Derek And The Dominos - Let's Play Domino 1970 (Bootleg)

Sabtu, 22 Desember 2012

Size: 193 MB
Bitrate: 320
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November 20th 1970 - afternoon show

(It says: "Let’s Play Domino is GFR’s latest Clapton-related release to see the light of day. Using Paddington’s “Stormy Monday” as the source tape, it means you are treated to an excellent audience recording for the era with no crowd interferences at all. The guitars are more prominent in the mix than they are on Paddington’s release and this greatly adds to your enjoyment.

The show starts with a fiery version of Got To Get Better In A Little While, a Clapton penned track from the Dominos’ unreleased second album followed by a much more relaxed Key to the Highway. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad is a highlight with an outstanding work from Bobby Whitlock on backing vocals and a nice jamming on its outro.

Blues Power sees a guitar battle between Delaney and Eric before things get slowed back down again with a terrific rendition of Have You Ever Loved a Woman. It’s blues in its purest state and undoubtedly a showcase for Clapton.

Next in the setlist comes a very extended version of the rocker Tell The Truth which sees EC on some great wah-wah and on which Whitlock’s vocals shine again. The rare All Night Long features Delaney Bramlett on vocals and lots of Clapton’s trademark riffs. Let It Rain closes the afternoon gig.  It fades in but with the help of a 3-minute drum solo in the middle of the song, it still manages to clock at 10+ minutes.

The last track on the disc is a bonus song from the performance in Cincinnati just six days after the Santa Monica gig. This time it’s BB King the one who joins the Dominos for a lovely jam on a rare version of Everyday I Have The Blues, which is nicely rearranged and performed in a great Rhythm and Blues feel. Very good audience quality but slightly inferior to the first 8 tracks.

“Let’s Play Domino” is a single disc release that comes in GFR’s usual trifold cardboard sleeve with  b/w pictures of Derek. Not a new gig for the Clapton connosieur but GFR’s remastering makes this release a nice addition to anyone’s collection. " )

(((Excellent SoundQuality)))

01. Got To Get Better In A Little While
02. Key To The Highway
03. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
04. Blues Power
05. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
06. Tell the Truth
07. All Night Long / Derek's Boogie
08. Let it Rain
09. Everyday I Have The Blues [live at Music Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio, November 26th 1970 - featuring B.B. King as special guest]

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