Eric Clapton’s “One More Car, One More Rider” is a double live album recorded on August 18 & 19, 2001 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Track listing : 1.Key to the Highway (Big Bill Broonzy, Charles Segar) – 03:41 . 2.Reptile (Eric Clapton) – 05:59 . 3.Got You On My Mind (Howard Biggs, Joe Thomas) – 03:51 . 4.Tears in Heaven (Eric Clapton, Will Jennings) – 04:34 . 5.Bell Bottom Blues (Eric Clapton) – 05:02 . 6.Change the World (Gordon Kennedy, Wayne Kirkpatrick, Tommy Sims) – 06:16 . 7.My Father’s Eyes (Eric Clapton) – 08:34 . 8.River of Tears (Eric Clapton, Simon Climie) – 08:59 . 9.Going Down Slow (Saint Louis Jimmy) – 05:34 . 10.She’s Gone (Eric Clapton, Simon Climie) – 06:58 . 11.I Want a Little Girl (Murray Mencher, Billy Moll) – 04:38 . 12.Badge (Eric Clapton, George Harrison) – 06:02 . 13.(I’m Your) Hoochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon) – 04:30 . 14.Have You Ever Loved a Woman (Billy Myles) – 07:53 . 15.Cocaine (J. J. Cale) – 04:20 . 16.Wonderful Tonight (Eric Clapton) – 06:42 . 17.Layla (Eric Clapton, Jim Gordon) – 09:16 . 18.Sunshine of Your Love (Peter Brown, Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton) – 07:11 . 19.Over the Rainbow (Harold Arlen, E. Y. Harburg) – 06:33 .
Musicians : Eric Clapton – Guitar, vocals . Billy Preston – Hammond B-3, keyboard instruments, vocals . Greg Phillinganes – Hammond B-3 organ, keyboard instruments, vocals . Steve Gadd – Drums . David Sancious – Keyboards, guitar . Nathan East – Bass guitar, backing vocals . Andy Fairweather-Low – Guitar, background vocals .
Production Produced by Eric Clapton, Simon Climie . Alan Douglas – Engineer . Paul Walton – Engineer . Robert Collins – Engineer . Guy Charbonneau – Engineer . Yoshiyasu Kumada – Engineer . Kerry Lewis – Monitor Engineer . Charlie Bouis – Assistant Engineer . Lee Dickson – Guitar Technician . Mick Guzauski – Mixing . Tom Bender – Mixing Assistant . Bob Ludwig – Mastering .
Packaging : Catherine Roylance – Design . Billy Spoon – Photography . John Collins – Photography . Pete Jackson – Photography . Mick Double – Photography .
Recorded on August 18 & 19, 2001 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles .
Released on November 5, 2002 by Duck / Reprise.
. This impressive album will appeal outside of Eric’s hard-core fan base and its Christmas shopping release date should ensure more longevity than its predecessor. […]
Stunning. It starts mellow with just acoustic, builds a bit with some semi-hollow body electric guitar and bolts you with major blues. When that’s all done, Eric comes back for some smoking hits. A full 128 minute delight […]
But then there are those times when old Slowhand goes to his mushy place, singing nondescript odes such as “My Father’s Eyes” as though he’s chasing Sting for some sensitive-man prize. […]