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Crossroads 2 (Live In the Seventies)


Download links and information about Crossroads 2 (Live In the Seventies) by Eric Clapton. This album was released in 1996 and it belongs to Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Country, Pop genres. It contains 35 tracks with total duration of 04:27:07 minutes.

Artist: Eric Clapton
Release date: 1996
Genre: Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Country, Pop
Tracks: 35
Duration: 04:27:07
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No. Title Length
1. Walkin' Down the Road (Live) 5:16
2. Have You Ever Loved a Woman (Live) 7:42
3. Willie and the Hand Jive / Get Ready (Live) 11:42
4. Can't Find My Way Home (Live) 5:19
5. Driftin' Blues / Rambling On My Mind (Live) 11:36
6. Presence of the Lord (Live) 8:48
7. Rambling On My Mind / Have You Ever Loved a Woman (Live) 8:16
8. Little Wing (Live) 6:43
9. Sky Is Crying / Have You Ever Loved a Woman / Rambling On My Mind (Live) 7:39
10. Layla (Live) 5:38
11. Further On Up the Road (Live) 4:31
12. I Shot the Sheriff (Live) 10:21
13. Badge (Live) 10:42
14. Driftin' Blues (Live) 6:58
15. Eyesight to the Blind / Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad? (Live) 24:19
16. Tell the Truth (Live) 8:57
17. Knockin' On Heaven's Door (Live) 5:20
18. Stormy Monday (Live) 13:02
19. Lay Down Sally (Live) 5:23
20. Core (Live) 9:13
21. We're All the Way (Live) 2:55
22. Cocaine (Live) 6:37
23. Goin' Down Slow / Rambling On My Mind (Live) 13:45
24. Mean Old Frisco (Live) 5:53
25. Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever (Live) 4:23
26. Worried Life Blues (Live) 5:58
27. Tulsa Time (Live) 4:31
28. Early In the Morning (Live) 6:19
29. Wonderful Tonight (Live) 6:24
30. Kind Hearted Woman (Live) 5:18
31. Double Trouble (Live) 11:06
32. Crossroads (Live) 5:21
33. To Make Somebody Happy 5:13
34. Cryin' 3:00
35. Water On the Ground 2:59



A companion piece to the 1988 retrospective box set Crossroads, Crossroads 2 focuses exclusively on live recordings Eric Clapton made with his band between 1974 and 1978. In a career full of golden stages, this might have been the most golden. Clapton traveled the world with the band with which he made 461 Ocean Boulevard and Slowhand, a group composed of Oklahomans and Floridians who were able to reinvigorate Clapton’s oldest hits, generate a sequence of new classics, and even cross-pollinate different styles (as in the case of their reinvention of Bob Dylan’s “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door”). This four-part set contains pieces of concerts in California, London, New York, Georgia, and Scotland. It makes the case that this was the rare studio band that was as good onstage as it was in session. The versions of “Badge,” “Cocaine," and “I Shot the Sheriff” rival the studio counterparts, but the quality of the overlooked gems is extraordinary. While this version of “We’re All the Way” is delivered with unmatched poignancy, the performances of “Presence of the Lord” and “Little Wing” hurl waves of narcotic sorcery over a sea of rapt audience members.