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Delaney & Bonnie On Tour With Eric Clapton Live


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  • Audio CD (May 18, 1989)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Atco
  • ASIN: B000002IAS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,564 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3. Only You Know And I Know
4. I Don't Want To Discuss It
5. That's What My Man Is For
6. Where There's A Will, There's A Way
7. Coming Home
8. Little Richard Medley:Tutti-Frutti/The Girl Can't Help It/Long Tall Sall/Jenny Jenny

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Out-of-print in the US! On Tour with Eric Clapton is the third album by Delaney & Bonnie Bramlett, and their first on the Atco/Atlantic label (catalog no. SD 33-326). Released in June 1970, this album features Delaney and Bonnie's best-known touring band, including Eric Clapton, Jim Gordon, Carl Radle, Bobby Whitlock, Leon Russell, Dave Mason, and George Harrison (under his pseudonym "L'Angelo Misterioso"). Many of the players on this album would later go on to work with Clapton on his solo debut and on Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs, and with Harrison on his vocal debut album All Things Must Pass. The album's cover photo, taken by Delaney and Bonnie's manager Barry Feinstein, was reportedly shot in 1966 while Feinstein worked as a photographer covering Bob Dylan's British tour. Dylan's feet are alleged to be those hanging from the car window.

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Eric Clapton RULES!
hootey
The music is a high-energy, feelgood blend of soul, blues, and rock.
R. E. Nunley
Great music, great album.
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91 of 93 people found the following review helpful By alan j. sandler on October 13, 2000
Format: Audio CD
What a tour this must have been! Imagine a pick-up band with Eric Clapton, Dave Mason and Jessie Ed Davis on guitars, the rest of Derek and the Dominoes behind them, Jim Price and Bobby Keys on horns and Rita Coolidge to sing back up vocals. That's the team that Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett fielded for this 1970 gem. Thank God it was recorded! You won't be able to sit still during the opening Things Get Better, which manages to showcase every musician in one killer tune. Delaney and Bonnie's voices are wonderfully soulful in their Tribute Medley to Robert Johnson, and Dave Mason's Only You Know and I know rises to a new level. Bonnie really belts it out during That's What My Man is For, and a fun Little Richard Medley is icing on the cake. E.C. always loved being part of a band, and it really shows here. Everyone playing on this CD was young, healthy, energetic and still learning how good their music could be. I bought the vinyl 30 years ago, and now with the CD, I'm still loving it.Buy it and BOOGIE!
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40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Don Schmittdiel on October 7, 2005
Format: Audio CD
The stardom of Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett rode on the waves of the husband-and-wife musical teams popular in the late 1960's and early 1970's, such as Ike and Tina Turner. Ironically, before marrying Delaney, Bonnie Lynn had performed as an Ikette for Ike and Tina. Possessing loads more combined talent than duos such as The Captain and Tenille, or even Paul McCartney and wife Linda, Delaney and Bonnie were able to attract a stage full of big name performers to tour and record with them. Among the luminaries featured on the 'On Tour' disc are co-headliner Eric Clapton, former Traffic founder Dave Mason, Clapton's future Domino's (Carl Radle on bass, Bobby Whitlock on keyboards, and Jim Gordon on drums), Rita Coolidge on backing vocals, and session horn men extraordinaire Bobby Keys and Jim Price. Percussionist Tex Johnson is also along for the ride, but his conga and bongo drums are completely humbled in the ensuing din. Like Ike and Tina, Delaney and Bonnie possessed a penchant for uping the tempo of their frequent cover songs by several notches, and blowing the competition away in a hail of decibels. The analogy with black artists is also not lost in their song selection, ranging from a medley of Little Richard hits, to a cover of black Gospel singer Bessie Griffin's composition, 'That's What My Man Is For' (as a slow-tempo traditional blues number, it serves as a mid-set respite from the high-energy tracks D & B are best known for), to Delaney Bramlett's tribute to Robert Johnson.

The best tracks on 'On Tour' are neatly distributed amongst the eight total tracks, all of which range between four and six minutes.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By R. C. Schmults on March 2, 2004
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The energy of this recording is amazing. Clapton is on fire and the whole band kicks out a strong set of gospel influenced rock and roll. Great stuff. If you like Clapton at his peak (first solo album, Derek and the Dominos) you'll want this. Other sets that this is related too include Joe Cocker's Mad Dogs and Englishmen tour (many of the same people on both) and early 70's Leon Russell.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By P. S. Costich on April 20, 2005
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35 years ago I had fewer than 50 albums. This was one of them. I now have over 500 and it's still one of them. The only way it could get any better is if Rhino got a hold of the masters and put out an expanded version.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mitchell Lopate on January 10, 2002
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Good Lord--this is the closest thing to spontaneous human combustion that may ever be captured on disc! Delaney's high-wire vocal acrobatics and hell-for-leather "follow me!" charges are absolutely inspiring, and Bonnie sings with enough vitality to rip down a brick wall with her bare hands. This also includes the raging fires that Eric tosses out, as well as the tornado whirlwinds fueled by Jim Gordon and Jim Keltner on drums, Carl Radle on bass, and Bobby Whitlock's keyboards. The horn section could blast down the walls of Jericho. This is an absolute must-have: throw away the vitamins and get this if you need an energy rush!!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 29, 2003
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stephen arnade palm bay florida; This is it, the best rock-and-roll from the 70's. Delaney and Bonnie with Dave Mason and Eric Claption. Its live and everyone was at their peak in their career. Dave Mason, Eric, Delaney Bramlett, and Bonnie Bramlett. Delaney and Bonnie combined; Gospel, Soul and Rock-And-Roll. A really unique band !! I read somewhere that the Eric Clapton guitar-solo on the song "I DON'T WANT TO DISCUSS IT", was rated the number one guitar solo ever. Its live, its spontaneous. They announcer even use some slang from back then. Calling this a "swing place".
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By James J. Jenkins on October 15, 2002
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This is one of those albums that puts other all-time favorites in perspective. It was a pivotal time for Clapton, who, coming from his brief Blind Faith experiment, was overwhelmed by superstar expectations. This tour allowed him to regroup as "one of the band" and, as another reviewer noted, continue with Carl Radle, Jim Gordon, and Bobby Whitlock as Derek & the Dominoes, where he was once again the lone soloist. Dave Mason, even though on the album he is introduced as a member of Traffic, was more or less split from them and in the process of playing with everybody who asked. Also, Carl Radle appears on some of Dave's solo stuff. Overall, this is a rippin' band that is obviously having fun. "Comin' Home" is my personal favorite, but I find myself listening to this one over and over and over. . .
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