ERIC CLAPTON - LANDOVER 1974

July 29, 2012 – 4:56 am

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ERIC CLAPTON
Welcome Back To Landover [Get Lost Trax 443301-2 - SB 5, 2CD]

Live at the Capital Center, Landover, Maryland; October 4, 1974. Good soundboard.

For those looking for more Claptons, here is a 1974 show that has also circulated as a one-disc The Devil Knows You’re Lost [Slowhand SH004], which is missing Badge. Unfortunately, Welcome Back To Landover is still incomplete as there is only a snippet of Layla.

Thanks to Geetarz who shared this in 2009.

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Disc 1
Track 101. Let it Grow (11.5MB)
Track 102. Can’t Find My Way Home (9.4MB)
Track 103. Let it Rain (12.3MB)
Track 104. Little Rachel (14.0MB)
Track 105. Blues Power (19.0MB)

Disc 2
Track 201. Willie and the Hand Jive (13.7MB)
Track 202. Get Ready (13.0MB)
Track 203. Badge (14.6MB)
Track 204. Singing the Blues (16.1MB)
Track 205. I Shot the Sheriff (14.1MB)
Track 206. Layla (fade out) (1.1MB)

Band Lineup:
Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
Jamie Oldaker - drums
Dick Sims - keyboards
Carl Radle - bass
George Terry - guitar
Yvonne Elliman - backing vocals

Clapton recorded practically every show from his 1974 world tour and all we got was E.C. Was Here and that was from 1974 and 1975. Click here to order E.C. Was Here.

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  1. 20 Responses to “ERIC CLAPTON - LANDOVER 1974”

  2. Thanks! This post got me wondering what had become of Dick Sims, and I was sad to see that he had passed last year. He also put out a solo album in 2009 that sounds worth checking out http://whereseric.com/eric-clapton-news/303-longtime-eric-clapton-keyboard-player-dick-sims-dies.

    http://www.explosive.com/dicksims.php

    By Bill from Pgh on Jul 29, 2012

  3. classic clapton,he may be drunk but he knocks spots off anyone sober playing guitar,perhaps they should dig out the orignal tapes (r.s.o) and make e.c was here into a remastered double cd set…………..YES!

    By gerald clothier on Jul 29, 2012

  4. The missing “badge” is worth the listen!
    As i hear clapton’s guitar playing in the early
    seventies,i can help thinking he was a pionneer
    (of course freddie king was a big influence),but in soloing,there was no one to
    copy,like virgin landscapes to explore.
    But if you listen to “who’s next” solos,it’s a
    fact that clapton & pete townsend were very
    closed and good friends too :)

    By easynow on Jul 29, 2012

  5. If I`m not mistaken E.C. was here has been given an expanded treatment.

    By sluggo on Jul 30, 2012

  6. Is that was Crossroads II was all about as well.

    By Max on Jul 30, 2012

  7. HOW Y`ALL BEEN?
    MORE DRUNK CLAPPERS HERE
    http://theultimatebootlegexperience5.blogspot.ca/2012/07/eric-clapton-rolling-hotel-tarantura.html

    By DROPKICK SARGE on Jul 30, 2012

  8. if ec was here has been expanded officially id like to know about it please. in 37 years they havent expanded it past the 6 tracks to the best of my knowledge. im thinking they will in 3 years.
    btw those tracks are from the following locations -
    July 19–20, 1974 at the Long Beach Arena - December 4, 1974 at the Hammersmith Odeon - June 25, 1975 at the Providence Civic Center
    and its just under 47mins.

    By darth on Jul 30, 2012

  9. thx sarge, u da man

    By barth on Jul 30, 2012

  10. Eric has stated that EC Was Here was never really intended to be an album , just some random live tracks. Below is the tracklist for Crossroads 2 Live in the Seventies set .
    CD 1

    Walkin’ Down The Road (studio outtake)
    Have You Ever Loved A Woman (19 July 1974)
    Willie & The Hand Jive / Get Ready (20 July 1974)
    Can’t Find My Way Home (20 July 1974)
    Driftin’ Blues / Rambling On My Mind (20 July 1974)
    Presence Of The Lord (20 July 1974)
    Rambling On My Mind / Have You Ever Loved A Woman (4 Dec 1974)
    Little Wing (4 Dec 1974)

    CD 2

    The Sky Is Crying / Have You Ever Loved A Woman / Rambling On My Mind (5 Dec 1974)
    Layla (25 June 1975)
    Further On Up The Road (25 June 1975)
    I Shot The Sheriff (28 June 1975)
    Badge (28 June 1975)
    Driftin’ Blues (25 June 1975)

    CD 3

    Eyesight To The Blind / Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad? (25 June 1975)
    Tell The Truth (27 April 1977)
    Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door (27 April 1977)
    Stormy Monday (27 April 1977)
    Lay Down Sally (12 February 1978)
    The Core (11 February 1978)
    We’re All The Way (12 February 1978)
    Cocaine (12 February 1978)
    Goin’ Down Slow / Rambling On My Mind (11 February 1978)

