[Slowhand] Killer Clapton song/solo of the day

James Vlahakis jvlahakis at hinshawlaw.com
Tue Aug 21 12:29:56 EDT 2007

As I listen to more of my old cds, I will post a comment for a
particularly great song/solo/show.

Have You Ever Loved a Woman from Philadelphia PA, June 29, 1974. While
EC's a little drunk sounding, he rips into a great solo on this song.
Also, I think he does a pretty good version of Smile with Yvonne Elliman.
While they playing is so-so, especially on Presence of the Lord, his
singing with her on harmony vocals is especially good. You can sense a
really connection between the two of them.

I much prefer Yvonne over Marcy Levy and Shawn Murphy (?) from the late
70s to mid 80s. YIKES!

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