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DEREK AND THE DOMINOS
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DEREK AND THE DOMINOS
WHAT's NEW
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What's new on this web page?

If you see the date changing on this page, without an announcement in this section, it is probably something like fixing minor coding problems, spelling errors, minor layout changes, new page on this site (so I changed bottom index), ... Any major changes to this page, will be announced here.

March 20, 2011. The 40th anniversary of Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs is coming up and it will be released in various versions. You can read more about it at Where's Eric - Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs: 40th Anniversary Editions Due This Month and Where's Eric - Layla's 40th: The Where's Eric! Interview With Bill Levenson

May 31, 2007. You can now listen to streaming free music from this band as well as others at Wolfgangs Vault.

July 18, 2005. I just noticed that the ezBoard message board that I had set up for this web site had been deleted. Since restoration of the deleted conference is only available to subscribers to their service, and since the activity was relatively light, I not planning on looking for another message board. If you do think a message board is worth while, or you have a message board that you like, let me know and I may promote it here. As always you can contact me here.

January 7, 2002. I started creating this page. :-)

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DEREK AND THE DOMINOS
INTRO:
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Derek and the Dominos was started by Eric Clapton in May 1970, and they only lasted until May 1971. The band was composed of Eric Clapton and some the musicians who used to be part of Delaney, Bonnie and Friends (Dave Mason-who quickly departed, Bobby Whitlock, Carl Radle, Jim Gordon). This was Eric Clapton's first band where he was the leader, and the rest of the players were backup for him. It was an effort by Eric Clapton to get away from the supergroup power blues/rock he had been playing since the mid 1960s. Prior to this time, Eric Clapton was either doing session work (Beatles, Jackie Lomax, Stephen Stills, ...), or working in other bands (Yardbirds, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Cream, Blind Faith, Delaney Bonnie and Friends, ...)

Since Eric Clapton was a friend of George Harrison, Derek and the Dominos ended up being the backing band for George Harrison's All Things Must Pass, album. During this time, Derek and the Dominos also managed to record their first 45.

While Duane Allman was not part of Derek and the Domins, Duane Allman participated in most of the sessions for the Layla album. Duane Allman even played with Derek and the Dominos at a few live shows during their American tour.

So while Derek and the Dominos only managed to release one studio album, Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs, (the band broke up during recording their unreleased second album) the first album, Layla is very much worth listening to. It was also one of the last guitar dominated albums Eric Clapton recorded before switching to his current laidback/softer-pop/rock/blues style of playing for his studio albums.

A couple years after Derek and the Dominos broke up, part of their live set from the Fillmore East was released as a two album set.

Since their original release, their only two recordings have been reissued in re-mastered/expanded editions.

Comments and corrections would be appreciated.

And of course, any audio-video-print additions to my collection would be appreciated.

I am also interested in getting wider exposure for this site. So links from your site to mine would be appreciated. And if you know of any sites that allow/encourage submission, I would also appreciate knowing about them as well.

Do you have any articles, books, albums, tapes, CDs, ... on this band that you would like reviewed and / or integrated into this page?

Do you have any other band that you would like to see a page for on this site?

Please send to:

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DEREK AND THE DOMINOS
Personnel
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PERSONNEL: May 1970 - June 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Dave Mason - guitar, vocals
        Bobby Whitlock - keyboards, vocals
        Carl Radle - bass
        Jim Gordon - drums

PERSONNEL: June 1970 - May 1971
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Bobby Whitlock - guitar, vocals
        Carl Radle - bass
        Jim Gordon - drums
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DEREK AND THE DOMINOS
Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs
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PERSONNEL: May 1970 - June 14, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Dave Mason - guitar, vocals
        Bobby Whitlock - keyboards, vocals
        Carl Radle - bass
        Jim Gordon - drums

LIVE SHOW: Derek and the Dominos first public performance
LIVE SHOW: June 14, 1970 Lyceum Ballroom, London, England

PERSONNEL: summer 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        George Harrison - guitar, vocals
        Dave Mason - guitar, vocals
        Bobby Whitlock - piano, vocals
        Carl Radle - bass
        Jim Gordon - drums
STUDIO SESSION: b-side - 1st 45
(recorded during George Harrison's All Things Must Pass sessions)
(a5)    Roll It Over 4:29
        Plug Me In (from: All Things Must Pass CD by George Harrison)
        Thanks For The Pepperoni (from: All Things Must Pass CD by George Harrison)
        Out Of The Blue (from: All Things Must Pass CD by George Harrison)

