This is based on the Paddington bootleg.

Here is what did to that source:

a) Reversed the phase of all tracks from "White Room" to "Sunshine of your love". Channels were out of phase.

b) patched the second half of I SHOT THE SHERIFF from a master cassette recorded off the "Concierto FM" broadcast (the show was repeated several times during the next two or three years)
The Paddington release used a very bad sounding source for the second half of Sheriff and that resulted in a very abrupt transition to White Room. 
The soundboard comes in again when Eric starts singing White Room. I did my best to match the equalizing but you will probably notice the difference anyway 
The soundboard is much crisper of course, but the broadcast is more powerful, probably because of the eq and compression all radio stations use to "enhance" the sound.

c) Used my cassette transfer to replace "Crossroads" and "Sunshine of your love" as my copy was sonically superior to the one the Paddington version used.

d) Added "A Remark You Made" before Layla, also from my cassettes.

e) Did slight corrections to track indexes

f) removed some clicks using Adobe Audition 2.0

g) Converted to FLAC and added artwork (courtesy of someone who wishes to remain anonymous) with the title "Blueseando en Montevideo" (playing the blues in Montevideo) just to differentiate it from the Paddington version.

Btw I never understood why all silver bootlegs of this wonderful show had bits missing with so many repeats of the show being available to bootleggers.
The MONTEVIDEO BLUES silver bootleg was pre-FM too (just like the Paddington release) obviously leaked from the radio station but had several missing bits as we all know.
Several other shows that were also recorded by Concierto FM were available on silver bootleg and most of them had phase issues.
(Erasure in Montevideo, the two Argentina 88 Amnesty bootlegs with Gabriel/Sting/T Chapman/Springsteen/Youssou had phase issues...maybe the person who sold them to the bootleggers did it on purpose)

Also, if there is enough interest I may transfer the full FM broadcast and upload it so to have a more consistent version soundwise (hoping the two tapes are in good condition, I only transfered 3 songs for this upload)

Eric Clapton - Blueseando en Montevideo
Estadio Centenario, Montevideo, Uruguay - October 3, 1990

Disc 1:
1. Intro
2. Pretending
3. No Alibis
4. Running On Faith
5. I Shot The Sheriff
6. White Room
7. Can't Find My Way Home
8. Bad Love
9. Before You Accuse Me
10. Old Love

Disc 2:
1. Badge
2. Wonderful Tonight
3. Band Introductions
4. Cocaine
5. A Remark You Made
6. Layla
7. Crossroads
8. Sunshine Of Your Love

The Band:
Eric Clapton guitar, vocals 
Phil Palmer guitar 
Nathan East bass 
Steve Ferrone drums 
Greg Phillinganes keyboards 
Ray Cooper percussion 
Katie Kissoon backing vocals 
Tessa Niles backing vocals 

Disc 3 
Mick Taylor:
1. I Wonder Why 
2. Laundromat Blues 
3. Red House 
4. Goin' South 
5. You Gotta Move 

Joel Diamond - Keyboards 
Wilbur Bascomb Jr. - Bass 
Eric Parker - Drums
John Paris - Vocals/Harmonica