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on 24 September 2002
I must firstly that i am a bit biased when comes to ol' 'Slow Hand'. Thus anything he comes up with (well almost everything) is bound to make me a very very happy person.
Reptile shows a side to Eric Clapton one rarely gets too see...his mellow side. (That is, of course, unless one has already seen Clapton live in the Albert Hall once or twice.) Reptile proves that Clapton is not a one dimensioned guitarist. The album is very 'Easy Listening', very jazzy. Something one would want to listen to whilst sipping wine perhaps or with one's significant other all snuggled up in front of a fire (can't imagine why anyone would want to do that. that's gotta hurt)
The Album isn't by far Clapton's greatest work (you could argue otherwise) but its a refreshing to see Clapton do something new every now and then. Even God has to keep on his toes.
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on 4 May 2003
First: you don't need a special dvd-audio player to enjoy the high quality of this recording. I use a SACD/DVD player and listen to the DTS 5.1 track.
The recording and 5.1 (DTS) mix are of very high quality.
I was surprised by the clarity of the sound, you can really hear all the little "slide" sounds from the guitarstrings and very good bass.
The music: this is Eric C. at his best. Great mixture of blues and other musical influences.
A real recommender for anybody with a dvd-player.
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