PERSONNEL: June 1970 - May 1971
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Bobby Whitlock - guitar, vocals
        Carl Radle - bass
        Jim Gordon - drums
STUDIO SESSION: a-side - 1st 45
(a5)    Tell The Truth 3:23

LIVE SHOW: U.K. Tour (1st leg)
LIVE SHOW: August 1, 1970 Roundhouse, Dagenham, London, England
LIVE SHOW: August 2, 1970 The Place, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
LIVE SHOW: August 7, 1970 Mecca, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England
LIVE SHOW: August 8, 1970 California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England
LIVE SHOW: August 9, 1970 Mothers, Birmingham, England
LIVE SHOW: August 11, 1970 Marquee, Soho, London, England (p6)
        Roll It Over
        Blues Power
        Have You Ever Loved A Woman
        Any Day
        Bad Boy
        Bottle Of Red Wine
        Little Wing
        Tell The Truth
        Country Life
        Don't Know Why
LIVE SHOW: August 12, 1970 Speakeasy, London, England
LIVE SHOW: August 14, 1970 Winter Gardens, Great Malvern, Hereford and Worcester, England
        Country Life
        Any Day
        Bottle Of Red Wine
        Don't Know Why
        Roll It Over
        Blues Power
        Have You Ever Loved A Woman
        Bad Boy
LIVE SHOW: August 15, 1970 Tofts Club, Folkestone, Kent, England
LIVE SHOW: August 16, 1970 Black Prince, Bexley, London, England
LIVE SHOW: August 18, 1970 Pavilion, Bournemouth, Dorset, England
        Roll It Over
        Blues Power
        Have You Ever Loved A Woman
        Bad Boy
        Country Life
        Crossroads
        O.F.R.
        Any Day
        Lonesome And A Long Way From Home
        Bottle Of Red Wine
        Let It Rain
LIVE SHOW: August 21, 1970 Town Hall, Torquay, Devon, England
LIVE SHOW: August 22, 1970 Van Dyke Club, Plymouth, Devon, England

PERSONNEL: August 26, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar
        Bobby Whitlock - organ
        Carl Radle - bass
        Jim Gordon - drums
STUDIO SESSION: August 26, 1970 (first album)
    (a4)Jam II 12:24
    (a4)Have You Ever Loved A Woman (alternate master # 2) 4:59

PERSONNEL: August 27, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar
        Duane Allman - guitar
STUDIO SESSION: August 27, 1970 (first album)
    (a4)(When Things Go Wrong) It Hurts Me Too (jam) 1:56

PERSONNEL: August 27, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar
        Bobby Whitlock - organ
        Carl Radle - bass
        Jim Gordon - drums
STUDIO SESSION: August 27, 1970 (first album)
    (a4)Jam III 13:22
    (a4)Tell The Truth (Jam I) 9:38
    (a4)Tell The Truth (Jam II) 13:47
    (a4)Tender Love (incomplete master) 2:42

PERSONNEL: August 27, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Duane Allman - guitar
        Bobby Whitlock - organ, piano, vocals
        Carl Radle - bass
        Jim Gordon - drums
STUDIO SESSION: August 27, 1970 (first album)
    (a4)Jam V 18:24

PERSONNEL: August 27, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar
        Duane Allman - guitar
        Dickie Betts - guitar
        Greg Allman - piano
        Berry Oakley - bass
        Butch Trucks - drums
STUDIO SESSION: August 27, 1970 (first album)
    (a4)Jam IV 12:21

PERSONNEL: August 28, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Duane Allman - guitar
        Bobby Whitlock - piano, vocals
        Carl Radle - bass, percussion
        Jim Gordon - drums, percussion
STUDIO SESSION: August 28, 1970 (first album)
(a1)(a4)Tell The Truth (+overdubs-September 1+4, 1970) 6:37

PERSONNEL: August 30, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Duane Allman - guitar
        Bobby Whitlock - piano
        Carl Radle - bass
        Jim Gordon - drums
STUDIO SESSION: August 30, 1970 (first album)
(a1)(a4)Key To The Highway 9:41

