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Eric Clapton & Friends - Happy Happy Birthday Eric. [Dandelion Records :: DL-017]
Recorded at Shangri-La Studios, Malibu, California, USA - March 30, 1976.
Studio / Soundboard -> Bootleg Silver CD :: CBR 320k.

01. It's Eric Clapton's Birthday (Billy Preston)
02. Who Do You Love? (Van Morrison)
03. Hard Times (Rick Danko)
04. Stormy Monday (Van Morrison)
05. Instrumental Jam
06. Adios Mi Corason (Bob Dylan)
07. The Water Is Wide (Bob Dylan)
08. Idiot Wind (Bob Dylan)
09. Big River (Eric Clapton)
10. Steppin' Out (Levon Helm)

Personnel: Eric Clapton :: Robbie Robertson, guitar :: Jesse Ed Davis, guitar :: Ron Wood, guitar :: Bob Dylan, vocals/guitar :: Billy Preston, vocals/keyboards :: Van Morrison, vocals :: Rick Danko, vocals/bass :: Garth Hudson, organ :: Richard Manuel, vocals/piano :: Levon Helm, vocals/drums.

Notes: 10-track bootleg CD originally recorded at Shangri-La Studios, Malibu, CA., on 30/03/76, with a total time of 62:42. Includes "Hard Times" featuring Rick Danko's lead vocal and "Steppin' Out" with lead vocal by Levon Helm. The following is quoted on the CD: "I had a magnificent birthday party right in the middle of the sessions and we decided to record everything and everybody that came into the studio. There's Billy (Preston) singing a couple of Ray Charles songs with The Band backing him along with Jesse Ed Davis, me, Robbie (Robertson) and Woody (Ron Wood) on guitars. Bob (Dylan) showed up about eight o'clock in the morning and it went on from there." (taken from theband.hiof.no)

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3 comments

Anonyme a dit…

Thank you for this one too!!
Concerning the Hawkwind 1975 tour dates and locations you kindly asked me about, they´re the following ones:
MAY 1975
01 Kansas City, Memorial Hall, KA, U.S.A
07 Chicago, Auditorium Theatre, IL, U.S.A
09 Hammond, Civic Centre, IL, USA
10 Detroit, Ford Auditorium, MI, U.S.A
16 Cleveland, Allen Theatre, OH, U.S.A
18 Toronto, Convocation Hall, Ontario, Canada
It was after the canadian show that Lemmy was arrsted and sacked from the band...
Cheers,
Roger

Anonyme a dit…

Thanks to post this great bootleg.

rintesh a dit…

Thanks for sharing this historic gem! Everybody is superb here, especially Van the man!

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