    CD 4

    Mean Old Frisco (21 March 1978)
    Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever (28 Nov 1978)
    Worried Life Blues (28 Nov 1978)
    Tulsa Time (24 Nov 1978)
    Early In The Morning (24 Nov 1978)
    Wonderful Tonight (24 Nov 1978)
    Kind Hearted Woman (24 Nov 1978)
    Double Trouble (28 Nov 1978)
    Crossroads (28 Nov 1978)
    To Make Somebody Happy (studio outtake)
    Cryin’ (studio outtake)
    Water On The Ground (studio outtake)

    By sluggo on Jul 30, 2012

  11. Thanks, Sluggo, for the track list. Think I have all these dates but others likely won’t. Rock on, BigO!

    By Johnny Kinkdom on Jul 31, 2012

  12. yeah the 1st 15 tracks does kinda expand on ec was here doesnt it without actually saying so per se. however i would say that it makes it 21 tracks but the 6 tracks on the original album also appear on the crossroads 2 box and i have never sat down and compared the versions etc. ill leave that to those with more patience. so we have 9 more songs on the box than we did in 75. not exactly an expanded edition but ill take it.

    yes crossroads 2 was a hell of a lot better than the first box. he is so much better live than he is in the studio. if one were to take audio tapes one could take all the previously unreleased material from crossroads 1 and put it all on one 90min tape. then all the previously released material but rare stuff and fill another 90min tape. the rest was common material. the 2nd box set couldnt be beat tho.
    he had intended on releasing the garden show at the end of the 87 tour as a double live album but it for some reason didnt happen. many of the 86/87 shows exist as sbd’s. in fact so many of the 85s were brdcst and there is nearly nothing he did from then on that isnt extremely easy to get anyones hands on. he seemingly appeared everywhere and on everything.
    it does seem as if he will be doing only one live performance this year at that apollo theatre hubert sumlin event in february unless something happens between now and new years. maybe that chuck berry thing coming up will bring him out.

    By darth on Jul 31, 2012

  13. I was at the Landover concert in 1974. 461 Ocean Boulevard was the “current” EC album at the time.

    The Capital Centre was a *horrible* venue for concerts. I remember it being hot and too loud.

    As a budding photographer, I remember roaming the hall push-processing my Kodachrome fill to get acceptable shots of the band.

    I don’t recall it being one of Clapton’s better concerts, but as has been said, a weak/tired/drunk Clapton is still better than most…

    By Just Fred on Aug 16, 2012

  14. As a budding photographer, I remember roaming the hall push-processing my Kodachrome fill to get acceptable shots of the band.

    oh boy another photographer. You are not going to tell us repeatedly that you have a zillion photos and they are all your friends but you can`t show any of them are you?

    By judge juhdee on Aug 17, 2012

  15. no judge, he’s going to tell u he doesn’t have to prove anything to u

    By barth on Aug 17, 2012

  16. audience recordings at landover are horrible but thankfully there are many sbds and fms from there and those sound wonderful. also many pro shot videos with line feed audios.

    fred - u had a 6 year jump on me with photos. i bet u have some incredible shots. 90% or more of mine are off stage candid type. and mostly nyc but sometimes phila sf and la. and i stopped in 95 with 3 or 4 exceptions in 96 and one in 02.

    By darth on Aug 17, 2012

  17. i photographed muddy waters in 1981. tri-x, asa 400, pushed 1 stop because tri-x had an actual asa of 200, f2.8 @ 1/125, printed on ilfobrom grade 2. it’s on my web site. i win.

    By barth on Aug 17, 2012

  18. you win barth!

    By judge juhdee on Aug 17, 2012

  19. barth your webbsite is awesome.some of those pictures, WOW..Bing Crosby singing with Johnny Depp and it doesn`t even look photoshopped!
    any chance of a recording ?

    By judge juhdee on Aug 17, 2012

  20. fred - u had a 6 year jump on me with photos. i bet u have some incredible shots. 90% or more of mine are off stage candid type. and mostly nyc but sometimes phila sf and la. and i stopped in 95 with 3 or 4 exceptions in 96 and one in 02.

    yeah , of course…yawnnnnnnnnnnn

    By judge juhdee on Aug 17, 2012

  21. EC’s two Capital Center engagements in 1974 were the first two times I saw him. The first, in April as I recall, was incredibly disappointing. Aside from a blistering Have You Ever Loved a Woman, he pretty much left the soloing to George Terry. My Cream-fuelled friends and I were devastated. When the October Landover show(s?) were added late in the tour, we assumed it was as an apology/attempt at redemption for the disastrous first visit. The October show (this one, I suppose) was much better, although of course Clapton’s playing was nothing like it had been during Cream. We didn’t know then that we wouldn’t hear the Cream sound until May of 2003, almost 30 years later.

    By Dan on Oct 8, 2012

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