Eric Clapton – London, England (02/03/89)

Eric Clapton
“The Twelfth Night”
Royal Albert Hall
London, England
February 3, 1989

Download FLAC: File Factory or Amazon Drive

Disc 1:

1. Crossroads
2. White Room
3. I Shot the Sheriff
4. Bell Bottom Blues
5. Lay Down Sally
6. Wonderful Tonight
7. Wanna Make Love to You
8. After Midnight
9. Can’t Find My Way Home
10. Forever Man

Disc 2:

1. Same Old Blues
2. Tearing Us Apart
3. Cocaine
4. Layla
5. Behind the Mask
6. Sunshine of Your Love

Band Lineup:
Eric Clapton Guitar, Vocals
Mark Knopfler Guitar, Vocals
Nathan East Bass
Steve Ferrone Drums
Alan Clark Keyboards
Ray Cooper Percussion
Katie Kissoon Backing Vocals
Tessa Niles Backing Vocals

Silver Rarities – SIRA 67/68 – SB 5.5 (Scale 1-6)

* Contrast Clause:
Something that purports to be “Beetle Clasher” is here:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=234691
However, that isn’t “Beetle Clasher”, since that release
is a 3 CD set!

AUD MASTER of this performance:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=305046
*End Contrast Clause*

Geetarz Comments:

A beautiful, in-your-face close miked stereo soundboard.

Excellent quality yet slightly inferior to that found on “Beetle
Clasher” (3CD Set, Tarantura 23/24/25).

Lineage:

SiRA Silvers > CD-R > EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 5 (Secure, Offset Correct) >
FLAC

Artwork, checksums, info file, and EAC extraction logs included.

Enjoy!

May, 2010

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19 thoughts on “Eric Clapton – London, England (02/03/89)

  1. This is a great show Mat.Thankfully I already have it because downloading from the File Factory takes half a day unless you pay them

  2. I have a pro File Factory account. With that comes something they call Trafficsharing. Which basically gives fast speeds to all downloaders up to a certain amount of bandwidth each month. Once that amount is hit then it goes back to slow speeds for all free accounts. I just hit that amount the other day. I suspect I’ll hit it each month with the amount of traffic this blog gets.

    I know the slow speeds suck, but the shows will download it just takes longer. Here in a few weeks or so I’ll put it out to the blog whether or not I should keep using FF for some of my lesser blogged artists or whether I should skip FF and just use Amazon. I started using FF because I already have a pro account (because I also download a lot of stuff from FF) and that gives me a huge amount of storage space. If most people are happy with FF for some shows then that will help keep me from having to pay more and more money to Amazon.

    • Yeah I’m sure it’s expensive for you Mat. I could live with the slow download speed but it also limits you to one download at a time. I know there are some other sites that do it the same way. I just avoid them altogether unless there is something I absolutely must have. Most of what I download are shows I already have though. I just download them to back them up on external hard drives. Been doing this for the last 2-3 years. It’s easier than importing the shows from cd’s. Yes, I have a lot of free time lol.

  3. Amazon Drive works fantastic, but it is relatively pricey. Members of the blog have been incredibly generous by donating money to pay for it. My annual renewal is today, actually and I have enough still in my Paypal account from donations to pay for it until next year at this time. I’m currently sitting at about 2.3 TBs worth of online storage through Amazon, and that is after deleting all of the MP3s. In another six months or so I’ll have to bump my plan to 4TB which will cost another $60 per year. I am very aware of the kindness and generosity of my readers so I’m always looking at ways to save on that cost.

    FileFactory pretty regularly has some nice sales in which you can buy a year’s worth of a pro account relatively cheaply. I actually bought two years worth awhile back as I was downloading a lot from Guitars101 and that makes it so much faster. They say they give unlimited storage with pro accounts and so I figured I could use it to store some shows from artists who aren’t as popular on my site (or at least that I do not post all that often).

    The trade-off is that now people who do no have pro FF accounts have really long wait times to download each show.

    I know I am repeating myself a little and please don’t take this as me being mad or offended or anything. I just want to explain my reasons for using File Factory for some shows.

    My plan is to put up a post in a few weeks with a question to everybody on the blog about FF. If the consensus is that they’d prefer me to go back to everything on Amazon even though that means I’d have to beg for more money more often then I’ll accept that. I really do plan to leave it up to the blog.

    • Don’t ever worry about offending me Mat. We’re friends. Just please do not ever be offended by anything I write. You’ve always been so generous. The last thing I would ever want to do would be to offend you. 🙂

      • No worries. I’m glad we are on the same page. I knew my use of File Factory would be controversial (for lack of a better word) and so I want to make sure I’m clearly expressing why I chose to use it.

    • So do you know how long should it take for a show to download? I started this one yesterday morning so I could back it up and then was going to grab the other RAH one. When I shut my computer off last night around 8 it said 5 hours left. It had already been downloading for 9-10 hours. This morning it’s been fluctuating between 4 and 6 hours. Is that normal? I also have high speed Internet.

      • No, that isn’t normal. I think it should normally take about an hour. I think File Factory sometimes hangs up. I’d run checksums on the stuff you downloaded just in case it did download it all but File Factory got confused. But mostly likely you’ll need to delete everything and try again. I’m very sorry.

        • No reason to Mat. Sometimes shit happens. It is what it is. This is a hobby, an addictive hobby lol but nothing more. I did check and it didn’t download so I’ll try it again. If it works, it works. If not, it doesn’t. It’s all good.

          • I just hate for it not to work for you. As I mentioned in the thread above I’m trying out File Factory. If the consensus is that it sucks then I’ll go back to nothing but Amazon.

              • So far it is just what you can read in this thread. My guess is that I’ll wind up switching back to nothing but Amazon as it is so much faster for everyone. And as long as everyone pitches in when needed then that works. For me it was really the fact that I already had a pro FF account and that they give me huge amounts of storage that I wasn’t using. So it seemed natural to go ahead and use that for artists that I don’t post as often to save some space on the Amazon drive. But I realize that FF is slow for free accounts and that slowness may drive everyone to ask me to use more of Amazon. And again as long as we can all pitch it to pay for Amazon that works for me.

                But I’m gonna give it a couple of weeks and see how it goes.

                • Gotcha. That’s not asking too much. So I tried downloading this again. Started it this morning. It still says 5 hours left which is where it started at. I’m interested in knowing what other peoples experiences are.

                • Yeah me too but at least it finished so that’s a positive lol. I am very interested in reading what other peoples experiences are and as I said yesterday I have high speed Internet. I’m sure it’s not the quickest in the world but it’s pretty good. I’m not a tech expert but it says it’s 150 mbps.

                  • File Factory definitely throttles the speed for free users (to make them pay for a pro account). Most of those type of sites do. I know several people at Guitars101 use file Factory to host their shows so I’m not alone in this.

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