On December 1, 1970, the title recorded from the best quality and audience master of the only tampered performance that Duane Allman participated in the full story was pressed at 2CD limited low price here .
This Tampa show, which will be the final stage of the US tour in 1970, was first known for participating in the Duane of the day and not only participating in only a few songs but also playing until the end of all songs as a result, Moreover, the live · take of “Layla” played by these five people is sometimes only this, and it is the most popular among the various dominos live sound sources that are circulating.
The valuable sound source is known as a low generation master, EZ TORRENT has become an up-date board with digital remastering on master who was delivered in 2005. Following the member introduction, Suddenly that intro started from “Layla”.
Here, it is a quality that you can listen to the two guitars firmly, and after a tour that spans several months afterwards, the compositions of the songs and the band ensemble also fairly breathed, and the second song “Got To Get Better In A Little While “and thereafter will be the golden pattern of this period.
Clapton ‘s play, sparking at a stroke from the intro rif of the presserish spirit and spinning out phrases one by one as if slowly flowing, is full of fulfillment, with a bluesy atmosphere full of enthusiasm with Duan, especially “Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad “But listen to the guitar solo that the soul cries sorely following a painful vocal.
Please note that Clapton is the final stage as Derek & The Dominos on December 6th after 5 days, it is preciously a precious live for the end and only full play with Duan Fans are indispensable.
DISC 1 :
3. GOT TO GET BETTER IN A LITTLE WHILE
4. KEY TO THE HIGHWAY
5. WHY DOES LOVE GOT TO BE SO SAD
DISC 2 :
1. BLUES POWER
2. HAVE YOU EVER LOVED A WOMAN
3. BOTTLE OF RED WINE
4. LET IT RAIN
[Recorded At Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, Florida, USA December 1st 1970] ◇Eric Clapton – Guitar, Vocals / Carl Radle – Bass / Jim Gordon – Drums / Bobby Whitlock – Keyboards / Duane Allman – Guitar