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One More Car, One More Rider
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One More Car, One More Rider

One More Car, One More Rider

Product ID : 2819737
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Galleon Product ID 2819737
UPC / ISBN 093624837428
Shipping Weight 0.24 lbs
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Manufacturer Clapton,Eric
Shipping Dimension 5.67 x 4.84 x 0.67 inches
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Brand Clapton,Eric
Genre Rock
Number Of Discs 2
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 2002-11-05
Release Date 2002-11-05
UPC 093624837428
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About One More Car, One More Rider

Product Description Eric Clapton's first live album since 1992's 10-times-platinum multi-Grammy-winning Unplugged, the 2-CD One More Car, One More Rider features songs performed during his triumphant 2001 concert tour. Coming off 2000's Riding With The King, Clapton's double-platinum, Grammy-winning, #3-charting collaboration with BB. King, the guitar god followed with 2001's gold, Grammy-winning, #5 Reptile. The ensuing tour, including concerts in Los Angeles and Tokyo recorded on One More Car, One More Rider, brought together hits and favorites spanning his entire career, from "Badge" and "Layla" to "Change The World" and "Tears In Heaven." Get on board One More Car, One More Rider, the live Clapton retrospective. Amazon.com Eric Clapton's first live album since 1992's zeitgeist-capturing Unplugged, is, as one would expect, full of well-tailored highlights from his back-catalog of bristly, well-kept blues. Recorded in Los Angeles and Tokyo during his 2001 world tour, and featuring the accompaniment from the likes of Andy Fairweather-Low and Billy Preston, it's an album that serves to satisfy both Clapton purists (there's a four-song sequence of tracks from Pilgrim, shorn of their original anodyne synthesizer embellishments) and adult pop fans who prefer their blues from the decanter rather than the bottle ("Tears in Heaven," a sublime "Bell Bottom Blues," a rather poised, applause-riddled "Layla"). One More Car is an engaging live document that finds EC far from asleep at the wheel. --Kevin Maidment