Derek & The Dominos – Layla (Super Deluxe Edition)

Extremely limited box set containing the expanded two CD edition of the Layla… album, the remastered double disc edition of Derek And The Dominos: In Concert, an audio-only DVD featuring DTS 5.1 and Dolby Surround 5.1 versions of Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs, mixed by legendary engineer Elliot Scheiner, a double 180gm vinyl reproduction of the original album, a hardcover book, artfully designed with rare and never-seen photographs, and featuring four meticulously researched essays and facsimiles of Derek And The Dominos concert tickets and various promotional items, including the famous “Derek is Eric” button. Digitally remastered and expanded two CD edition of this ground-breaking 1970 album. Derek & The Dominos were the almost fictional group recruited by Eric Clapton which came together during the sessions for George Harrison’s All Things Must Pass album in 1970. The band released only this one studio album in December 1970, which has been re-evaluated since its release and is now regarded as one of Clapton’s finest recordings and is often considered to be the defining achievement of Clapton’s career. The album melded an astounding collection of musical styles – Blues, Folk, R&B and Rock – into one timeless package. It consistently appears in listings of the best rock albums ever recorded, and was finally inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2000 and continuous to be noticed by critics. This deluxe edition features six exciting performances from what was to be Derek And The Dominos’ second album plus all four audio performances from Derek And The Domino’s sole, historic television appearance on The Johnny Cash Show, November 9, 1970. Also features two tracks produced by Phil Spector in early summer 1970 and the outtake “Mean Old World”. –

Disc 1 (01:16:28)
1. I Looked Away (03:06)
2. Bell Bottom Blues (05:05)
3. Keep On Growing (06:23)
4. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out (04:58)
5. I Am Yours (03:35)
6. Anyday (06:36)
7. Key To The Highway (09:38)
8. Tell The Truth (06:40)
9. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad? (04:43)
10. Have You Ever Loved A Woman (06:54)
11. Little Wing (05:33)
12. It’s Too Late (03:51)
13. Layla (07:05)
14. Thorn Tree In The Garden (02:51)

Disc 2 (58:15)
1. Mean Old World (03:52)
2. Roll It Over (04:31)
3. Tell The Truth (03:23)
4. It’s Too Late (Live On “The Johnny Cash Show” – 11/5/1970) (04:11)
5. Got To Get Better In A Little While (Live On “The Johnny Cash Show” – 11/5/1970) (06:34)
6. Matchbox (With Johnny Cash & Carl Perkins) (Live On “The Johnny Cash Show” – 11/5/1970) (03:56)
7. Blues Power (Live On “The Johnny Cash Show” – 11/5/1970) (06:31)
8. Snake Lake Blues (New Mix) (03:34)
9. Evil (New Mix) (04:34)
10. Mean Old Frisco (New Mix) (04:04)
11. One More Chance (New Mix) (03:15)
12. Got To Get Better In A Little While (Jam) (03:45)
13. Got To Get Better In A Little While (New Mix) (06:05)

Disc 3 (59:34)
1. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad? (09:30)
2. Got To Get Better In A Little While (13:50)
3. Let It Rain (17:47)
4. Presence Of The Lord (06:10)
5. Key To The Highway (06:26)
6. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out (05:51)

Disc 4 (56:52)
1. Tell The Truth (11:21)
2. Bottle Of Red Wine (05:35)
3. Roll It Over (06:44)
4. Blues Power (10:30)
5. Have You Ever Loved A Woman (08:14)
6. Little Wing (06:11)
7. Crossroads (08:17)

Layla

4 pensieri riguardo “Derek & The Dominos – Layla (Super Deluxe Edition)

  • gennaio 9, 2017 in 11:19 am
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    Un’altra meraviglia. Grazie. Disco immortale anch’esso.

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  • gennaio 9, 2017 in 2:08 pm
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    Non ci sono ormai più band di questo genere e di questo spessore in giro, secondo me sono inarrivabili,questo disco anche in versione diciamo normale è un capolavoro assoluto,e al giorno d’oggi la maggiorparte dei giovani neanche li conoscono……un vero peccato.Ancora una volta ribadisco fortemente che la musica degli anni settanta e giu di li, è la migliore in assoluto.Grazie Magar,risvegli in noi cose che non moriranno mai.Fantasy saluta.(LAYLA,non ho parole per questa canzone….)ciao.

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    • gennaio 11, 2017 in 1:30 pm
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      Sono daccordo, grandissimo album 10 lode

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  • gennaio 10, 2017 in 6:23 pm
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    Che album sublime ed i bonus poi son di alta caratura: Mean Old World e Got To Get Better In A Little While (Live On “The Johnny Cash Show”) mi mandano in solluchero!

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