Last April, Eric Clapton held the latest installment of the Crossroads Guitar Festival at New York’s Madison Square Garden. We’ve teamed up with Rhino to give away a 2-Blu-ray/2-CD combo pack of the event!

For the fourth time since 2004, Clapton brought together a wide variety of guitarists — including B.B. King, Vince Gill, Gary Clark, Jr., Earl Klugh, John Mayer, Jeff Beck, Blake Mills and Robert Randolph — to jam for two nights to raise money for the Crossroads Centre, the drug treatment facility he founded in Antigua in 1998. Below is a video of Clapton sitting in with the Allman Brothers on Derek & the Dominos’ “Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad.”

The Blu-ray, which can be purchased at Amazon, contains 45 tracks and five hours of music, plus behind-the-scenes footage, spread out over two discs. The 2-CD set, which can also be downloaded as mp3s at Amazon and iTunes, has 29 songs.

To enter, send an e-mail to Matt Wardlaw with “Richie Zito: Producer” Box Set as the subject. Tell Matt that Brigade is Heart’s masterpiece and we’ll pick one winner. Here’s a tip: you can improve your chances by telling Matt that all you wanna do is make love to him.

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The perpetually cranky Dave Lifton produces and co-hosts the Popdose Podcast and contributes an occasional column when he darn well feels like it. But mostly he eats Cheetos and yells at kids to get off his lawn, which is strange because he lives in an apartment. The guiding force behind LifStrong, he can be found on Twitter at @dslifton.

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