Eric Clapton's second Crossroads Guitar Festival will be immortalized on DVD Nov. 20 via Rhino, Billboard.com has learned.

Eric Clapton's second Crossroads Guitar Festival will be immortalized on DVD Nov. 20 via Rhino, Billboard.com has learned. The double-DVD set features 38 tracks from the July 28, 2007, show outside Chicago, with performances from Clapton, Jeff Beck, Sheryl Crow, Buddy Guy, B.B. King, Steve Winwood and Willie Nelson, among many others.

Among the highlights of "Crossroads" are a rare on-stage collaboration between former Blind Faith mates Clapton and Winwood, Clapton dusting off material from Derek and the Dominos plus covering George Harrison's "Isn't It a Pity" and an uncommon live appearance from the Band's Robbie Robertson with Clapton on Bo Diddley's "Who Do You Love."

The package wraps with Buddy Guy's "Sweet Home Chicago," featuring guest turns from Clapton, Robert Cray, John Mayer, Hubert Sumlin, Jimmie Vaughan and Johnny Winter.

Clapton is gearing up for the Oct. 9 release of his autobiography, atply titled "Clapton -- The Autobiography," and the two-CD retrospective "Complete Clapton" (Warner Bros.). The artist will appear during release week on NBC's "Today," CNN's "Larry King Live" and NPR's "All Things Considered."

Here is the track list for "Crossroads Guitar Festival 2007":

Disc one:
Introduction (by Bill Murray)
"Uberesso," Sonny Landreth
"Hell at Home," Sonny Landreth with Eric Clapton
"Maharina," John McLaughlin
"Rosie," Doyle Bramhall II
"Outside Woman Blues," Doyle Bramhall II
"Little by Little," Susan Tedeschi with the Derek Trucks Band
"Anyday," the Derek Trucks Band
"Highway 61 Revisited," Johnny Winter with the Derek Trucks Band
"Nobodysoul," Robert Randolph & the Family Band
"Poor Johnny," Robert Cray Band
"Dirty Work at the Crossroads," Jimmie Vaughan with the Robert Cray Band
"Sitting on Top of the World," Hubert Sumlin with the Robert Cray Band & Jimmie Vaughan
"Paying the Cost To Be the Boss," B.B. King with the Robert Cray Band with Jimmie Vaughan & Hubert Sumlin
"Rock Me Baby," B.B. King with the Robert Cray Band with Jimmie Vaughan & Hubert Sumlin
"Sweet Thing," Vince Gill
"Country Boy," Albert Lee with Vince Gill
"If It Makes You Happy," Sheryl Crow with Vince Gill & Albert Lee
"Tulsa Time," Sheryl Crow with Eric Clapton, Vince Gill & Albert Lee
"Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain," Willie Nelson with Vince Gill & Albert Lee
"On the Road Again," Willie Nelson with Sheryl Crow, Vince Gill & Albert Lee

Disc two:
"Belief," John Mayer
"Gravity," John Mayer
"Don't Worry Baby," Los Lobos
"Mas Y Mas," Los Lobos
"Cause We Ended As Lovers," Jeff Beck
"Big Block," Jeff Beck
"Tell the Truth," Eric Clapton
"Isn't It a Pity," Eric Clapton
"Who Do You Love," Robbie Robertson with Eric Clapton
"Presence of the Lord," Steve Winwood with Eric Clapton
"Can't Find My Way Home," Steve Winwood with Eric Clapton
"Had To Cry Today," Steve Winwood with Eric Clapton
"Dear Mr. Fantasy," Steve Winwood
"Crossroads," Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood
"Mary Had a Little Lamb," Buddy Guy
"Damn Right I've Got the Blues," Buddy Guy
"Sweet Home Chicago," Buddy Guy with Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, John Mayer, Hubert Sumlin, Jimmie Vaughan & Johnny Winter