1970 - The End of Delaney & Bonnie, Derek , Layla & ... Dark Horse

THE UNSURPASSED ERIC CLAPTON - January 1970

DICK CAVETT TV SHOW - February 5, 1970

LIVE AT THE FILLMORE EAST - Delaney & Bonnie - February 6 & 7, 1970

BOSTON 1970 - February 8, 1970 - Fleetwood Mac

SESSION MAN VOL. 1 - February 8 or 12, 1970 - Peter Green

THE SMOKE WALLS
- Delaney & Bonnie - February 21 & 22, 1970

FILLMORE WEST - February 21, 1970

LONDON RE-VISITED - Howlin' Wolf - April 1970

LOST & FOUND VOL. 8 - Rolling Stones - April 1970

SONGS FOR PATTI - George Harrison - May 1970

APPLE JAM - George Harrison - May, June & July 1970

NUDITY - THE LOST RADLE TAPES

OFF THE CROSSROADS - Eric Clapton & D&D - August 1970 - April & August 1974 - July 1980

U.K. 1970 - August 1970

ROLL IT OVER - August 11, 1970

THE MARQUEE CLUB, LONDON - August 11, 1970

ANY DAY - August 18, 1970

THE MIAMI SESSIONS - August 27, 1970 

YOU CAN ALL JOIN IN 1969-1970 - August 14, 1969 & Autumn 1970 USA TTTour Derek & The Dominos

DEREK IS ERIC! - August-Sepiember, 1970

LAYLA THE COMPLETE OUTTAKES - August-September, 1970

LYCEUM BALLROOM 1970 (1) - October 11, 1970

LYCEUM BALLROOM 1970 (2) - October 11, 1970

LIVE AT THE ELECTRIC FACTORY - October 16, 1970

ELECTRIC FACTORY - October 16, 1970

VILLAGE RECORDERS TAPES - October 18, 1970

THIRD ALBUM SESSIONS & REHEARSALS - Santana - October or November 1970 & January 24, 1971


LIVE AT THE FILLMORE (4 cd box) - October 23-24, 1970

ROLL IT OVER (The Easy Rider Generation In Concert) - October 23-24, 1970

COMPLETE FILLMORE TAPES - October 23-24, 1970

12073 1970 USA TOUR - THE GUITAR CASE - October 23 & 24 / November 26 / December 1, 1970

BUFFALO - October 29, 1970

SUBSTANCE VOL. 1 - 1970

SACRAMENTO - November 17, 1970 

EC SHUFFLE BLUES - November 18, 1970

LITTLE WING - November 19, 1970

KNIGHTS IN BLUE DENIM - November 19, 1970

LET'S PLAY DOMINO - November 20, 1970

THE MAJESTIC STAND - November 20 & October 16, 1970

G - November 26, 1970

GARAGE - November 26, 1970 

SPEED FREAKS - November 27, 1970

THE SEVEN PULSATING NOTES - November 29, 1970

SOUL MATES 2 - D&D with Skydog - December 1, 1970 

SOUL MATES TWIN FLAMES - D&D with Skydog - December 1, 1970 

FEAST AWAY (disc 3, 4 & 5) - December 5, 1970

CAPITOL THEATRE, PORT CHESTER, NY - December 5, 1970 (late show)

FINAL ACT - December 6, 1970

LAYLA AND OTHER ASSORTED UNREELASED SONGS - 1970/1971

THE DOMINO THEORY - Blind Faith, Derek & The Dominos - 10-11/1970 

BLIND DOMINOES - Blind Faith; Derek & The Dominoes - June 7, 1969 & 29/9-29/11/1970




THE UNSURPASSED ERIC CLAPTON

The Delaney Mix of Eric's first solo album.

Yellow Dog - YD 022 - - sb6

All tracks recorded during 1/70 apart from last 2 tracks, which were recorded
at Olympic Studios, London sometime in 11/69.

CD tracks:
  1. Slunky
  2. Bad Boy
  3. Lonesome and a Long Way from Home
  4. After Midnight
  5. Blues Power
  6. Bottle of Red Wine
  7. Lovin' You Lovin' Me
  8. Told You for the Last Time
  9. Don't Know Why
10. Let It Rain
11. Easy Now
12. Lonesome and a Long Way from Home
13. Don't Know Why

EC
Delaney Bramlett (Guitar, Vocals)
Bonnie Bramlett (Vocals)
Rita Coolidge (Vocals)
Sonny Curtis (Vocals)
Jerry Allison (Vocals)
Dave Mason (Guitar)
Jim Price (Trumpet)
Bobby Keys (Sax)
Leon Russell (Piano)
Bobby Whitlock (Organ, Vocals)
Carl Radle (Bass)
Jim Gordon (Drums)





DICK CAVETT TV SHOW - Delaney & Bonnie

ABC TV Studios, New York -  February 5, 1970

 - - sb5

CD Tracks:
1. Introduction by Dick Cavett
2. Coming Home
3. Interview by Dick Cavett
4. Poor Elijah
5. Where's There's A Will, There's A Way (fade out)





LIVE AT THE FILLMORE EAST - Delaney & Bonnie

Fillmore East, New York -  February 6 & 7, 1970

Silver Horse - SH- 7003 A/B/C - - aud4

CD 1: 
Fillmore East -  February 6, 1970
1. Things Get Better
2. Poor Elijah
3. I Don't Know Why
4. Pour Your Love On Me
5. Rock and Roll Music
6. That's What My Man Is For
7. Will The Circle Be Unbroken
8. Where's There's a Will There's a Way
9. Crossroads

CD 2:
1. Coming Home
2. Little Richard Medley
Fillmore East -  February 7, 1970
3. Rock and Roll Music
4. Lay Down my Burden
5. Living On The Open Road
6. Alone Together
7. The Love Of My Man
8. Pour Your Love On Me

CD 3:
1. Soul Shake
2. Hard Luck And Trouble
3. Only You Know And I Know
4. Coming Home
5. Where There's a Will There's a Way
6. Little Richard Medley

