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  posted on 3/20/2009 at 12:51 AM
People were so chill tonight. The band was perfect. All the players were on their A game. The music was so good. I loved the first set (which was almost like a second set) and the second set, which was beyond great. They played all my favorite Clapton songs. It was a trip to hear Warren and Clapton sing together. It was a perfect night. People were so happy and so nice and everyone was friendly and gracious and thoughtful and considerate. I loved tonight. Really, tonight was a beautiful night. Every one was beautiful. Love WAS every where.

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  posted on 3/20/2009 at 12:55 AM
I loved Gregg singing Oncoming Traffic. Very moving.

 

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  posted on 3/20/2009 at 01:14 AM
First viewing. A little too reverential, IMO.

Saw 2 better WDLGTBSS in person and a couple on-line in the Clapton/Derek run, especially Crossroads. IMO, the Anyday by dTb.Soul Stew @ Crossroads was more heart felt than this version. Not knocking the gig or the effort, just my opinion.

The 3.21.05 is still reigning Lalya champ - although any Lalya is a BEAUTIFUL Layla.

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  posted on 3/20/2009 at 01:22 AM
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First viewing. A little too reverential, IMO.

Saw 2 better WDLGTBSS in person and a couple on-line in the Clapton/Derek run, especially Crossroads. IMO, the Anyday by dTb.Soul Stew @ Crossroads was more heart felt than this version. Not knocking the gig or the effort, just my opinion.

The 3.21.05 is still reigning Lalya champ - although any Lalya is a BEAUTIFUL Layla.

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  posted on 3/20/2009 at 01:24 AM
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First viewing. A little too reverential, IMO.

Saw 2 better WDLGTBSS in person and a couple on-line in the Clapton/Derek run, especially Crossroads. IMO, the Anyday by dTb.Soul Stew @ Crossroads was more heart felt than this version. Not knocking the gig or the effort, just my opinion.

The 3.21.05 is still reigning Lalya champ - although any Lalya is a BEAUTIFUL Layla.

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Your kidding right , I saw both but w2atching the man who wrote it and lived it tops all .

 

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  posted on 3/20/2009 at 06:33 AM
Yeah it was a great crowd last night...however there was that little.."lets go talk in the hallway" moment in the Loge. The younger little guy and the bigger older guy had a discussion, then the younger little guy sat down and let the older bigger guy see the show.

 

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  posted on 3/20/2009 at 07:14 AM
Little Wing set my soul free

The outro to Why does love got to be so sad could have been one of the most incredible things i have ever heard.

What a show!

 

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  posted on 3/20/2009 at 08:23 AM
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Yeah it was a great crowd last night...however there was that little.."lets go talk in the hallway" moment in the Loge. The younger little guy and the bigger older guy had a discussion, then the younger little guy sat down and let the older bigger guy see the show.


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  posted on 3/20/2009 at 08:27 AM
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First viewing. A little too reverential, IMO.

Saw 2 better WDLGTBSS in person and a couple on-line in the Clapton/Derek run, especially Crossroads. IMO, the Anyday by dTb.Soul Stew @ Crossroads was more heart felt than this version. Not knocking the gig or the effort, just my opinion.

The 3.21.05 is still reigning Lalya champ - although any Lalya is a BEAUTIFUL Layla.

Beat me, hit me, but have a beer with me to discuss.


agreed on the WDLGTBSS and Any Day at Crossroads was off the charts. Saw many shows on that clapton run and was at Crossroads . The added kick here was Warrens touch on every song which was very very very cool!
I hope they do some different songs tonight but Erics MO is same songs every night except for a tune or two so we will see.

 

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  posted on 3/20/2009 at 08:34 AM
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People were so chill tonight. The band was perfect. All the players were on their A game. The music was so good. I loved the first set (which was almost like a second set) and the second set, which was beyond great. They played all my favorite Clapton songs. It was a trip to hear Warren and Clapton sing together. It was a perfect night. People were so happy and so nice and everyone was friendly and gracious and thoughtful and considerate. I loved tonight. Really, tonight was a beautiful night. Every one was beautiful. Love WAS every where.

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<3 <3




perfect indeed

 

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  posted on 3/20/2009 at 12:24 PM
Totally agree Ang as I have been posting all over the place. I already knew it was a special night after the first set.

 

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