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Eric Clapton and Friends (1986)

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A concert by rock singer/guitarist Eric Clapton, with colleagues Phil Collins, Nathan East and others.

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A concert by rock singer/guitarist Eric Clapton, with colleagues Phil Collins, Nathan East and others.

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Written by Eric Clapton and Jim Gordon
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Vintage Clapton
1 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Even though almost all the songs were very familiar by the time I acquired this tape, it's such solid rock 'n roll and offers enough variations on a few favorites that I still enjoy playing this.

"Tearing Us Apart" with Clapton and Tina Turner is a highlight of this 62-minute concert, as is the venerable "Crossroads" as Eric puts a few new twists on it.

"Layla" is the second-to-last song on the tape and perhaps a fitting way to end viewing this, as the last song, "Sunrise Of Your Love," is not anywhere as good as on Clapton's "24 Nights" concert.

There is a rarity in here: a mistake made by Eric (with a "sorry" captioned on the screen) after he plays a sour note. Still, it's vintage Clapton and a very good one-hour concert.


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