giovedì 25 febbraio 2021

Eric Clapton - 1985-10-09 - Nagoya, JP (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

Eric Clapton
"Forever Man"
Nagoya, Japan
October 9, 1985 - lun - SB 4 (Scale 1-6)

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Eric Clapton Guitar, Vocals
Donald 'Duck' Dunn Bass
Tim Renwick Guitar
Chris Stainton Keyboards
Jamie Oldaker Drums
Laura Creamer Backing Vocals (*)
Shaun Murphy Backing Vocals

CD1
01) Tulsa Time
02) Motherless Children
03) I Shot the Sheriff
04) Same Old Blues
05) Tangled in Love
06) White Room
07) Wonderful Tonight
08) She's Waiting (incomplete)

CD2
01) Lay Down Sally
02) Badge / Let it Rain
03) Double Trouble
04) Cocaine
05) layla (incomplete)

Geetarz Comments: 
(*) Laura Creamer replaced Marcy Levy for the remainder of the 1985 tour.

This is an interesting bootleg, there is no no label or number on discs. The original silvers are poorly silk-screened with only the title "Forever Man is Forever!" Most pressed CDs from that era (late 1980s, early 1990s) have at least a manufacturer ID number on the inner ring (even if it has been obliterated), these have none.

I bought this set at a record fair in the early 1990s, and got a real "deal" on the 2CD set at only $40 because there was no artwork. Some years later, a website contributor was kind enough to contribute the cover scans, so thanks in that regard go to him.

Included are scans from today at 300DPI of the original silver discs - they aren't much to look at, but this way you know you're getting the "real deal".

The 1985 tour was a personal favorite, and it's great to have a soundboard from the short Japan tour that year, even if it's not a fantastic one. A great performance of "Double Trouble" is worth the price of admission alone (which is FREE for you, by the way!)

1 commento:

  1. Avoid at all costs, please? I can't see this being a genuine soundboard, as the sound for the most part is awful. Eric's voice is drowned out and struggling against the other instruments. I've heard a much better versions of "Double Trouble" on other boots. There's a massive audio dip in the middle of "Tulsa Time", which continues into "Motherless Children", and there are seven tracks on side two not five. I still can't place the first song on side two. Regards, Peter. (Sydney).

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