[London] : Polydor ; New York : Universal Music Dist., p2011.
2 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
40th anniversary deluxe ed.
Reissue. Layla and other assorted love songs originally produced in 1970 and released as Atco SD 2-704 (US) and Polydor 2625-005 (UK).
Newly remixed recordings on bonus disc were remixed at EastWest Studios in Hollywood, Calif., Sept. 2010.
Derek and The Dominos (Eric Clapton, guitars & lead vocals ; Bobby Whitlock, organ, piano, vocals & acoustic guitar ; Jim Gordon, drums, percussion & piano ; Carl Radle, bass & percussion ; Duane Allman, guitars).
Compilation produced by Bill Levenson.
Disc one. The original album. I looked away -- Bell bottom blues -- Keep on growing -- Nobody knows you when you're down and out -- I am yours -- Anyday -- Key to the highway -- Tell the truth -- Why does love got to be so sad? -- Have you ever loved a woman -- Little wing -- It's too late -- Layla -- Thorn tree in the garden.
Disc two. Bonus disc. Mean old world -- Roll it over -- Tell the truth -- It's too late (previously unreleased) -- Got to get better in a little while (previously unreleased) -- Matchbox (with Johnny Cash & Carl Perkins) (previously unreleased) -- Blues power (previously unreleased) -- Snake Lake blues (newly remixed recording) -- Evil (newly remixed recording) -- Mean old Frisco (newly remixed recording) -- One more chance (newly remixed recording) -- Got to get better in a little while jam (previously unreleased) -- Got to get better in a little while (originally recorded April/May 1971 at Olympic Studios, London) (newly remixed recording).