PERSONNEL: August 31, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Bobby Whitlock - piano
        Carl Radle - bass
        Jim Gordon - drums
STUDIO SESSION: August 31, 1970 (first album)
    (a4)Have You Ever Loved A Woman (alternate master # 1) 5:54

PERSONNEL: August 31, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Duane Allman - guitar
        Albhy Galuten - piano
        Bobby Whitlock - organ, vocals
        Carl Radle - bass
        Jim Gordon - drums
STUDIO SESSION: August 31, 1970 (first album)
(a1)(a4)Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out 5:00

PERSONNEL: August 31, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Duane Allman - guitar
        Bobby Whitlock - organ, vocals
        Carl Radle - bass, percussion
        Jim Gordon - drums, percussion
STUDIO SESSION: August 31, 1970 (first album)
(a1)(a4)Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad (+overdubs-September 1+9, 1970) 4:43

PERSONNEL: September 1, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Bobby Whitlock - organ, vocals
        Carl Radle - bass, percussion
        Jim Gordon - drums, percussion
STUDIO SESSION: September 1, 1970 (first album)
(a1)(a4)Keep On Growing (+overdubs-September 1+2+5+9, 1970) 6:20

PERSONNEL: September 2, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Bobby Whitlock - organ, vocals
        Carl Radle - bass, percussion
        Jim Gordon - drums, percussion
STUDIO SESSION: September 2, 1970 (first album)
(a1)(a4)I Looked Away (+overdubs-September 2+4, 1970) 3:03
(a1)(a4)Bell Bottom Blues (+overdubs-September 2+9, 1970) 5:00
    (a4)Jam I 19:59

PERSONNEL: September 2, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Duane Allman - guitar
        Bobby Whitlock - organ, vocals
        Carl Radle - bass
        Jim Gordon - drums
STUDIO SESSION: September 2, 1970 (first album)
(a1)(a4)Have You Ever Loved A Woman 6:54

PERSONNEL: September 3, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Duane Allman - guitar
        Bobby Whitlock - organ, piano, vocals
        Carl Radle - bass, percussion
        Jim Gordon - drums, percussion
STUDIO SESSION: September 3, 1970 (first album)
(a1)(a4)I Am Yours (+overdubs-September 4+9, 1970) 3:34
(a1)(a4)Anyday (+overdubs-September 4, 1970) 6:33
(a1)(a4)It's Too Late (+overdubs-September 9+October1, 1970) 3:48

PERSONNEL: September 9, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Duane Allman - guitar
        Bobby Whitlock - organ, vocals
        Carl Radle - bass
        Jim Gordon - drums
STUDIO SESSION: September 9, 1970 (first album)
(a1)(a4)Little Wing 5:34
(a1)(a4)Layla (+overdubs-October 1, 1970) 7:05
    (a8)It's Too Late 3:47
    (a4)It's Too Late (alternate master) 4:05

PERSONNEL: September 10, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar
        Duane Allman - guitar
        Bobby Whitlock - guitar, vocals
        Carl Radle - bass
        Jim Gordon - percussion
STUDIO SESSION: September 10, 1970 (first album)
(a1)(a4)Thorn In The Garden 2:52
LIVE SHOW: U.K. Tour (2nd leg)
LIVE SHOW: September 20, 1970 Fairfield Hall, Croydon, London, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: September 21, 1970 De Montford Hall, Leicester, Leicestershire, England
LIVE SHOW: September 23, 1970 The Dome, Brighton, East Sussex, England
LIVE SHOW: September 24, 1970 Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, England
LIVE SHOW: September 25, 1970 Greens Playhouse, Glasgow, City of Glasgow, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: September 27, 1970 Colston Hall, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
LIVE SHOW: September 28, 1970 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England

PERSONNEL: October 2, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Duane Allman - guitar
        Bobby Whitlock - piano
        Carl Radle - bass
        Jim Gordon - drums
STUDIO SESSION: October 2, 1970 (first album)
    (a4)Mean Old World (rehearsal) 14:55
    (a4)Mean Old World (band version, master take) 3:36

