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In 1990 and 1991, Eric Clapton performed 42 nights at the Royal Albert Hall in London; 18 shows in 1990 and 24 in 1991. During the run of these shows Clapton performed with three different line-ups: a rock band, a blues band, and an orchestra. Clapton’s love of the Blues is well known, and the emotion and enjoyment of playing these songs with top-notch musicians is clear on these recordings and film. 24 Nights: Blues features 14 songs, has a running time of 90+ minutes, and is available on 2 LPs or a 2 CDs. The CD format also includes a DVD of the full show. The all-star line-up of musicians sharing the stage with Eric included Jimmie Vaughan (guitar), Johnnie Johnson (Keyboards), Chuck Leavell (Keyboards), and Jerry Portnoy (Harmonica). Guitarist’s Buddy Guy, Albert Collins and Robert Cray appeared as special guests. The set list features superb versions of blues standards such as “Key To The Highway”, “Sweet Home Chicago”, “Watch Yourself”, “Have You Ever Loved A Woman” and ‘Black Cat Bone”. 

In 1990 and 1991, Eric Clapton performed 42 nights at the Royal Albert Hall in London; 18 shows in 1990 and 24 in 1991. During the run of these shows Clapton performed with three different line-ups: a rock band, a blues band, and an orchestra. Clapton’s love of the Blues is well known, and the emotion and enjoyment of playing these songs with top-notch musicians is clear on these recordings and film. 24 Nights: Blues features 14 songs, has a running time of 90+ minutes, and is available on 2 LPs or a 2 CDs. The CD format also includes a DVD of the full show. The all-star line-up of musicians sharing the stage with Eric included Jimmie Vaughan (guitar), Johnnie Johnson (Keyboards), Chuck Leavell (Keyboards), and Jerry Portnoy (Harmonica). Guitarist’s Buddy Guy, Albert Collins and Robert Cray appeared as special guests. The set list features superb versions of blues standards such as “Key To The Highway”, “Sweet Home Chicago”, “Watch Yourself”, “Have You Ever Loved A Woman” and ‘Black Cat Bone”. 

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24 Nights: Blues [CD/DVD]
Artist: Eric Clapton
Format: CD
New: Available $29.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Key to the Highway (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
2. Worried Life Blues (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
3. You Better Watch Yourself (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
4. Have You Ever Loved a Woman (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
5. Everything's Gonna Be Alright (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
6. Something on Your Mind (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
7. All Your Love (I Miss Loving) [Live at the Royal Albert Hall]
8. It's My Life Baby (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
9. Johnnie's Boogie (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
10. Black Cat Bone (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
11. Reconsider Baby (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
12. My Time After a While (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
13. Sweet Home Chicago (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
14. You Better Watch Yourself (Reprise) [Live at the Royal Albert Hall]

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In 1990 and 1991, Eric Clapton performed 42 nights at the Royal Albert Hall in London; 18 shows in 1990 and 24 in 1991. During the run of these shows Clapton performed with three different line-ups: a rock band, a blues band, and an orchestra. Clapton’s love of the Blues is well known, and the emotion and enjoyment of playing these songs with top-notch musicians is clear on these recordings and film. 24 Nights: Blues features 14 songs, has a running time of 90+ minutes, and is available on 2 LPs or a 2 CDs. The CD format also includes a DVD of the full show. The all-star line-up of musicians sharing the stage with Eric included Jimmie Vaughan (guitar), Johnnie Johnson (Keyboards), Chuck Leavell (Keyboards), and Jerry Portnoy (Harmonica). Guitarist’s Buddy Guy, Albert Collins and Robert Cray appeared as special guests. The set list features superb versions of blues standards such as “Key To The Highway”, “Sweet Home Chicago”, “Watch Yourself”, “Have You Ever Loved A Woman” and ‘Black Cat Bone”. 

        
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