Tuesday, July 05, 2005

Eric Clapton - Acoustic Classics DVD

Just picked up the Eric Clapton - Acoustic Classics DVD

It covers a bunch of songs I'm interested in learning, including Malted Milk and Walkin' Blues. I actually have the tab from the unplugged sessions but it's kind of nice to have the visual reference as well. And there's some interesting tips for bits and pieces that just aren't obvious from the tab.

There's also his version of Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out, which I already know how to play, but the version on the DVD is a lot more complex than the version I know.

So far I'd give the DVD a thumbs up (am I allowed to do that, or is it a copyrighted term?) And it's not that expensive; $19.95, though I got it from Elderly for a little less.

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