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Eric Clapton - Eric Claptons Rainbow Concert (CD, Album)

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  • Duran
    says:
    Artist: Eric Clapton. Album Name: Eric Clapton's Rainbow Concert. Label: RSO. Release Date: Origin: Germany. Sleeve Condition: EXL (8/10) Media Condition: EXL (8/10) Description: Track List: A1 Badge A2 Roll It Over A3 Presence Of The Lord B1 Pearly Queen B2 After Midnight B3 Little Wing.
  • Mazusida
    says:
    This recording of a piece of rock history catches the personal static on (and uniquely off) the stage that night: the hopes, the dreams, the high stakes and dire straits that Eric, Pattie and their friends were in. The conversation was the music, the dialogue was Eric’s and his friends loved him enough to /5().
  • Dougrel
    says:
    Nov 15,  · There was one tune performed at the Jan. 13, Rainbow shows not represented on the '95 remaster "Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out". This song was performed at both shows (as the fourth song of the set following 'Blues Power"). The '95 disc is an amalgam of the two concerts. Not sure from exactly which show the songs were pulled from but I can tell you about the 6 .
  • Kazimi
    says:
    Eric Clapton's Rainbow Concert is a live album by Eric Clapton, recorded at the Rainbow Theatre in London on 13 January and released in September that year. The concerts, two on the same evening, were organised by Pete Townshend of the Who and marked a comeback by Clapton after two years of inactivity, broken only by his performance at the Concert for Bangladesh in August
  • Shaktiramar
    says:
    Note: This CD is not the original record released in The original record's tracklist is much shorter. Stars by the names of the tracks indicate that they were not in the original tracklist of the album. (Fun fact: This is the concert where Eric Clapton's famous "Blackie" made it's first appearance).
  • Zurg
    says:
    Oct 30,  · One live album I have in my collection seems to be somewhat of a misfit, and that is Eric Clapton's Rainbow Concert album. I have the expanded version, and I've always loved it. It seems to get a lot of bad rap, and I don't know why. The all-star band is what I really enjoy.
  • Shaktinos
    says:
    Disregard the title of this compilation: there is no way that any double-disc, track set could be called The Complete Clapton, not when Eric Clapton has had a career that's spanned over four conttranchargalahodasarmylawacomp.co doesn't even attempt to cover as much ground as his landmark four-disc box set Crossroads, which began with his first band the Yardbirds and then followed his winding journeys Price: $
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