...well you don't. As a big Robert Johnson fan I was quite worried about this album. Robert Johnson is widely accepted as the biggest influence to the music (Delta Blues) that evolved into Chicago Blues then into Rock&Roll very quickly to become common-place in today's society. Do a search if you doubt me. If you still doubt it then don't take my word for it, take Eric Clapton's. What you need to realise is that, on this album, Eric Clapton did not try to create better versions of R.J songs. He is simply tipping his hat to his biggest influence and casually recording his own interpretation of R.J songs...and what an interpretation! This is a fantastic C.D/D.V.D combo and should really be priced at around £35.00. The C.D is good but the D.V.D is better. It's a perfect balance between electric wizardry and acoustic genius. His supporting musicians, as you would expect, are also in fantastic form for these recordings, in particular his supporting guitarist, Doyle (lookout for the acoustic duet, session III). I also have the Eric Clapton MTV Unplugged D.V.D and the C.D, which we all know are fantastic, but this is far better. It makes you feel part of the sessions and gives a bit of insight into Eric's world through the interviews...a must for every aspiring guitarist and for those R.J fans who have tried to play his songs. I was rather baffled though, because they appear to have missed out the D.V.D bonus tracks (as stated on the back) on the actual D.V.D, but there is loads of good quality material on both C.D & D.V.D you wont even care. I think somewhere (with or without his soul) a certain Mr Robert Johnson is very very pleased indeed. Well done Mr Clapton!!