Time Pieces Vol.II Live in the Seventies

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Timepieces Vol. II Live in the Seventies
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Genre Blues rock
Label Polydor
Producer Jon Astley
Eric Clapton chronology
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Timepieces Vol. II Live in the Seventies is the fourth live album released in 1983 by Eric Clapton.


Track listing

  1. "Tulsa Time" (Danny Flowers) – 4:02
  2. "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" (Bob Dylan) 06:27 - Previously unreleased
  3. "If I Don't Be There by Morning" (Bob Dylan, Helena Springs) 04:12
  4. "Ramblin' On My Mind" (Trad., arr. Eric Clapton) 08:54
  5. "Presence of the Lord" (Clapton) – with Derek and the Dominos 06:05
  6. "Can't Find My Way Home" (Steve Winwood)* - 05:21
  7. "Smile" (Chaplin, Parsons, Phillips)* - 3:41
  8. "Blues Power" (Clapton, Leon Russell) - 7:34

Produced by Jon Astley (except (*) produced by Tom Dowd)

1–4 and 8 – Recorded live December 1979 at the Budokan Theatre, Tokyo and, except for 2, previously released on Just One Night .
5 – Recorded live at the Fillmore East 1970 with Derek and the Dominos. Previously released on In Concert .
6 and 7 – Recorded live 20 July 1974 at the Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, California. Track 6 previously released on E.C. Was Here , Track 7 Previously released on the 10" RSO sampler album Prime Cuts in May 1975.


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