Live At The Fillmore is an expanded edition of the first Derek And The Dominos live album called In Concert. It was recorded in New York in October 1970.
Derek And The Dominos Live At The Fillmore
- Got To Get Better In A Little While – 13:52 (left off Layla)
- Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad? – 14:49 (Layla)
- Key To The Highway – 6:25 (Layla)
- Blues Power – 10:31 (on the Eric Clapton solo album)
- Have You Ever Loved a Woman? – 8:16 (Layla)
- Bottle Of Red Wine – 5:34 (on the Eric Clapton solo album)
- Tell The Truth – 11:28 (Layla)
- Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out – 5:33 (Layla)
- Roll It Over – 6:40 (a Clapton B side)
- Presence Of The Lord – 6:16 (On the Blind Faith album)
- Little Wing – 7:00 (Layla)
- Let It Rain – 19:46 (on the Eric Clapton solo album)
- Crossroads – 8:29 (On Cream’s Wheels Of Fire album)
Even with the extended version, the big missing track is Layla. This hasn’t appeared on many Eric Clapton live albums but you can find it on the Rainbow concert, a very changed acoustic version on Unplugged and an even more different version on Blues With Winston Marsalis.
There is no Duane Allman to provide slide guitar for Derek & the Dominos in concert but this still has plenty of outstanding guitar work to keep you entertained.
Derek and the Dominos on the Johnny Cash Show – It’s Too Late, a short interview and then playing with Cash and Carl Perkins.
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