16 Songs, 1 Hour 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This 2007 concert celebrates an influential creative kinship between these two distinctive guitarists. Cale’s sticky, understated style contrasts Clapton’s blazing leads, but they become one within the percolating performances of “Cocaine” and “Anyway the Wind Blows.”

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EDITORS’ NOTES

This 2007 concert celebrates an influential creative kinship between these two distinctive guitarists. Cale’s sticky, understated style contrasts Clapton’s blazing leads, but they become one within the percolating performances of “Cocaine” and “Anyway the Wind Blows.”

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
33 Ratings

33 Ratings

Jbrcks ,

Raw

I was fortunate to see this tour. Saw the Anaheim show at the Pond and it was great. This is the nearest we will ever be to seeing Derek and the Dominos. Derek Trucks was on this tour by permission of The Allman Brothers Band and was playing the slide parts that would have been played back in the day, some by Clapton and some by Dwayne Allman. Eric is one of the best ever certainly and then coupled with Derek who is one of the greats in the next generation it was an absolute spot on show. The recording will bring back to life a concert highlight in my life for sure.

dlowell ,

It Ain't the same without Bobby

Wow. I saw this Tour as well. This is some of Eric's finest work in decades and I have sat some of his truly lame, lame concerts. That being said, this is a great band particularly Doyle and the drummer. Still for the life of me can not figure out why I am not listening to Bobby Whitlock playing and singing with Eric. Such a shame that Eric can't get over what went down 46 years ago and figure out a way to include Bobby in any of his live projects.

Rjk.427 ,

Doyle and Derek Tour

Loaded with cuts from Layla this is one album not to be passed up. Eric is alive and pushed by two masters.

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