January 1, 2020 – 8:05 am


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Live In Shanghai 2007 [Tarantura TCDEC-16-1,2; 2CD]

Live at the Shanghai Gymnasium, Grand Stage, Shanghai, China; January 20, 2007. Very good audience recording.

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Disc 1
Track 101. Tell The Truth 6:21
Track 102. Key To The Highway 5:06
Track 103. Got To Get Better In A Little While 9:45
Track 104. Little Wing 9:27
Track 105. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad 7:53
Track 106. Driftin’ 4:45
Track 107. Outside Woman Blues 3:11
Track 108. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out 3:53
Track 109. Running On Faith 5:45
57 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Motherless Children 5:27
Track 202. Little Queen Of Spades 18:06
Track 203. Further On Up The Road 6:47
Track 204. Wonderful Tonight 4:18
Track 205. Layla 10:22
Track 206. Crossroads 7:47
53 mins

Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
Doyle Bramhall II
- guitar
Derek Trucks
- guitar
Chris Stainton
- keyboards
Tim Carmon
- keyboards
Willie Weeks
- bass
Steve Jordan
- drums
Michelle John
- backing vocals
Sharon White
- backing vocals

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  1. 19 Responses to “ERIC CLAPTON - SHANGHAI 2007”

  2. Before the bullcrap gets started in this post, Happy New year to everyone, even Derrick/HHH/Anti/whoever.

    One of my New Year’s resolutions is to leave the racist(s) alone to spew their nonsense. It’s been fun showing my mental and moral superiority to you, now it’s time to move on.

    To the non-racists, I’ll still be around to discuss (strange as it might seem), MUSIC.

    By Mark on Jan 1, 2020

  3. You always have to make your egomaniacal presence known , don’t you Mark ?

    By T J on Jan 1, 2020

  4. Just by commenting at all stirs up your adversaries to respond and lash out . But that’s the idea . Right ?

    By T J on Jan 1, 2020

  5. Rumor has it Eric gots a Big Un

    By U L E on Jan 1, 2020

  6. THANKS FOR ERIC!!!!!!!!!!!!

    By John on Jan 1, 2020

  7. I think the 3/4 brain that I have left is not able to figure something out here… It shows 205 Layla as being over 10 min, but there is an instrumental after about 4 minutes that seems familiar, but I’m not sure it’s Laya. What is it?

    By ScarRad on Jan 1, 2020

  8. While I wait for a response, I will tell a joke on myself. The only job that I can hold is as a politician. That’s because as everyone knows, you only need half a brain to be a politician! And that applies no matter what party you’re in.

    By ScarRad on Jan 1, 2020

  9. ScarRad That’s the usual ending, sometimes he gets more applause before they start in with the piano. Happy New Year to All!

    By BTLFAN on Jan 1, 2020

  10. Eric Clapton has a giant Coc , but when I tried to fuck him backstage after one of his shows it wouldn’t stay hard , despite me sucking it for over an hour . The year was 1974 . I got so frustrated that I eventually left . Eric did seem a bit stoned so maybe that was the reason. Unfortunately that was my only backstage encounter with the guitar God , needless to say my ego was bruised by the experience, I sure wanted that huge Coc inside of me .

    By Bebe on Jan 1, 2020

  11. Fortunately my ego got a huge boost later that year when I appeared in playboy as Miss November 1974 .

    By Bebe on Jan 1, 2020

  12. Bebe ‘ I never had those problems with Eric .His monster prick stood at attention for several hours . Maybe it was you girl .

    By Pam Des Barris on Jan 1, 2020

  13. And yes he was high on coke and drinking too , we both were

    By Pam Des Barris on Jan 1, 2020

  14. Eric is way past his prime here . Why all these geezer shows ? The seventies was Eric’s peak .

    By Pat Grooms on Jan 2, 2020

  15. Well last time I’m making a New Years Wish all you fools are still here,Pat Grooms you are a Moron this is one of the best bands EC has ever had and it was a monster tour,you now shit…Eric is way past his prime here you never had a prime loser!

    By skinned knees on Jan 2, 2020

  16. @Pat Grooms - if you think EC was at his prime in rhe 70s, you can’t have heard much of his work; either that or you’re deaf. Or stupid. Or both.


    By Brian Griffin on Jan 2, 2020

  17. Clapton sounds fine here to me, vocally and guitar-wise. Some people just can’t get past the fact that it can’t be the 1970’s forever. And they think all performers should retire when they hit 30-35 years old. They are missing a lot of great-era music, but that’s their loss.

    By Mark on Jan 2, 2020

  18. I’m not some 70’s fanatic like many here , I’m only 28 . But even someone my age knows music was better then . Not even close . What I don’t like are old geezers who were young back then trying to act like they haven’t aged . I would rather hear them at their peaks . The stones and especially Dylan continue to embarrass themselves by not retiring.

    By Pat Grooms on Jan 3, 2020

  19. Eric Clapton is how old now 80 ? Just like McCartney ‘ Jagger ‘ Springsteen ‘ Elton and many more . These fossils should have hung it up decades ago . They are all damaging their legacies.

    By Pat Grooms on Jan 3, 2020

  20. Mick Jagger is 76 or 77 not sure which. But you’re right Pat “ most are pretty close to 80 which is scary. The fact that all of the old timers are still held in higher regard than the new generation is a testament as to how bad modern music has become.

    By CJ on Jan 3, 2020

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