The Band:
Delaney Bramlett guitar, vocals
Bonnie Bramlett vocals
Eric Clapton guitar, vocals
Carl Radle bass
Jim Gordon drums
Bobby Whitlock organ, vocals
Jim Price trumpet, trombone
Bobby Keys saxophone
Tex Johnson conga, bongos
Rita Coolidge vocals





BOSTON 1970 - Fleetwood Mac with Peter Green and Eric Clapton

Boston Tea Party, 15 Lansdowne Street, Boston, MA - February 8 (not 5th), 1970

no label -  - sb5

CD Tracks:
1. Unissued Jam Version 1 - BostonGold remastered and speed correction & EQ (16:53)
2. Unissued Jam Version 2 - BostonGold remastered and speed correction and NO EQ (16:53)
3. Unissued Jam Version 3 - Sidewindersf version NEWLY remastered WITH new BostonGold 6-minute ending with more extreme EQ (16:52)
4. Unissued Jam Version 4 - BostonGold RAW tape (dithered down from 48/16 to 44.1) (17:00)

Lineup (unconfirmed except Green and Clapton) - kneesfudd’s notes:
Peter Green - electric guitar
Eric Clapton - electric guitar
Danny Kirwan - electric guitar
John McVie - electric bass
Mick Fleetwood - drums
And… maybe Jeremy Spencer - electric guitar, though very likely Spencer was not on stage as he was coming and going during their sets and I don’t think there are four guitars here.

kneesfudd’s notes:
- UNISSUED Tea Party jam experience in auural technicolor
- From BostonGold’s 1st generation reel bby way of The Florida Kid
- Complete true stereo (!) upgrade: Remassters with and without EQ plus raw tape and new bonus version

- ABSOLUTELY NOT the same as Joe Walsh annd Clapton “Encore Jam” on Fleetwood Mac “Live At The Boston Tea Party” box set

- Also NOT the same as “On We Jam” on CD33 from that set
- this jam is NOT commercially released




SESSION MAN VOLUME 1 - Peter Green

Head -  

CD tracks:
  1. Evil Woman Blues - John Mayall "Raw Blues" LP 1966
  2. Little By Little - John Mayall/Paul Butterfield EP 1966
  3. Stone Crazy - w/Rod Stewart, Jack Bruce, Aynsley Dunbar LP 1967
  4. Man Of The World - Fleetwood Mac single 1969
  5. Somebody's Gonna Get Their Head Kicked In Tonight - Fleetwood Mac single 1969
  6. Before The Beginning - Clifford Davis single w/Fleetwood Mac 1969
  7. Man Of The World - Clifford Davis single w/Fleetwood Mac 1969
  8. Otis Spann & Earl Hooker - Blue Memphis LP w/Memphis Sun 1970
  9. Chicago Seven  - Blue Memphis LP w/Memphis Sun 1970
10. Wind Gonna Rise - Blue Memphis LP w/Memphis Sun 1970
11. Ju Ju - "Gass" LP w/ Bob Tench 1970
12. Black Velvet - "Gass" LP w/ Bob Tench 1970
13. Heavy Heart - Solo single 1971
14. No Way Out - Solo single 1971
15. Beasts Of Burbon - Solo single 1972
16. Instrumental Jam - "Boston Tea Party" February 12, 1970





THE SMOKE WALLS - Delaney & Bonnie

Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA -  February 21/22,1970

Mid Valley 323/324/325 -  - TBA

Disc 1: February 22, 1970 - Unedited Soundboard Source
  1. Things Get Better
  2. I Don't Know Why
  3. Will the Circle Be Unbroken
  4. Pour Your Love on Me
  5. Where There's a Will, There's a Way
  6. Crossroads
  7. Special Life
  8. Poor Elijah
  9. Coming Home
10. Little Richard Medley

Disc 2: February 22, 1970 - Edited Soundboard Source
  1. Things Get Better
  2. I Don't Know Why
  3. Will the Circle Be Unbroken
  4. Pour Your Love on Me
  5. Where There's a Will, There's a Way

  6. Crossroads
  7. Special Life
  8. Poor Elijah
  9. Coming Home
10. Little Richard Medley

Disc 3: February 21, 1970 - First Set (Audience Source)
  1. Things Get Better
  2. They Call it Rock and Roll Music
  3. Poor Elijah
  4. I Don't Know Why
  5. Only You Know and I Know
  6. Will the Circle Be Unbroken
  7. Where There's a Will, There's a Way
  8. Coming Home
  9. Little Richard Medley

Disc 4: February 21, 1970 = Second Set (Audience Source)
  1. Special Life
  2. Crossroads (with Jim Horn)
  3. Jam (with Jim Horn and JD Souther)
  4. I Can't Take it Much Longer
  5. They Call it Rock and Roll Music
  6. Everybody Loves a Winner
  7. Gimme Some Lovin'
  8. Where There's a Will, There's a Way
  9. I Don't Want to Discuss It






FILLMORE WEST - Delaney & Bonnie

Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA -  February 21,1970

 -  - aud5

CD 1: First Set
  1. Things Get Better
  2. They Call it Rock and Roll Music
  3. Poor Elijah
  4. I Don't Know Why
  5. Only You Know and I Know
  6. Will the Circle Be Unbroken
  7. Where There's a Will, There's a Way
  8. Coming Home
  9. Little Richard Medley

CD 2: Second Set
  1. Special Life
  2. Crossroads (with Jim Horn)
  3. Pygmy (with Jim Horn and JD Souther)
  4. When The Battle Is Over
  5. They Call it Rock and Roll Music
  6. Everybody Loves a Winner
  7. Gimme Some Lovin'
  8. Where There's a Will, There's a Way
  9. I Don't Want to Discuss It





LONDON RE-VISITED  - Howlin' Wolf

Charly Blues Masterworks Vol. 46

Charly CD BM 46 -  - sb6

Olympic Studios, London, UK - April, 1970

CD tracks:
  1. Killing Floor
  2. Going Down Slow
  3. I Want To Have A Work With You
  4. Who's Been Talking
  5. Little Red Rooster
  6. Built For Comfort
  7.What A Woman  
  8. Do The Do
  9. Highway 49
10. Worried About My Baby
11.Poor Boy
12. Wang Dang Doodle

NOTES:
Different release than the LP London Revisted - Howlin' Wolf/Muddy Waters.
Also contains different versions of "Poor Boy" and "Little Red Rooster".





