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Clapton: Rave Up At The Albert Hall

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  • May 24, 2011

    Eric Clapton's fifth show at London's Royal Albert Hall had a very different pace and feel from the Saturday concert. Eric not only modified the set list, but modified the arrangements of several numbers as well. During the sit-down set, fan consensus seems to be that Still Got The Blues and Same Old Blues are nightly standouts and that Driftin' should be retired for a bit in favor of another song (Ramblin' was the most frequently mentioned). One fan commented that it would be great if EC plugged back in for Layla but perform it in the unplugged-style.

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on May 24, 2011 - 5:30am

Eric Clapton's fifth show at London's Royal Albert Hall had a very different pace and feel from the Saturday concert. Eric not only modified the set list, but modified the arrangements of several numbers as well. During the sit-down set, fan consensus seems to be that Still Got The Blues and Same Old Blues are nightly standouts and that Driftin' should be retired for a bit in favor of another song (Ramblin' was the most frequently mentioned). One fan commented that it would be great if EC plugged back in for Layla but perform it in the unplugged-style.

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