Directed by Martyn Atkins. A four-disc box set spanning Eric Clapton's entire career -- running from the Yardbirds to his '80s solo recordings -- Crossroads not only revitalized Clapton's commercial standing, but it established the rock & roll multi-disc box set retrospective as a commercially viable proposition. It is sometimes credited as a " Various Artists " compilation release. [2] Johnson recorded 22 songs for ARC over three days from November 23 to 27, 1936. ARC producer Don Law supervised the recording and used a portable disc cutting machine. Eric Clapton: Crossroads Guitar Festival 2007 ‎ (2xDVD-V, Unofficial, Multichannel, NTSC) Warner Music Entertainment (2) 0349 79877-6: Russia: 2012: Sell This Version: 0349-79485-8, 0349794858: Eric Clapton: Crossroads Guitar Festival 2007 ‎ (2xDVD-V, NTSC) Rhino Records (2), Reprise Records: 0349-79485-8, 0349794858: Europe: 2007: Sell This Version: Reviews Add … Blu-ray. [53] In addition to new material, Robinson had James revisit several of his older songs, including "Standing at the Crossroads". [66] By combining elements of hard rock and blues, he adds it inspired "a new generation of blues-influenced artists". [19] The lyrics do not contain any references to Satan or a Faustian bargain, but they have been interpreted as a description of the singer's fear of losing his soul to the Devil (presumably in exchange for his talent). The song has become part of the Robert Johnson mythology as referring to the place where he supposedly sold his soul to the Devil in exchange for his musical talents, although the lyrics do not contain any specific references. Eric Clapton-Wikipedia. [58] Author Marc Roberty lists "Crossroads" in a typical set for the Bluesbreakers in the spring of 1966.[58]. Well I begin to wonder, 'Is poor Elmore sinkin' down', James first recorded the song in August 1954 at Modern Records' new studio in Culver City, California. [73] The song became the opening number on the live half of Cream's Wheels of Fire double album, released in August 1968 by Polydor Records in the UK and Atco Records in the US. [37][c] Johnson uses this technique for "Terraplane Blues", which shares many common elements with "Cross Road Blues".[39][40]. [66] Rock musicians have recorded numerous renditions based on Cream's arrangement.[91]. [43] Charters characterizes the song's rhythm as ambiguous, imparting both a 4/4 time and 8/8 feel. [89] Rolling Stone magazine placed it at number three on its "Greatest Guitar Songs of All Time". The concerts showcase a variety of guitarists, selected by Eric Clapton personally. maaliskuuta 1945 Ripley, Surrey, Englanti) on englantilainen muusikko, laulaja ja lauluntekijä.Claptonia pidetään yhtenä populaarimusiikin kaikkien aikojen merkittävimmistä kitaristeista. [46] This allows for greater variation and nuance in the vocal. Das Album enthält Live-Aufnahmen aus den Jahren 1974 bis 1978. Johnson first recorded an adaptation of the boogie bass line for guitar in "Dust My Broom". [8][9], A second and third recording date took place in San Antonio after a two-day break. 4.7 out of 5 stars 585. [33] However, Johnson infuses their relaxed urban approach with a more forceful rural one. Received the Order of the British Empire (CBE-Commander). –) a Brit Birodalom Rendje (CBE) kitüntetés tulajdonosa, becenevén „Slowhand” („Lassúkezű”), Grammy-díjnyertes brit gitáros, énekes és zeneszerző.A rock-korszak egyik leginkább megbecsült és legnagyobb hatású gitárosa, akit egyedülálló módon háromszor is beiktattak a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-be. Eric Clapton-Wikipedia. [88] In 1995, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame listed Cream's "Crossroads" as one of the "500 Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll". In April 2013 he played at Madison Square Garden with his mentor Buddy Guy during the first … [21] The first take of the song, which was used for the single, includes a fifth verse that is not included in the second take. £13.59 Crossroads Revisited: Selections from the Crossroads Guitar Festivals. Das Album enthält Werke aus Claptons Solokarriere und aus seiner Zeit mit The Yardbirds, Bluesbreakers, Cream, Blind Faith, Delaney & Bonnie & Friends und Derek and the … The Cream of Clapton (1995) Crossroads 2: Live in the Seventies (1996) In addition to profiling Clapton's solo work, the album also includes Clapton's involvement in the bands Cream, Blind Faith, and Derek and the Dominos. Album under his own name in late 1969 and early 1970. [39] Homesick derived his guitar style from Elmore, which music critic Bill Dahl describes as "aggressive, sometimes chaotic slide work". Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival 2019 [Blu-ray] [2020] Eric Clapton. [12] The sessions continued at an improvised studio in Room 414 at the Gunter Hotel. I think there's something wrong with it. [15], A crossroads or an intersection of rural roads is one of the few landmarks in the Mississippi Delta, a flat featureless plain between the Mississippi and Yazoo rivers. [51] The song was produced in a newer style that Modern used successfully for B.B. ERIC CLAPTON-CROSSROADS-EAN 042283526129-DELUXE 4CD LONG BOX-features all the classics,plus dozens of rare and unreleased recordings by THE YARDBIRDS,JOHN MAYALL,CREAM,BLIND FAITH,DEREK AND THE DOMINOS. [65] After the Powerhouse session, Clapton continued playing with Mayall. [69] Clapton does not adapt Johnson's slide guitar technique or open tuning; instead he follows the electric guitar soloing approach of B.B. Cream played "Crossroads" during their final concert at the Royal Albert Hall on November 26, 1968. [85] In a 1985 interview, Clapton was asked if the song had been edited. However, Barry Levenson, who produced Cream's 1997 box set Those Were the Days, asserts: It's not edited, and I've got an audience tape from the same show which verifies that ... That was a typical performance of the song. [1], 2020 live album by Eric Clapton, Various Artists, "Ultratop.be – Eric Clapton – Eric Clapton's Crossroads - Guitar Festival 2019", "Lescharts.com – Eric Clapton – Eric Clapton's Crossroads - Guitar Festival 2019", "Offiziellecharts.de – Eric Clapton – Eric Clapton's Crossroads - Guitar Festival 2019", Top 10 DVD Musik – Bundesverband Audiovisuelle Medien (BVV), "Album Top 40 slágerlista – 2020. [33] This facilitates Johnson's use of a slide, which features as prominently in the song as the vocal. [28] The second verse includes "the sun goin' down now boy, dark gon' catch me here", a reference to the "sundown laws" or curfew during racial segregation in the United States. English guitarist Eric Clapton with Cream popularized the song as "Crossroads" in the late 1960s. [15] Both begin slower and speed up; the first is about 106 beats per minute (bpm), while the second is about 96 bpm. A Clapton a brit gitáros-énekes dalszerző Eric Clapton 2010-ben kiadott stúdióalbuma.Az album 2010. augusztus 27-én jelent meg az Egyesült Királyságban és egy nappal később az Egyesült Államokban. [35] It contrasts with Johnson's finger-picking "piano style", which uses a boogie-style accompaniment on the bass strings while playing melody and harmonies on the higher strings. Johnson recorded two popular Son House songs, ", According to Son House, Johnson began playing harmonica when he was 15 or 16 years old and "could blow harmonica pretty good. [45] In addition to the slower tempo, Johnson sings the verses at a lower pitch, although both takes are in the same key. Their version features a prominent guitar riff with hard-driving, upbeat instrumental backing and soloing. [1] After a second audition, Oertle arranged for Johnson to travel to San Antonio, Texas, for a recording session. [52], In 1959, producer Bobby Robinson signed James to his Fury/Fire/Enjoy group of labels. £23.19 Straight To You: Live (CD+DVD) Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band. The verses are not consistent and range from fourteen to fifteen bars in length. [49] In 1998, it received a Grammy Hall of Fame Award to acknowledge its quality and place in recording history. The Cream of Clapton (1995) Crossroads 2: Live in the Seventies Pilgrim (1998) Crossroads 2: Live in the Seventies ist ein Box-Set-Kompilationsalbum des britischen Rockmusikers Eric Clapton. The irregular groupings extend to smaller beat divisions, with an interplay between triplet 'swing' and duple divisions of the beat ... Johnson's irregular rhythms and variation in support of the metric beat suggest a more personal, idiosyncratic vision. King and Albert King. Il Crossroads Guitar Festival è una manifestazione musicale, a fini benefici, organizzata dal chitarrista inglese Eric Clapton. In 'Crossroads' there was a very definite riff. 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[54] James re-recorded it at Beltone Studios in New York City in late 1960 or early 1961 during one of his last sessions. The Cream of Clapton ist ein Greatest-Hits-Album des britischen Rockmusikers Eric Clapton. [10] The material Johnson chose shows more variety than that for his first date and he reached back into his long-standing repertoire for songs to record. Fender introduced a matching set of limited-edition Crossroads instruments, which consisted of an Eric Clapton Crossroads Signature Stratocaster (better known as the "Sun Strat" and produced in a limited run of 100 instruments globally) and a Crossroads '57 Twin-Amp (produced in a limited run of 50 pieces). The History of Eric Clapton. Johnson performed it