LOST & FOUND VOL. 8  - Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones Rarities - Various Dates

-  - sb6

CD tracks:
  1. Love Rescue Me - Keith Richards on guitar with U2, 1988
  2. Little Girl - Ron Wood with Ian McLagan's Bump Band 1981
  3. Don't Be Cruel - Keith Richards
  4. Beedie Mix - Brian Jones presents The Pipes of Pan at Jajouka (based on "Your Eyes Are Like A Cup Of Tea), 1995
  5. Too Many Cooks - Mick Jagger 1974
  6. Bella - Bill Wyman perf. by The London Symphony Orchestra 1983
  7. What A Town - Ron Wood, guitar solo with Rick Danko 1977
  8. Y Spy - Keith Richards guitar with Bernie Worell 1990
  9. Is Winter Here To Stay? - Mick Jagger, guitar with Yoko Ono feat. John Lennon guitar 1972
10. Wild Thing - Ron Wood, bass with Marsha Hunt feat. Ian MvLagan 1971
11. That Feel - Keith Richards wit Tom Waits 1982
12. Going Down Slow - Charlie Watts & Bill Wyman with the late Howlin' Wolf feat. Eric clapton (out-take) 1970
13. Tankeray / Key To The Highway - Keith Richards with Johnny Johnson 1991
14. Apolitical Blues - Mick Taylor with Little Feat 1978
15. Rock & Roll - Ian Stewart piano & Led Zeppelin - 1971





SONGS FOR PATTI - George Harrison

648137-24-7 -  -

Abbey Road Studios, London - May 5, 1970.

CD tracks:
  1. Intro
  2. Wah Wah
  3. Sweet Lord
  4. Art of Dying
  5. If Not For You
  6. Behind the Locked Door
  7. Let It Down
  8. All Things Must Pass (false start)
  9. All Things Must Pass
10. Down The River
11. Wah Wah
12. Let It Roll
13. Awaiting on you all
14. Brian's Favourite
15. What Is Life?
16. All Things Must Pass
17. Behind the Locked Door
18. I Live For You
19. I Live For You
20. Apple Jam

EC
George Harrison (Guitar)
Dave Mason (Guitar)
Carl Radle (Bass)
Jim Gordon (Drums)
Ringo Starr (Drums)
Gary Wright (Keyboards)
Jim Price (Trumpet)
Bobby Keys (Sax)
Gary Brooker (Keyboard on "My Sweet Lord")

NOTAS:
This release is billed as "Eric Clapton and George Harrison" and is reportedly
an alternate mix of George's "All Things Must Pass" LP from acetates.

All vocals by George Harrison. EC is probably not on many of these outtakes,
and some of the songs are here in the version that was released on the
original album, or the released version minus the vocal tracks. The first
song entitled "I Still Love You" has been mistitled, but it is an unreleased
Harrison song and I don't know the correct title. The sound quality is equal
to that of the original album (now CD), and as such is a significant
improvement on "Songs for Patti - outtakes for the acetates". (R.B.)





APPLE JAM  - George Harrison with Derek and The Dominos

Amstel -  -

Abbey Road Studios & Trident Studios, London - May, June & July, 1970

CD tracks:
  1. Jam 1
  2. Jam 2
  3. Jam 3 / Apple Jam
  4. Brian's Favourite
  5. Wah Wah (Live)
  6. My Guitar Gently Weeps (Live)
  7. Awaiting On Your All (instrumental Demo)
  8. Let It Roll (Demo)
  9. What Is Life (Instrumental Demo)
10. My Sweet Lord (Demo)
11. Everybody, Nobody (Acoustic Demo)
12. Let It Down (Acoustic Demo)
13. I Dpn't Wanna Do It (Acoustic Demo)
14. Isn't It A Pity (Demo)





NUDITY - THE LOST RADLE TAPES

Mid Valley - MV 047/048 - - sb3/4

CD 1: THE LOST RADLE TAPES
 
1. Have You Ever Loved a Woman (Alternate Vocal Take #1)
  2. Have You Ever Loved a Woman (Alternate Vocal Take #2)
  3. Bell Bottom Blues (previously unreleased)
  4. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad (false start #1)
  5. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad (Alternate vocal take #2)
  6. Keep On Growing (instrumental)
  7. I Looked Away (Alternate vocal take #1)
  8. Tell the Truth (Backing Track Jam)
  9. Tell the Truth (Alternate Vocal Take #1)
10. I Looked Away (Rough Mix)
11. Jam (instrumental)
12. Nobody Knows You (When You're Down and Out) (instrumental)
13. Bell Bottom Blues (instrumenatl)

CD 2: THE LOST RADLE TAPES, JAMS AND LAYLA
  1. Anyday (alternate take)
  2. Jam (instrumental)
  3. Jam (instrumental)
  4. Layla - original mix
  5. Layla - Crossroads Box Set Mix
  6. Layla - "20th Annuversary Edition" Remix
  7. Layla - Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab Mix
  8. Layla - Japanese 3-inch single edit version





OFF THE CROSROADS

EC In Person - EIP 014/15 - - sb5

Recorded during:
the Layla sessions in Miami, 8/70 (1),
the "There's One In Every Crowd" sessions in Jamaica in 8/74 (2),
the "461 Ocean Boulevard" sessions, again in Miami in 4/74 (3)
and at the "Another Ticket" sessions in Nassau in 7/80 (4).

