37 Songs, 2 Hours 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

What comes through over the course of this two-disc collection is Eric Clapton’s ability to inhabit a diverse sequence of musical settings. Who else could convincingly take us from the psychedelic tempest of “White Room” to the late-night reggae of “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door” in the span of just a few years?Clapton's dual talent as songwriter and guitar player is encapsulated in the two versions of “Layla” included here.

EDITORS’ NOTES

What comes through over the course of this two-disc collection is Eric Clapton’s ability to inhabit a diverse sequence of musical settings. Who else could convincingly take us from the psychedelic tempest of “White Room” to the late-night reggae of “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door” in the span of just a few years?Clapton's dual talent as songwriter and guitar player is encapsulated in the two versions of “Layla” included here.

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Ratings and Reviews

Stonewulf ,

OK but no "Crossroads"

Why is the original "Crossroads" compilation not available on iTunes? It is a much better collection.

Khaldoun asi ,

Tears In Heaven

I love this song and it's so beautiful and sad, will most likely make u cry!!

-999999999999999999999999stars ,

Terrible

This is not even suppost to be a album

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