Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Eric Clapton – Los Angeles, CA (05/01/90)

eric clapton - 1990 los angeles - george harrison - crossroads-in-la-front

ERIC CLAPTON
Featuring GEORGE HARRISON
1990-05-01
Forum, Los Angeles, Ca.
From silvers “Crossroads in L.A.” Blackie 06
AUD/REC
A-

Download: FLAC/MP3

Bad Love
Before You Accuse Me
Old Love
Tearing Us Apart
Cocaine
A Remark You Made
Layla
Instrumental Jam (with George Harrison)
Crossroads (with George Harrison)

TT 67.30

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Eric Clapton – Inglewood, CA (08/14/75)

Eric Clapton - Los Angeles - listen to dis jimmy - 1975

Eric Clapton
The Forum
Inglewood CA
1975.08.14

Download: FLAC/MP3

Layla
Further On Up the Road
Knocking On Heaven’s Door
Carnival
Can’t Find My Way Home
Tell the Truth
Stormy Monday
Keith Moon Interlude
Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad?*
Teach Me to Be Your Woman*
Badge*
Eyesight to the Blind*

Band Lineup:
Eric Clapton Guitar, Vocals
George Terry Guitar
Carl Radle Bass
Dick Sims Keyboards
Jamie Oldaker Drums
Yvonne Elliman Backing Vocals
Marcy Levy Backing Vocals

* with guest appearances by Carlos Santana, Keith Moon and Joe Cocker

Source 1:
“Listen To Dis, Jimmy”
Tarantura Records
TCDEC-4-1/2
Aud?>>CDR>>eac>>wave>TLH (flac8)

Source 2:
Antrabata – LAFORUM1/2 – Aud 6 / SB 5
Lineage: EAC v 0.99 (Prebeta 4, Secure) > FLAC (Level 5) > You!

Geetarz Comments:

This is probably one of, if not the, most oft-booted Clapton shows ever, and it’s dizzying trying to keep track of all the different versions, remasters, etc. Rather than tell you which version I think you should listen to, I prefer just to put ’em up and let YOU decide.

There are debates as to the lineage of this recording – some sources list it as a soundboard, others as an impeccable audience recording. I tend to believe it is the latter, but even if I am wrong, does it really matter? If I feed you something you think is chicken, as long as it tastes like chicken, you’re full and who cares? Just enjoy the meal.

For me personally this is the 2nd official ROIO I came across of this performance, and the Slowhand Masterfile, although a bit dated now, has always stood the test of time in my opinion as a very worthy collection.