- Audio CD (25 Jan. 1993)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: CD
- Label: ATLANTIC
- ASIN: B000002IAS
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Audio Cassette | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 32,968 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
On Tour With Eric Clapton CD
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I have owned this for 34 years - and it sounds just as good every time I play it. Its also guaranteed to drive any teenager out of the room with embarrassment at watching the elderly enjoying themselves......
The title of the album was an obvious attempt by Delaney and Bonnie to cash in on the fame of their new found friend, as even by as early as 1970 Eric Clapton was becoming an internationally known guitarist. By comparison, Delaney and Bonnie had already been dropped by two record labels. Whilst they were getting known in the music business, having come to the attention of both Eric Clapton and George Harrison, sales success had not followed. Add Clapton's name, however, and that success was to follow, giving Delaney and Bonnie their first Top 30 album. The legacy was not to be long lasting, however, as Delaney and Bonnie had gone their separate ways three years after the album was released and Clapton is still going strong nearly thirty years later.
Musically, there isn't really anything wrong with the album, but that seems to be its downfall. There are some really good songs here, but they lose their edge by being so technically perfect. Rock 'n' roll was about having fun and soul and blues was about feeling what you were playing and I never really get that from this band; they seem to be playing the songs, rather than performing them.Read more ›
I have to give an honest review, right,, so I have to admit up to now I have not had a chance to seriously listen to this album. Yes, it's not a Clapton album but just for Coming Home I have to give 5 stars. Oh by the way I do also highly rate " Only you know what I know" admittedly the only other track I have ever heard on this album.
Its a really cool collection of songs at a nice price.
This is still a fantastic live rock n roll album after all those years.
I've been listening to this off and on for 40 odd years and occasionally it still sneaks up and wows me.
Unlike his later, contrived and trite bollocks, the guitar solo on 'I Don't Want To Discuss It' (to name but one) is a work of extraordinary power and precision - probably brought on by the fact that he was up against some stiff competition on stage (George Harrison, Dave Mason et al).
You ain't a Clapton fan until you've done your air guitar to this one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Clapton is brilliant as usual. A great album! Coming Home is my favourite track but this is the album and tour that created Derek and the Dominos!Published 13 days ago by woulfie
A gem of a find, gets better with every listen. If you enjoy Layla by Derek and the dominos then you will enjoy the this live recording. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dave
The CD plays ok I am just a little disappointed with the album content.Published 7 months ago by roger
Really love this album, especially the songs Poor Elijah, Where There's A Will and Coming Home.Published 8 months ago by Claptomaniac
Had this on vinyl. Grat album recorded at the wonderful Fairfield Halls in Croydon.Published 10 months ago by Eric Paddock