George Harrison with Eric Clapton – 12/12/1991 – Osaka, Japan


George Harrison with Eric Clapton and Band
Osaka Castle Hall
Osaka, Japan

Disc One
01-I Want To Tell You 4:56
02-Old Brown Shoe 4:03
03-Taxman 4:24
04-Give Me Love 3:57
05-If I Needed Someone 4:28
06-Something 5:58 *
07-What Is Life 4:57
08-Dark Horse 4:26
09-Piggies 3:24
10-Pretending 7:20
11-Old Love 11:13
12-Badge 7:17
13-Wonderful Tonight 9:23

Disc Two
14-Got My Mind Set On You 4:42
15-Cloud 9 4:29
16-Here Comes The Sun 3:40 *
17-My Sweet Lord 5:56
18-All Those Years Ago 4:46
19-Cheer Down 4:18
20-Devil’s Radio 5:01
21-Isn’t It A Pity 7:08
22-While My Guitar Gently Weeps 7:02
23-Roll Over Beethoven 14:52

*These two songs from this night were on the official release.

Next Show Tokyo 14-12-1991

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This may be the nicest recording of the tour. I notice that the gaps between songs seems to be a bit longer on this night. Perhaps the band was told to do this because they were recording the show.

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Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival – 04/12/2013 – New York, NY

Eric Clapton’s 2013 Crossroads Guitar Festival
Day 1 of 2
New York, NY
Madison Square Garden

Set List:
00. Video/Intro Music (*people settling in. *usher)
01. Driftin’ Blues (Eric Clapton (acoustic set opener. *usher, *light chatter))
02. Spider Jiving (Andy Fairweather Low joins Eric Clapton)
03. Tears in Heaven (Andy Fairweather Low / Eric Clapton (*singing neighbor, *usher))
04. Lay Down Sally (Vince Gill joins EC (*chatter *usher)
05. Wonderful Tonight (*usher) Usher leaves for the rest of the night))
06. Intro / Time is Tight (Booker T., Steve Jordan, Steve Cropper, Keb Mo, Matt Guitar Murphy)
07. Hip Hug Her (Booker T., Steve Jordan, Steve Cropper, Keb Mo, Matt Guitar Murphy)
08. Sleep Walk ((Blake Mills, Albert Lee, join Booker T. (*light level chatter))
09. Born Under A Bad Sign (Booker T. and band)
10. Green Onions (Booker T. and band)
11. Intro / Side Dish (Robert Cray)
12. Great Big Old House (Robert Cray)
13. Let The Good Times Roll (BB King joins Robert Cray (*momentary “move it” rant by someone))
14. Sweet 16 (BB King and Robert Cray)
15. Everyday I Have The Blues (Eric Clapton and Jimmy Vaughan join Robert Cray and BB King)
16. Intro / Slide Guitar solo (Sonny Landreth)
17. Intro / Green Light Girl (Doyle Bramhall II)
18. Cry (Alice Smith joins Doyle Bramhall II)
19. Bullet and a Target (Citizen Cope joins Doyle Bramhall II)
20. Son’s Gonna Rise (Gary Clark Jr. joins Doyle Bramhall II and Citizen Cope)
21. She’s Alright (Gary Clark Jr.)
22. Intro / Steamroller (Philip Sayce)
23. Intro / UNKNOWN (Earl Klugh (*light level chatter))
24. This Time (Earl Klugh (*light level chatter))
25. UNKNOWN (Earl Klugh (*light level chatter))
26. Intro / UNKNOWN (Kurt Rosenwinkel (*light level chatter))
27. Intro / Guitar Intro / Gamma Band (Alan Holdsworth joins Kurt Rosenwinkel (*stage tech issues during Intro*light level chatter))
28. Intro / If I Should Lose You (Eric Clapton joins Kurt Rosenwinkel)
29. Way Down That Lonesome Road (Eric Clapton, Kurt Rosenwinkel)
30. Intro / Next Door Neighbor Blues (Gary Clark Jr.)
31. Don’t Owe You A Thang (Gary Clark Jr.)
32. Intro / Who says (John Mayer)
33. Slow Dancing in a Burning Room (John Mayer)
34. Intro / Queen of California (Greg Leisz joins John Mayer)
35. Intro / Don’t Let Me Down (Keith Urban joins John Mayer)
36. Intro / Damn Right, I’ve Got the Blues (Buddy Guy, Robert Randolph and Quinn Sullivan (*momentary freakout by dude behind me in one spot or 2 of song))
37. Let The Door Knob Hit Ya (Buddy Guy, Robert Randolph, Quinn Sullivan)
38. Someone Else Is Steppin’ In (Slippin’ Out, Slippin’ In)(Buddy Guy, Robert Randolph, Quinn Sullivan))
39. Louisiana Blues snippet (1 line)(Buddy Guy, Robert Randolph, Quinn Sullivan)
40. Jam outro (Buddy Guy, Robert Randolph, Quinn Sullivan)
41. Intro / I Got My Mojo Workin'(Dan Aykroyd, Keb Mo tribute to Muddy Waters (*light level chatter))
The Allman Brothers Band tracks were removed from torrent due to ABB electronic trading policy

