Eric Clapton, Day by Day: The Later Years 1983-2013

You could win a copy of Eric Clapton, Day by Day: The Later Years 1983-2013 by Marc Roberty at Where’s Eric!. The contest closes on November 14th, so don’t miss out! Go here for more details. Find out what Eric Clapton was singing on November 11th, 1994  in the excerpt below.

From The Cradle Club Dates 1994

11 November 1994, House of Blues, Los Angeles, California

SETLIST: Motherless Child / Malted Milk / How Long Blues / Kidman Blues / County Jail / Forty Four Blues / Blues All Day Long / Standing Around Crying / Hoochie Coochie Man /  It Hurts Me Too / Blues Before Sunrise / Third Degree / Reconsider Baby / Sinner’s Prayer / Can’t Judge Nobody / Early In The Morning / Let Me Love You Baby / Someday After A While / Tore Down / Have You Ever Loved A Woman / Crosscut Saw / Five Long Years / Crossroads / Groaning The Blues / Ain’t Nobody’s Business

And in 1999…

JAPAN TOUR 1999

11 November 1999, Gymnasium, Nagoya, Japan

SETLIST: My Father’s Eyes / Pilgrim / River of Tears / Going Down Slow / Hoochie Coochie Man / Reconsider Baby / She’s Gone / Ramblin’ On My Mind / Tears In Heaven / Bell Bottom Blues / Change The World / Gin House / Cocaine / Have You Ever Loved A Woman / Badge / Wonderful Tonight / Layla / Sunshine Of Your Love

Eric Clapton, Day by Day: The Later Years 1983-2013

Volume 2 of Eric Clapton, Day by Day covers 1983 through to 2013, listing all of Clapton’s tour dates, set lists, recording sessions, and guest appearances for that period, along with quotes and narrative from engineers, producers, and musicians who were involved. Where possible, entries for recording sessions, as well as live recordings, list all accompanying musicians and the studio locations, plus the songs that were released and those that remained in the vault.

Volume 2 details major events of the last few decades, such as the ARMS shows, which saw the three Yardbirds guitarists – Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Jimmy Page – onstage together for the first time since the sixties. It looks at the Cream reformation shows of 2005, with all the ups and downs associated with that reunion. In the last decade, Clapton has revisited his past on several occasions, and in 2008, he reunited with his Blind Faith band mate, Stevie Winwood. The remarkable musical chemistry between the two was obvious to fans, and the Clapton/Winwood relationship has been revived several times since. The book also covers Clapton’s well-publicized Crossroads guitar festivals, which have been well received by fans and critics. The year 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of his performing career.

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