PERSONNEL: October 2, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Duane Allman - guitar
        Jim Gordon - bass
STUDIO SESSION: October 2, 1970 (first album)
    (a4)Mean Old World (duet version, master take) 3:50

PERSONNEL: October 2, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Duane Allman - guitar
STUDIO SESSION: October 2, 1970 (first album)
    (a6)Mean Old World 3:50
LIVE SHOW: October 2, 1970 College of Technology, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
LIVE SHOW: October 3, 1970 Lads Club, Norwich, Norfolk, England
LIVE SHOW: October 4, 1970 Coatham Bowl, Redcar, Redcar and Cleveland, England
LIVE SHOW: October 5, 1970 Town Hall, Birmingham, England
LIVE SHOW: October 7, 1970 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, Dorset, England
LIVE SHOW: October 8, 1970 University Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
LIVE SHOW: October 9, 1970 Penthouse, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England
LIVE SHOW: October 11, 1970 Lyceum Ballroom, London, England
        Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
        Tell The Truth
        Blues Power
        Have You Ever Loved A Woman
        Keep On Growing
        Nobody Knows When You Are Down And Out
        Bottle Of Red Wine
        Little Wing
        Roll It Over
        Bell Bottom Blues
        Let It Rain

STUDIO SESSION: Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs
(recorded August to October 1970)
(released December 1970)
(a1)(a4)I Looked Away 3:03
(a1)(a4)Bell Bottom Blues 5:00
(a1)(a4)Keep On Growing 6:20
(a1)(a4)Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out 5:00
(a1)(a4)I Am Yours 3:34
(a1)(a4)Anyday 6:33
(a1)(a4)Key To The Highway 9:41
(a1)(a4)Tell The Truth 6:37
(a1)(a4)Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad 4:43
(a1)(a4)Have You Ever Loved A Woman 6:54
(a1)(a4)Little Wing 5:34
(a1)(a4)It's Too Late 3:48
(a1)(a4)Layla 7:05
(a1)(a4)Thorn In The Garden 2:52
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Live At The Fillmore East
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PERSONNEL: June 1970 - May 1971
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Bobby Whitlock - guitar, vocals
        Carl Radle - bass
        Jim Gordon - drums

LIVE SHOW: U.S.A. Tour
LIVE SHOW: October 15, 1970 Rider College, Trenton, New Jersey
LIVE SHOW: October 16, 1970 Electric Factory Theatre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
        Ramblin' On My Mind
        Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
        Blues Power
        Have You Ever Loved A Woman
        Mean Old World
        Motherless Children
        Let It Rain
LIVE SHOW: October 17, 1970 Electric Factory Theatre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
LIVE SHOW: October 21, 1970 Liser Auditorium, Washington D.C., Maryland
LIVE SHOW: October 23, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (p1)
Wolfgang's Vault presents tracks from this show
(second set)
(wv)(a2)(a3)Got To Get Better In A Little While 14:21
(wv)        Key To The Highway 7:31
(wv)    (a3)Tell The Truth 11:56
(wv)    (a3)Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad? 14:48
(wv)        Blues Power 11:01
(wv)        Have You Ever Loved A Woman 8:59
(wv)(a2)(a3)Bottle Of Red Wine 6:29
(wv)        Presence Of The Lord 6:36
(wv)    (a3)Little Wing 6:20
(wv)    (a3)Let It Rain 20:15
(wv)(a3)(a5)Crossroads 8:25
LIVE SHOW: October 24, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (p1)
(second set)
Wolfgang's Vault presents tracks from this show
(wv)        Got To Get Better In A Little While 13:08
(wv)(a2)(a3)Blues Power 10:36
(wv)(a2)(a3)Have You Ever Loved A Woman 8:03
(wv)(a3)(a5)Key To The Highway 6:33
(wv)(a2)    Tell The Truth 11:37
(wv)    (a3)Nobody Knows When You're Down And Out 5:52
(wv)(a2)    Let It Rain 17:58
(wv)(a2)    Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad 9:41
(wv)(a2)(a3)Presence Of The Lord 6:10
(wv)        Bottle Of Red Wine 5:29
(wv)(a2)(a3)Roll It Over 6:45
(wv)        Little Wing (guitar player magazine) 6:35

