After a five-year hiatus, Eric Clapton‘s Crossroads Guitar Festival returned triumphantly last fall for two nights of performances at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas on September 20th21st. Both nights saw the acclaimed bluesman welcome a mix of his famous friends and colleagues with guest performances from Bonnie Raitt, Jimmy Vaughan, Bill Murray, The Marcus King Band, Billy Gibbons, James Bay, Gustavo Santaolalla, Peter Frampton, Sheryl Crow, Johnny Depp, Gary Clark Jr., John Mayer, Los Lobos, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Eric Johnson, Lianne La Havas, Keb’ Mo’, Bill Murray, Robert Randolph, Joe Walsh, Vince Gill, Andy Timmons, Pedrito Martínez, and more.

Clapton and RHINO Entertainment have now announced a forthcoming physical release highlighting select performances from the 2019 festival on both audio and video formats, with options to include 3CD, 6LP, 2DVD, and Blu-ray. The album and concert film will arrive on November 20th, with pre-orders for all formats now available here.

The 42 total recordings to be featured on the vinyl and CD releases include “Wonderful Tonight” (Eric Clapton/Andy Fairweather Low), “I Wanna Be Your Dog” (Doyle Bramhall II/Tedeschi Trucks Band), “Everything Is Broken” (Sheryl Crow/Bonnie Raitt), “Goodbye Carolina” (The Marcus King Band), “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” (Peter Frampton/Eric Clapton), “Layla” (Eric Clapton/John Mayer/Doyle Bramhall II), “I Say A Little Prayer” (Lianne La Havas), and more.

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Watch pro-shot footage of The Marcus King Band’s performance of “Goodbye Carolina” to appear on the DVD/Blu-ray options below.

The Marcus King Band – “Goodbye Carolina” – Crossroads Guitar Festival 2019

[Video: Rhino]

Back in February Clapton hosted a tribute concert at London’s Eventim Apollo Hammersmith in honor of his late Cream/Blind Faith bandmate Ginger Baker, who passed away in October. Clapton had also planned to perform across Europe back in the spring and summer months, but those dates were scrapped.