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25 May 2010 - Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood

Location

Palais Omnisports de Bercy Paris
France
FR
Band Lineup: 

Eric Clapton – guitar, vocals
Steve Winwood – hammond organ, piano, guitar, vocals
Chris Stainton – keyboards
Willie Weeks – bass
Steve Gadd – drums
Michelle John – backing vocals
Sharon White – backing vocals

Support: 
None
Set List: 

01. Had To Cry Today
02. Low Down
03. After Midnight
04. Presence Of The Lord
05. The Shape I'm In
06. Glad
07. Well Alright
08. Tuff Luck
09. While You See A Chance
10. Key To The Highway
11. Midland Maniac
12. Slide Song (A) - song title pending; it's even listed on the set list as "Slide Song (A)"
13. Georgia
14. Driftin'
15. How Long
16. Layla
17. Can't Find My Way Home
18. Gimme Some Lovin'
19. Voodoo Chile
20. Cocaine
21. Dear Mr. Fantasy

Show Notes: 

In a two plus hour show, "Voodoo Chile" remained the killer song of the evening. The duo tweaked the set list again, replacing "Going Down Slow" with "Key To The Highway" and "Split Decision" with "Gimme Some Lovin'".

Eric's gear on this tour is:

  • Eric Clapton Signature Model Fender Stratocaster in Daphne Blue
  • Eric Clapton Signature Model Fender Stratocaster in Ferrari Grigio Silvertone
  • 6 String Martin Acoustic Guitars - EC Signature Model 000-28EC
  • Fender Custom Shop Tweed Twin Amp (1957 Tweed Reissue)
  • Leslie Speaker
  • Samson wireless pack
  • Vox V847 Wah Wah Pedal
  • Box to switch from the amp to the Leslie or to select both
Fan Reviews: 

Review by Teo Martin / Rome, Italy
Best concert in my life! It was my third Clapton concert, after one at the Albert Hall last May and the first special night at the O2 with Jeff Beck this February. The whole band was on fire from the beginning, with great solos on "Had To Cry Today." The "After Midnight / Presence Of The Lord" medley was great too, with a stunning wah wah solo on the second. Fantastic solos from both Steve Winwood and Chris Stainton on "Glad", an absolute highlight was Steve Gadd's drumming on "Well Alright". "Tough Luck" was nothing but Eric's song, with many solos and great singing, followed by a nice section with Steve giving his best on Hammond and voice on "While You See A Chance", "Midland Maniac" and "Georgia". Here's the first change in the setlist, with "Key To The Highway" replacing "Going Down Slow" (which replaced "Forever Man" at the Antwerp concert). It was moving to see Eric singing along when they played "Midland Maniac", it's evident that he loves the song. Heartbreaking acoustic section with renditions of "Driftin'", "How Long", "Layla" (everyone in the audience was singing) and Blind Faith's "Can't Find My Way Home". Now comes the huge surprise, with "Gimme Some Lovin'" replacing "Split Decision". Nothing to say about "Voodoo Chile", a masterpiece; the definitive highlight of the concert in a night of highlights.They closed the main set with the usual "Cocaine", strong as usual, coming back to the stage for "Dear Mr. Fantasy", with the two men trading solos. Too short, everybody wanted more!