mowdamowda at hotmail.com
Thu Apr 3 07:29:21 EDT 2008
> I think it's no mistake that EC has adopted the live in the studio
approach to all of his recordings
> AFTER Pilgrim.
EC had already adopted the live in the studio approach on the album BEFORE
Pilgrim, From The Cradle.
I think it is no mistake that EC did NOT record Pilgrim live in the studio.
> But they have always sounded better in concert than they do on the record.
What Clapton songs don't sound better in concert than they do on record?
I think that every Digest member agrees that EC is better live than in the
> The record is just too sterile. It's a record that was over-produced.
Pilgrim may be sterile and over-produced but it is head and shoulders over
that booze riddled output from the late 70's.
Give me a sterile and over produced Pilgrim to a 'correctly' produced
Backless any day.
> If Pilgrim had been recorded live in the studio it would have been a great
> But it wasn't.
If Cream had had another two members it would have been a quintet.
But it wasn't.
Pilgrim is a great EC album even with the crap production, sterility and
So what's the score now?
Pilgrim lovers = 2
Pilgrim haters = rest of The Digest?
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