CD Tracks:
  1. Got To Get Better (1)
  2. Evil (1)
  3. Snake Lake Blues (1)
  4. One More Chance (1)
  5. Mean Old Frisco (1)
  6. Roll It Over (1)
  7. Tell The Truth (1)
  8. Burial (2)
  9. Watchya Gonna Do (2)
10. Give Me Strength 1 (3)
11. Give Me Strength (3)
12. Say Hello To Billy Jean (4)
13. Blues Instrumental (4)
14. Jam in E 1 (3)
15. Jam in E 2 (3)
16. B Minor Jam 1 (3)
17. B Minor Jam 2 (3)
18. Jam (?)
19. Meet Me in the Bottom (3)

Total Time : 47:01/48:31

Lineup (1) - EC/Duane Allman (Slide Guitar)/Dicky Betts (Guitar)/
Bobby Whitlock (Organ)/Gregg Allman (Piano)/Berry Oakley (Bass)/
Butch Trucks (Drums)/Jim Gordon (Drums)/Carl Radle (Bass)
Lineup (2) - EC/Carl Radle (Bass)/Jamie Oldaker (Drums)/Dick Sims (Keyboards)/
Yvonne Elliman (Vocals)/George Terry (Guitar)/Marcy Levy (Vocals)
Lineup (3) - EC/Carl Radle (Bass)/Jamie Oldaker (Drums)/Dick Sims (Keyboards)/
Yvonne Elliman (Vocals)/George Terry (Guitar)
Lineup (4) - EC/Albert Lee (Guitar, Vocals)/Dave Markee (Bass)/
Henri Spinetti (Drums)/Gary Brooker (Keyboards, Vocals)
Peter Tosh plays guitar and vocal on tracks (2)





U.K. 1970

Unknown venue, city, UK; August 1970. Live during first leg of first Dominos tour between August 1 and 22

no label  - - aud4

CD tracks:
1. Roll It Over 7:32 
2. Blues Power 7:17 
3. Have You Ever Loved A Woman 5:09 
4. Bad Boy 10:21 
5. Country Life 0:18






ROLL IT OVER

Marquee Club, Wardour Street, London-Soho - August 11, 1970

Colosseum - 97-C-027 - - aud3

CD tracks:
1. Roll It Over
2. Blues Power
3. Have You Ever Loved A Woman
4. Any Day
5. Bad Boy
6. Bottle Of Red Wine
7. Little Wing
8. Tell The Truth
9. Country Life

NOTES:
Concert performed before going to Miami to record 'Layla' album.





THE MARQUEE CLUB, LONDON

Marquee Club, Wardour Street, London-Soho - August 11, 1970

mp3 version - - aud3

CD tracks:
  1. Introduction
  2. Roll It Over
  3. Blues Power
  4. Have You Ever Loved A Woman
  5. Any Day
  6. Bad Boy
  7. Bottle Of Red Wine
  8. Little Wing
  9. Tell The Truth
10. Country Life
11. I Don’t Know Why (cuts





ANY DAY

Pavillion Bournmouth, Dorset, England - August 18, 1970

Killing Floor - KF 98015 - 2 - - aud2/3

CD tracks:
1. Roll It Over
2. Blues Power
3. Have You Ever Loved A Woman
4. Bad Boy
5. Country Life
6. Any Day
7. Lonesome And A Long Way From Home
8. Bottle Of Red Wine
9. Let It Rain

NOTE:
Bottle Of Red Wine is only the beginning of the song and the ending of an uptempo version of Tell The Truth





THE MIAMI SESSIONS

Criteria Studios, Miami, FL - August 27, 1970

The Swinging Pig - TSP 045 - - sb6

CD Tracks:
1. Miami Jam #1
2. Miami Jam #2
3. Miami Jam #3
4. Miami Jam #4

Eric Clapton: guitar, vocals
Bobby Whitlock: keyboards, vocals
Carl Radle: bass
Jim Gordon: drums
Duane Allman: slide guitar
Dicky Betts: guitar
Gregg Allman: piano
Berry Oakley: bass
Butch Trucks: drums





DEREK IS ERIC

Scorpio - 96-1070 - - sb4

Criteria Studios, Miami, FL (1-13) - August & September 1970
Olympic Studios, London, UK (14) - April 14, 1971

CD Tracks:
  1. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad #1
  2. Bell Bottom Blues (instrumental)
  3. I Looked Away #1
  4. Have You Ever Loved A Woman #1
  5. Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out (instrumental)
  6. Have You Ever Loved A Woman #2
  7. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad #2
  8. Keep On Growing (instrumental)
  9. I Looked Away #2
10. Any Day
11. Tell The Truth (backing track jam)
12. Tell The Truth
13. Instrumental Jam #7
14. Evil

Notes:
Alternate takes and mixes from the "Layla" sessions, except for "Evil" which is from the 
unreleased 2nd Dominos album sessions. Several songs are incomplete.





LAYLA THE COMPLETE OUTTAKES

The Satanic Pig TSP-DD1 - - sb4

Criteria Studios, Miami, FL (1-13) - August & September 1970

CD Tracks:
   1. I Looked Away (Rough Mix)
   2. I Looked Away
(Rough Mix)
   3. Bell Bottom Blues
(Basic Track with false start)
   4. Bell Bottom Blues
(Basic Track with guitar overdub)
   5. Keep On Growing
(Basic Track)
   6. Nobody Knows You
(Basic Track)
   7. Nobody Knows You
(Alternate Mix with false start)
   8. Any Day
(Alternate Take)
  9. Tell the Truth
(Backing Jam)
10. Tell the Truth
(Rough Mix)
11. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
(Alternate Take 1)
12. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
(Alternate Take 2 with false start)
13. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
(Unreleased Mono from test acetate)
14. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
(Alternate Take)
15. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
(Alternate Master rough mix)
16. Layla
(Guitar Overdub)
17. Layla
(from "Tom Dowd & the Language of Music")





YOU CAN ALL JOIN IN 1969-1970 - Blind Faith & Derek & The Dominnos



Wildcard Label - - TBA

1-5: Alameda Country Coliseum, Oakland (California) - August 14, 1969
6-9: Derek & The Dominoes Autumn 1970 USA Tour

CD tracks:
BLIND FAITH
  1. Well Allright
  2. Presence of the Lord 
  3. Sea Of Joy
  4  Means To An End
  5. Do What You Like
DEREK & THE DOMINOS
  6. Got To Get Better In A Little While  
  7. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad?
  8. Presence Of The Lord
  9. Little Wing
10. Bonus Track





