Eric Clapton
Chase Center
San Francisco, Ca
September 11, 2019

Recorded by Daspyknows 
Section 5 Row 6 3 seats off Dead Center
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Master 2019.076

01. Pretending 
02. Key to the Highway 
03. I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man 
04. I Shot the Sheriff 
05. Driftin' Blues 
06. Circus 
07. Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out 
08. Tears in Heaven 
09. Badge 
10. Holy Mother 
11. CrossRoads 
12. Little Queen of Spades 
13. Layla 
14. crowd
15. High Time We Went 

This was my first show at the new Chase Center in SF and it was the third
event at the venue. Typically I prefer to drive but after a long work day 
and realizing the Giants were also at home I knew traffic and $50 parking 
would be a nightmare. I decided to take public transit which took awhile 
but was easy. The only downside was I didn't have a place to stash gear 
in case of problems and I had no idea of how bad security would be. As it
turned out I had no problems. No food or drinks allowed but only a bottle 
of water was intercepted at the door. I met up with friends who flew out
from Boston and we found our seats. Jimmy Vaughan opened as usual for Eric
Clapton. The sound volume seemed low and while I enjoy Jimmy Vaughan I 
prefer him in smaller venues. After a short break Eric Clapton came out
and the crowd cheered loudly.While the crowd cheered loudly, overall it was
a good crowd for taping with minimal talking, screaming and people sitting. 
The show started with the standard set list. The playing was solid and the
video screen work was interesting. I couldn't help but note Chris Stainton 
was rocking a 49ers shirt. Clapton was also talkabtive noting the new venue 
and how he liked The Fillmore. During the acoustic portion of the show was the 
first surprise when Clapton played Circus. First time for me and didn't
really recognize it until I listened again on the way home. Coming out of 
the acoustic set the played a great version of Badge. Also, since Layla 
wasn't played acoustic the expectation was an electric Layla. We got the Layla
to end the set. For the encore Clapton broughtout a guest, Carlos Santana.
This was the 2nd time in 14 months for me. This time it was the highlight
of the show, Carlos brought out the best in Eric, Doyle and even coaxed a
mean bass solo out of Nathan East. All in all a fun night, but not quite a
night at the Royal Albert Hall.