Eric Clapton - Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival 2019 (6 Lp Boxset)
Release Date: 11/20/2020
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2019 Festival Performances On 6LP!
Featuring Jeff Beck, Gary Clark Jr., Peter Frampton, Vince Gill, Buddy Guy, Sheryl Crow, Bonnie Raitt & More!
Eric Clapton, one of the world's pre-eminent blues/rock guitarists, once again summoned an all-star team of six-string heroes for his fifth Crossroads Guitar Festival in 2019. Held at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, the two-day concert event raised funds for the Crossroads Centre in Antigua, the chemical dependency treatment and education facility that Clapton founded in 1998.
With actor Bill Murray as the Master of Ceremonies, the 2019 festival features outstanding performances by Clapton, James Bay, Jeff Beck, Doyle Bramhall II, Gary Clark Jr., Robert Cray, Sheryl Crow, Andy Fairweather Low, Peter Frampton, Vince Gill, Buddy Guy, Sonny Landreth, Lianne La Havas, Los Lobos, John Mayer, Keb' Mo', Bonnie Raitt, Robert Randolph, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Jimmie Vaughan and many more.
Throughout the show, Clapton shared the stage with others to perform some of his best-known songs, including "Layla" with John Mayer, plus acoustic versions of "Wonderful Tonight" and "Lay Down Sally" with Andy Fairweather Low. Clapton also paid tribute to his late friend George Harrison with a searing rendition of "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" with Peter Frampton.
The Crossroads lineup offered an impressive mix of performers, with legends like Bonnie Raitt, James Burton, Robert Cray, and Jeff Beck (whose outstanding cover of The Beach Boys' "Caroline, No" was a festival high point); contemporary stars Gary Clark Jr., Robert Randolph and Sheryl Crow; as well as rising talents The Marcus King Band, Tom Misch, and Lianne La Havas.
Naturally, the on-stage collaborations provided some of the most compelling moments. Highlights include a cover of The Stooges' "I Wanna Be Your Dog" by Doyle Bramhall II, Susan Tedeschi, Derek Trucks, Jim Keltner and Bill Murray; Buddy Guy and Johnny Lang ripping through Guy's classic "Cognac"; and a version of the Merle Haggard hit "Tonight The Bottle Let Me Down" by Vince Gill, Albert Lee, Bradley Walker and dobro master Jerry Douglas. For the encore, Clapton returned to the stage to lead ensemble performances of Prince's "Purple Rain" and Joe Cocker's "High Time We Went".
The first Crossroads Benefit Concert took place in 1999 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The Crossroads Guitar Festival made its debut in 2004 at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. That sold-out show was chronicled in a two-disc DVD that has since gone on to become one of the world's top-selling music DVDs, achieving the 10x platinum mark in the United States alone. The subsequent DVD sets met similar acclaim. The 2007 collection was certified 6x platinum; the 2010 set was certified 3x platinum; and the 2013 set was certified platinum. Since 2004, The Crossroads Guitar Festival has been held every three years except in 2016.
The festival was also the launch pad for the global 'Turn Up For Recovery' movement, which is helping bring awareness of abstinence based recovery and raise funds to provide treatment at Crossroads for those in need.
Native Stepson (Live) - By Sonny Landreth
Wonderful Tonight (Live) - By Eric Clapton & Andy Fairweather Low
Lay Down Sally (Live) - By Eric Clapton & Andy Fairweather Low
Million Miles (Live) - By Bonnie Raitt, Keb' Mo' & Alan Darby
Son's Gonna Rise (with Gary Clark Jr.) - By Citizen Cope
Everything Is Broken (Live) - By Sheryl Crow & Bonnie Raitt
Lait / De Ushuaia a la Quiaca (Live) - By Gustavo Santaolalla
I Wanna Be Your Dog (with Tedeschi Trucks Band) [Live] - By Doyle Bramhall II
That's How Strong My Love Is (with Tedeschi Trucks Band) [Live] - By Doyle Bramhall II
Lift Off (Live) - By Tom Misch
Cognac (Live) - By Buddy Guy & Jonny Lang
Every Day Is A Winding Road (with James Bay) [Live] - By Sheryl Crow
Retrato (Live) - By Daniel Santiago & Pedro Martins
B-Side (with Pedro Martins) [Live] - By Kurt Rosenwinkel
Baby, Please Come Home (with Bonnie Raitt) [Live] - By Jimmie Vaughan
How Long (Live) - By The Marcus King Band
Goodbye Carolina (Live) - By The Marcus King Band
While My Guitar Gently Weeps (with Eric Clapton) [Live] - By Peter Frampton
Space For The Papa (Live) - By Jeff Beck
Big Block (Live) - By Jeff Beck
Caroline, No (Live) - By Jeff Beck
Cut Em Loose (Live) - By Robert Randolph
Hold Back The River (Live) - By James Bay
When We Were On Fire (Live) - By James Bay
Mas Y Mas (Live) - By Los Lobos
I Shiver (Live) - By Robert Cray
Slow Dancing In A Burning Room (Live) - By John Mayer
How Blue Can You Get? (Live) - By Tedeschi Trucks Band
Shame (Live) - By Tedeschi Trucks Band
Is Your Love Big Enough (Live) - By Lianne La Havas
I Say A Little Prayer (Live) - By Lianne La Havas
Feed The Babies (Live) - By Gary Clark Jr.
I Got My Eyes On You (Locked & Loaded) [Live] - By Gary Clark Jr.
Pearl Cadillac (Live) - By Gary Clark Jr.
Tonight The Bottle Let Me Down (with Albert Lee & Jerry Douglas) [Live] - By Vince Gill
Tulsa Time (with Bradley Walker, Albert Lee & Jerry Douglas) [Live] - By Vince Gill
Drifting Too Far From The Shore (with Vince Gill, Albert Lee & Jerry Douglas) [Live] - By Bradley Walker
Layla (with John Mayer & Doyle Bramhall II) [Live]
Purple Rain (Live) - By Eric Clapton & Ensemble
High Time We Went (Live) - By Eric Clapton & Ensemble