Исполнитель: Eric Clapton и Национальный филармонический оркестр Диск/Год: Orchestra Night (1997) Стиль: Instrumental, Smooth Jazz, Jazz. Rock Формат/качество: mp3/cbr 320Kbps, 44100Hz, Stereo Кол-во композиций: (CD1+CD2) 17 Размер: (CD1+CD2) 334 MB Залито на: depositfiles.com, ifolder.ru, letitbit.net
треклист: CD 1: 01. Layla - Orchestra Intro Reprise 02. Crossroads 03. Bell Bottom Blues 04. Lay Down Sally 05. Holy Mother 06. I Shot The Sheriff 07. Hard Times 08. Can't Find My Way Home 09. Edge Of Darkness 10. Old Love 11. Wonderful Tonight CD 2: 01. White Room 02. Concerto For Electric Guitar 1st Movement 03. Concerto For Electric Guitar 2st Movement 04. Band Introduction 05. Layla 06. Sunshine Of Your Love
ERIC CLAPTON - The Very Best - Blues And Ballads (1996, APE)
Artist: Eric Clapton Album: The Very Best - Blues And Ballads Released date: 1996 Country: England Genre: blues, Rock Format, Bitrate: APE (Extra High) + CUE, lossless Total Size: 390.14 Mb
Лучшие блюзы и баллады одного из величайших виртуозов-гитаристов - Эрика Клэптона.
Song title: 1. Wonderful Tonight 2. Tears In Heaven 3. Double Trouble (Live) 4. Layla (Unplugged) 5. Pretty Girl 6. Same Old Blues 7. Running On Faith 8. Rambling On My Mind (Live) 9. Please Be With Me 10. Knockin' On Heaven's Door 11. Old Love 12. It All Depends 13. It's Probably Me (feat. Sting)(bonus track)
Eric Clapton & B.B. King - Riding With The King (2000)
Artist: B.B. King & Eric Clapton Title Of Album: Riding With The King Year Of Release: June 13, 2000 Label: Reprise / Wea Genre, Style: blues, rock Quality, Bitrate: MP3, 320 (CBR) Kbit Total Time: 01:01:15 Total Size: 141.53 Mb
Although Eric Clapton and B. B. King had a 30-plus years' friendship originating with a chance meeting and subsequent jam session at New York City's Café Au Go Go in 1967, the idea for a collaborative album only crystallized during the sessions for King's 1997 album Deuces Wild.
B. B. King's extensive catalog provides several tracks, including signature songs such as the smoldering "Three O'Clock Blues", alongside lesser-known numbers like the ribald shuffle "Days Of Old", and the Live at the Regal chestnut "Help The Poor". Elsewhere, King and Clapton look to guitarist Big Bill Broonzy (an acoustic "Key to the Highway") and Chicago pianist Maceo Merriweather (the slow-rolling "Worried Life Blues") for inspiration.
Riding with the King won the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Album. The album was also released on a DVD-Audio in higher resolution. Ironically, King and Clapton were chosen by Rolling Stone Magazine to be in the third and fourth place of the "100 Best Guitar Players Ever" List. They are the two best live guitarists, since Jimi Hendrix and Duane Allman, who were chosen to be in the First and the Second Place but are dead.
Ok, I'm a tad biased as I'm a huge Clapton fan (heck, he's still "god" in my book). The disc shows how to giants in the guitar world can show restraint and taste by sharing guitar and vocals. Clapton's tone is so sweet, pure strat and BB, well, he's the best at those short, jabs and staccoto licks. The playing is never over the top, which is a good thing, but adding the true bite or smooth emotion each song deserves. This album combines old blues gems like "Ten Long Years" & "When My Heart Beats Like a Hammer", with Derek and the Dominoes "Key to the Highway" (done acoustic, a real treat) along with a few contemporary R&B covers penned by Doyle Bramhill II "Marry You" and "I Wanna Be" (Doyle also plays rhythm guitar on this disc...he's gotta be smiling !).
Texas blues great Jimmie Vaughan adds a few biting solos to "Help the Poor". The backing band is also very tight and some of the finest around...Andy F. Low (guitars, EC's sideman) Nathan East (bass), Steve Gadd (drums), Joe Sample (piano) and Tim Carmon (B3 Organ.
The overall feel of this is "good time" blues, bouncing rhythms and the two blues guitar masters having fun. It's not the heavy sound of EC's "From the Cradle", but more like BB's "Blues on the Bayou". A great cd that will no doubt win a Grammy and delight millions of blues fans (not to mention guitar players, like me). Super summer driving tunes like the title track or "Marry You" will have their melodies locked into you head for days.
Tracklist: 01. Riding With The King 02. Ten Long Years 03. Key To The Highway 04. Marry You 05. Three O'Clock Blues 06. Help The Poor 07. I Wanna Be 08. Worried Life Blues 09. Days Of Old 10. When My Heart Beats Like A Hammer 11. Hold On I'm Coming 12. Come Rain Or Come Shine
Personnel B. B. King - vocals, guitar Eric Clapton - vocals, guitar Doyle Bramhall II - guitar, background vocals Andy Fairweather-Low, Jimmie Vaughan - guitar Joe Sample - piano, Wurlitzer piano Tim Carmon - organ Nathan East - bass Steve Gadd - drums Paul Waller - programming Susannah Melvoin - background vocals Wendy Melvoin - background vocals