22 May 11
Eric Clapton and His Band returned to London’s Royal Albert Hall for their fourth performance on 21 May. Although the set list seems static with little change, EC is changing the songs arrangements a great deal. Of particular note was the new arrangement of Hoochie Coochie Man; it had fans buzzing outside the Albert. One long-time fan told WE!, "EC’s not only showcasing his brilliance as a guitarist this tour, but also that of arranger and bandleader par excellence. The only minor detraction is that the acoustic set is one or two songs too long. It would be brill if he swapped out Driftin’ for another song from his last album. Another great night at the RAH"
Eric Clapton & His Band
21 May 2011 – Royal Albert Hall (Show #4)
01. Key To The Highway
02, Going Down Slow
03. Hoochie Coochie Man
04. Old Love
05. I Shot The Sheriff
07. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out
08. Still Got The Blues
09. Same Old Blues
10. When Somebody Thinks You’re Wonderful
13. Wonderful Tonight
14. Tearing Us Apart
15. Little Queen Of Spades
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