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Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out
Black Magic Woman
Man of the World
Bell Bottom Blues
Key to the Highway
River of Tears
Rock Me Baby
Believe in Life
Going Down Slow
Tears in Heaven
Long Distance Call
Got My Mojo Working
Clapton's intimate acoustic concert in sound and vision.
Like many other fellow musicians, Eric Clapton had to cancel several concerts last year and this year due to the Corona Pandemic and the Lockdown.
Still, to give his fans something to look forward to, the British singer and guitarist instead met up with his band, bassist and backing vocalist Nathan East, drummer Steve Gadd and keyboardist Chris Stainton, at Cowdray House in West Sussex, England, to record what was originally planned as a sort of sequel to his hit 1992 album "MTV Unplugged": his new concert album "The Lady In The Balcony: Lockdown Sessions.
For this intimate gig, only the participants themselves were present while the cameras and recording equipment were rolling.
The band recorded 17 songs for the record, acoustic interpretations of their own songs and a number of other numbers from blues, rock and country. Included are Clapton originals like "Layla" and "Tears In Heaven", "After Midnight", "Bell Bottom Blues", "Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out" and "Key To The Highway", blues standards like "Rock Me Baby" and cover versions of songs that have influenced Mr. Slowhand throughout his career, for example the Feetwood Mac songs "Black Magic Woman" and "Man Of The World" from the Peter Green era. The full tracklisting of "The Lady In The Balcony: Lockdown Sessions" can be found below.
The whole thing was recorded under the direction of Clapton's longtime Grammy Award-winning producer Russ Titelman (James Taylor, George Harrison, Brian Wilson, Randy Newman, Rickie Lee Jones), who had already produced the "MTV Unplugged"
"The Lady In The Balcony: Lockdown Sessions" will be released in a variety of formats: as a standard CD, DVD or Blu-ray; as a set with CD and DVD or CD and Blu-ray; on two Ultra HD Blu-rays; and as a set with CD, DVD and Blu-ray packaged in a 40-page, 12ʺ × 12ʺ hardcover photo book. Record fans can look forward to the double CD on Black vinyl and the limited edition double LP on Translucent Yellow vinyl. All configurations are already available for pre-order.