WITH CARL PERKINS AND JOHNNY CASH
5:14 Johnny – hey this is my show ill introduce the guests! would have been hilarious
Best recording of this song
@johnpaulgrfab4 — whats ur point ???
If I had a 14 year old that could play like this I would be very very happy. I think you are embellishing, aren’t you?
@hogger129 Yes, Duane died in a motorcycle accident Oct. 29, 1971, almost a year after the Layla album was released.
@RockNRollOverDose Hi…check out Concert for Bangladesh. EC plays Brownie and a Gibson Byrdland.
EC’s Brownie Strat is on display at the Experience Music Project in Seattle.
SHIT GETS REAL
@gmd1417 Go fuck yourself douchebag redneck. You don’t deserve to say shit with your ignorant pro gun UFC crap. UFC is fucking stupid. Period. Educate yourself before you open you mouth or post comments about things you don’t know jack shit about.
Johnny,Carl and Eric and check the fookin doo out on Carl…wtf were they thinkin style wise but you go Carl
This is likely shortly after connecting with Delaney Bramlett, with whom he credits with “Teaching me everything I know about singing”.
Me, I’m liking his vocals, alot here.
@PortieBhoy too bad Jim went whacko on his mom and killed her..what a tragedy..
not only Johnnt bur carl & Eric were equally gracious and humbled, you can see Eric is in heaven here w/ two of his idols, just watch his face as perkins finishes his lead w/ that little twang run..eric just lovin it!!
Believe it or not, you’ll miss government every little while, in less than 966 years.
A class performance. This was, along with Duane, a great band whose music is still sounds great today. Johnny was gracious, what a guy.
How fn cool was Johnny? This is 8 minutes of a prime time show. When we only had 3 channels!
damn john banner
it just occured to me that and the end of clapton’s solo on matchbox the producers added the applauding of the audience.
I have the boot of the complete performance and there is no audible applauding there
I must say, Clapton is looking damn good here
Man, Jim Gordon was such a good drummer too, what a great compact talented group.
There were many, many great bands around 1970, but surely Derek and the Domino’s were one of the very best?
Obviously Clapton didn’t invent the blues. He did however deliver it to the mainstream music audience and to this day does it as well as anyone!
@tomcaroscio didnt duane did this part?
It’s nice to here from the guitar people. Where did he copy the guitar licks on Layla from?