Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Eric Clapton (With A Bonus Muddy Waters Set) – Glasgow, Scotland (11/24/78) – "Mr. Robert Johnson"

Eric Clapton (with a Muddy Waters Set)
Mr. Robert Johnson
Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, Scotland
November 24th 1978

Download: FLAC/MP3

Soundboard SB6+
Audience

Disc 1 (MVR 531) Soundboard (Multi-Tracks Master)
01-Introduction
02-Layla
03-Worried Life Blues
04-Tulsa Time
05-Early In The Morning
06-Badge
07-Wonderful Tonight

Disc 2 (MVR 532) Soundboard (Multi-Tracks Master)
01-Kind Hearted Woman
02-Key To The Highway
03-Further On Up The Road
04-Cocaine
05-Double Trouble
06-Crossroads

Disc 3 Bonus (Audience-Recording Master)
01-Layla
02-Worried Life Blues
03-Tulsa Time
04-Early In The Morning
05-Badge
06-Wonderful Tonight

Disc 4 Bonus (Audience-Recording Master)
01-Kind Hearted Woman
02-Key To The Highway
03-Further On Up The Road
04-Cocaine
05-Double Trouble
06-Crossroads

Disc 5 Bonus (Muddy Waters Set)
01-Muddy Shuffle
02-Howling Wolf
03-County Jail
04-Baby Please Don’t Go
05-Kansas City
06-Everything’s Gonna Be Alright
07-Mannish Boy
08-Jam

Bonus Disc (Different-Mixes Master)
01-Double Trouble
02-Crossroads
03-Tulsa Time
04-Cocaine

Band:
Eric Clapton-Guitar, Vocals
Carl Radle-Bass
Dick Sims-Keyboards
Jamie Oldaker-Drums

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4 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Eric Clapton (With A Bonus Muddy Waters Set) – Glasgow, Scotland (11/24/78) – "Mr. Robert Johnson"

  1. Had this for a while, a fine example of Mid Valley’s fab Clapton output. Basically as with Crystal Cat for Dylan boots, for Eric in 99.5% of cases the MVR version is the one to have.
    Ever seen the film of this tour? whole touring party travelling from gig tio gig on a private train, interesting stuff.
    Eric was really good in ’78 and a Muddy set too, can;t go wrong with this one

  2. I’ve not seen that video. I’m honestly not much for Clapton. Obviously he’s a talented guy but most of his stuff just doesn’t click with me. This show has some nice stuff though.

  3. I initially got into Eric’s stuff due to the 60s blues stuff and I was really picky asabout the rest. Basically over the years he has won me over and now i’ve got a big collection. It’s partly due to him never hiding and consistently putting superb musicians on 2nd guitar in his tour bands. It’s also hearing and taping the Blues Nights at RAH London in 90 and 91 on the radio (both really excellent, especially 90) with Buddy Guy et al – check out the fab boots guys. Also in ’96 I saw him in Hyde Park London, topping the bill after The Who and Dylan, and basically blowing everybody else away. There’s an official video of that Princes Trust performance.

  4. Don’t get me wrong, dude is crazy awesome with a guitar and I do like some of his stuff, and all of the boots I’ve listened too (which admittedly isn’t very many) have been good, but for whatever reason haven’t hit me in just the right way to make me obsess over him.

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