AMIT TV (0083) Nice concert from a pro-shot DVD of Eric Clapton (with Mark Knopfler on 2nd guitar). It was the 34th concert of Eric's 1988 tour schedule. He had played, 20 concerts in UK in 1988 including the Mandella Birthday Benefit and 2 pre-Mandella shows with Dire Straits. This was the 14th show of the Canada - North American leg of the tour. Concert: Eric Clapton & His Band Date: Wednesday, 21 September 1988 Venue: Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, Ca, USA Band Lineup Eric Clapton -- guitar / vocals Mark Knopfler -- guitar / vocals Alan Clark -- keyboards Nathan East -- bass Steve Ferrone -- drums Jody Linscott -- percussion Katie Kissoon -- backing vocals Tessa Niles -- backing vocals Set List 01. Crossroads [0:00:24] 02. White Room [0:07:24] 03. I Shot The Sheriff [0:14:02] 04. Lay Down Sally [0:22:03] 05. Wonderful Tonight [0:27:45] 06. Tearing Us Apart [0:34:49] 07. After Midnight [0:42:09] 08. Can't Find My Way Home [0:48:10] 09. Badge [0:54:12] 10. Same Old Blues [1:02:12] 11. Band Introductions [1:17:18] 12. Cocaine [1:19:20] 13. Layla [1:25:35] 14. Money For Nothing [1:36:09] 15. Sunshine Of Your Love [1:42:30] http://whereseric.com/eric-clapton-tour/archive/1988 http://www.theshorelineamphitheatre.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shoreline_Amphitheatre Dire Straits BAND Members during this period 1985--1988 Mark Knopfler - lead guitar, lead vocals Jack Sonni - rhythm guitar John Illsley - bass guitar, backing vocals Alan Clark - keyboards Guy Fletcher - synthesizer, backing vocals Terry Williams - drums Auxiliary touring members Chris White - saxophone Joop de Korte - percussion (1985--1986) AMIT - A Mark In Time Forum :- http://www.amarkintime.org/forum/index.php All copyrights reserved Syndication - At time of release Yes, this video should be available on mobile phones and TV.
ERIC CLAPTON AND HIS BAND 25th Anniversary Tour Live at Tokyo Dome, Japan, on November 2nd 1988 Crossroads 0:02 White Room 6:14 I Shot The Sheriff 12:46 Lay Down Sally 21:18 Wonderful Tonight 27:40 Eric Clapton : Guitar, Vocals Mark Knopfler : Guitar Elton John : Piano, Vocals Nathan East : Bass Steve Ferrone : Drums Ray Cooper : Percussion Alan Clark : Keyboards Tessa Niles : Backing Vocals Tracy Ackerman : Backing Vocals Special guest : Elton John. Mark Knopfler
Recorded on May 26, 2018 at the Greenwich Town Party in Greenwich, CT. Complete EC show no longer available on YouTube due to copyright infringement. Complete Tedeschi Trucks Band show here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lY1IJBuSqVE Band line-up: Eric Clapton - vocals, guitar Nathan East - bass Sonny Emory - drums Doyle Bramhall - guitar Chris Stainton - keyboards Walt Richmond - keyboards Sharon White - vocals Sharlotte Gibson - vocals
Eric Clapton and his band toured Europe by train in 1978, and a documentary called "Eric Clapton and his Rolling Hotel" was filmed, but never released. Clapton put his band in a three-carriage train, originally at the disposal of Hermann Goering during the Nazi years in Germany, and traveled from town to town on the continent, from one concert to the next. It was an easy way to transport and house the band and equipment, and it offered ample opportunity for interviews, groups interactions, and filming. Clapton talks about his music and his works and peaks the viewers interest with stories about musicians like Hendrix and George Harrison. The interviews are supplemented with performances by Muddy waters, Elton John and George Harrison, as well as Clapton and his band. Tracks featured are Cocaine, Further On Up The Road, Lay Down Sally, Tulsa Time, Worried Life Blues, Early in the Morning, Badge, Wonderful Tonight, Key to the Highway, Double Trouble, Crossroads and Layla. 0:06:55 - To hear "Layla" 0:13:22 - To hear "Tulsa time" 0:19:40 - To hear "When did you leave heaven" 0:37:29 - To hear "Badge" 0:40:04 - To hear "Wonderful Tonight" 0:48:12 - To hear "Further on up the road" 0:49:36 - To hear "To make somebody happy" (Eric think it's called) 0:55:41 - To hear "Double Trouble" 1:03:12 - To hear "Cocaine" 1:10:26 - To hear "Further on up the road" Again... Band line-up : Eric Clapton : Guitar, vocals Carl Radle : Bass (From Derek & The Dominoes) Jamie Oldaker : Drums Dick Sims : Keyboards Produced and Directed by Rex Pyke Angle Films, LTD 1979
The sensational Henry Spinetti on drums.
