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Eric Clapton has often stated that JJ Cale is one of the single most important figures in rock history, a sentiment echoed by many of his fellow musicians. Cale’s influence on Clapton was profound, and his influence on many more of today’s artists cannot be overstated. To honor JJ’s legacy, a year after his passing, Clapton gathered a group of like-minded friends and ... Read more in Amazon's Eric Clapton Store

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  • Audio CD (January 13, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Warner Bros UK
  • ASIN: B000075AFJ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #513,155 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Key to the Highway
2. Reptile
3. Got You on My Mind
4. Tears in Heaven
5. Bell Bottom Blues
6. Change the World
7. My Father's Eyes
8. River of Tears
9. Goin' Down Slow
10. She's Gone
Disc: 2
1. I Want a Little Girl
2. Badge
3. (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man
4. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
5. Cocaine
6. Wonderful Tonight
7. Layla
8. Sunshine of Your Love
9. Over the Rainbow

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I bought the CD/DVD set.
William Lloyd
The only Eric Clapton material that I would recommend more strongly is the DVD of this same concert.
Old Enough to Know Better
All in all, this is a very good disk.
Dan Schumaker

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Gordon Pfannenstiel on November 29, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Most of my favorite music artists are pushing retirement age, and furthermore, are looking it. It makes me feel a bit old, it's true, but it's great that these folks are still out there, giving us some wonderful music.
The advent of the DVD has made some really nice things possible. Those of us who unfortunately did not see Mr. Clapton on his last tour have the unprecedented opportunity to have both an audio and video record of the show, in one compact, tidy package. What a nice gift from Clapton to his fans, and what a great price. If you are considering purchasing this new live album, you should definitely buy this package, as for just a few more dollars, you get all the tracks from the audio package, PLUS Billy Preston's Will It Go Round in Circles on a very well-filmed and recorded DVD.
Just a few observations: The band is great; they're all consumate pros, and certainly do not disappoint. Guitarist Andy Fairweather/Low, keyboardist Greg Phillingames and and bassist Nathan East have been with Clapton a long time, while reletive newcomers (to Clapton's band) Billy Preston, David Sancious and Steve Gadd certainly need no introduction. These guys are the Cream (pardon me) of session men, and provide Clapton a wonderful bed over which to lay his distictive guitar and vocals. Clapton's dressed like your dad in his his Miami Beach best, and the band follows suit. These guys may dress like old men, but they play like angels.
There are really no surprises or revelations. Clapton rarely even speaks, preferring, I guess, to let his music do the speaking. And it certainly does. All the songs, but particularly the selections from Pilgrim, convey a warm, intimate feel. The songs all sound well lived-in, and wash over you like a clear mountain stream.
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36 of 40 people found the following review helpful By highway_star on November 5, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This latest release from rock legend Eric Clapton is a long overdo 2-cd "live" recording. Actually his last live recording was his "Unplugged" cd released in 1992. This 2-cd set was recorded during his 2001 tour and Clapton is in fine form here. Disc One starts with Clapton playing acoustic guitar on the first six songs. His acoustic guitar playing on songs such as "Key To The Highway" (a Derek & The Dominos song) , "Tears In Heaven", "Bell Bottom Blues" (another Derek & The Dominos song) ,"Change The World", etc. shows the diversity this talented guitarist has. He's as good on acoustic as he is playing electric guitar. It's not until "My Father's Eyes" that he switches to electric guitar. Every song sounds polished and Clapton's band is excellent with veteran keyboardist Billy Preston playing better than ever. Disc Two starts out with the bluesy "I Want A Little Girl". And very few guitarists can play the blues like Clapton. The following song "Badge" (from his late 60's days with the rock supergroup Cream) sounds terrific with the addition of keyboards. And Clapton's voice sounds better than ever. Clapton's 70's hit "Cocaine" is full of energy and the backup singers also add a special touch to this version. My favorite Clapton song (from his Derek & The Dominos days) "Layla" is outstanding with Clapton doing a nice guitar solo before the song kicks in. This version also includes the 4 min. extended piano ending which is played perfectly by Billy Preston. Another favorite (from his Cream days) "Sunshine Of Your Love" also starts with a nice guitar solo before going into the song. This is a nice updated version of the song again with the use of keyboards.Read more ›
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Louie Bourland on July 17, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Without a doubt, Eric Clapton is one of the world's greatest and respected guitarists as well as being an extraordinary vocalist. With his latest live release, "One More Car, One More Rider", Clapton and his band of well-known accomplished musicians take the listener on a wonderful journey through his amazing 40 year career.
Besides his solo classics such as "Cocaine" "Bell Bottom Blues" and "Wonderful Tonight", Eric goes back even further with outstanding renditions of the Cream classics "Sunshine Of Your Love" and "Badge" as well as a remarkable nine-minute take on the Clapton standard "Layla" from Derek and The Dominos.
Of course, no Clapton set would be complete without a little bit of blues. Here, Eric tackles a solo acoustic rendition of "Keys To The Highway" and later on when fully plugged-in, he tears into smoking takes of "Hoochie Coochie Man" and "Have You Ever Loved A Woman?" showcasing some brilliant and flawless lead guitar and gritty vocals.
To make this live set complete, Clapton also performs some of his most recent hits including the Grammy award winning "Tears In Heaven" as well as "Change The World" and "River Of Tears".
A slight departure from the norm is the beautiful instrumental title track to Clapton's "Reptile" album and his cheerful uplifting version of the standard "Over The Rainbow" from the 1939 classic film "The Wizard of Oz".
Overall, this is the most solid live album ever to be released by Eric Clapton during his long career. It seems as if many of today's aging musicians get better as they get older. Eric Clapton is no exception. In my opinion, he sounds better now at 57 than he did at 27 or 37.
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