Eric Clapton - Blues For Hubert 
The Apollo Theater 
New York, NY 
Febraury 24, 2012 

01 - Key To The Highway (Eric Clapton and James Cotton) 
02 - Shake For Me (with Gary Clark Jr.) 
03 - Little Baby (with Gary Clark Jr.) 
04 - 44 Blues (with Gary Clark Jr. and Jody Williams) 
05 - Goin' Down Slow (with Keith Richards and Gary Clark Jr.) 
06 - Little Red Rooster (with Keith Richards, Eric Clapton and James Cotton) 
07 - Spoonful (with Keith Richards, Eric Clapton and James Cotton) 
08 - Wang Dang Doodle (All Musicians on stage) 
09 - Smokestack Lightning (All Musicians on stage) 

Source: CA-14 cards at rear of lower mezzanine, center > CA9100 > Edirol R-09HR @ 24/48 > Kingston SDHC > Audacity 1.3 Eqd, tracks split, downsampled to 16/44.1 > flac (level8) 
Taper: absnj 
Tweaked by ml13

House Band: 
Willie Weeks - Electric bass 
Larry The Mole Taylor- Standup Bass 
Billy Flynn- Guitar 
Eddie Taylor Jr.- Guitar 
Danny Kootch Kortchmar- Guitar 
Barrelhouse Chuck Goering- Upright piano 
Ivan neville- Organ, electric piano 
Jimmy Lee Keltner- Drums 
Steve Jordan- Drums, musical director 
Kim Wilson- Harp, vocals

absnj notes:
This was a benefit show for the Jazz Foundation of America, which helps impoverished musicians (not just jazz musicians) pay the bills for their basic necessities. It was to have been a celebration of Hubert's 80th birthday, but since he passed away, it became a memorial show. 

I have never experienced such a stunning array of talent displayed at a single show. I have tried my best with the track titles and artists on stage,but given the changes and number of artists, it was quite a chore- any corrections would be appreciated. There was a video played at the beginning of the show, but since I do not know its source and whether any of the music played was commercially released, I just left the last 30 or so seconds, per the suggestions of the mods. There were no cameras present to indicate a DVD was shot. A CD release would be very difficult, given the contracts of all the various artists, so enjoy it in its glory. 

Hats off the the 1500 seat Apollo Theater in Harlem. The venue did the show full justice.