Friday, September 18, 2015

Eric Clapton to release Slowhand At 70 concert film

Eric Clapton will release “Slowhand At 70 - Live At The Royal Albert Hall” on November 13.

Available on DVD+2CD, Blu-ray+2CD, and in a Deluxe Edition, the project captures the guitarist during his 7-show run at the famed London venue in May in honor of his 70th birthday in March.

The series of shows also marked Clapton’s 50 years in the music business and more than 200 performances at The Royal Albert Hall.

The Deluxe Edition contains the DVD and 2CDs of the 2015 show plus a bonus DVD of Clapton performances at the Royal Albert Hall across the years.

The Cream Farewell Tour from 1968, the Journeyman tour from 1990, a UN Benefit Concert performance with Zucchero from 2004, the Cream Reunion shows from 2005 and a Prince’s Trust Benefit performance from 2010 are all included and packaged with a 12”x12” 60 page hardback photobook.

As a bonus on DVD / Blu-ray formats, there’s an extra live track “Little Queen Of Spades.”

The concert film recently premiered in cinemas worldwide.

Eric Clapton
“Slowhand At 70 - Live At The Royal Albert Hall”

Release date: November 13

“Somebody’s Knockin’ On My Door”
“Key To The Highway”
“Tell The Truth”
“Hoochie Coochie Man”
“You Are So Beautiful”
“Can’t Find My Way Home”
“I Shot The Sheriff”
“Driftin’ Blues”
“Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out”
“Tears In Heaven”
“Let It Rain”
“Wonderful Tonight”
“High Time We Went”

See also:

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AUDIO: Rolling Stones premiere unreleased Brown Sugar with Eric Clapton
Eric Clapton guests on In The Studio
Search Eric Clapton at hennemusic