Eric Clapton and Guests: Crossroads Revisited: Selections from the Crossroads Guitar Festivals

Eric Clapton and Guests: Crossroads Revisited: Selections from the Crossroads Guitar Festivals

By Justin Cober-Lake

Careful selection and sequencing have made this compilation particularly strong. 31 Aug 2016 // 9:43 AM

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