as a solo piece with his vocal and acoustic slide guitar in the Delta blues-style. English guitarist Eric Clapton with Cream popularized the song as "Crossroads" in the late 1960s. [82] Clapton has also used the name for the Crossroads Centre, a drug rehabilitation facility he founded, and for the Crossroads Guitar Festivals to benefit it. Clapton simplifies Johnson’s guitar line and sets it to a straight eighth-note or rock rhythm. Eric Clapton gives a live performance of ''Crossroads'' from the 2010 concert! Background and artwork. Es erschien unter dem Label Polydor im April 1996. [16][a] It is part of the local iconography and various businesses use the name, such as gas stations, banks, and retail shops. [48], As with most of Johnson's recordings, "Cross Road Blues" remained out of print after its initial release until The Complete Recordings box set in 1990. Auf dem Album sind Werke aus Clapton Solokarriere sowie einige Songs von Cream, Blind Faith und Derek and the Dominos enthalten. [50], American blues singer and guitarist Elmore James, who popularized Robert Johnson's "Dust My Broom", recorded two variations on "Cross Road Blues". 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Johnson’s … [72] At less than two minutes in length, Clapton only sings the first and last sections, with his guitar solo replacing the middle "Traveling Riverside Blues" verse. [12] The second take was released in 1961, when producer Frank Driggs substituted it for the original on Johnson's first long-playing record album compilation King of the Delta Blues Singers. [56], Homesick James, who recorded and toured with his cousin Elmore,[57] also recorded a rendition titled "Crossroads". [19] [20] After the completion of Wheels of Fire in mid-1968, the band members had grown tired of their exhausting touring schedule and increasingly loud jamming, and wanted to go their separate ways. [44], The two takes of the song are performed at moderate, but somewhat different tempos. [44] Bruce's bass lines blend rhythm and harmony and Baker adds fills and more complex techniques typical of drummers in jazz trios. The concert was filmed for home video release and for television broadcast. [68] He and Bruce on bass continuously emphasize the riff throughout the song to give it a strong and regular metric drive combined with Baker's drumming. [58] Elektra Records producer Joe Boyd brought together Steve Winwood on vocals, Clapton on guitar, Jack Bruce on bass guitar, Paul Jones on harmonica, Ben Palmer on piano, and Pete York on drums for the project. [90], AllMusic's Richard Gilliam identifies Cream's "Crossroads" as the first recording to bring Robert Johnson to the attention of popular music audiences and allow reissues of his original recordings to sell over a million copies. Everybody liked it.". Boyd refers to Johnson's song as "Standing at the Crossroads". Bob Dylan's Biograph was successful two years before the release of Crossroads, but Clapton's … Inducted into … [77] Both the original album and single credit the songwriter as Robert Johnson or R. Johnson, although Clapton and Cream extensively reworked the song.[78][79]. [6], "Cross Road Blues" was recorded during Johnson's third session in San Antonio, on Friday, November 27, 1936. [4] They mostly represented his original pieces and reflected current, piano-influenced musical trends. The live and video album Crossroads Guitar Festival 2019 is the fifth release in the series of Eric Clapton 's Crossroads Guitar Festivals to support his rehabilitation centre in Antigua, the Crossroads Centre, documenting the 2019 performances from two concerts held on September 20 and September 21, 2019 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. Rolling Stone magazine ranked him number 2 on its list of Greatest Guitarists of All Time in 2003. Audio CD. Amazon.co.uk. Eric Clapton is the debut full studio album by British rock musician Eric Clapton, released in August 1970 under Atco and Polydor Records. It appeared on bootleg albums before finally being released in 2003 on BBC Sessions. The live and video album Crossroads Guitar Festival 2019 is the fifth release in the series of Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festivals to support his rehabilitation centre in Antigua, the Crossroads Centre, documenting the 2019 performances from two concerts held on September 20 and September 21, 2019 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. [19] However, many see different levels of meaning and some have attached a supernatural significance to the song. [51] Flair Records, another of the Bihari brothers' Modern labels, released the single, backed with "Sunny Land". I've listened to a lot of tapes, and all of the 'Cross Road Blues (Crossroads)' that I've