I have been a Clapton Superfan since the 60s but I haven't loved what I have heard since From the Cradle, barring a concert here or there or musical event. I have seen a few bands end up like this one. Ploddy old guys, most of them. The piano player is the main ploddier and he detracts horribly. Makes the performance worse than Spinal Tap-ish and I have to wonder does it embarass Clapton, for he looks pretty with it, but can't tell with this ploddiness. The set consists of classic Eric songs but he's snuffed most of them out by shuffling them down in temp. Well, it works with Layla, to some degree, at least when that version was new, but now it is getting oldish. They need to unshuffle the beat, speed up a bit, then burn down some barns and get some life in. Not for all of course, but rockers like Layla, Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad, Crossroads, even Cocaine, which was "shuffled" early on, but the hit record is fast and committed. It's mostly losing the quick spark of youth, slight delay in movement which marks the elder statesman. Step behind. Same thing has happened to Fleetwood Mac (2016) and was happening to Tom Petty, right before he died. It's too sad. I have measured music weeks, summers, years, decades by Clapton since 1965. Cream was my favorite band, hand's down. I used to say that if they came to my city, I would "crawl across the floor to the stage to you" (and that was before Layla). But they never came. At least after I was turned onto them by a classmate, before they got a lot of radio play; once they did, game over for everyone else. Cream was in the sky, all other bands down below. I do hope Eric makes band adjustments and keeps on going. I think if he has a fresh, youngish band, he has a few years in him yet.