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Eric Clapton's Rainbow Concert is a live album by Eric Clapton, recorded at the Rainbow Theatre in London on 13 January 1973 and released in September that year. The concerts, two on the same evening, were organised by Pete Townshend of the Who and marked a comeback by Clapton after two years of inactivity, broken only by his performance at the Concert for Bangladesh in August 1971. 
Eric Clapton's Rainbow Concert es el primer álbum en directo del músico británico Eric Clapton, publicado por la compañía discográfica RSO Records en septiembre de 1973. Fue grabado en el Rainbow Theatre de Londres el 13 de enero de 1973 y organizado por Pete Townshend, guitarrista de The Who, para marcar el regreso de Clapton a los escenarios tras dos años de inactividad musical debido a su drogadicción. Junto con Townshend, Clapton tocó con Steve Winwood, Ronnie Wood y ...
Eric Clapton's Rainbow Concert Review by William Ruhlmann By January 1973, Eric Clapton's career was going great guns as the result of compilations like History of Eric Clapton; the only problem was that Clapton himself was nursing a heroin addiction and hadn't been heard from since his August 1971 appearance at the concert for Bangladesh.
The set list as showcased on the 1995 remastered edition of Eric Clapton’s Rainbow Concert features songs from Derek & the Dominos, Blind Faith, Cream and Clapton’s self-titled 1970 solo album. The set also includes an early Traffic song, “Pearly Queen” with a lead vocal by Winwood.
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