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I Shot the Sheriff (live Crossroads 2) - Eric Clapton - Custom Backing Track MP3

This title is a cover version of I Shot the Sheriff (live Crossroads 2) as made famous by Eric Clapton

Tempo: variable (around 96 BPM)

In the same key as the original: Gm

This track ends without fading out

Duration: 10:18 - Sample at: 01:52

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Drum kit
Electric guitar (left)
Electric guitar (right)
Lead electric guitar
Backing vocals
Lead vocal (ad lib)
Lead vocal

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About I Shot the Sheriff (live Crossroads 2)

Release date: 1996
Format: MP3 320 Kbps
Genres: Rock, Reggae, In English
Original songwriter: Bob Marley

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1 comment
  • pajguitar 3 months ago
    An ok track, but be aware this is NOT the version i thought it was from the title. I expected it to be the live version from the crossroads festival 2 in 2004, with the solo section that builds and builds. This is a 1970's live version that i presume was featured on one of Erics compilation crossroad albums. A version of the 2004 crossroads track would be appreciated,if possible