Eric Clapton/Just Another 4th Night(Four Down One More To Go)(MK4>Nbox+)(T&J)

1. Concert & Torrent Info
(1) Artist:Eric Clapton
The Band
Eric Clapton-guitar, vocals
Andy Fairweather Low - guitar, vocals
Chris Stainton-piano, keyboards
Paul Carrack-organ, keyboards, vocals
Dave Bronze-bass
Henry Spinetti - drums
Dirk Powell - multi-instrumentalist
Michelle John- backing vocals
Sharon White- backing vocals

(2) Date: April 18th 2016
(3) Venue: Nippon Budokan, Tokyo Japan
(4) Disc Title & Catalog #: Just Another 4th Night(Four Down One More To Go) (T&J-TWOSP-135/136)
(5) The Production Team:
The Wall of Sound Project (the Box Lunch Project)
a. Tapers: Tom & Jerry
b. Sound Editor: The Naniwa Hot Brothers
c. Art Work Designer: Mickey Jaggar
(6) Artwork included.

2. Recording + Remastering Info
MK4>Nbox+>M-10(24bit/98kHz, line-in, Rec Level 4)>PC (WAV)>Transferred to Sound Forge Ver.10 Files (track split/Click&Crackle/ Normalize)> Transferred to FLC files

3. Quality;

4.Set List / File Info
April 18th 2016
00.01Pre-Show Announcement
00.02Pre-Show Music
01.Somebody's Knocking (J.J. Cale cover)
02.Key to the Highway (Charles Segar cover)
03.I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon cover)
04.Next Time You See Me (Junior Parker cover)
05.I Shot the Sheriff (The Wailers cover)
06.Circus Left Town
07.Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out (Jimmy Cox cover)
08.I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine (Bob Dylan cover)
09.I Will Be There
10.Cypress Grove (Skip James cover) 
11.Sunshine State 
12.Gin House (Amen Corner cover)
13.Wonderful Tonight 
14.Cross Road Blues (Robert Johnson cover)
15.Little Queen of Spades (Robert Johnson cover)
16.Cocaine (J.J. Cale cover)
17.High Time We Went (Joe Cocker cover) 
18.The Last Announcement

Here is the show review of the night 
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Clapton At The Budokan: Night Four
Published // 18.Apr.16

The fourth concert of Eric Clapton's Tokyo residency was "typical Clapton", with EC taking the audience on a musical journey. It's not a nostalgia driven show filled with "hear them everyday on the radio" hits. Despite being a septuagenerian, Eric is still experimenting with music while stamping each song with the guitar solos that made him famous. The set list for this run of shows is heavy on blues, with a handful of songs from his upcoming album, I Still Do, along with a deep cut - "Circus Left Town" - and a reggae-style re-fashioning of the radio and wedding staple, "Wonderful Tonight". "Key To The Highway" and "Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out" continue to evolve in the live arena and are far different than the versions recorded in 1970 with The Dominos or first performed in pubs on acoustic as a teenager. The only nod to Cream on this outing is "Crossroads."

Newcomer Dirk Powell has added a new dimension to the band's sound on a variety of instruments. Guitarist Andy Fairweather Low steps up to the mic for lead vocals on "Gin House". Paul Carrack is the featured vocalist on "Next Time You See Me" and the encore, "High Time We Went". Henry Spinetti - who first toured Japan with Eric in 1979 - keeps the beat behind the kit. The rhythm section is rounded out by Dave Bronze on bass. Chris Stainton on keys is EC's longest-serving bandmember and is featured on several songs, with monster solos during "Cocaine" and "Little Queen of Spades." Backing vocalists Michelle John and Sharon White "turn it up to 11" round out the band.