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Eric Clapton / Give Me Strength: The 1974 / 1975 Recordings-first photo

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5CDs and one Blu-ray Audio disc (click to enlarge)

First picture of how the Eric Clapton Give Me Strength The ’74-’74 Recordings deluxe set will look.

As a reminder, this is a 5CD+Blu-ray Audio collection that celebrates the period between April 1974 and June 1975 when Clapton produced the studio albums 461 Ocean Boulevard and There’s One In Every Crowd, as well as the live double set E.C. Was Here.

It’s out on 25 November 2013. Full track listings and details here.

5CD+Blu-ray Audio box set

3LP Vinyl set

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6 responses to Eric Clapton / Give Me Strength: The 1974 / 1975 Recordings-first photo

  1. Hedley says:

    This one is all about price, which is stuck at $87 at amazon.com. Watching growling and hoping for something a little more reasonable. Once there was graffiti all over London proclaiming “Clapton is God”…I couldn’t find a viaduct big enough to announce “Eric is awfully good”

  2. Hedley says:

    For your followers in the US of A, this one is now kicking around at amazon.com at $69 – definitely in range.

  3. Jeremy says:

    The Japanese CD version is 5 SMH-CD’s and 1 Blu-ray, all for better audio, plus a bonus track – http://www.cdjapan.co.jp / http://www.cdjapan.co.jp/detailview.html?KEY=UICY-75995. Does anyone hear a difference between their other CDs and SMH-CDs? What exactly is it? Thanks.

  4. Richie says:

    The difference between ordinary CD and SMH-CDs is the price. There is no noticeable difference in sound quality. I`m no audio technician but I have looked into this and the opinion of `those that know` is to what I`ve stated. It`s just another exercise to get us to part with our money for the same product.

  5. Scott says:

    Never got the dts of There’s One In Every Crowd and I want to hear Scheiner’s 5.1 mix of 461. Hope to buy tomorrow.

  6. Jeremy says:

    Fortunately was gifted for Xmas both the UK / European version on CD and the Japanese version on SMH-CD (both sets also include the Blu-Ray disc). Comparing the audio for all discs I can say I heard no difference – yep, they sound just the same on my $15K system. The bonus with the Japanese set is the additional large size booklet outside the main book/CD holder and under the back plastic wrap. This uniquely gives you both all the song credits and words for all the songs – both all the previously released songs and all the unreleased ones for the first time :-)

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