Concert Vault

The Best of Eric Clapton

By: Concert Vault

19 songs / 2:26:59

  1. 1 Cream / Sunshine Of Your Love 05:28
  2. 2 Cream / I'm So Glad 07:03
  3. 3 Delaney & Bonnie / I Don't Know Why 05:51
  4. 4 Delaney & Bonnie / Coming Home 09:38
  5. 5 Derek and the Dominos / Got To Get Better In A Little While 14:21
  6. 6 Derek and the Dominos / Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad? 14:48
  7. 7 Derek and the Dominos / Presence Of The Lord 06:36
  8. 8 Derek and the Dominos / Crossroads 08:25
  9. 9 Eric Clapton / Hello Old Friend 03:57
  10. 10 Eric Clapton / Sign Language 03:57
  11. 11 Eric Clapton / Knockin' On Heaven's Door 05:51
  12. 12 Eric Clapton / Blues Power 12:13
  13. 13 Eric Clapton / Lay Down Sally 05:25
  14. 14 Eric Clapton / Badge 08:35
  15. 15 Eric Clapton / Let It Rain 07:15
  16. 16 Eric Clapton / I Shot The Sheriff 06:58
  17. 17 Eric Clapton / Behind the Mask 06:05
  18. 18 Eric Clapton / Cocaine 06:18
  19. 19 Eric Clapton / Layla 08:15
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Here's a little retrospective of Eric Clapton's career, from 1968 - 1988, starting with Cream in Los Angeles and ending with his performance at Prince's Trust Rock Gala in London. His work with the Yardbirds, John Mayall, and Blind Faith are unfortunately not represented (although he does play "Presence of the Lord" with the Dominos), nor are his more recent years of touring and collaborating. But this is still a good audio overview of his career: you can hear his reckless rocking in Cream, his comfort in the role-playing he did in Delaney and Bonnie and Derek and the Dominos, and the songwriting sensibilities and slicker sound of his post-'74 solo career.
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Here's a little retrospective of Eric Clapton's career, from 1968 - 1988, starting with Cream in Los Angeles and ending with his performance at Prince's Trust Rock Gala in London. His work with the Yardbirds, John Mayall, and Blind Faith are unfortunately not represented (although he does play "Presence of the Lord" with the Dominos), nor are his more recent years of touring and collaborating. But this is still a good audio overview of his career: you can hear his reckless rocking in Cream, his comfort in the role-playing he did in Delaney and Bonnie and Derek and the Dominos, and the songwriting sensibilities and slicker sound of his post-'74 solo career.