LYCEUM BALLROOM 1970 (1)

Lyceum in The Strand, Lyceum Ballroom, London - October 11, 1970

- aud4

CD tracks:
  1. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad?
  2. Tell The Truth
  3. Blues Power
  4. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
  5. Keep On Growing
  6. Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out
  7. Bottle of Red Wine
  8. Little Wing
  9. Roll It Over
10. Bell Bottom Blues
11. Let It Rain





LYCEUM BALLROOM 1970 (2)

Lyceum in The Strand, Lyceum Ballroom, London - October 11, 1970

- aud2

CD Tracks:
1. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad?
2. Tell The Truth
3. Blues Power
4. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
5. Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out
6. Bottle of Red Wine
7. Little Wing
8. Roll It Over
9. Bell Bottom Blues (incomplete)





LIVE AT THE ELECTRIC FACTORY

Electric Factory Theatre, Philadelphia - October 16, 1970

ALBATROSS RECORDS AR-002 - - sb3

Limited edition 350 copies

CD1:
1.Ramblin' on My Mind
2. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad?
3. Blues Power
4. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
5. Mean Old World
6. Motherless Children
7. Let it Rain





ELECTRIC FACTORY

Electric Factory Theatre, Philadelphia, October 16, 1970 (early show)

DEEP SIX-5 - - aud3

CD1:
1.Ramblin' on My Mind
2. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad?
3. Blues Power
4. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
5. Mean Old World
6. Motherless Children
7. Let it Rain





VILLAGE RECORDERS TAPES

Village Recorders, San Francisco, California
Santana Recording Session With Eric Clapton & Neal Schon - October 18, 1970

 Mid Valley 130 - - aud3

CD tracks:
1. Jam 1
2. Jam 2
3. Jam 3
4. Jam 4
5. Jam 5
6. Jam 6
7. Jam 7

Probable lineup:
Carlos Santana - guitar
Gregg Rolie - keys, vocals
Neal Schon - guitar
David Brown (or Tom Rutley) - bass
José “Chepito” Areas - timbales
Mike Carabello (or Marcus Malone) - congas
Michael Shrieve - drums
Eric Clapton - guitar

And so the story goes…

“By the time the Dominos arrived in Berkeley in October 1970, Eric [Clapton] had heard about a young teenage kid called Neil Schon, who was creating quite a stir on the local scene. He was recording with Santana at the Village Recorder in San Francisco and Eric and some of the Dominos went down to check him out. Before long the Santana band and Eric and company were jamming away.

“What you’ll hear here is the result of that informal meeting. Eric was certainly impressed and invited young Neil to play with him and the Dominos at their Berkeley shows. The shows were so good that Eric asked him to join the band. He declined and went on to be a key member in Santana and later formed Journey. He remains one of the world’s most inventive guitarists.”

This session has been circulating since 2002 when Mid Valley put it out. While the jam did take place, some fans felt that November 18 might be the correct date since Neal Schon played with the Dominos on the 19th. Another fan mentioned that the session involved the Santana band and only Clapton and not the rest of the Dominos (in spite of what the title says). Listening to the disc, one is likely to agree that this was probably the case.

By October or November 1970, Santana (the band) were in superb form - they already had two hit albums under their belt and, though untitled here, Jam #3 is an instrumental version of Everything’s Coming Our Way, which would appear on Santana III (1971). And even then, Santana was already trying out jazz - Jam #6 sounds like free form jazz led by a blistering trumpet attack. And Clapton, who was on top of the game, had Layla in the can - the album would be released by the December 1970.






THIRD ALBUM SESSIONS & REHEARSALS - Santana

Wally Heider Studios & Columbia studios, San Francisco - October or November 1970 & January 24, 1971

 - 
- sb6

CD 1:
  1. Jungle Strut (Alternate Take) (5:07)
  2. Everybodys Everything (Inst.Jam) (4:18)
  3. Ballin (Outtake) (6:12)
  4. Folsom Street (Outtake) (8:30)
  5. Friedneckbones & Home Fries (Outtake) (5:16)
  6. Guajira (Demo) (5:26)
  7. Tune In (Reharsal (3:16)
  8. Blues Jam ? (5:58)
  9. Everything Is Coming Our Way (Inst.) (3:26)
10. Batuka (Jam With Blues) (6:42)
11. Reharsal Jam 1 (22:35)

CD 2:
  1. Reharsal Jam 2 (6:29)
  2. Jungle Strut (Expanded) (5:29)
  3. Ballin (Expanded) (6:26)
  4. Folsom Street (Expanded) (10:43)
  5. Gumbo (Alternate Take) (4.29)
  6. Jungle Strut (Alternate Take 2) 5.29)
  7. Toussant L’overture (Alternate Take) (4.39)

CD1 - Sessions at Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco, Nov 1970
CD2 - Sessions At Columbia Studios, San Francisco Jan 24 1971

According to Santana fan HermanLR (Thanks!), Disc 1, Tracks 7 to 12 and Disc 2, Track 1 are from another session - The Santana Band with Eric Clapton. “It’s Clapton sitting in with the Santana band as they were rehearsing… While it’s not known for certain, it is most likely to have been at Wally Heider Studios in San Francisco. It’s most commonly dated as October 18, 1970. Wrong again. Both bands were on the East Coast, Santana in Miami on the 17 and Derek & The Dominos in Philadelphia on the 17. It’s known that it happened during D&D’s two-night stand in Berkeley, which took place on November 18 and 19.





