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"Eric Clapton, 461 Ocean Boulevard - CURRENTLY SOLD OUT"

This is the Deluxe Rare Limited Edition Collectors DVD 5.1 Quadrophonic Sound and has State of the Art digitially remastering. Tremendously rare now and a true collectors package. One and only remaining and gone forever. Don't Miss Out. Additional Information about 461 Ocean Boulevard [DTS CD] Portions of this page Copyright 1948 - 2006 Muze Inc. All rights reserved. Track listing 1. Motherless Children 2. Give Me Strength 3. Willie And The Hand Jive 4. Get Ready 5. I Shot The Sheriff 6. I Can't Hold Out 7. Please Be With Me 8. Let It Grow 9. Steady Rollin' Man 10. Mainline Florida 11. Untitled - (hidden track) Details Contributing artists: Yvonne Elliman Producer: Tom Dowd Distributor: Navarre Recording type: Studio Recording mode: Stereo SPAR Code: n/a Album notes This is a DTS CD, which features DTS 5.1 Surround Sound technology and is playable on a DTS-capable 5.1 sound system. After playing the 1973 Rainbow Concerts that were arranged by good friend Pete Townshend, Eric Clapton returned to Florida's Criteria Recording Studio to cut 461 OCEAN BOULEVARD. Because of a stint of personal turmoil, Clapton had not played guitar for two years preceeding the Rainbow Concerts, but with the help of a core group of musicians including George Terry, former Derek & the Dominos bassist Carl Radle, Jamie Oldaker, and Yvonne Elliman, Slowhand put together an album that many consider to be his best. Focusing more on his singing than his guitar pyrotechnics of the past, the new, improved Clapton used a laid-back, J.J. Cale-type vocal style to great effect on a mellow version of "Willie And The Hand Jive" and Elmore James's "I Can't Hold Out." Far from being a kinder, gentler guitar hero, Clapton also showed considerable spark on a slide-drenched "Motherless Children" and the driving "Mainline Florida," which closes out the album. Of course, his cover of Bob Marley's "I Shot The Sheriff" was the musical statement that took him to the top of the charts and let the general public know he was back. 461 OCEAN BOULEVARD is still one of the highest points of Clapton's solo career.
SKU Number: 71021 5441924
Price: $70.99