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24 Nights is a live album by Eric Clapton, recorded at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England in 1990 and 1991. It was released on October 8, 1991. The album is a “best of” from the 32 concerts Eric Clapton did at the Royal Albert Hall in 1990. Clapton set a new record by playing in 1991 a run of 24 nights at the London Royal Albert Hall between February 5 and March 9 following the 18 nights run from 1990.
These concerts were performed with 4 different instrumental formations, 4-piece, blues, 9-piece and orchestra nights, the last featuring the National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Michael Kamen.
Signed and numbered by the Sir Peter Blake
This collaboration between Sir Peter Blake, Eric Clapton and Alan Cristea has produced a typical Sir Peter Blake image, whilst capturing the style of the Eric Clapton 24 Nights concerts. This was further reinforced by Sir Peter Blake’s love of Eric Clapton’s music with the album being born from the culmination of Eric Clapton’s or ‘Slow Hands’ performances held at the Royal Albert Hall ovr 1990 & 1991. The print