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Slowhand at 70 - Live at The Royal Albert Hall
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2015 was a year of landmark events for Eric Clapton. He turned 70 in March and then in May he performed his 200th concert at London's famous Royal Albert Hall fifty years after his first performance there with The Yardbirds. Clapton's 7 night run at the venue was acclaimed by the critics and adored by the fans. The set list blended vintage blues tracks and Eric Clapton classics from across his astonishing career. Clapton has become synonymous with the Royal Albert Hall and this concert is the perfect combination of artist and venue creating a truly magical night for Eric Clapton fans everywhere.
Bring The Concert Experience Home With Brilliant Picture and Superior Surround Sound.
DVD 1 Bonus Feature
Additional track: Little Queen Of Spades
(CD Disc One): 1) Somebody's Knockin' On My Door 2) Key To The Highway 3) Tell The Truth 4) Pretending 5) HoochieCoochie Man 6) You Are So Beautiful 7) Can't Find My Way Home 8) I Shot The Sheriff
(CD Disc Two): 1) Driftin' Blues 2) Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out 3) Tears In Heaven 4) Layla 5) Let It Rain 6) Wonderful Tonight 7) Crossroads 8) Little Queen Of Spades* 9) Cocaine 10) High Time We Went
*This is a bonus track on the DVD
DVD Two: Cream Farewell Tour 1968: 1) Cream Politician 2) Cream I'm So Glad Journeyman World Tour 1990: 3) Eric Clapton White Room (1990 Journeyman World Tour) 4) Eric Clapton Worried Life Blues 5) Eric Clapton Sunshine Of Your Love United Nations Benefit 2004: 6) Eric Clapton &Zucchero Hey Man Cream Reunion Concert 2005: 7) Cream Spoonful 8) Cream Born Under A Bad Sign 9) Cream Outside Woman Blues Prince's Trust Benefit 2010 10) Eric Clapton I Got The Same Old Blues Again
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Watching the PBS showing, sadly, so many of the shots are wide, and the alas the producer had to be on speed, as I don't think I saw a camera shot that didn't change every 5-7 seconds MAX! Killed by another "VH1 Era Producer"! When are these God Awful video producers going to learn that "LESS IS MORE"????
The video changes come so fast during play, that the video should likely open with a warning that "Changes in camera shots produces wide variations in lighting, not unlike flickering, and those that are at risk for seizures, should be warned". I turned my theater room lights out completely, and to be honest, the variation in light intensity in the room due to camera switching was that bad. I could watch the 2008 concert with Winwood in the dark anytime, as well as the 2001 concert, well shot. Heck even the 1986 concert with Phil Collins on Drums was a bit dark, but still well produced, especially for 1980's!. Audio quality is just always awesome. The DTS encoding has always been thrilling. We will have to wait for the DVD to hear DTS 5.1, as the PBS special was in LPCM 2CH Stereo.
What really angers me is this is his 70th Bday tour. I don't know if we will get more from Eric?? I know he loves Asia, (Trains, Planes & Eric), and perhaps he will play there, and we will get another video??? I suspect this is more likely than hiring a producer that is not a speed freak and re-releasing this excellent concert. There is NO BAD Clapton, but there is a way to ruin his concert. We have been very lucky as many of Eric's DVD concerts are so well produced. Not this one. :-((
BTW, I have to laugh because at least one of the PBS commentators showed his ignorance, or perhaps it was a writer. One made the statement.. "You know, the audience just loves Layla acoustically, I wonder if Clapton even bothers to play it electric at all anymore?". REALLY??? SERIOUSLY??
I second what others have already said regarding editing and such.
Fans should NOT support money grabs such as this. I wish I had not wasted mine.