LIVE SESSION: Live At The Fillmore East (extended/remastered CD)
(a2)(a3)Got To Get Better In A Little While 13:52 (October 23, 1970)
    (a3)Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad 14:49 (October 23, 1970)
(a3)(a5)Key To The Highway 6:25 (October 24, 1970)
(a2)(a3)Blues Power 10:31 (October 24, 1970)
(a2)(a3)Have You Ever Loved A Woman 8:16 (October 24, 1970)
(a2)(a3)Bottle Of Red Wine 5:34 (October 23, 1970)
    (a3)Tell The Truth 11:04 (October 23, 1970)
    (a3)Nobody Knows When You're Down And Out 5:33 (October 24, 1970)
(a2)(a3)Roll It Over 6:40 (October 24, 1970)
(a2)(a3)Presence Of The Lord 6:16 (October 24, 1970)
    (a3)Little Wing 6:13 (October 23, 1970)
    (a3)Let Rain 18:19 (October 23, 1970)
(a3)(a5)Crossroads 8:29 (October 23, 1970)

LIVE SHOW: October 29, 1970 Kleinhalls Music Hall, Buffalo, New York
LIVE SHOW: October 30, 1970 Albany State University Gymnasium, Albany, New York
LIVE SHOW: October 31, 1970 Dome, Virginia Beach, Virginia

PERSONNEL: October 18, 1970
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Bobby Whitlock - keyboards, vocals
        Carl Radle - bass
        Jim Gordon - drums
        Carlos Santana (and band, including Neal Schon)
STUDIO SESSION: October 18, 1970 Village Recorder Studio, San Francisco, CA
(I saw this mentioned on the internet.  I haven't had a chance to acquire a)
(copy and listen so I don't know if this is real.)
(I do know, that if you check the tour schedule, Derek and the Dominos were)
(NOT in the San Francisco area on this date.  While it is possible they flew)
(in to jam with Santana, it is more likely the jam happened in mid-November)
(Derek and the Dominos were there as part of their tour.)
(Since Neal Schon did sit in with Derek and the Dominos on November 18 and 19)
(it would make sense they would get together before hand to jam / rehearse.)

LIVE SHOW: November 1, 1970 Civic Auditorium, Jacksonville, Florida
VIDEO SESSION: November 5, 1970 Johnny Cash TV Show, Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, Tennessee
98      It's Too Late, She's gone
        Got To Get Getter In A Little While
        Blues Power
        Matchbox (version 1) (w/Carl Perkins & Johnny Cash)
        Matchbox (version 2) (w/Carl Perkins & Johnny Cash)
98      Matchbox (version 3-final) (w/Carl Perkins & Johnny Cash)
LIVE SHOW: November 6, 1970 McFarlin Auditorium, Dallas, Texas
        Got To Get Better In A Little While
        Blues Power
        Have You Ever Loved A Woman
        Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
        It's Too Late
        Tell The Truth
        Stormy Monday
        Bottle Of Red Wine
        Little Wing
        Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out
        Let It Rain
LIVE SHOW: November 7, 1970 Community Center Theatre, San Antonio, Texas
LIVE SHOW: November 13, 1970 University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada
LIVE SHOW: November 14, 1970 Fairgrounds Coliseum, Salt Lake City, Utah
LIVE SHOW: November 17, 1970 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, California
        Stormy Monday
        Key To The Highway
        Keep On Growing
        Got To Get Better In A Little While
        Blues Power
        Have You Ever Loved A Woman
        Tell The Truth
        Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
        Bottle Of Red Wine
        Let It Rain
        Little Wing
        Roll It Over
        Stormy Monday (? first or last player ?)
        Key To The Highway (? first or last player ?)
        Keep On Growing (? first or last player ?)
LIVE SHOW: November 18, 1970 Community Theatre, Berkley, California
(Neil Schon guest)
        Got To Get Better In A Little While
        Blues Power/Have You Ever Loved A Woman
        Tell The Truth
        Presence Of The Lord
        Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
        Everyday I Have The Blues
        Little Queenie/Sweet Little Rock And Roller
LIVE SHOW: November 19, 1970 Community Theatre, Berkley, California
(Neil Schon guest)
        Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
        Tell The Truth
        Key To The Highway
        Got To Get Better In A Little While
        Mean Old World
        Little Wing
        Blues Power
        Have You Ever Loved A Woman
        Let It Rain
        Chuck Berry medley
or
        Got To Get Better In A Little While
        Key To The Highway
        Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
        Tell The Truth
        Mean Old World
        Little Wing
        Blues Power
        Have You Ever Loved A Woman
        Let It Rain

