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Eric Clapton

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Eric Clapton, who had not released a live album since 1980, had several good reasons to release one in the early '90s. For one thing, his spare backup band of keyboardist Greg Phillinganes, bassist Nathan East, and drummer Steve Ferrone was his best live unit ever, and its powerful live versions of Cream classics like "White Room" and "Sunshine of Your Love" deserved to be documented. For another, since 1987 Clapton had been playing an annual series of concerts at the Royal Albert Hall in London, putting together various special shows (blues nights, orchestral nights, etc.). 24 Nights, a double album, was culled from two years of such shows, 1990 and 1991, and it demonstrated the breadth of Clapton's work, from his hot regular band to assemblages of bluesmen like Buddy Guy and Robert Cray to examples of his soundtrack work with an orchestra led by Michael Kamen. The result was an album that came across as a lavishly constructed retrospective and a testament to Clapton's musical stature. But it made little impact upon release (though it quickly went gold), perhaps because events overcame it -- three months later, Clapton's elegy for his baby son, "Tears in Heaven," was all over the radio, and a few months after that he was redefining himself on MTV Unplugged -- a live show as austere as 24 Nights was grand. Still, it would be hard to find a more thorough demonstration of Clapton's abilities than the one presented here.
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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1
Badge (Live at Royal Albert Hall, London, England, UK, 1990 - 1991) Live Album Version
00:06:51

Greg Phillinganes, Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Nathan East, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Russ Titelman, Producer - Eric Clapton, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Steve Ferrone, Drums

1991 Warner Records Inc. 1998 Reprise Record

2
Running On Faith Live Album Version
00:06:49

Greg Phillinganes, Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Nathan East, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Jerry Lynn Williams, Writer - Russ Titelman, Producer - Eric Clapton, Guitar, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - Steve Ferrone, Drums

1991 Warner Records Inc. 1989 Warner Records Inc.

3
White Room (Live at Royal Albert Hall, London, England, UK, 1990 - 1991) Live Album Version
00:06:10

Greg Phillinganes, Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Nathan East, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Russ Titelman, Producer - Eric Clapton, Guitar, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - Pete Brown, Writer - Jack Bruce, Writer - Steve Ferrone, Drums

1991 Warner Records Inc. 1991 Reprise Records

4
Sunshine of Your Love (Live at Royal Albert Hall, London, England, UK, 1990 - 1991) Live Album Version
00:09:10

Greg Phillinganes, Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Nathan East, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Russ Titelman, Producer - Phil Collins, Tambourine - Eric Clapton, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Pete Brown, Writer - Jack Bruce, Writer - Steve Ferrone, Drums

1991 Warner Records Inc. 1992 Reprise Records

5
Watch Yourself (Live at Royal Albert Hall, London, England, UK, 1990 - 1991) Live Album Version
00:05:39

Russ Titelman, Producer - Eric Clapton, Guitar, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - Robert Cray, Guitar - Jamie Oldaker, Drums - Richard Cousins, Bass Guitar - Buddy Guy, Guitar, Writer - Johnnie Johnson, Piano

1991 Warner Records Inc. 1991 Reprise Records

6
Have You Ever Loved a Woman (Live at Royal Albert Hall, London, England, UK, 1990 - 1991) Live Album Version
00:06:52

Billy Myles, Writer - Russ Titelman, Producer - Eric Clapton, Guitar, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - Robert Cray, Guitar - Jamie Oldaker, Drums - Richard Cousins, Bass Guitar - Buddy Guy, Guitar - Johnnie Johnson, Piano

1991 Warner Records Inc. 1991 Reprise Records

7
Worried Life Blues (Live at Royal Albert Hall, London, England, UK, 1990 - 1991) Live Album Version
00:05:27

Big Maceo Merriweather, Writer - Russ Titelman, Producer - B.B. King, MainArtist - Eric Clapton, Guitar, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - Robert Cray, Guitar - Jamie Oldaker, Drums - Richard Cousins, Bass Guitar - Buddy Guy, Guitar - Johnnie Johnson, Piano

1991 Warner Records Inc. 2000 Reprise Records for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside the United States.

8
Hoodoo Man (Live at Royal Albert Hall, London, England, UK, 1990 - 1991) Live Album Version
00:05:40

Jimmie Vaughan, Guitar - Russ Titelman, Producer - Eric Clapton, Guitar, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - Jamie Oldaker, Drums - Jerry Portnoy, Harmonica - Chuck Leavell, Keyboards - Johnnie Johnson, Piano - Joey Spampinato, Bass Guitar - Amos "Junior" Wells, Writer

1991 Warner Records Inc. 1998 Reprise Records

9
Pretending (Live at Royal Albert Hall, London, England, UK, 1990 - 1991) Live Album Version
00:07:10

Greg Phillinganes, Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Nathan East, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Phil Palmer, Guitar - Jerry Lynn Williams, Writer - Russ Titelman, Producer - Eric Clapton, Guitar, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - Tessa Niles, Backing Vocals - Steve Ferrone, Drums - Ray Cooper, Percussion - Katie Kissoon, Backing Vocals - Chuck Leavell, Keyboards

