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Eric Clapton - 2017-05-25 - London, UK (ALD/AUD/MTX/FLAC)






Eric Clapton - 2017-05-25 - London, UK
(Audience FLAC)

"Commandeur Clapton" 
Eric Clapton & His Band 
Royal Albert Hall (Show #3/3) 
London 
England 

25th. May 2017 

An Audience Recording 

Lineage: 
Core Sound Binaural Mics (Flat Response) > Edirol R-1 Flash Recorder > 24-bit/44.1kHz WAV > Adobe Audition Editing v1.5 (32-Bit) > 16-bit WAV > Split > FLAC Frontend v2.1 using FLAC 1.3.0 (Level-6 + Align on Sector Boundaries). 

Recording: 
Microphones placed ~0.5m, (18"), apart, over the balcony ledge; this minimised adjacent clapping. Location was offset to the sound 

reinforcement system 

Mastering: 
Disk-1 
Fade-In & Out 
Whole Disk 
LHC: +4.97dB 
RHC: +6.58dB 
Seated Section 
L+R: +4db 
Overall 
L+R: +2.5dB (Hard Limit on clapping) 

Disk-2 
Fade-In & Out 
Whole Disk 
LHC: +4.97dB 
RHC: +6.58dB 
L+R: +2.5dB (Hard Limit on clapping) 

Location: 
Second Tier Box 

Eric Clapton – guitar, vocals 
Chris Stainton – piano, keyboards 
Paul Carrack - organ, keyboards, vocals 
Nathan East – bass 
Steve Gadd – drums 
Sharlotte Gibson – backing vocals 
Sharon White – backing vocals 

Disk:1 49:21 
01 Intro 
02 Somebody Knocking 
03 Key To The Highway 
04 Hoochie Coochie Man 
05 I Shot The Sheriff 

Acoustic Set 
06 Driftin' Blues 
07 Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out 
08 Layla 
09 Tears In Heaven 
Acoustic Set/

Disk:2 54:30 
01 Badge 
02 Wonderful Tonight 
03 Crossroads 
04 Little Queen Of Spades - with Doyle Bramhall II 
05 Cocaine - with Doyle Bramhall II

Encores: 
06 Sunshine of your Love - with Doyle Bramhall II 
07 High Time We Went - with Doyle Bramhall II 

Support: 
Doyle Bramhall II 

"On May 25, Sylvie Bermann, French Ambassador to the United Kingdom, conferred the medal of the Commandeur in l'ordre des Arts et des Lettres on Eric Clapton. The award was presented in a ceremony backstage at the Royal Albert Hall where Eric was performing. Sylvie Bermann, called him an "ambassador of the blues in France". 

France's Order of Arts and Letters (Ordre des Arts et des Lettres) was established in 1957 to recognize eminent artists and writers, as well as people who have contributed significantly to furthering the arts in France and throughout the world. Membership is not limited to French nationals; recipients include numerous foreign luminaries of which Eric Clapton is the most recent." 

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