LIVE AT THE FILLMORE (4cd box) 



Fillmore East, NYC, NY Complete shows - October 23 & 24, 1970

Tarantura - FE70-1/2/3/4 - - sb6



CD1:
1. Got To Get Better In A Little While
2. Key To The Highway*
3. Tell The Truth
4. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
5. Blues Power*
6. Have You Ever Loved A Woman*

CD 2:
1. Bottle Of Red Wine
2. Presence of the Lord*
3. Little Wing
4. Let It Rain
5. Crossroads



CD 3:
1. Got To Get Better In A Little While**
2. Blues Power
3. Have You Ever Loved A Woman
4. Key to the Highway
5. Tell the Truth**
6. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out

CD4:
1. Let It Rain**
2. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad**
3. Bottle Of Red Wine **
4. Roll It Over
5. Little Wing**

* Previously unreleased officially; ** Previously unreleased anywhere (S.Y. / R.B.)
Both shows are complete.
CD 1 - 67:48 2nd show on 23/10/70
CD 2 - 48:33 2nd show on 23/10/70
CD 3 - 56:06 2nd show on 24/10/70
CD4 - 52:40 2nd show on 24/10/70





ROLL IT OVER (The Easy Rider Generation In Concert)

Fillmore East, NYC, NY - October 23 & 24, 1970
Rainbow Theatre, London, 1973 

The Easy Rider Years Live - 9409273 - - sb6

CD tracks:
1. Got To Get Better In A Little While
2. Bottle Of Red Wine
3. Key To The Highway
4. Badge
5. After Midnight
6. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out
7. Presence of the Lord
8. Little Wing
9. Roll It Over

Tracks 1,2,3,6,7,8: recorded live at the Filmore East, NY 23-24.10.1970
Tracks 4,5,9: recorded live at the Rainbow Theatre, London 1973





COMPLETE FILLMORE TAPES

Paddington 30-39 - - Aud/Sbd

New York, New York - October 23/24, 1970

Disc 1: October 23, Early Show - Audience Source
1. Introduction
2. Got to Get Better in a Little While
3. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
4. Blues Power
5. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
6. Tell the Truth
7. Presence of the Lord

Disc 2: October 23, Early Show - Soundboard Source
1. Introduction
2. Got to Get Better in a Little While
3. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
4. Presence of the Lord
5. Little Wing

Disc 3: October 23, Late Show - Audience Source
1. Introduction
2. Got to Get Better in a Little While
3. Key to the Highway
4. Tell the Truth
5. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
6. Blues Power
7. Have You Ever Loved a Woman

Disc 4: October 23, Late Show - Audience Source
1. Bottle of Red Wine
2. Presence of the Lord
3. Little Wing
4. Let it Rain
5. Crossroads

Disc 5: October 23, Late Show - Soundboard Source
1. Got to Get Better in a Little While
2. Key to the Highway
3. Tell the Truth
4. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
5. Blues Power

Disc 6: October 23, Late Show - Soundboard Source
1. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
2. Bottle of Red Wine
3. Presence of the Lord
4. Little Wing
5. Let it Rain
6. Crossroads
Disc 7: October 24, 1970 - Late Show, Audience Source
1. Blues Power
2. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
3. Key to the Highway
4. Let it Rain

Disc 8: October 24, 1970 - Late Show, Audience Source
1. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
2. Presence of the Lord
3. Bottle of Red Wine
4. Roll it Over
5. Little Wing

Disc 9: October 24, 1970 - Late Show, Soundboard Source
1. Introduction
2. Got to Get Better in a Little While
3. Blues Power
4. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
5. Key to the Highway
6. Tell the Truth

Disc 10: October 24, 1970 - Late Show, Soundboard Source
1. Nobody Knows You
2. Let it Rain
3. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
4. Presence of the Lord
5. Roll it Over
6. Little Wing





12073 1970 USA TOUR - THE GUITAR CASE



Tarantura - - Aud/Sb

VOLUME I

CD 1 & 2: Fillmore East, New York - October 23, Late Show - Soundboard Source
  1. Got to Get Better in a Little While
  2. Key to the Highway
  3. Tell the Truth
  4. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
  5. Blues Power
  6. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
  7. Bottle of Red Wine
  8. Presence of the Lord
  9. Little Wing
10. Let it Rain
11. Crossroads

CD 3: Fillmore East, New York - October 23, Early Show - Audience Source
  1. Introduction
  2. Got to Get Better in a Little While
  3. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
  4. Blues Power
  5. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
  6. Tell the Truth
  7. Presence of the Lord

CD 4 & 5:
Music Hall, Cincinatti - November 26, 1970 - Audience Source
  1. Introduction
  2. Got To Get Better In A Little While
  3. Roll It Over
  4. Blues Power
  5. Stormy Monday
  6. Tunning / Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
  7. Little Queenie
  8. Sweet Little Rock'n'Roller
  9. Tell The Truth
10. Let It Rain
11. Every Day I Have The Blues

VOLUME 2

CD 1 & 2: Fillmore East, New York - October 24, 1970 - Late Show, Soundboard Source
  1. Intro / Got to Get Better in a Little While
  2. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
  3. Presence of the Lord
  4. Blues Power
  5. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
  6. Key to the Highway
  7. Bottle of Red Wine
  8. Roll it Over
  9. Let It Rain
10. Tell the Truth
11. Nobody Knows You
12. Little Wing

CD 3 & 4: Fillmore East, New York - October 24, 1970 - Late Show, Audience Source
  1. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
  2. Presence of the Lord
  3. Blues Power
  4. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
  5. Key to the Highway
  6. Bottle of Red Wine
  7. Roll it Over
  8. Let It Rain
  9. Little Wing

CD 5 & 6: Curtis Nixon Hall, Tampa, Florida - December 1, 1970 - Audience Source
  1. Introduction
  2. Layla
  3. Got to Get Better in a Little While
  4. Key to the Highway
  5. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
  6. Blues Power
  7. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
  8. Bottle of Red Wine
  9. Let It Rain





IS DEREK, NOT BUFFALO

Kleinhans Music Hall, Buffalo, NY - October 29, 1970

- - aud3

CD tracks:
1. Got to Get Better in a Little While
2. Key to the Highway
3. Tell the Truth
4. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
5. Blues Power (incomplete)

This recording is NOT in fact from Buffalo but from the Fillmore Concert, NYC, on November 23, 2nd show. 





