February 20, 2010 – 4:51 am

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New York 2010 [no label, 2CD]

Live at Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, February 18, 2010. Very good audience recording.

First Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck took London. Here they are at Madison Square Garden in New York.

Thanks to wkl_taper for taping the show and sharing the lossless tracks on the Dime site.

Click on the highlighted tracks to download the MP3s (these are high quality MP3s - sample rate of 192 kbps). As far as we can ascertain, these tracks have never been officially released on CD.

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Disc 1
Jeff Beck (Jeff’s Set List is pending confirmation)
Track 101. Eternity’s Breath (2.1MB)
Track 102. Stratus (7.9MB)
Track 103. Led Boots (6.5MB)
Track 104. Corpus Christi Carol * (3.5MB)
Track 105. Bass solo by Rhonda Smith (2.7MB)
Track 106. Hammerhead * (6.5MB)
Track 107. Mna Na Heireann * (6.8MB)
Track 108. Brush with the Blues (5.1MB)
Track 109. Big Block (8.1MB)
Track 110. A Day in the Life (8.0MB)
Track 111. Nessun Dorma Aria * (4.9MB)

* with 12-piece orchestra

Eric Clapton
Track 112. Driftin’ - acoustic (8.3MB)
Track 113. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out - acoustic (5.1MB)
Track 114. Running On Faith - acoustic (7.5MB)
Track 115. I’ve Got A Rock ‘N Roll Heart - acoustic (5.4MB)
Track 116. Tell The Truth (9.0MB)

Disc 2
Eric Clapton (cont’d)
Track 201. Key To The Highway (6.3MB)
Track 202. I Shot The Sheriff (12.6MB)
Track 203. Little Queen Of Spades (12.4MB)
Track 204. Cocaine (9.1B)

Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton
Track 205. Shake Your Moneymaker (5.0MB)
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Track 206. Moon River (7.2MB)
Track 207. You Need Love (7.9MB)
Track 208. Outside Woman Blues (6.7MB)
Track 209. Little Brown Bird (8.4MB)
Track 210. Wee Wee Baby (7.2MB)
Track 211. (I Want To Take You) Higher (9.5MB)
Track 212. Crossroads - encore (7.7MB)

** Tracklist taken from “Where’s Eric!”

Jeff Beck - guitar
Jason Rebello - keyboards
Rhonda Smith - bass
Narada Michael Walden - drums

Eric Clapton - guitar / vocals
Chris Stainton - keyboards
Walt Richmond - keyboards
Willie Weeks - bass
Steve Gadd - drums
Michelle John - backing vocals
Sharon White - backing vocals

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Click on the link to order Jeff Beck albums.


  2. head….just….exploded…..again!

    Saw this show last night at MSG and Jeff has never played better!

    THANKS, BigO!

    By Walter on Feb 21, 2010

  3. I thought I could hear “MY HEAD JUST EXPLODED!” in the back ground!!
    My turn Monday at the Bell Center in Montreal!!

    By Geoff on Feb 21, 2010

  4. I’ve seen Jeff Beck in 1977 and Clapton in 1975,and now in 2010,and I wish I was back in the seventies. This show after both guys came out after the 2nd song was a complete bore fest.I knew the show would be okay ,but boring I never suspected.

    By Fred on Feb 21, 2010

  5. thanks guys…….

    By sluggo on Feb 21, 2010

  6. Spent over $275.00 for a single ticket…The show was only O.K….I’ve been a huge fan of both guitarists and honestly…i expected much more for my money

    By Pete on Feb 21, 2010

  7. Great stuff, thank you!!!!!

    I was at the Friday show (19th) do you happen to have the audio from that show?

    Thanks again!

    By Mike on Feb 21, 2010

  8. I have been dying to see Eric Clapton my whole life. Almost traveled to Royal Albert Hall. So disappointed with show on 18th at Garden MSG. I thought I would hear and feel so much more from a sober Clapton. If “Tears” and “Layla” is too emotional then can we hear from Cream-white room. Tickets were $400.00 a piece. Jeff Beck was ok too. We were so close we heard him ask Rhonda “what’s ur name”. She said Rhonda smith. Lol. Anyway.

    By Dana on Feb 22, 2010

  9. First time to your site and this one’s as fresh as a daisy. Can’t wait to hear it.

    Thanks for your time

    Craig; aka TorchLitCat

    By Craig on Feb 22, 2010

  10. From listening to these good sounding aud. recordings you get the sense of how dull these shows must be. No-risk-taking renditions for rich yuppies. Jeff Beck especially sounds uninspired: slow, boring versions of fusion classics from the 70s like Led Boots–pathetic. At least he still has the obligatory female bass player. Actually, i lost all respect for Beck when he started wearing that ridiculous wig. But then again, Mick and many of the other aging rocker lads now have “enhanced” hair(pieces).

    By dandor on Feb 22, 2010

  11. I went to this concert! It was NOT boring, I don’t know what you people are talking about! I had a great time. Great show.

    By Kevin on Feb 24, 2010

  12. I believe that track 111 should be spelled “Nessun Dorma” as that is the name of the Puccini aria. Not a big deal, but thought you’d like to know. Thanks for all the great shows and tunes you put up!

    By Keith on Feb 25, 2010

  13. Hello Keith

    Thanks for the feedback. Cheers.

    By bigozine2 on Feb 25, 2010

  14. dandor you need to give your own wig a shake..Beck just dyes his hair that`s all, who cares ..he plays on a whole different level than anyone alive and that`s what counts..nerver ever fails to thrill the guitar players in the crowd….don`t be too jealous it`ll bite yer ass in the end.

    By sluggo on Feb 26, 2010

  15. Beck boring? Hmmm

    By Joe DAmico on Feb 26, 2010

  16. Its hard to believe that Jeff Beck would ever be boring.

    By Joe DAmico on Feb 26, 2010

  17. It does not matter if Mr Beck wears a pink tutu or anything else he wants to wear. It makes me so mad when people judge musicians for what they do and dont wear. If you dont like what he wears just close your eyes and listen.Hands down Jeff Beck is one of the most compassionate players on earth.Who care what he wears?

    By Jeff Beck fan on Feb 26, 2010

  18. I was there ,and it was boring . Jeff Beck I’m afraid to say played very sloppy ,and Clapton was going through the motions. I was given the tickets for free so I cant complain about getting ripped off by these two fools .

    By Kevin on Feb 28, 2010

  19. Just had to compliment the BigO crew on this one again. The sound is amazing and this is a top notch Jeff performance. I was at the next night’s show and we came away knowing that we had seen something spectacular!

    Wish the London show was recorded as well as this one.

    By Walter on Mar 1, 2010

  20. Rule of thumb: if you catch yourself saying/writing ‘he/she/it was boring’ too often, the chances are you are an utter bore yourself, and without the intellectual/cultural equipment to understand anything beyond the most simplistic rubbish.

    By James on Apr 15, 2010

  21. Sounds like it had the makings of a good concert. Wish I could have been there.

    By Coolmon on May 23, 2010

  22. anyway I can get these files in lossless?

    By Pete on Jul 8, 2013

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