19 Dec

Sheryl Crow & Eric Clapton – Merry Christmas Baby (1999)

In my mind, Ray Charles and Eric Clapton have much in common. Two absolute music legends who transcend labels. They both shared the stage with an extraordinary array of performers, often adding an unforgettable quality to much of what they did on stage. Next year I’ll do a Ray retrospective, but this year have a look at Clapton’s incredible career – arguably the best all-around white blues musician of all time.

with Johnny Cash & Carl Perkins

a decade later with Carl Perkins and Ringo Starr

from the 70’s Clapton and George Harrison doing Further On Down the Road

Eric and Willie Nelson doing Nightlife

Old Love with Robert Cray & Hiram Bullock

Wee Wee Hours, Chuck Berry, E. Clapton, J. Johnson & more…

B. B. King & Eric Clapton – The Thrill Is Gone

Eric with just about everybody! How Blue Can You Get

Billy Preston, Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, Dhani Harrison and a slew of other friends of ex-Beatles George Harrison perform his hit single “My Sweet Lord” in the Concert for George.

John Mayer and Eric Clapton – Crossroads

Crossroads – 1968 with Cream

Delaney and Bonnie with Eric Clapton 1969

“My Back Pages” Live at the Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Concert – with Tom Petty, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, George Harrison, and many more.

Eric Clapton, Pavarotti- Holy Mother

The Rolling Stone with Eric doing Little Red Rooster

same show with special guest John Lee Hooker

Jazz version of Layla with Here you can find an All-Star band that includes:
Eric Clapton:Guitar
David Sanborn:Saxophone
Steve Gadd:Drums
Joe Sample:Hammond,Keyboards and Piano
Marcus Miller:Bass Clarinet & Bass.

Legends live Spain 97.
Sax:David Sanborn
Gt:Eric Clapton
Key:Joe Sample
Bass:Marcus Miller
Dr:Steve Gadd

Same musicians at Montreux Jazz Festival 97 doing Snakes

A all star cast jam with BB King, Albert King, Dr. John, Paul Butterfield, Phil Collins, Etta James, Chaka Khan, Gladys Knight, Billy Ocean, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Eric Clapton.

Eric surrounded by the National Philharmonic Orchestra

Santana & Clapton – Jingo

Eric Clapton & Robbie Robertson — Who Do You Love?

Eric with Derek Trucks, Why Does Love Got to be So Sad

Somewhere over the rainbow – Eric clapton

Eric Clapton – Five Long Years

It could go on and on…. what a career!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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