LIVE SHOW: November 20, 1970 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, California
(afternoon show)
        Got To Get Better In A Little While
        Key To The Highway
        Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
        Blues Power
        Have You Ever Loved A Woman
        Tell The Truth
        All Night Long (aka Derek's Boogie) (Delaney Bramlett - vocals)
        Let It Rain
(evening show)
        Got To Get Better In A Little While
        Key To The Highway
        Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
        Blues Power
        Stormy Monday
        Tell The Truth
        Let It Rain
        Every Day I Have The Blues (with Toe Fat (opening band))

LIVE SHOW: November 21, 1970 Civic Auditorium, Pasadena, California
LIVE SHOW: November 22, 1970 Community Concourse, San Diego, California
LIVE SHOW: November 25, 1970 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, Illinois
LIVE SHOW: November 26, 1970 Music Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio
        Got To Get Better In A Little While
        Roll It Over
        Blues Power
        Stormy Monday
        Little Queenie/Sweet Little Rock And Roller
        Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
        Tell The Truth
        Let It Rain
        Everyday I Have The Blues (B.B.King guitar)
LIVE SHOW: November 27, 1970 Keil Auditorium, St. Louis, Missouri
        Layla
        Roll it Over
        Blues Power
        Stormy Monday
        Got to Get Better in a Little While
        Nobody Knows You
        Tell the Truth
        Let it Rain
LIVE SHOW: November 28, 1970 Music Hall, Cleveland, Ohio
LIVE SHOW: November 29, 1970 Painters Mill Music Fair, Owings Mills, Maryland
        Layla
        Bell Bottom Blues
        Blues Power
        Stormy Monday
        Tell The Truth
        Got To Get Better In A Little While
        Little Wing
        Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
        Have You Ever Loved A Woman
        Let It Rain

LIVE SHOW: December 1, 1970 Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, Florida
(Duane Allman guest for whole show)
        Layla
        Got To Get Better in A Little while
        Key To The Highway
        Why Does Love Have To Be So Sad
        Blues Power
        Have You Ever Loved A Woman
        Bottle Of Red Wine
        Let It Rain
LIVE SHOW: December 2, 1970 War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, New York
(Duane Allman guest for part of the show)
LIVE SHOW: December 3, 1970 East Town Theatre, Detroit, Michigan
LIVE SHOW: December 4, 1970 Capitol Theatre, Portchester, New York
LIVE SHOW: December 5, 1970 Capitol Theatre, Portchester, New York
(early show)
        Tell The Truth
        Little Wing
        Blues Power
        Have You Ever Loved A Woman
        Let It Rain
(late show)
        Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
        Blues Power
        Stormy Monday
        Key To The Highway
        Tell The Truth
        Bottle Of Red Wine
        Got To Get Better In A Little While
        Crossroads
LIVE SHOW: December 6, 1970 Suffolk Community College, Selden, New York
        Keep On Growing
        Tell The Truth
        Stormy Monday
        Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
        Blues Power
        Have You Ever Loved A Woman
        Little Wing
        Got To Get Better In A Little While

PERSONNEL: April to May 1971 (second album)
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Carl Radle - bass
        Jim Gordon - drums
STUDIO SESSION: April to May 1971 (second album)
    (a5)It's Got To Get Better In A Little While 5:31

PERSONNEL: April to May 1971 (second album)
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Bobby Whitlock - piano, vocals
        Carl Radle - bass
        Jim Gordon - drums
STUDIO SESSION: April to May 1971 (second album)
    (a5)Evil 4:25
    (a5)One More Chance 3:17
    (a5)Mean Old Frisco 4:02
    (a5)Snake Lake Blues 3:33