SUBSTANCE VOL. 1

The Eternal Records - ECDX 506/624 042-2 - - sb6 (sb5 for Radle tape)

Recorded at Miami 1970 plus live tracks from Fillmore East 23/10/70 early show.
* Carl Radle's private tape
** Live

CD 1:
The Jams - Unreleased
  1. Jam VI
  2. Jam VII
  3. Jam VIII
  4. Jam IX
  5. Jam X

CD 2:
The Jams - Original Rough Mix
  1. Jam I
  2. Jam III
  3. Jam IV
  4. Jam V

CD 3:
Carl Radle's Private Tape
  1. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad (Take 1)*
  2. Keep on Growing*
  3. I Looked Away (Take1)*
  4. Tender Love*
  5. Tell the Truth*
  6. I Looked Away (Take 2)*
  7. Jam I (Alternate Take)*
  8. Bell Bottom Blues (Take 1)*
  9. Anyday*
10. Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out*
11. Have You Ever Loved a Woman (Take 1)*
12. Have You Ever Loved a Woman (Take 2)*
13. Bell Bottom Blues (Take 2)*
14. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad (Take 2)*

CD 4:
Live Tracks
  1. Got to Get Better in a Little While**
  2. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad**
  3. Presence of the Lord**
  4. Little Wing**
  5. Jam V(Alternate Take)

Lineup varies between tracks but this is the core of musicians featured:
EC
Duane Allman (Slide Guitar)
Dicky Betts (Guitar)
Bobby Whitlock (Organ)
Gregg Allman (Piano)
Berry Oakley (Bass)
Butch Trucks (Drums)
Jim Gordon (Drums)
Carl Radle (Bass)





SACRAMENTO

Memorial Auditorium, 1970 - November 17, 1970

- aud2

CD tracks:
1. Stormy Monday
2. Key to the Highway
3. Keep On Growing
4. Got to Get Better In a Little While
5. Blues Power
6. Have You ever Loved a Woman
7. Tell the Truth
8. Why Does Love Got to be So Sad





EC SHUFFLE BLUES

Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA - November 18, 1970

Buffalo Stomp - BS-002-1DD - - aud3

CD tracks:
1. Got to Get Better In a Little While
2. Blues Power / Have You Ever Loved a Woman?
3. Tell the Truth
4. Presence of the Lord
5. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad?
6. Everyday I Have the Blues
7. Little Queenie / Sweet Little Rock and Roller





LITTLE WING

Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA - November 19, 1970

Blackie - 12/13 -  - sb3

CD 1:
1. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad?
2. Tell The Truth
3. Key To The Highway
4. Got To Get Better in a Little While
5. Mean Old World
6. Little Wing

CD 2:
1. Blues Power
2. Have You Ever Loved a Woman?
3. Let It Rain
4. Chuck Berry Medley

Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
Bobby Whitlock - keyboards, vocals
Carl Radle - bass
Jim Gordon - drums
Neil Schon - guitar





KNIGHTS IN BLUE DENIM

Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA - November 19, 1970

Mid Valley 076/077 -   - aud3

CD 1:
1. Got To Get Better in a Little While
2. Key To The Highway
3. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad?
4. Tell The Truth
5. Mean Old World

CD 2:
1. Little Wing
2. Blues Power
3. Have You Ever Loved a Woman?
4. Let It Rain





LET'S PLAY DOMINO

THE GODFATHERECORDS G.R. 528 -  - sb4

Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA on November 20, 1970 (afternoon show)

CD Tracks:
1. Got to Get Better In a Little While
2. Key to the Highway
3. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad?
4. Blues Power
5. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
6. Tell the Truth
7. All Night Long - Derek's Boogie *
8. Let it Rain
BONUS TRACKS: Music Hall, Cincinnati, Oh, November 26, 1970
9. Everyday I Have The Blues **

* Delaney Bramlett: vocals
** BB King: guitar & vocals





THE MAJESTIC STAND

Empress Valley - EVSD13/14/15/16 -  

VOLUME 1
Recorded at the Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA on October 16, 1970 - sb4

Track List:
1. Ramblin' On My Mind
2. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
3. Blues Power
4. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
5. Mean Old World
6. Motherless Children
7. Let it Rain

VOLUME 2
Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA on November 20, 1970 (afternoon show) - sb4

Track List:
1. Got to Get Better In a Little While
2. Key to the Highway
3. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad?
4. Blues Power
5. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
6. Tell the Truth
7. All Night Long - Derek's Boogie
8. Let it Rain

VOLUME 3
Recorded live at the evening show at the Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, on November 20, 1970 - sb4

Track list
Disc 1:
1. Got to Get Better in a Little While
2. Key to the Highway
3. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
4. Blues Power
5. Stormy Monday
6. Tell the Truth

Disc 2:
1. Let it Rain
2. Every Day I Have the Blues

EC
Jim Gordon: Drums
Bobby Whitlock: Keyboards
Carl Radle: Bass
Delany Bramlett: Slide Guitar on CDs 2-4





G

Music Hall, Cincinatti - November 26, 1970

Mid Valley - MVR-113-2 -  - aud4

CD 1:
1. Got To Get Better In A Little While
2. Roll It Over
3. Blues Power
4. Stormy Monday
5. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad

CD 2:
1. Little Queenie
2. Sweet Little Rock'n'Roller
3. Tell The Truth
4. Let It Rain
5. Every Day I Have The Blues

"Let It Rain" & "Every Day I Have The Blues" recorded at the Marquee, London on
August 8, 1970





GARAGE

Music Hall, Cincinatti - November 26, 1970

ASTEROID AR-07-1-2 - - aud2

CD 1:
1. Got To Get Better In A Little While
2. Roll It Over
3. Blues Power
4. Stormy Monday
5. Chuck Berry Medley:
     Hey Little Queenie 
     Sweet Little Rock'n'Roller

CD 2:
1. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
2. Tell The Truth
3. Let It Rain
4. Every Day I Have The Blues

"Let It Rain" & "Every Day I Have The Blues" recorded at the Marquee, London on
August 8, 1970





SPEED FREAKS

Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, Missouri - November 27, 1970

Mid Valley 300 - - aud2

CD Tracks:
1. Layla
2. Roll It Over
3. Blues Power
4. Stormy Monday
5. Got to Get Better in a Little While
6. Nobody Knows You
7. Tell The Truth
8. Let It Rain





