In the four decades since scrawls of "Clapton Is God" began showing up on London walls, Eric Clapton has come to be regarded as not just a guitar hero but a songwriter as well. From Cream's seminal acid rock to his oft-dazzling solo career, from the desperate yearning of "Layla" to the eloquent mourning of "Tears in Heaven" (both represented here), the man known as Slow Hand has always made music driven by honesty and emotion. In this electrifying live set from the summer of 1996, Clapton and his band run through his career's essential hits ("White Room," "Badge," "Have You Ever Loved a Woman," "I Shot the Sheriff") as well the blues tunes that define his musical roots ("Hoochie Coochie Man," "It Hurts Me Too"). Clapton's power and chops abide. Tracks include the following:
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This film documents a 1996 concert by guitar legend Eric Clapton held in London's historic Hyde Park. Over a dozen songs are performed including "Hoochie Coochie Man," "Layla," "Wonderful Tonight," and "White Room."
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|Source:||Reprise / Wea|
|Sound:||[Dolby Digital, stereo, DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound]|