|The Fillmore, San Francisco, 8th November 1994|
|1-7||Blues All Day Long|
|1-8||Standing Around Crying|
|1-9||Hoochie Coochie Man|
|1-10||It Hurts Me Too|
|1-11||Blues Before Sunrise|
|1-15||Can't Judge Nobody|
|2-1||Early In The Morning|
|2-3||Someday After A While|
|2-4||I'm Tore Down|
|2-5||Have You Ever Loved A Woman|
|2-7||Groaning The Blues|
|2-8||Five Long Years|
|2-9||Ain't Nobody's Business|
|The Fillmore, San Francisco, 9th November 1994|
|3-7||Blues All Day Long|
|3-8||Standing Around Crying|
|3-9||Hoochie Coochie Man|
|3-10||It Hurts Me Too|
|3-11||Blues Before Sunrise|
|3-15||Can't Judge Nobody|
|4-1||Early In The Morning|
|4-3||Someday After A While|
|4-4||I'm Tore Down|
|4-5||Have You Ever Loved A Woman|
|4-9||Groaning The Blues|
|4-10||Five Long Years|
|4-11||Ain't Nobody's Business|
Blues is a blues rock compilation album by Eric Clapton released in 1999. The release features songs from Clapton's 1970s RSO albums, as well as some unreleased material from the same era. The second disc features live recordings. Before You Accuse Me (Take a Look at Yourself)" (Ellas McDaniel) – 4:39 (Previously unreleased acoustic outtake from Backless, 1978). Mean Old World" (Walter Jacobs) – 3:50 (Outtake from Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs, 1970). Ain't That Lovin' You" (Jimmy Reed) – 5:26.
Eric Clapton: Blues at the Fillmore Recorded at the Fillmore West, San Francisco on November 7, 1994 - 3BR Records - 3BR 125. Sourced from the pro-shot video that was used for tracking purposes in the filming of Nothing But the Blues. This tweaked and remastered release is sourced from a low generation copy of this video, and is a notable improvement on Blues From the Heart. Highly recommended . thank you very much for next "Professor's" show. Clapton was, is and always will be great.
Eric Clapton earned a reputation as a blues guitarist early in his career, and while he frequently returned to the blues - usually recording at least one blues tune per album - he never recorded a full-fledged blues album until 1994's From the Cradle. It became one of the most popular records of his career. Not long afterward, MCA assembled a collection of Jimi Hendrix's blues recordings, and that compilation also proved quite successful.
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Performer: Eric Clapton Album: Just One Night Label: Polydor, Montgrove. Just One Night is a 1980 double album by Eric Clapton, recorded live at the Budokan Theatre, Tokyo, Japan, December 1979 when Clapton was touring to support Backless, his latest record at that time. The sleeve contains a Japanese painting by Ken Konno. The album reached No. 2 in the .
Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock) - 14:49 3. Key To The Highway (Charles Segar/Big Bill Broonzy) - 6:25 4. Blues Power (Eric Clapton/Leon Russell) - 10:31 5. Have You Ever Loved A Woman (Billy Myles Cover) - 8:16 6. Bottle Of Red Wine (Eric Clapton/Bonnie Bramlett) - 5:34
Album THE BLUES YEARS by ERIC CLAPTON on CDandLP. Eric Clapton - Blues in A (Instrumental) - YouTube. 1280 x 720 jpeg 120kB. Eric Clapton – Complete Blues Nights 1990 (6CD) Beano-085. The Cream of Clapton - Eric Clapton - Listen and discover. John Mayall with Eric Clapton - Blues Breakers (Aka: "The.