THE SEVEN PULSATING NOTES

Painters Mill Music Fair - Owings Mills, Maryland - November 29, 1970

Mid Valley 111/112 - - aud2

CD 1:
1. Layla
2. Bell Bottom Blues
3. Blues Power
4. Stormy Monday
5. Tell The Truth

CD 2:
1. Got to Get Better in a Little While
2. Little Wing
3. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
4. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
5. Let It Rain





SOUL MATES 2

Curtis Nixon Hall, Tampa, Florida - December 1, 1970

Mid Valley 25/26 -
- Aud 3

CD 1:
1. Layla
2. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad?
3. Blues Power
4. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
5. Bottle of Red Wine
6. Got to Get Better in a Little While

CD 2:
1. Key to the Highway
2. Let it Rain

Outtakes for the Dominos Second Album recorded at Criteria studios during August and 
September 1970, and Olympic Studios in London, England on April 14, 1971:

3. Jam
4. Chocolate
5. Snake Lake Blues
6. Mean Old Frisco
7. High
8. I've Been All Day
9. Got to Get Better in a Little While
10. One More Chance
11. It's Hard to Find a Friend
12. Till I See You Again

EC
Jim Gordon (Drums)
Bobby Whitlock (Keyboards)
Carl Radle (bass)
D. Allman (Guitar)





SOUL MATES TWIN FLAMES

Curtis Nixon Hall, Tampa, Florida - December 1, 1970

Mid Valley 309/10 - - Aud 3

CD 1:
1. Layla
2. Got to Get Better in a Little While
3. Key to the Highway
4. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad?

CD 2:
1. Blues Power
2. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
3. Bottle of Red Wine
4. Let it Rain






FEAST AWAY



Capitol Theater, Portchester, NY - December 5, 1970

Zigzag - - various

CD 3 (early):
1. Tell The Truth
2. Little Wing
3. Blues Power
4. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
5. Let it Rain

CD 4 (late):
1. Why Does Love Got to be So Sad
2. Blues Power
3. Stormy Monday
4. Key to the Highway
5. Tell The Truth

CD 5 (late):
1. Bottle Of Red Wine
2. Got to Get Better in a Little While
3. Crossroads





CAPITOL THEATRE, PORT CHESTER, NY

  

Capitol Theater, Portchester, NY - December 5, 1970 (late show)

 - - au5 (Remastered without EQ from 1st generation original taper safety reel)

CD tracks:
1. Why Does Love Got to be So Sad
2. Blues Power
3. Stormy Monday
4. Key to the Highway
5. Tell The Truth
6. Bottle Of Red Wine
7. Got to Get Better in a Little While
encore:
8. audience cheering
9. Crossroads





FINAL ACT

Suffolk Community College, Selden, New York - December 6, 1970

Zeus Z2024001 - - aud3

CD tracks:
1. Keep On Growving
2. Tell The Truth
3. Stormy Monday
4. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
5. Blues Power
6. Have You Ever Loved A Woman
7. Little Wing
8.  Got To Get Better In A Little While

This was the final live performance of Derek and the Dominos.





LAYLA AND OTHER ASSORTED UNRELEASED SONGS

Yellow Dog - YD 040 - - qun

outtakes and live

CD tracks:
  1. Layla (out of tune version) - Studio Outtake
  2. Nobody Knows You When You Are Down and Out - Alternate Mix With False Start
  3. Key to the Highway - Fillmore East, October 23, 1970 (early show)
  4. Little Wing - Fillmore East, October 23, 1970 (early show)
  5. Nobody Knows You When You Are Down and Out - Fillmore East, October 23, 1970 (early show)
  6. It's Too Late - Stereo Live Ryan Auditorium, Nashville, Johnny Cash Show, 1970
  7. Got to Get Better in a Little While - Stereo Unaired Outtake Live, Ryan Auditorium, Johnny Cash Show, 1970
  8. Son of Apache - 2nd studio LP outtakes
  9. Snake Lake Blues - 2nd studio LP instrumental outtake
10. High - Dominos Instrum. Version Later As Song On 2nd studio LP
11. Untitled Instrumental - Unfinished Outtake 2nd studio LP
12. One More Chance - Outtake, No Vocals, Alternate To Crossroads





THE DOMINO THEORY  - Blind Faith / Derek & The Dominos

A WORLD OF MUSIC DD-6970-A -

CD tracks:
1. Cool Breeze - 12:36
2. Hard To Cry Today - 9:58 - Blind Faith
3. Bottom Line Blue/Take One - 12:31
4. Bottom Line Blue/Take Two - 9:20

Track 1,3,4 are D&D jams. Haven't correlated them with the others
Track 2 is a live Blind Faith performance. Also haven't correlated it.





BLIND DOMINOES - Blind Faith / Derek & The Dominos

Keep On Keeping On Music - KOKO-003 (1994) GERMANY -

June 7, 1969 - Hyde Park, London, UK (1-4)
November 5, 1970 - Johnny Cash TV Show, Nashville, TN (5-10)
September 22, 1970 - L'Olympia, Paris, France(11)
October 29, 1970 - Kleinhall's Music Hall, Buffalo, NY(12)
Total Time - 72:13

CD Tracks:
  1. Well Alright
  2. Sea of Joy
  3. Sleeping in the Ground
  4. Under Me Thumb
  5. It's Too Late
  6. Got To Get Better in a Little While
  7. Matchbox #1
  8. Matchbox #2
  9. Matchbox #3
10. Blues Power
11. It's My Life Baby
12. Got to Get Better in a Little While

Tracks 1-4 (Blind Faith):
Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
Steve Winwood - guitar, organ, vocals
Rick Grech - bass
Ginger Baker - drums

Tracks 5-12 (Derek & The Dominos):
Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
Bobby Whitlock - keyboards, vocals
Carl Radle - bass
Jim Gordon - drums
with:
Johnny Cash - guitar, vocals (7-9)
Carl Perkins - guitar, vocals (7-9)
Buddy Guy - guitar (11)
Junior Wells - harmonica, vocals (11)