Information Sheet of Tokyo Area
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Date City Hall
Dec. 1 (Sun) Yokohama / Yokohama Arena
Dec. 2 (Mon) Osaka / Osaka Castle Hall
Dec. 3 (Tue) Osaka / Osaka Castle Hall
Dec. 5 (Thu) Nagoya / Nagoya International Showcase Hall
Dec. 6 (Fri) Hiroshima / Hiroshima Sun Plaza
Dec. 9 (Mon) Fukuoka / Fukuoka International Center Hall
Dec.10 (Tue) Osaka / Osaka Castle Hall
Dec.12 (Thu) Osaka / Osaka Castle Hall
Dec.14 (Sat) Tokyo / Tokyo Dome (BIG EGG)
Dec.15 (Sun) Tokyo / Tokyo Dome (BIG EGG)
Dec.17 (Tue) Tokyo / Tokyo Dome (BIG EGG)
Note -- Tour Date Added
At first (on Oct.15th 1991), Ticket advertisement on newspapers,
we have 7 concerts(Dec.2,3,10,12 at Osaka Castle Hall,
Dec.14,15,17 at Tokyo Dome),
and sold 7concerts tickets on Oct.20th 1991.
But tickets sold very well, so added 4 concerts(Dec.1,5,6,9) later.
- George Harrison (Guitar)
- Eric Clapton (Guitar)
- Nathan East (Bass Guitar)
- Steve Ferrone (Drums)
- Chuck Leavell (Keyboards)
- Greg Phillinganes (Keyboards)
- Ray Cooper (Percassion)
- And Fairweather Low (Guitar)
- Katie Kissoon (Backing Vocal)
- Tessa Niles (Backing Vocal)
- I Want To Tell You
- Old Brown Show
- Give Me Love
- If I Needed Someone
- Fish On The Sand (Dec.1 & 2 only)
- Love Comes To Everyone (Dec. 1 only)
- What Is Life
- Dark Horse
------ Eric Clapton Part ------
- Old Love
- Wonderful Tonight
------ End of Eric Clapton Part ------
- Got My Mind Set On You
- Cloud 9
- Here Comes The Sun
- My Sweet Lord
- All Those Years Ago
- Cheer Down
- Devil's Radio
- Isn't It A Pity
------ encore.... ------
- While My Guitar Gentry Weeps
- Roll Over Beethoven
- Fender / Bassman (re-isuue model)
- Roy Buchanan / Bluesmaster Electoric Guitar No.6 by Fliz Bros.
- Gibson / J-2000 Custom Acoustic Guitar
- Fender / Unknown 12-strings Electric Guitar (Gold)
- Fender / Stratocaster Elic Clapton Model (Red)
- Gibson / Les Paul Standard '60
- James Demeter / Tube Direct
- MXR / Dynacomp
- Boss / CE3 Chorus
- Ibanez / Tube Screamer
- Ibanez / Digital Delay
- Soldano / Amplifier (sorry model number unknown)
- Fender / Stratocaster Elic Clapton Model (of cource, Black)
- Gibson / J-185 Acoustic Guitar
- Tri Stereo Chorus Model 618
- TC Electronics / 2290
- Pete Conish Rack
- Speaker: Showco / Prism System 5-way Speaker
- Power Amp: Macro-Teck / 2400
- Crossover Network: Showco / Custom (for 5-way system)
- Equalizer: Showco / DG-4023
- Noise Gate Limitter: Aphex / Unknown model number
- Compresser & Limitter: BSS / DPR402 and dbx / 903
- Mixer: Showco / Custom (32ch and 20ch)
- Lexicon / 480L, PCM42, PCM70
- AMS / N80PDL
- Yamaha / SPX900
HOW DID IT COME ABOUT?
George was suffering for went to tour or not for a long time.
(perhaps from late 80's, he got a big hit single 'Got My Mind Set On You'
and album "CLOUD NINE")
But in early 90's, Eric asked George went to Japan tour.
Because Eric thoughts perhaps tour started from US or Europe,
many ciritcs wrote criticize of tour on newspapers and magazines.
But Japan is far away from US or Europe,
and Eric felt that Japanese audience is good listeners.
But George didn't have band at that time, then Eric and his
supported band join in this tour.
---------- -- Begining Rehearsal for Japan Tour
At Bray Studio, Windsor, U.K. till Nov.24th.
On Nov.12th, Japanese Press Team come to studio,
and interviewed George and Eric. This interview
on TV (for example, Nov.24th "Subarasiji Nakamatati
II" on CBC/TBS), newspaper, and so on.
15:57(JST) -- Welcome!
At New Tokyo International Airport(Narita Airport).
13:02(JST) -- Press Conferance
At Capitol Tokyu Hotel
---------- -- Rehearsal
At Yokohama Arena
---------- -- Shopping
At Hankyu Department Store (Osaka)
---------- -- Off (Hiroshima Peace Park)
---------- -- Off (Fukuoka)
---------- -- Live Recording Start
---------- -- George had a little cold, went to Tanaka Clinic.
---------- -- George interview on-aired on Television
On Fuji-Television "Super Time", George interview
(recorded on Dec.12th) on-aired.
---------- -- Shopping
At International Market (Tokyo)
12:15(JST) -- Thnak you George & Eric! Good bye!
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