heard come in at four minutes and change. "Cross Road Blues" (also known as "Crossroads") is a blues song written and recorded by American blues artist Robert Johnson in 1936. – Susan Tedeschi, Derek Trucks. Eric Patrick Clapton CBE (born 30 March 1945, in The Green, Ripley, Surrey, England) is an English guitarist, singer and composer.Clapton is the son of a sixteen-year-old, Patricia Clapton, and Edward Fryer, a Canadian soldier stationed in England. [29][21] Writers Barry Lee Pearson and Bill McCulloch argue that the fifth verse in the single version captures the essence of the song: "left alone, abandoned, or mistreated, he stands at the crossroad, looking this way or that for his woman". His holding company is Marshbrook Limited. [80] During their 2005 reunion, Cream revisited the song at the Royal Albert Hall and it is included on the Royal Albert Hall London May 2-3-5-6, 2005 album and video. [49] Writing for the foundation, Jim O'Neal noted that "regardless of mythology and rock 'n' roll renditions, Johnson's record was indeed a powerful one, a song that would stand the test of time on its own". [67] However, he envisioned "Crossroads" as a rock song: It became, then, a question of finding something that had a riff, a form that could be interpreted, simply, in a band format. Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 2000 (Performer). Es erschien im März 1995 unter dem Label Polydor. While Madison Square Garden is an epic arena, the concert remains intimate as Clapton … [5][6][7] The songs include "Terraplane Blues" (his first single and most popular record)[2] along with "Sweet Home Chicago" and "I Believe I'll Dust My Broom", which became blues standards after others recorded them. [66][41] Clapton previously recorded "Ramblin' on My Mind" with Mayall and "From Four Until Late" with Cream using arrangements that followed Johnson's original songs more closely. The festivals benefit the Crossroads Centre founded by Eric Clapton, a drug treatment center in Antigua. 4.7 out of 5 stars 743. Starring Ralph Macchio, Joe Seneca and Jami Gertz, the film was written by John Fusco and directed by Walter Hill and features an original score featuring Ry Cooder and guitar virtuoso Steve Vai on the soundtrack's guitar, and harmonica by Sonny Terry. He is the only three-time inductee to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: once as a solo artist and separately as a member of the Yardbirds and of Cream.Clapton has been referred to as one of the most important and influential guitarists of all time. In October 1936, Johnson auditioned for music store owner and sometime talent scout H. C. Speir in Jackson, Mississippi; Speir passed on Johnson's contact information to Ernie Oertle, who was a representative for ARC Records. Crossroads è un cofanetto, pubblicato nel 1988, che raccoglie quattro CD, nei quali viene ripercorsa la carriera musicale di Eric Clapton dal 1963 al 1987 con tutte le formazioni in cui Clapton ha militato nel corso della sua lunghissima carriera musicale: The Yardbirds, John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers, Cream, Blind Faith, Delaney & Bonnie & Friends, Derek and the Dominos e … From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Crossroads Guitar Festival 2010 is a concert film released on November 8, 2010 by the British rock musician Eric Clapton under Rhino Records and the Warner Music Group. Clapton biographer Schumacher notes "Given the passion of the solo performances on 'Crossroads,' it seems almost miraculous that Cream is able to return to the song itself. [47] Although sales figures are not available, the record was "widely heard in the Delta" and Johnson's tunes were found in jukeboxes in the region. [34] Komara terms Johnson's guitar playing a "blues harp style". Albums similar to or like Crossroads (Eric Clapton album) ... Wikipedia. … I really haven't heard that in so long—and I really don't like it, actually. [7] The material reflects the styles of country blues performers Charley Patton and Son House, who influenced Johnson in his youth[7][11] and are among Johnson's most heartfelt and forceful. [42] The slide parts function more as a second "answer" vocal than accompaniment, with the tension underscoring the dark turmoil of the lyrics. [51] The song became a regional hit, but did not reach the national charts. [51] Labels associated with Modern included "Standing at the Crossroads" on several James compilation albums, such as Blues After Hours (Crown), The Blues in My Heart – The Rhythm in My Soul (Custom Records), and Original Folk Blues (Kent Records). The Wikipedia entry for Crossroads gives a concise description of Cream 's arrangement. [ 91 ] Clapton asked. 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