Eric Clapton announces new tour doc

Eric Clapton has announced a new tour documentary for release later this year. Planes, Trains And Eric features live performances, interviews and "fly on the wall" footage from the Far and Middle Eastern leg of Clapton's 2014 tour. According to a report on Rolling Stone, the title will be released on DVD, Blu-Ray and other digital formats on November 4.

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Eric Clapton has announced a new tour documentary for release later this year.

Planes, Trains And Eric features live performances, interviews and “fly on the wall” footage from the Far and Middle Eastern leg of Clapton’s 2014 tour.

According to a report on Rolling Stone, the title will be released on DVD, Blu-Ray and other digital formats on November 4.

Recently, Clapton told Uncut that he’s thinking of quitting life on the road. “The road has become unbearable,” he said. “It’s become unapproachable, because it takes so long to get anywhere. It’s hostile – everywhere: getting in and out of airports, traveling on planes and in cars.”

The film includes 13 live performances.

The tracklisting for Planes, Trains And Eric is:

“Tell The Truth”
“Pretending”
“Crossroads”
“Driftin’”
“I Shot The Sheriff”
“Little Queen Of Spades”
“Layla”
“Wonderful Tonight”
“Key To The Highway”
“Before You Accuse Me”
“Tears In Heaven”
“Cocaine”
“Hoochie Coochie Man”
“High Time” (Credits – Audio Only)



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