lunedì 29 ottobre 2018

Eric Clapton - 1997-10-27 - Tokyo, JP (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Budokan Theatre


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Eric Clapton Guitar, Vocals
Andy Fairweather Low Rhythm Guitar
Joe Sample Piano
Chris Stainton Keyboards
Dave Bronze Bass
Steve Gadd Drums
Katie Kissoon Backing Vocals
Tessa Niles Backing Vocals

Technical Details:

Type: DVD
Region: None
TV System: NTSC

Video Stream:
Type: Interlaced MPEG2
Bitrate: 4.758 Mbps
Framerate: 29.970 Hz
Resolution: 720x480
Aspect ratio: 4x3

Audio Stream:
Type: Dolby Digital (AC3)
Bitrate: 256 Kbps
Number of channels: 2
Sampling Frequency: 48khz
Sampling Bits: 16

01 - Layla (Acoustic)
02 - Change the world (Acoustic)
03 - Nobody knows you when you're down and out (Acoustic)
04 - Tears in heaven (Acoustic)
05 - Going down slow
06 - Broken hearted
07 - Pilgrim
08 - Before you accuse me
09 - I shot the sheriff
10 - White room
11 - Wonderful tonight
12 - I'm tore down
13 - Have you ever loved a woman
14 - Cocaine
15 - Tearing us apart
16 - Old love
17 - Sunshine of your love
18 - Everyday I have the blues (Encore)

Geetarz Comments:
The latter half of the 1990s was a time of change and growth for Eric Clapton. The early part of the decade saw massive commercial success, and swings from "Rock God", to the massive success of "Unplugged", and a couple years of "All Blues" performances.  1996 was a year of transition, and 1997 found EC going in different directions as well.

EC's summer tour with the "Jazz Legends" was a real milestone in his career, in many ways the first time he had worked with a band of peers since Derek and the Dominos. Playing with some of the finest improvisational musicians on the planet certainly pushed EC in new directions, and fresh on the heels of that tour, EC set off for a short tour of Japan in the fall of that year.

As usual, EC's Japan appearances featured some of his finest playing, and the sets were invigorating and new, incorporating material written for the "Pilgrim" album that would see release the following spring.

Bolstered by Legends bandmates Steve Gadd on drums and the incredible Joe Sample on keyboards, as well as a cast of regulars, this band took material new and old in different directions.

Overall, this is absolutely essential EC, and I'd rate this video as a keystone of any EC collection.

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