DELANEY & BONNIE ‘On Tour with Eric Clapton’ 4CD

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40th anniversary edition features George Harrison, unreleased material from three U.K. shows

 For a brief moment in December 1969, Eric Clapton and George Harrison were in the same band — as backup players. Delaney & Bonnie & Friends, fronted by singer-guitarist Delaney Bramlett and his wife, Bonnie, was a sort of white man’s Ike and Tina Turner Revue. Between 1967 and 1972, Delaney & Bonnie whipped up a rousing blend of soul, gospel, blues, proto-Southern rock, and R&B — a sound so intoxicating that during a 1969 tour of England, both Clapton and Harrison sat in with their guitars. “The great thing about Delaney & Bonnie was that ability to get spontaneous,” Bonnie Bramlett recalls. “If you liked it, come up and get yourself some — you can do that too!”

That tour resulted in the Bramletts’ biggest-selling album, 1970’s On Tour With Eric Clapton