Live at the Fillmore is a live double album by Derek and the Dominos, recorded in two performances in October 1970 at the Fillmore East and released on 22 February 1994. It includes live material previously released on the In Concert album, live material previously released on Eric Clapton's Crossroads box set, and several previously unreleased numbers
The recording quality is poor, the vocals are muddy and barely passable in the first place, but where really disintegrates is the solos. his is mostly just muddled idiot riffing for no reason at all. it's the dullest drabbest flattest saddest thing I've heard in ages. Derek and the Dominos played a total of four sets over October 23-24, 1970 and in light of the above re-releases, it now may be the time to release the whole shebang. It is certainly long overdue. The Ten Best Live Rock Recordings.
Derek & The Dominos - the Beat Goes On (Z-2023001/2/3). Artist: Derek and the DominosDuration: Album. Derek & The Dominos - Garage (AR-07-1/2) 2CD 1970 Cincinnati. Derek & The Dominos - Garage (AR-07-1/2). 2CD(fat jewel case) 1994 asteroid label incl. live at Music Ha, Cincinnati, Nov. 26, 1970.
In Concert is a live double album, recorded by Derek and the Dominos in October 1970 at the Fillmore East and released January 1973. Six of the album's nine tracks were later included on the 1994 album Live at the Fillmore. The three songs not included are "Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad," "Let It Rain," & "Tell the Truth. Live at the Fillmore also includes these songs, although they are from different sets than the ones appearing here.
Check out the 3CD The Beat Goes On (Zeus), which also has the longer length recording of the late show, Feast Away (Zig Zag) or LSD – Last Stand Dominos (Mid Valley). Suffolk Community College, Selden NY – 6 December 1970 This turned out to be the Dominos’ last live performance and it’s captured on a very good audience recording. The band is tight and Eric is at the top of his game. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad and Tell The Truth are standouts, but Stormy Monday and Blues Power (which segues into a stunning Have You Ever Loved A Woman ) are also top drawer. Magazine ( will be getting in on the Layla action with a series of exclusive articles on Derek And The Dominos and their classic album.
This is the only studio album Derek and the Dominos recorded. They attempted another, but the sessions imploded over what Whitlock describes as "Ego Problems. And then the last verse, he wrote three quarters of it, and I came in with the very last line. I said, 'That's how it goes. I hope this helps refresh your memory. And that was the end of it.
Derek and the Dominos were a blues-rock band formed in the spring of 1970 by guitarist and singer Eric Clapton with.
Presence of the Lord (Live At Fillmore East, New York, 1970). 5. Tell the Truth (Live At Fillmore East, New York, 1970). 1973 Universal International Music . More By Derek & The Dominos. See All. The Cream of Clapton.