1991 Warner Records Inc. 1989 Warner Records Inc.

10
Bad Love (Live at Royal Albert Hall, London, England, UK, 1990 - 1991) Live Album Version
00:06:24

Greg Phillinganes, Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Nathan East, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Phil Palmer, Guitar - Mick Jones, Writer - Russ Titelman, Producer - Eric Clapton, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Tessa Niles, Backing Vocals - Steve Ferrone, Drums - Ray Cooper, Percussion - Katie Kissoon, Backing Vocals - Chuck Leavell, Keyboards

1991 Warner Records Inc. 1989 Warner Records Inc.

11
Old Love (Live at Royal Albert Hall, London, England, UK, 1990 - 1991) Live Album Version
00:13:01

Greg Phillinganes, Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Nathan East, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Phil Palmer, Guitar - Russ Titelman, Producer - Eric Clapton, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Tessa Niles, Backing Vocals - Robert Cray, Writer - Steve Ferrone, Drums - Ray Cooper, Percussion - Katie Kissoon, Backing Vocals - Chuck Leavell, Keyboards

1991 Warner Records Inc. 1989 Warner Records Inc.

12
Wonderful Tonight (Live at Royal Albert Hall, London, England, UK, 1990 - 1991) Live Album Version
00:09:09

Greg Phillinganes, Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Nathan East, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Phil Palmer, Guitar - Russ Titelman, Producer - Eric Clapton, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Tessa Niles, Backing Vocals - Steve Ferrone, Drums - Ray Cooper, Percussion - Katie Kissoon, Backing Vocals - Chuck Leavell, Keyboards

1991 Warner Records Inc. 1991 Reprise Records

13
Bell Bottom Blues (Live at Royal Albert Hall, London, England, UK, 1990 - 1991) Live Album Version
00:06:38

Greg Phillinganes, Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Nathan East, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Phil Palmer, Guitar - Russ Titelman, Producer - Eric Clapton, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Tessa Niles, Backing Vocals - Steve Ferrone, Drums - Ray Cooper, Percussion - Katie Kissoon, Backing Vocals - Chuck Leavell, Keyboards

1991 Warner Records Inc. 1991 Reprise Records

14
Hard Times (Live at Royal Albert Hall, London, England, UK, 1990 - 1991) Live Album Version
00:03:45

Greg Phillinganes, Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Nathan East, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Phil Palmer, Guitar - Russ Titelman, Producer - Ray Charles, Writer - Ed Shearmur, Keyboards - Eric Clapton, Guitar, Backing Vocals, MainArtist - Alan Clark, Keyboards - Tessa Niles, Backing Vocals - Michael Kamen, Conductor - Steve Ferrone, Drums - Ray Cooper, Percussion - Katie Kissoon, Backing Vocals - The National Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

1991 Warner Records Inc. 1989 Warner Records Inc.

15
Edge Of Darkness Live Album Version
00:06:29

Greg Phillinganes, Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Nathan East, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Phil Palmer, Guitar - Russ Titelman, Producer - Ed Shearmur, Keyboards - Eric Clapton, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Alan Clark, Keyboards - Tessa Niles, Backing Vocals - Michael Kamen, Conductor, Writer - Steve Ferrone, Drums - Ray Cooper, Percussion - Katie Kissoon, Backing Vocals - Chuck Leavell, Keyboards - The National Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

1991 Warner Records Inc. 1991 Reprise Records

Descriptif de l'album

Eric Clapton, who had not released a live album since 1980, had several good reasons to release one in the early '90s. For one thing, his spare backup band of keyboardist Greg Phillinganes, bassist Nathan East, and drummer Steve Ferrone was his best live unit ever, and its powerful live versions of Cream classics like "White Room" and "Sunshine of Your Love" deserved to be documented. For another, since 1987 Clapton had been playing an annual series of concerts at the Royal Albert Hall in London, putting together various special shows (blues nights, orchestral nights, etc.). 24 Nights, a double album, was culled from two years of such shows, 1990 and 1991, and it demonstrated the breadth of Clapton's work, from his hot regular band to assemblages of bluesmen like Buddy Guy and Robert Cray to examples of his soundtrack work with an orchestra led by Michael Kamen. The result was an album that came across as a lavishly constructed retrospective and a testament to Clapton's musical stature. But it made little impact upon release (though it quickly went gold), perhaps because events overcame it -- three months later, Clapton's elegy for his baby son, "Tears in Heaven," was all over the radio, and a few months after that he was redefining himself on MTV Unplugged -- a live show as austere as 24 Nights was grand. Still, it would be hard to find a more thorough demonstration of Clapton's abilities than the one presented here.
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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