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Eric Clapton & His Band Bought Bootleg Whiskey, Champagne And Wine is a new release on Tarantura with the March 24th, 1978 Charlotte, North Carolina show from the original soundboard recording.  

Disc 1:  The Core (fade in), Worried Life Blues, Peaches And Diesel, Wonderful Tonight, Lay Down Sally, She’s In Love, With Rodeo Man, Fool’s Paradise, Cocaine

Disc 2:  Double Trouble, Badge, Nobody Knows You When You Down And Out, Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door, Key To The Highway, Layla, Bottle Of Red Wine

Eric Clapton and his band Goes On A Pilgrimage covers the October 27th, 1979 show at Binyanei Ha’Ooma in Jerusaleum, Israel.

Disc 1: Monitor Check, If I Don’t Be There By Morning, Worried Life Blues, Tulsa Time, Early In The Morning, Lay Down Sally, Wonderful Tonight, Country Boy, Double Trouble

Disc 2: Blues Power (fade in), Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door, After Midnight, Tipitina, Setting Me Up, All Our Past Time, Cocaine, Layla

 Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow Do You Feel Alright? -First Live In America- contains the November 12th, 1975 show at the Beacon Theater in New York City.

Disc 1: Monitor Check, Start / Guitar Solo, Do You Close Your Eyes, Self Portrait, Greensleeves, 16th Century Greensleeves, Ronnie’s Announcement, Catch The Rainbow, Band Introduction, Man On The Silver Mountain

Disc 2: Tony Carey Keyboard Solo, Stargazer, A Light In The Black, Still I’m Sad, Cozy Powell Drum Solo, 1812 Overture, Still I’m Sad. Special track – 1975 BBC radio Interview with Ritchie Blackmore and Ronnie James Dio

The Rolling Stones Swiss Made covers the June 15th, 1976 show at Hallenstadion, Zurich,Switzerland from an excellent audience tape as good as a Millard recording.  Hard to believe, but this is the silver pressed debut of the entire concert.  It  was first released complete on the vinyl Get Off Of My Stone in 1985, but since then only “Street Fighting Man” was included on Seid Ihr Wach? (A Vinyl Gang Product VGP 098) and “Honky Tonk Women” on Through The Past Darkly: Sucking in the 70′s and 80′s Apocalypse Sound (AS 164) DVD.  

Disc 1: Opening, Honky Tonk Women, If You Can’t Rock Me, Get Off Of My Cloud, Hand Of Fate, Hey Negrita, Ain’t Too Proud To Beg, Fool To Cry, Hot Stuff, Star Star

Disc 2: You Gotta Move, You Can’t Always Get What You Want, Band introductions, Happy, Tumbling Dice, Nothing From Nothing, Outa Space, Midnight Rambler, Brown Sugar, Jumpin’ Jack Flash, Street Fighting Man

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new Tarantura, 4.2 out of 5 based on 3 ratings

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