The fourth concert of Eric Clapton's Tokyo residency was "typical Clapton", with EC taking the audience on a musical journey. It's not a nostalgia driven show filled with "hear them everyday on the radio" hits. Despite being a septuagenerian, Eric is still experimenting with music while stamping each song with the guitar solos that made him famous.
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Like many of his fans who've reached or are approaching retirement age, Eric Clapton seems to be struggling with the concept of "retirement." In the Japan 2016 programme, EC writes, "I'm back again, although I'm not supposed to be, I'm actually officially retired, but I haven't really worked out what that means yet! So, while I'm figuring it out, I thought it would be great to come back and see all my friends in Tokyo."Where's Eric?
Night two of Eric Clapton's five show run at Tokyo's Nippon Budokan was another solid show. The set list was unchanged from night one - a mix of blues, Eric's worldwide hits, back catalog gems sprinkled with songs from his forthcoming album, I Still Do.Where's Eric?
Check out the first song issued from Eric Clapton's new album, I STILL DO. Watch the brand new lyric video for "Can't Let You Do It."
You can pre-order now at iTunes and Amazon. Deluxe Editions and Vinyl Sets can be pre-ordered only from Surfdog Records. Click here to shop now. The album is out 20 May.Where's Eric?