Derek & The Dominos - Discography (1970-1993) Genre: BluesRock | 15 Albums | MP3 160-320 kbps | 3.64 GB Tracklist:
Albums 1970 - Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs(320kbps)
Side One: 01 - I Looked Away (3:06) 02 - Bell Bottom Blues (5:03) 03 - Keep On Growing (6:22) 04 - Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out (4:59) Side Two: 01 - I Am Yours (3:36) 02 - Anyday (6:37) 03 - Key To The Highway (9:40) Side Three: 01 - Tell The Truth (6:40) 02 - Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad (4:43) 03 - Have You Ever Loved A Woman (6:55) Side Four: 01 - Little Wing (5:34) 02 - It's Too Late (3:51) 03 - Layla (7:05) 04 - Thorn Tree In The Garden (2:49) Files in "The Layla Sessions 20th Anniversary Edition" 1970-The Complete Jams-2CD (320kbps)
Excellent Recording Quality DEREK AND THE DOMINOS are: Eric Clapton - Guitar Bobby Whitlock - Piano, Organ Carl Radle - Bass Jim Gordon - Drums Disc 1: 1. Out Of The Blue 2. Plug Me In 3. Thanks For The Pepperoni 4. Jam I 5. Jam II 6. Jam III 7. Jam IV Disc 2: 1. Jam V 2. Jam VI 3. Jam VII 4. Jam VIII 5. Jam IX 6. Jam X Disc 1: tracks 1-3: with George Harrison & Dave Mason - Guitars tracks 4-6: basic lineup track 7: with Duane Allman - Guitar Disc 2: with Duane Allman - Guitar Disc 1, tracks 1-3: Apple Studios - summer 1970 London, England summer 1970 Disc 1, tracks 4-7 & Disc 2: Criteria Studios Miami, Florida, USA August - September 1970 Sources: Disc 1, tracks 1-3: George Harrison - All Things Must Pass (Dr Ebbetts Sound Systems) Disc 1, tracks 4-7 & Disc 2, track 1: Derek and the Dominoes - Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs-20th Anniversary Edition Disc 3, tracks 2-6: Derek and the Dominoes - Controled Substance Vol.1 1970 - Alternate Masters,Jams And Outtakes (320kbps)
01 - Have You Ever Loved A Woman (alternate master 1). 02 - Have You Ever Loved A Woman (alternate master 2). 03 - Tell The Truth (jam 1). 04 - Tell The Truth (jam 2). 05 - Mean Old World (band version). 06 - Mean Old World (duet version). 07 - It Hurts Me Too (jam). 08 - Tender Love ( incomplete master). 09 - It's Too Late (alternate master). 10 - Jam I. 11 - Jam II. 12 - Jam III. 13 - Jam IV. 14 - Jam V. 1971 - Nudity - The Lost Radle Tapes( Studio Sessions 1971)2CD(320kbps) CD1: 101-Have You Ever Loved A Woman #1. 102-Have You Ever Loved A Woman #2. 103-Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad #1. 104-Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad #2. 105-I Looked Away (alternate vocal take). 106-Tell The Truth (backing track jam). 107-Tell The Truth (alternate vocal take). 108-jam. CD2: 201-Anyday. 202-jam #1. 203-jam #2. 1990 - The Layla Sessions 20Th Anniversary Edition-3CD(320kbps) CD1(Layla & Assorted Love Songs)
01 - I Looked Away. 02 - Bell Bottom Blues. 03 - Keep On Growing. 04 - Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out. 05 - I Am Yours. 06 - Anyday. 07 - Key To The Highway. 08 - Tell The Truth. 09 - Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad. 10 - Have You Ever Loved A Woman. 11 - Little Wing. 12 -It's Too Late. 13 -Layla. 14 - Thorn Tree In The Garden. CD2 (The Jams)
15 - Jam I.mp3 16 - Jam II 17 -Jam III 18 - Jam IV. 19 -Jam V. CD3 (Alternate Masters, Jams And Outtakes)
20 - Have You Ever Loved A Woman (Alternate Master #1). 21 - Have You Ever Loved A Woman (Alternate Master #2). 22 -Tell The Truth (Jam #1). 23 - Tell The Truth (Jam #2). 24 - Mean Old World (Rehearsal). 25 - Mean Old World (Band Version, Master Take). 26 - Mean Old World (Duet Version, Master Take). 27 - (When Things Go Wrong) It Hurts Me Too (Jam). 28 - Tender Love (Incomplete Master). 29 - It's Too Late (Alternate Master). 1993-Layla and Assorted Unreleased Songs(320kbps)
