VA – A Concert By The Lake (2010) Label: Eagle Rock Entertainment Country: UK Genre: Rock, Blues, Jazz Quality: DTS-HD MA 5.1 48 kHz 2817 kbps 16-bit (DTS Core 5.1 48 kHz 1509 kbps 16-bit) Time: 01:52:45 Full Size: 2,21Gb
Known as Band du Lac, this stunning supergroup amassed at the historic Wintershall Estate in Surrey, England to play a benefit concert for HASTE – the Heart and Stroke Trust Endeavour. With Procol Harum’s Gary Brooker at the helm as musical director, guitarists Andy Fairweather Low and Mike Rutherford, keyboardist Paul Carrack, and drummer Henry Spinetti kept the crowd captivated through 23 beloved tracks, including “A Whiter Shade Of Pale” and a rousing rendition of “Tequila.” This night was also chockfull of guest appearances, including Eric Clapton (“Lay Down Sally,” “Willie & The Hand Jive,” “Cocaine”), Ringo Starr(“Photograph,” “With A Little Help From My Friends”), The Drifters (“Under The Boardwalk,” “Stand By Me”), Roger Taylor (“I Want To Break Free”) and Katie Melua (“The Closest Thing To Crazy”).
Setlist: 1. Tequila 2. Over My Shoulder (feat. Paul Carrack) 3. Reconsider Baby (feat. Eric Clapton) 4. Lay Down Sally (feat. Eric Clapton) 5. How Long (feat. Paul Carrack) 6. Willie & The Hand Jive (feat. Eric Clapton) 7. Crawling Up A Hill (feat. Kate Melua) 8. My Aphrodisiac Is You (feat. Kate Melua) 9. The Closest Thing To Crazy (feat. Kate Melua) 10. Lay My Burden Down (feat. Andy Fairweather Low) 11. Say It’s Not True (feat. Roger Taylor) 12. These Are The Days Of Our Lives (feat. Roger Taylor) 13. I Want To Break Free (feat. Roger Taylor) 14. This World Is Rich (feat. Gary Brooker) 15. Act Naturally (feat. Ringo Starr) 16. Photograph (feat. Ringo Starr) 17. With A Little Help From My Friends (feat. Ringo Starr) 18. A Whiter Shade Of Pale (feat. Gary Brooker) 19. Stormy Monday (feat. Eric Clapton & Chris Barber) 20. Under The Boardwalk (feat. The Drifters) 21. Stand By Me (feat. The Drifters) 22. Cocaine (feat. Eric Clapton) 23. I Can’t Dance (Everyone)
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