Eric Clapton and His Band: Night 5 At The Royal Albert Hall

Fans from all over the world have converged on London to take in the experience of an Eric Clapton Concert at The Royal Albert Hall. Like previous evenings, songs performed on 23 May 2006 were a mix of old (461 Ocean Boulevard, Money and Cigarettes, Journeyman) and new material from Back Home. Tonight there were some suprises added to the setlist: “Old Love,” and “Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad”


So Tired
Got To Get Better In A Little While
Old Love
I Shot The Sheriff
Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
Back Home
I Am Yours
Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out
Running On Faith
Milkcow Blues

After Midnight
Little Queen Of Spades
Everybody Oughta Make A Change
Motherless Children
Wonderful Tonight

Crossroads (Encore with Robert Cray)

Some concertgoers had this to say about the show:

Old Love was a masterclass in soulful playing from Eric and WDLGTBSS was blistering with great solos all round and a lovely fade with EC and Derek trading licks like they’ve never been apart. -Andy Balcam

It was nice to hear a few changes to the set from the previous evening including ‘Old Love’ and ‘Why does love.’ The solos screamed Eric early on with breathtaking performances in ‘Why does love’, ‘Old Love’, ‘Sheriff’, ‘Little Queen.’ etc.  – Mark Allen

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