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Eric Clapton with Mark Knopfler and Phil Collins – 01/12/1987 – London, UK

Eric Clapton with Mark Knopfler
(also Ft. Phil Collins)
London, UK

” ON TOUR ’87-” (PART 1&2)

Eric Clapton and Mark Knopfler – PART ONE


01- Crossroads (Johnson, Robert) (6:36)
02- White Room (Bruce, Jack / Brown, Pete) (6:53)
03- I Shot The Sheriff (Marley, Bob) (7:31)
04- Hung Up On Your Love (Clapton, Eric) (5:03)
05- Wonderful Tonight (Clapton, Eric) (4:55)
06- Miss You (Clapton, Eric) (5:51)
07- Same Old Blues (Clapton, Eric) (21:55)

Total Time – 58:49

Eric Clapton and Mark Knopfler – PART TWO

01- Tearing Us Apart (Clapton, Eric) (6:42)
02- Holy Mother (Clapton, Eric) (5:45)
03- Badge (Clapton, Eric) (9:46)
04- Let It Rain (Clapton, Eric) (5:17)
05- Cocaine (Cale, J.J.) (7:51)
06- Layla (Clapton, Eric / Gordon, Jim) (9:10)
07- Money For Nothing (Knopfler, Mark / Sting) (6:57)
08- Sunshine Of Your Love (Bruce, Jack / Brown, Pete / Clapton, Eric) (6:01)

Total Time – 57:34

Eric Clapton : Guitar, Vocals
Mark Knopfler : Guitar
Nathan East : Bass
Greg Phillinganes : Keyboards
Steve Ferrone : Drums
Phil Collins : Drums

Take care and Enjoy this very nice E.C. show


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Eric Clapton – 02/17/1991 – London, UK

Eric Clapton
Play With Fire Revisited
London, England
February 17, 1991

1) Intro
2) Pretending
3) No Alabis
4) Running on Faith
5) I Shot the Sheriff
6) White Room
7) Can’t Find My Way Home
8) Bad Love
9) Before You Accuse Me
10) Old Love
1) Badge
2) Wonderful Tonight
3) Cocaine
4) Layla
5) Crossroads
6) Sunshine of Your Love

An excellent soundboard recording

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Roger Waters and Eric Clapton – 07/21/1984 – East Rutherford, NJ



Roger Waters & Eric Clapton
Brendyn Byrne Arena
East Rutherford , NJ

Set 1

d1t01 Set The Controls For the Heart of The Sun
d1t02 Money
d1t03 If
d1t04 Welcome To The Machine
d1t05 Have A Cigar
d1t06 Wish You Were Here
d1t07 Pigs On The Wing
d1t08 In The Flesh
d1t09 Nobody Home
d1t10 Hey You > The Gunners Dream > Shane

