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Eric Clapton /Crossroads

Discussion in 'Music & Music Streaming Services' started by goodtimes, Mar 16, 2005.

  1. goodtimes

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    Just got uncle Erics Crossroads dvd.
    just two words toooooo much.
    soo many guitar players on baby this to miss out on
    sound is great so is picture although I think I spent most of the time with my eyes closed.
     
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    goodtimes - I borrowed this DVD from a m8 & it is rather splendid & has a few of my fav guitar players on it ...
    There are also a few who I didn't know but as the box said it's people that Eric rates / likes so in the main they are all pretty damn good!
    The double DVD can be bought for a tenner so excellent value with a couple of hours on each disc - sound & picture was of a high quality IMO & it's top of my "to get" list ... Paul ;)
     
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    Im amazed these old codjers just keep getting better and better.
    Joe Walsh was awesome, larry Carlton was faultless Eric superb,even Carlos and his team of party boys sounded great,it just goes to show in the set with Eric and Carlos that Eric cant play or be Carlos and Carlos cant be Eric, both are fantastic in thier own style.
    For all these older players have been through esp Eric, they have learnt be humble and to care for one another and the younger musicains out there should take a page out of Erics book,, all credit to the old codjers.
     
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    i would have bought it ages ago if it didnt have a £24-99 price tag (hmv)
     
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    Ibrox50,

    Go to PLAY.COM' it's only £17.99 delivered.

    Here's a direct link Crossroads Guitar Festival.

    I'm going to have to get another copy cause I've almost worn this one out :D
     
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    cheers for that bigbert ill have a look at it , i have a thing about spending over £20 on a music dvd
     
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    The "non members" price at DVDSoon is £12 & £1ish postage -"members" get it for just over £10 incld postage
    Paul ;)
     
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    magic paulboy be adding that to the collection :thumbsup:
     

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