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Eric Clapton - Slowhand 35th Anniversary (Super Deluxe Edition, 3CD) (2012) (LOSSLESS)

1-03-2014, 18:59
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Eric Clapton - Slowhand 35th Anniversary (Super Deluxe Edition, 3CD) (2012) (LOSSLESS)

Artist: Eric Clapton
Title Of Album: Slowhand 35th Anniversary (Super Deluxe Edition)
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Universal, Polydor
Genre: Blues, Blues Rock
Quality: FLAC (Img,cue,log)
Bitrate: lossless
Total Time: 3CD, 02:32:12 min
Total Size: 2,9 Gb
Website: amazon

Eric Clapton gained the nickname “Slowhand” from Giorgio Gomelsky in the 1960s, once recalling that the impresario and Yardbirds manager coined it “as a good pun. He kept saying I was a fast player, so he put together the ‘slow handclap’ phrase [when a restless audience claps slowly hoping the performer will arrive onstage] into ‘Slowhand’ as a play on words.” Clapton fully embraced the name in 1977 as the title of his fifth studio album as a solo artist, following stints in the Yardbirds, John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers, Cream, Blind Faith, Delaney and Bonnie and Friends, and Derek & the Dominos.
Recorded for Robert Stigwood’s RSO Records, Slowhand yielded three hit singles and a No. 2 berth on the Billboard 200. One of Clapton’s most beloved albums, Slowhandwill receive the super deluxe box set treatment from Polydor on November 26 internationally, and in the U.S. on December 4.
Produced by Glyn Johns, Slowhand was recorded at London’s Olympic Studios in May 1977. Released that November, it became Clapton’s most successful studio album of the decade, and eventually spent 74 weeks on the U.S. albums chart after five weeks at No. 2. “Lay Down Sally,” “Cocaine” and “Wonderful Tonight,” the latter written for Clapton’s then-partner (and ex-Mrs. George Harrison) Pattie Boyd, all became hit singles. Slowhand contained a number of songs written or co-written by Clapton (“Wonderful Tonight,” “Lay Down Sally” with Marcy Levy and George Terry, “Peaches and Diesel” with Albhy Galuten) alongside compositions by J.J. Cale (“Cocaine”), John Martyn (“May You Never”), Don Williams (“We’re All the Way”), and Arthur Crudup (“Mean Old Frisco”). The blend of blues, rock, country and pop was arguably Clapton’s strongest assembly of songs by that point.
Slowhand will be available in five different formats. Both the Super Deluxe Edition (3 CDs, 1 DVD and 1 LP) and Deluxe Edition (2 CDs) feature four session outtakes, three of which are previously unreleased: “Looking at the Rain,” “Alberta”, “Greyhound Bus” and “Stars, Strays and Ashtrays.” Both editions feature selections from Clapton’s Hammersmith Odeon concert, recorded just one week before sessions began for the new album. The complete, 14-track performance of April 27, 1977 is included on the Super Deluxe Edition on two CDs, while 9 highlights appear on one disc of the Deluxe Edition. The Super Deluxe Edition adds the album on audio DVD in high-resolution stereo and surround, and on vinyl.

Eric Clapton - Slowhand 35th Anniversary (Super Deluxe Edition, 3CD) (2012) (LOSSLESS)

Disc 1 – CD – Slowhand Remastered And Expended - 00:53:22
Disc 3 – CD – Live Hammersmith Odeon, April 27, 1977 - 00:58:38
Disc 4 – CD – Live Hammersmith Odeon, April 27, 1977 - 00:40:11

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Duranium   User offline   1 March 2014 19:35

plz upload tracks, not images

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a2cito   User offline   6 March 2014 08:33

hi there,uploaded links are not available,rapidgator links goes to beatles remaster alac folder.
please make uploaded links alive or make rapidgator links correct.regards.

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