Live at the Fillmore (Derek and the Dominos album)

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Live at the Fillmore
Live album by Derek and the Dominos
Released February 22, 1994
Recorded October 23 & October 24, 1970, at the Fillmore East
Genre Blues rock, jam rock
Length 122:21
Label Polydor
Producer Bill Levenson
Derek and the Dominos chronology
The Layla Sessions: 20th Anniversary Edition
(1990)
Live at the Fillmore
(1994)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Live at the Fillmore is a live double album, recorded by Derek and the Dominos in two performances at the Fillmore East in October 1970. Released February 22, 1994, it includes material from the In Concert album, live material from Eric Clapton's Crossroads box set, and several previously unreleased numbers.

The set-list features numbers from the album Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs, several covers of early Blues songs and "Presence of The Lord", first recorded by Clapton's previous band, Blind Faith. It also contains a new arrangement of Robert Johnson's signature song, "Crossroads" that Clapton had previously covered with Cream.

Track listing[edit]

Disc 1[edit]

  1. "Got To Get Better In A Little While" (Eric Clapton) – 13:52
  2. "Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad?" (Bobby Whitlock, Eric Clapton) – 14:49
  3. "Key To The Highway" (Big Bill Broonzy, Charles Segar) – 6:25
  4. "Blues Power" (Eric Clapton, Leon Russell) – 10:31
  5. "Have You Ever Loved a Woman?" (Billy Myles) – 8:16
  6. "Bottle Of Red Wine" (Bonnie Bramlett, Eric Clapton) – 5:34

Disc 2[edit]

  1. "Tell The Truth" (Bobby Whitlock, Eric Clapton) – 11:28
  2. "Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out" (Jimmy Cox) – 5:33
  3. "Roll It Over" (Bobby Whitlock, Eric Clapton) – 6:40
  4. "Presence Of The Lord" (Eric Clapton) – 6:16
  5. "Little Wing" (Jimi Hendrix) – 7:00
  6. "Let It Rain" (Bonnie Bramlett, Eric Clapton) – 19:46
  7. "Crossroads" (Robert Johnson, arranged by Eric Clapton) – 8:29

Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Bill Levenson: Producer
  • Eddie Kramer: Engineer
  • Anthony DeCurtis: Liner notes

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ruhlmann, William. Album review at AllMusic. Retrieved 6 July 2011.