01 Layla.mp3 02 Nobody Loves You When You're Down And Out.mp3 03 Key To The Highway.mp3 04 Little Wing.mp3 05 Nobody Loves You When You're Down And Out.mp3 06 It's Too Late.mp3 07 Got To Get Better In A Little While.mp3 08 Son Of Apache.mp3 09 Snake Lane Blues.mp3 10 High.mp3 11 Untitled Instrumental.mp3 12 One More Chance. Live 1970-2 Shows New York-2CD @ 320
Eric Clapton performing as Derek and The Dominos without Duane Allman 1970-10-23 - New York: Got To Get Better In A Little While Key To The Highway Tell The Truth Why Does Love Got To Be So Bad Blues Power Have You Ever Loved A Woman Bottle Of Red Wine Presence Of The Lord Little Wing Let It Rain Crossroads 1970-10-24 - New York: Got To Get Better In A Little W Blues Power Have You Ever Loved A Woman Key To The HighwayT Tell The Truth Nobody Knows You When You're Do Let It Rain Why Does Love Got To Be So Bad Presence Of The Lord Bottle Of Red Wine Roll It Over Little Wing 1970 - Speed Freaks - Nov.27, 1970(320kbps)
1. Layla 2. Roll it Over 3. Blues Power 4. Stormy Monday 5. Got to Get Better in a Little While 6. Nobody Knows You 7. Tell the Truth 8. Let it Rain 1970 - Live At The Fillmore (2Cds)(320kbps)
CD1: 1 Got to Get Better in a Little While 2 Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad 3 Key to the Highway 4 Blues Power 5 Have You Ever Loved a Woman 6 Bottle of Red Wine CD2: 7 Tell the Truth 8 Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out 9 Roll It Over 10 Presence of the Lord 11 Little Wing 12 Let It Rain 13 Crossroads (AMG Review) "In his liner notes, Anthony DeCurtis calls Live at the Fillmore "a digitally remixed and remastered version of the 1973 Derek and the Dominos double album In Concert, with five previously unreleased performances and two tracks that have only appeared on the four-CD Clapton retrospective, Crossroads." But this does not adequately describe the album. Live at the Fillmore is not exactly an expanded version of In Concert; it is a different album culled from the same concerts that were used to compile the earlier album. Live at the Fillmore contains six of the nine recordings originally released on In Concert, and three of its five previously unreleased performances are different recordings of songs also featured on In Concert -- "Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad," "Tell the Truth," and "Let It Rain." The other two, "Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out" and "Little Wing," have not been heard before in any concert version. Even when the same recordings are used on Live at the Fillmore as on In Concert, they have, as noted, been remixed and, as not noted, re-edited. In either form, Derek and the Dominos' October 1970 stand at the Fillmore East, a part of the group's only U.S. tour, finds them a looser aggregation than they seemed to be in the studio making their only album, Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs. A trio backing Eric Clapton, the Dominos leave the guitarist considerable room to solo on extended numbers, five of which run over ten minutes each. Clapton doesn't show consistent invention, but his playing is always directed, and he plays more blues than you can hear on any other Clapton live recording." 1970-Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa,Soul Mates Twin Flames(with Sky Dog) 2CDs(320kbps)
Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL, 01st December 1970 CD1: (69:05) 1) Layla 2) Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad 3) Blues Power 4) Have You Ever Loved A Woman 5) Bottle Of Red Wine 6) Got To Get Better In A Little While CD2: (68:42) 1) Key To The Highway 2) Let It Rain ~ Drums Length for 1970-12-01 show: 96:06min additional tracks, any more information is known: 3) Keep On Growing 4) Bell Bottom Blues 5) Announcement(voice sounds like Johnny Cash) ~ Its Too Late 6) Got To Get Better In A Little While 7) Matchbox Holds My clothes (version 1) 8) Matchbox Holds My clothes (version 2) (Carl Perkins & EC) 9) Matchbox Holds My clothes (version 3) 10) Blues Power Length CD2 3-10: 41:41min Length over all: 137:47min Eric Clapton: Vocals, Electric Guitar Brother Duane Allman: Slide and Electric Guitar (1970-12-01) Bobby Whitlock: Keyboards, Vocals Carl Radle: Bass Jim Gordon: Drums 1970-Everyday We Play The Blues(320kbps)
Live at the Music Hall, Cincinnati, November 26, 1970 Image Hosted by ImageShack.us CD1 0 1. Band Introduction 02. Got To Get Better In A Little While 03. Roll It Over 04. Blues Power 05. Stormy Monday CD2 0 1. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad 02. Little Queenie > Sweet Little Rock N Roller 03. Tell The Truth 04. Let It Rain 05. Everyday I Have The Blues (with BB King) 1970-Johnny Cash Show , Ryman Auditorium , Nashville(320KBPS)
1 - It's Too Late 2 - Got to Get Better in a Little While 3 - Another Matchbox version; 4 - Matchbox again 5 - Matchbox again, talk. 6 - Blues Power 1970-Knights In Blue Denim(with Neil Shon)(160kbps)
Recorded at Community Theatre, Berkley on 19/11/70. 10 tracks on 2 CDs. EC/Bobby Whitlock (Organ, Piano, Vocals)/Carl Radle (Bass)/Jim Gordon (Drums) Neal Schon Disc 1 01 Got To Get Better In A Little While 02 Key To The Highway 03 Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad 04 Tell The Truth 05 Mean Old World Disc 2 01 Little Wing 02 Blues Power 03 Have You Ever Loved A Woman 04 Let It Rain Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals Carl Radle - bass Jim Gordon - drums Bobby Whitlock - keyboards, vocals Special Guest...Neil Schon guitar 1970- Stormy Monday -Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica-3CD(320kbps
Afternoon Show Disc 1: 1) Got To Get Better In A Little While 2) Key To The Highway 3) Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad 4) Blues Power 5) Have You Ever Loved A Woman 6) Tell The Truth 7) All Night Long - Derek's Boogie 8) Let It Rain Evening Show Disc 2: 1) Tuning 2) Got To Get Better In A Little While 3) Key To The Highway 4) Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad Disc 3: 1) Tuning 2) Blues Power 3) Stormy Monday 4) Tell The Truth 5) Let It Rain 6) Every Day I Have The Blues The Band Eric Clapton guitar, vocals Carl Radle bass Jim Gordon drums Bobby Whitlock keyboards, vocals Special Guests Delaney Bramlett on all songs, except "Everyday I have the blues" Toe Fat on "Everyday I have the blues" 1973 - In Concert 2CD(320kbps) All songs were written by Eric Clapton, except where noted. Disc one 1. "Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad" (Clapton, Bobby Whitlock) 9:33 2. "Got to Get Better in a Little While" 13:50 3. "Let It Rain" (Bonnie Bramlett, Clapton) 17:46 4. "Presence of the Lord" 6:10 Disc two 1. "Tell the Truth" (Clapton, Whitlock) 11:21 2. "Bottle of Red Wine" (Bramlett, Clapton) 5:37 3. "Roll It Over" (Clapton, Whitlock) 6:44 4. "Blues Power" (Clapton, Leon Russell) 10:29 5. "Have You Ever Loved a Woman" (Billy Myles) 8:15
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