Radio Sessions [Invasion Unlimited] - BBC sessions 1966-'68 with Cream + five tracks by John Mayall Band with Clapton from 1965.
Derek & The Dominoes - Live at the Fillmore [4CD] Disc 1/2 live Oct 23 1970. Disc 3/4 live Oct 24 1970 in New York. Taken from original tapes. Excellent. These shows were the source of the Dominoes official live double LP.
Eric Clapton - Smile 1974 [6CD] - Disc 1/2 live in Ohio July 4 1974. Disc 3/4 live in Montreal July 9 1974. Disc 5/6 live in Denver July 24 1974. All soundboard. This was Clapton's comeback tour recorded for a live album. The live album released was E.C. Was Here.
Eric Clapton - L.Z. Was Where? [4CD] Live at the Hammersmith Odeon, London. Disc 1/2 live Dec 4 1974. Disc 3/4 live Dec 5 1974. The "L.Z" refers to Led Zeppelin who were in the audience watching the show. Soundboard.
'75 Tour Rehearsals [Massive Attack 2CD] - Live in the studio, USA June 11 1975
Eric Clapton - Joker: The Summer of 1975 [4CD] Disc 1/2 Live in Springfield Massachusetts, June 24 1975. Stunning audience recording. Disc 3/4 Live at the Forum, Los Angeles, Aug 14 1975. The latter show is the famous soundboard one with Santana, Keith Moon and Joe Cocker.
Eric Clapton - Splendor [2CD] 6/25/75 Civic Center, Providence, Rhode Island 2CDR SBD 59,62min This is an outstanding audience recording from Providence, Rhode Island on 25 June 1975. This complete show features Carlos Santana on "Eyesight To The Blind" and "Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad". According to Roberty's Complete Recording Sessions 1963-1995, this show was recorded for possible release. "Layla", "Further On Up The Road", "Driftin' Blues", and "Eyesight To The Blind / Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad" eventually made their way onto Crossroads 2. But, there are still lots of great tracks left on this boot. A complete soundboard recording of this show has never surfaced among collectors. This copy is a soundboard
Eric Clapton - Carnival To Rio [2CD] 8/12/75 Denver Coliseum, Denver, CO 2CDR SBD 51,55min The majority of this two-CD set was recorded in Denver, Colorado on 12 August 1975, with the last three tracks being from San Diego, California on 16 August 1975. The disc starts off with an amazing version of "Stormy Monday" and includes a rare performance of "Carnival". This release also has a TOTALLY different version of "Crossroads" and a great "Little Wing" with Santana.
Further On Up The Road [Living Legend] - Live Los Angeles Forum, Aug 14 1975 with Santana and Keith Moon jamming.
Eric Clapton - Bottom Dollar [2CD] Live at Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, California, 11 Feb 1978. Soundboard. This is the complete radio show. Bottom Dollar is a complete soundboard recording which has a gorgeous version of "Peaches & Diesel" - plus rare tracks like "Rodeo Man", Fools Paradise" and a late-1970s take on "Bottle Of Red Wine". All the now-classic tracks from Slowhand are also present.
Eric Clapton - Cleveland [2CD] 6/2/79 Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland, Ohio 2CDR SBD 46,45min This show, recorded at Richfield Coliseum on 2 June 1979, is the only known soundboard recording to surface from this tour. It has rare tracks like "If I Don't Be There By Morning" and "Watch Out For Lucy".
Heaven [Turtle] - Unplugged show Mar 15 1992.
Rare Live & Unreleased: Jewel Box 2 [Home Records] - Live recordings with Cream, The Dominos and duets with blues artists from 1966 to 1986. Cream's Falstaff beer ad included.
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