STUDIO SESSION: April to May 1971 (second album)
        Moody Jam
        Jim's Song
        Chocolate
        Carl And Me
        High
        I've Been All Day
        It's Hard To Find A Friend
        Till I see You Again
        Son Of Apache
        (instrumental)
The Last Sessions
(a7)    Sick At Heart (instrumental)
(a7)    Is My Love (instrumental)
(a7)    Mean Old Frisco (instrumental)
(a7)    Evil (instrumental)
(a7)    Snake Lake Blues (minor key) (instrumental)
(a7)    Snake Lake Blues (major key) (instrumental)
(a7)    One More Chance (instrumental)
(a7)    Got To Get Better In A Little While (instrumental)
(a7)    High (instrumental)
(a7)    Untitled Instrumental # 1
(a7)    Untitled Instrumental # 2
(a7)    Devil Road (vocals by Rene Armando)
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PRINT MEDIA
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BOOKS AND PRINTED MATERIAL: (This is my reference library.) (I am interested in getting more.)

The Complete Rock Family Trees (Book 1 & 2)
Written, Researched, Drawn by Pete Frame
Published by Omnibus Press. Copyright 1983. 60 pages.

The Great Rock Discography (third edition) by M.C.Strong
Published by Omnibus Press. Copyright 1996. 950 pages. Hardbook (oversize).

Live Show Listings
Live show listings come from various sources, including the below listed books, visitors to this web site and from other web sites. None of these listings have been verified by me. And just because there was a print advertisement for the show, is no guarantee that there weren't problems which caused the show to be cancelled.

(p1) The Art Of Rock - A Spectular Visual And Oral History
Writter: Paul D. Grushkin, Artworks Photographed by Jon Sievert
Published by Artabras. Copyright 1987. 516 pages. Hardback.

(p7) Rockin' Croydon By Chris Groom
Published By Wombeat Publishing. Copyright 1998. 224 pages. Paperback.

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AUDIO MEDIA
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AUDIO COMPILATIONS: (This is my complete audio collection) (I am interested in getting more. Details and material.)

Commercial Releases

(a1) Derek And The Dominos - Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs (original album)
(a4) Derek And The Dominos - Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs - 20th Anniversary Edition

(a2) Derek And The Dominos - In Concert (original album)
(a3) Derek And The Dominos - Live At The Fillmore East (extended/remastered CD)

(a5) Eric Clapton (Derek And The Dominos) - Crossroads

(a6) Duane Allman (Derek And The Dominos) - Anthology I

Other Material

(a7) Derek And The Dominos - The Last Sessions

(a8) Eric Clapton - Derek & Hari Meet Michael Ellis

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VIDEO MEDIA
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VIDEO COMPILATIONS:
(I am always interested in expanding my collection.)

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OTHER RESOURCES (links)
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Do you have a Derek and the Dominos related site? Do you want a link from this page? E-Mail me!

I am also interested in getting wider exposure for this site. So links from your site to mine would be appreciated. And if you know of any sites that allow/encourage submission, I would also appreciate knowing about them as well.

American Blues News review of October 16, 1970 Electric Factory Theatre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania show.

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CLASSIFIEDs
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This is an experiment. I am listing various classified ads that might be of interest to browsers of this page.

Let me know what you think of this idea?

And if you do order something listed here, let them know you found out about it here.

Also, let me know how this worked out for you.

June 29, 2003.
MusicStack looks like a good source of used music items (LPs, CDs, posters, ...).
As always, let me know what you think.

4 Million Hard to Find CDs & LPs at MusicStack
December 10, 2002.
Back in October 1999 I put up links to CD-Now so that visitors could easily link to the related band pages and instantly see which items were still in print/available for purchase. CD-Now no longer has that option. For the moment I am putting in Amazon.com search boxes. Amazon.com doesn't easily allow for links to individual band pages in the same way that CD-Now used to. So, instead of me being able to create direct links, I have put up the Amazon.com search box instead. So you can still go to a page with the various bands products, buy you now need to go through a search box.

As always, let me know what you think.

April 22, 2002.
Would you like to show your appreciation for (the time, effort, money, ... that goes into creating, maintaing, updating) this web site, without getting anything in return (except a listing of your name (and url) on this web site as a friend of this web site)?
sign up for PayPal and simplify your online payments.

Send Chrome Oxide some money

December 3, 2002 CD Now is undergoing changes, and asked that ALL links be removed.
October 28, 1999 I signed up with CD Now.

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