Set 2

d2t01 Traveling Abroad > Running Shoes
d2t02 Arabs With Knives > For The First Time Today Part I > Sexual Revolution
d2t03 The Remains Of Our Love
d2t04 Go Fishing > For The First Time Today Part II > Dunroamin’, Duncarin’, Dunlivin’
d2t05 The Pros & Cons Of Hitch Hiking
d2t06 Every Stranger Eyes
d2t07 The Moment Of Clarity

d2t08 Brain Damage/Eclipse

FOB Schoeps Cassette Master > DAT > CD

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Eric Clapton – 08/01/1974 – Atlanta, GA


Eric Clapton
Omni Theatre
Atlanta, Georgia
August 1st, 1974

1. Smile (incomplete)
2. Let It Grow
3. Mainline Florida
4. Bright Lights, Big City
5. Tell the Truth
6. Willie And The Hand Jive/Get Ready
7. Let It Rain
8. Badge
9. Layla (featuring Pete Townshend)
10. Baby, Don’t You Do It (featuring Pete Townshend)

Runtime – 1 Hour 17 Minutes

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Eric Clapton – 07/12/1974 – Boston, MA


Eric Clapton – Clapton Is Mad Dog
Boston Garden, Boston MA
July 12, 1974
Plus Bonus from
Congress Centrum, Hamburg
November 26, 1974

Disc 1:
1. Opening
2. Smile
3. Let It Grow
4. Can’t Find My Way Home
5. Willie And The Hand Jive
6. Get Ready
7. Band Introductions
8. Layla
9. Presence Of The Lord

Disc 2:
1. Steady Rollin’ Man
2. Mainline Florida
3. Blues Power
4. Have You Ever Loved A Woman
5. Badge
6. Mainline Florida**
7. Let It Rain**

** Centrum Nov. 26, 1974

The Band:
Eric Clapton guitar, vocals
Jamie Oldaker drums
Dick Sims keyboards
Carl Radle bass
George Terry guitar
Yvonne Elliman backing vocals

Thanks to Kream for his usual, great help.
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Upped exclusively for free trading and enjoyment by Yours Truly, ECMM


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Eric Clapton – 1970 and 71 – Derek and the Dominos Studio Sessions


Eric Clapton
1970 and 71
Derek and the Dominos Studio Sessions

Recorded at Criteria Studios, Miami, FL on 8/70 & 9/70 and at Olympic Studios, London 14/4/71
Eric Clapton (Guitar, Vocals)
Jim Gordon (Drums)
Bobby Whitlock (Vocals, Keyboards)
Carl Radle (Bass)
Duane Allman (Guitar)

01 – Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad #1
02 – Bell Bottom Blues (instrumental)
03 – I Looked Away #1
04 – Have You Ever Loved A Woman #1
05 – Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out (instrumental)
06 – Have You Ever Loved A Woman #2
07 – Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad #2
08 – Keep On Growing (instrumental)
09 – I Looked Away #2
10 – Any Day
11 – Tell The Truth (backing track jam)
12 – Tell The Truth
13 – Instrumental Jam #7
14 – Evil (2)

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Eric Clapton – 10/23-24/1970 – New York, NY


Eric Clapton
Fillmore East
October 1970
New York, NY

01. Got To Get Better In A Little While
02. Key To The Highway
03. Tell The Truth
04. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad?
05. Blues Power
06. Have You Ever Loved A Woman
07. Bottle Of Red Wine
08. Presence Of The Lord
09. Little Wing
10. Let It Rain
11. Crossroads

12. Got To Get Better In A Little While
13. Blues Power
14. Have You Ever Loved A Woman
15. Key To The Highway
16. Tell The Truth
17. Nobody Knows When You’re Down And Out
18. Let It Rain
19. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
20. Presence Of The Lord
21. Bottle Of Red Wine
22. Roll It Over
23. Little Wing
Eric Clapton – guitar, vocals
Bobby Whitlock – keyboards, vocals
Carl Radle – bass
Jim Gordon – drums


This is a complete recording of the late show Derek and the Dominos played as headliners over Ballin’ Jack and Humble Pie at the Fillmore East.