Santa Monica Civic Auditorium - February 11, 1978 King Biscuit Radio Hour Knockin' On Heaven's Door (Dallas, Texas - November 15, 1976) Lay Down Sally Next Time You See Her Cocaine Badge Sign Language Layla Eric Clapton - Guitar / Vocals George Terry - Guitar Dicks Sims - Keyboards Carl Radle - Bass Jamie Oldaker - Drums Marcy Levy - Backing Vocals
This was the last concert of the 2013 US tour before Eric Clapton starts up his 2013 Crossroads Festival at MSG. During the last song guess who stepped up to the stage in street clothes grabbed a guitar and joined in. Jakob Dylan was almost in tears he was so thankful. I found out later it was unrehearsed and unplanned. At the very last show of the tour Eric shows up to join in and brought the house down as only Eric Clapton can. It set the stage for the rest of the night.... See more Clapton from that night on my channel.
Final song of the tour for The Wallflowers. The Weight (The Band/Levon Helm) performed by THE WALLFLOWERS AND ERIC CLAPTON. Pittsburgh Pa Consol Energy Center 4-6-2013 A tribute to the late Levon Helm. This is the only time this song was played on the tour and the only time Eric Clapton joined Jakob Dylan and The Wallflowers onstage this tour (to my knowledge). I will be putting up the ENTIRE concert of both The Wallflowers and Eric Clapton.
In 1991, a year after releasing the second Traveling Wilburys album, Traveling Wilburys Vol. 3, Harrison was persuaded by close friend Eric Clapton to tour Japan with him. Although mindful of his troubled 1974 North American tour for Dark Horse, Harrison performed a series of well-received shows in December 1991, which also featured a short set of Clapton's songs. The experience proved to be an enjoyable one for Harrison, whose setlist included a variety of his Beatles-era songs alongside selections from his solo career. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Live_in_Japan_(George_Harrison_album) George Harrison and Eric Clapton played twelve concerts in Japan in December of 1991.   Recordings of performances from this tour were released on Harrison's 1992 album Live in Japan. Tour dates Date City Country Venue December 1, 1991 Yokohama Japan Yokohama Arena December 2, 1991 Osaka Osaka-jō Hall December 3, 1991 December 5, 1991 Nagoya Nagoya International Showcase Hall December 6, 1991 Hiroshima Hiroshima Sun Plaza December 9, 1991 Fukuoka Fukuoka Kokusai Center December 10, 1991 Osaka Osaka-jo Hall December 11, 1991 December 12, 1991 December 14, 1991 Tokyo Tokyo Dome December 15, 1991 December 17, 1991 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Harrison%E2%80%93Eric_Clapton_1991_Japanese_Tour
ERIC CLAPTON AND HIS BAND 25th Anniversary Tour Live at Tokyo Dome, Japan, on November 2nd 1988 1.Crossroads 2.White Room 3.I Shot The Sheriff 4.Lay Down Sally 5.Wonderful Tonight 6.Tearing Us Apart 7.Candle In The Wind 8.I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues 9.I Don't Wanna Go With You Like That 10.Daniel 11.Cocaine 12.Layla Eric Clapton : Guitar, Vocals Mark Knopfler : Guitar Elton John : Piano, Vocals Nathan East : Bass Steve Ferrone : Drums Ray Cooper : Percussion Alan Clark : Keyboards Tessa Niles : Backing Vocals Tracy Ackerman : Backing Vocals