshine Of Your Love
    • High Time We Went


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    Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 68 reviews

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      classic rock and roll

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      archie14
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      from amazon, " A lot of good (and some great) music for a worthy cause takes center stage once again as Eric Clapton hosts the second edition of his Crossroads Guitar Festival, a benefit for his Crossroads Centre rehab facility in Antigua and a near embarrassment of six-string riches occupying two discs. Staged in suburban Chicago in July, 2007, it features several of the same players who were at the first concert (2004, in Dallas), including Robert Cray, Buddy Guy, B.B. King, John Mayer, Vince Gill, John McLaughlin, and Robert Randolph. They're all in fine form, but it's those appearing for the first time who make the biggest impressions. Derek Trucks, who performs on his own, with his wife (Susan Tedeschi, herself an excellent blues guitarist), and backing several other artists (including a frighteningly decrepit-looking Johnny Winter), is a strikingly versatile young player. On the other end of the generational spectrum, the veteran Albert Lee spins out a series of stupefyingly swift licks on "Country Boy," while Jeff Beck is, well, Jeff Beck, at age 63 still inarguably one of the most original musicians to ever strap on a Stratocaster. While most of the others are content to play straight blues or blues-derived rock, Beck sounds as if he's riding a spaceship with strings, wringing sounds out of his instrument that defy understanding, let alone imitation; backed by ace drummer Vinnie Colaiuta and 22-year-old Tal Wilkenfeld, who may be the most exciting electric bassist to emerge since Jaco Pastorius, Beck delivers versions of "'Cause We've Ended as Lovers" and "Big Block" that are the highlights of the show. Elsewhere, Clapton, as is his wont, rises to the occasion in the presence of his peers and plays with considerable passion, even if his "reunion" with Steve Winwood lacks fire (mostly due to the lackluster nature of their Blind Faith-era material, other than the lovely "Can't Find My Way Home"). In the end, one might wish for more good songs, as opposed to opportunities for extended soloing, but even diehard axe-heads will surely be satiated after some four hours of hot licks. As for everyone else, well, that's why God invented the fast forward button. --Sam Graham

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Eric Clapton Crossroads Blues Concert 2013 Blu-ray

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      geoturn
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      It seems, every couple of years legendary guitarist, Eric Clapton puts on a blues festival to help fund his substance abuse rehab centers. I've collected all of the concerts, so far. They've all been fantastic, and the 2013 offering keeps this trend going. The talent lineup is encyclopedic, including the old guard (B.B. King, Buddy Guy...), the new (Gary Clark Jr.), and seemingly everyone in between. Though the accent is clearly on the blues, many other styles are featured-Jazz, pop, rock, country, etc. Performers as diverse as Los Lobos (they are incredible!), Earl Klugh, Vince Gill, Albert Lee, and so many more. Of course, Eric Clapton himself plays with several of these performers on some blues tunes, as well as some classic tunes he originally appeared on. The concert is superbly produced, and the audio is first rate. A "must have" for guitar players, and a "can't lose" for everyone else.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Blues for the addict

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      BirdmanBlue
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      I have been purchasing these dvds of the Crossroads festival for years. I sit down and watch each of them every now and then. The best part is that it's like being in person at the concert as well as being backstage with the musicians. I always find new talent to enjoy. If you love the blues and guitars this is definitely worth the price. The best part is that you have to wait for these dvds...I have three of them...and sometimes I play them back to back for about a whole day of entertaining music from the best. I guarantee you will love this DVD.

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    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      MSG Blues

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      knuckleheadz
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      I'm not going to bash this release because some of it was pretty good but, many times I found myself a little bored and wanting to fast forward through some songs. The picture quality has a few issues but, is still watchable, just not as nice looking as the 2010 Crossroads blu ray release. The sound is very good but once again, I feel the last release was better. If you are a fan of the blues and rock then this might be up your alley but, I would suggest checking it out before you buy.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Was @ event & the DVD did great job recapturing it

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      MOJOHO
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      Went to this 2 day event in NY at Madison Square Garden. I t was a fantasic show. Have been to all the Crossroads Feestivals and buy all the DVDS that come out after the Fest as a way to relive the best show ever until the next Crossroads Fest. For those not able to travel to the Festival, Best dvd you could ever buy for your collection. Great music, interesting duets, and unforgettable once in a lifetime jams.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Guitar Heaven

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      PDSKI
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      Just can't go wrong with Clapton, but when he brings all of these friends on to a stage, well it's just fantastic. First time I really listened to John Mayer and the first time I ever heard Citizen Cope. Both were highlights for me. Of course the Allman Brothers and Jeff Beck, along with Gary Clark, Jr. and all of the others have really put together great listening and viewing for rock n' roll.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Clapton and Friends at their Best

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      DMC92484
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      This is for a great cause and has amazing music on it from top to bottom. You may not like every single artist but it's easy to skip the ones you don't like and find something good. This has introduced me to a lot of new players out there I would have otherwise not heard of.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Solid concert footage

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      zwitt
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      Great footage of an epic event. I have the dvds from the previous 3 concerts. This one is in line with those. Enjoyed watching the footage. Great selection of songs. Wish more clapton footage. I can do without some of the songs selected, but I'm biased towards Eric.

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