Eric Clapton's professional career is a true tale of incredible musical success, and legendary collaborations. His early work with super groups The Yardbirds and Cream would propel Clapton to the status of Britain's greatest blues guitarist well before he began his own mega-successful solo career. Shy to receive personal accolades, Clapton would score a number of hits through the 70's under the guise of Derek & The Dominoes hitting number one worldwide with the unforgettable "Layla".
The 80's saw Clapton retreat from the public eye, including a long hiatus due to personal issues. Clapton nevertheless stayed occupied, and formed collaborations with significant musical legends like Dylan, Roger Waters, Phil Collins, and many more.
1990 heralded a new beginning for Clapton's solo career and public life, most notably on stage. Clapton started that year on the road during what would become one of his most infamous tours starting with 23 consecutive sold out concerts at London's "Royal Albert Hall"!
This concert DVD recorded in Buenos Aires is one of the memorable tour stops during the South American leg of one of the artist's strongest years live on stage. Here you will find many of Clapton's most endearing and popular classics from his early formative years, mixed with his later number one hits.