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Eric Clapton and Friends - Self Denial

December 31, 2005 -> January 1, 2006 - Mid Valley "Limited Sampler" - TBA

Disc 1:
  1. Knock Ron Wood
  2. Reconsider Baby
  3. Ohh Poo Pa Doo
  4. Can't Judge a Book
  5. Hoochie Coochie Man
  6. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
  7. Sweet Little Rock and Roller
  8. Not Fade Away
  9. Black Jack
  10. Hand Jive
  11. Jerry Lee Song
Disc 2:
  1. In the Midnight Hour
  2. Stormy Monday
  3. Poison Ivy
  4. Irene
  5. Mojo
  6. Blueberry Hill
  7. Five Long Years
  8. A Whiter Shade of Pale
  9. Cocaine
  10. Little Queenie
  11. Kansas City

Visitor Comments:

I was getting ready to post the Setlists for EC's 2005 and 2006 Woking New Year's Eve shows on the ClaptonBoots forum but then I noticed that you reference a new Mid-Valley 'Limited Sampler' release of Self Denial on your site. I was at this show and the setlist indicated on the Mid-Valley release does not 100% match what was actually played. FYI, here is the correct setlist as written down by me during the performance.

1) Knock on Wood
2) Reconsider Baby
3) One Track Mind (Mid-Valley has "Ohh Poo Pa Doo" in its place)
4) You Can't Judge a Book
5) Hoochie Coochie man
6) Knockin' on Heaven's Door
7) Sweet Little Rock & Roller
8) Not Fade Away
9) Blackjack (Ray Charles)
10) Willie And The Hand Jive
11) Poor Old Joe (Old Black Joe) (Mid-Valley calls this "Jerry Lee Song")
12) In the Midnight Hour
13) Stormy Monday
14) Poison Ivy
15) Goodnight Irene
16) Got My Mojo Working
17) Blueberry Hill
18) Five Long Years
19) No Woman No Cry (Mid-Valley has "A Whiter Shade of Pale" in its place)
20) Cocaine
21) Little Queenie
22) Kansas City

This would not be the first time Mid-Valley has mis-identified songs. On "Trusted Servants and a Beatle" Woking 2004 they identify the first song on the second disc as "Bored - with Ringo" when it was actually "Boys" Lennon/McCartney.

"Jerry Lee song" could possibly be describing "Old Black Joe", but no one could mistake "No Woman No Cry" for "Whiter Shade of Pale"

Have you had a chance to listen to these discs? I suppose the two possibilities are Mid-Valley has simply mis-named the tracks, or the tracks are correct and the Mid-Valley master copy has been altered from what was actually played.