After months touring with Delaney and Bonnie and collaborating with them on his first solo album, Clapton took the nucleus of his band – Whitlock, Radle and Gordon – and formed Derek and the Dominos. By 1970, Clapton had amassed an impressive catalogue on which to draw, and these musicians jelled in a way that certainly brought out the best in the material. For many fans, this quartet was the most consistently exciting group Clapton ever toured with, and these concerts feature some of the most passionate live playing of his career.

Kicking things off with “Got To Get Better In A Little While,” a track from an unreleased second album, Clapton and the group immediately begin jamming at a level more refined than those he touched on with his days with Cream. The ferocious battles for dominance in Cream are replaced by a more cohesive and thoughtful mode of playing that lets everyone in the band shine.

A relaxed “Key to the Highway” follows, proving that Clapton could still play with a blues authenticity few others could match, even though the tune is really just a warm up of better things to come. “Tell The Truth” and the “Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad” that follows both show the most intriguing side of this band’s original material. Bobby Whitlock’s impassioned vocals bring out a resonance in these songs that Clapton singing alone could never have hoped to achieve. Even without Duane Allman’s distinctive contributions on the studio versions of these tracks, the creative synergy the band achieves here is astonishing. This almost 15 minute version of “Why Does Love…” absolutely sizzles from beginning to end and features some of the most captivating jamming of the show.

Next up is “Blues Power,” here rocked out to over twice the length of the studio version before getting slowed back down again. “Have You Ever Loved a Woman,” a song Clapton redefined back in his days with John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, gets an extended treatment here, and exemplifies his enduring passion for pure blues.

They go on to perform “Bottle of Red Wine,” another fine rocker, on which Whitlock shines, followed by “Presence of the Lord,” an introspective song Clapton recorded with Blind Faith and that was, in retrospect, a prototype for much of his later work. An intriguing wah-wah solo is a definite highlight. A lovely cover of one of Jimi Hendrix’s most beautiful compositions, “Little Wing,” follows, and then it’s a monumental workout on the set closer, “Let It Rain,” featuring plenty of improvising and a lengthy drum solo from Jim Gordon.

For the encore, they return with “Crossroads,” here slowed down considerably from the frenetic Cream version, but still featuring many of Clapton’s trademark riffs and hot improvising from the entire band.

This night is the looser, more improvisational of the two shows, but both are wonderful performances. Clapton would rarely ever play with this much passion again. When this tour ended, Clapton went into deep despair and the flame in his guitar playing was forever diminished upon his return several years later. These shows capture the end of that initial incredible era in Clapton’s career, an era that justifiably made him a guitar legend.

*Sourced from Wolfgang’s Vault

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Eric Clapton and Duane Allman – 08/23/70 – Studio Jams


Eric Clapton & Duane Allman
Studio Jams

“A group date in Miami, in August 1970 gave Duane Allman the chance to participate in Eric Clapton’s Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs. Clapton had long wanted to meet Allman; when he heard that the Allman Brothers were due to play in Miami, where he had just started work on Layla with producer Tom Dowd, he insisted on going to see their concert, where he met Allman. After the show the two bands—the Allman Brothers Band and Derek and the Dominos—returned to Criteria, where Allman and Clapton quickly formed a deep rapport during an all-night jam session. At one point, Allman cautiously asked Clapton if he could come by the studio to watch. Clapton refused, telling Allman to bring his guitar because, “you got to play.” Allman wound up participating on most of the album’s tracks, contributing some of his best-known work. Allman never left the Allman Brothers Band, though, despite being offered a permanent position with Clapton. Allman never toured with Derek and the Dominos, but he did make three appearances with them on December 1, 1970 at the Curtis Hixon Hall (“Soulmates” LP) and the following day at Onondaga County War Memorial, and one appearance {exact date in 1970 uncertain} at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Calif.

In an interview, Duane told listeners how to tell who played what: Eric played the Fender parts and Duane played the Gibson parts. He continued by noting that the Fender had a sparklier sound, while the Gibson produced more of a “full-tilt screech.”” {src. wiki}
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