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Derek & The Dominos With B.B. King - G and Reverse G album download
Classic Rock, Blues Rock, Electric Blues
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    G and Reverse G
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    Classic Rock, Blues Rock, Electric Blues
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Derek and the Dominos were an English–American blues-rock band formed in the spring of 1970 by guitarist and singer Eric Clapton, keyboardist and singer Bobby Whitlock, bassist Carl Radle and drummer Jim Gordon. All four members had previously played together in Delaney & Bonnie and Friends, during and after Clapton's brief tenure with Blind Faith

The playing is something else, blowing away the Fillmore nights a month earlier – this is the Dominos at the height of their powers. The show includes an R&B-influenced jam with . King on Everyday I Have The Blues. It circulates in the best quality on Everyday We Play The Blues (Hi Watt) but G (Mid Valley) and Reverse G (Mid Valley) are also quite good. The difference between the latter two is that Reverse G is remastered, but the difference is minimal. If you only want one concert by the band, this is it.

Derek & The Dominos feat. BB King: Everyday We Play the Blues. Music Hall, Cincinnati, OH - November 26, 1970. EX-/VG+ Audience Recording :: Silver Pressed CD @320 kbps. Tell The Truth 04. Let It Rain 05. Everyday I Have The Blues (with BB King). Personnel: Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals Bobby Whitlock - keyboards, vocals Carl Radle - bass Jim Gordon - drums Duane Allman - guitar. Track 205 with BB King. Visit our site for more HQ Bootlegs. Remove Advertisements.

Derek and the Dominos were a blues-rock band formed in the spring of 1970 by guitarist and singer Eric Clapton with. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created – 20 December 2010. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.

Derek and the Dominos was a music group formed in the spring of 1970 by guitarist and singer Eric Clapton along with Bobby Whitlock, Carl Radle and Jim Gordon, who had all played with him in Delaney & Bonnie & Friends. Duane Allman from the Allman Brothers Band joined the group early in the recording of their first album. They were a blues-rock band that demonstrated virtuosity at its finest, showing some of Eric "Slowhand" Clapton's finest work

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album: "Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs" (1970). I Looked Away Bell Bottom Blues Keep On Growing Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out I Am Yours Anyday Key To The Highway Tell The Truth Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad? Have You Ever Loved A Woman Little Wing It's Too Late Layla Thorn Tree In The Garden. live album: "Live At The Fillmore" (1994)

Tracklist

G
1 Got To Get Better In A Little While 13:54
2 Roll It Over 07:17
3 Blues Power 09:31
4 Stormy Monday 10:13
5 Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad 09:14
1 Little Queenie 03:56
2 Sweet Little Rock and Roller 04:21
3 Tell the Truth 10:45
4 Let it Rain 08:17
5 Everyday I Have the Blues 07:28
Reverse G
1 Introduction 01:24
2 Got To Get Better In A Little While 13:53
3 Roll It Over 07:01
4 Blues Power 09:29
5 Stormy Monday 10:22
6 Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad 14:10
1 Tuning 01:22
2 Little Queenie 03:33
3 Sweet Little Rock And Roller 04:37
4 Tell The Truth 10:41
5 Let It Rain 08:11
6 Everyday I Have the Blues (With B.B. King) 07:26

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  • Recorded At – Music Hall, Cincinnati

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Music Hall, Cincinnati OH – 26 November 1970
For an audience recording of the time, the sound is extremely well balanced and ear-friendly. The playing is something else, blowing away the Fillmore nights a month earlier – this is the Dominos at the height of their powers. The show includes an R&B-influenced jam with B.B. King on “Everyday I Have The Blues”. It circulates in the best quality on Everyday We Play The Blues (Hi Watt) but G (Mid Valley) and Reverse G (Mid Valley) are also quite good. The difference between the latter two is that Reverse G is remastered, but the difference is minimal. If you only want one concert by the band, this is it.