21 Songs, 2 Hours 9 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Clapton and Winwood arrived at the Garden in 2009 like the last of a vanishing breed, their funky blues scratching an itch for anyone who pines for the era when soul and rock were blood brothers. Winwood’s scorching tenor voice skips around Clapton’s rueful rasp, adding supportive harmonies (“Forever Man”) and pleading leads (“Georgia On My Mind”). Meanwhile, Clapton’s probing guitar slices and dances across “Can’t Find My Way Home,” acting as an emotional weathervane for the storm clouds overhead (“Little Wing”).

EDITORS’ NOTES

Clapton and Winwood arrived at the Garden in 2009 like the last of a vanishing breed, their funky blues scratching an itch for anyone who pines for the era when soul and rock were blood brothers. Winwood’s scorching tenor voice skips around Clapton’s rueful rasp, adding supportive harmonies (“Forever Man”) and pleading leads (“Georgia On My Mind”). Meanwhile, Clapton’s probing guitar slices and dances across “Can’t Find My Way Home,” acting as an emotional weathervane for the storm clouds overhead (“Little Wing”).

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