Eric Clapton's 1992 MTV Unplugged set was yet another chapter in the history of one of the greatest guitar players the world has ever seen. In addition to reworking his classic "Layla" with more of a jazz feel, and introducing new songs "Tears in Haeven" and "My Father's Eyes," the man known as Slowhand also took on a number of blues classics like "Nobody Knows You When You're Down & Out" which is being released for the first time in a new deluxe reissue set to be released on October 15th.
Also of interest is this promo video which includes an interview with Eric Clapton discussing the classic London performance:
Check out the Unplugged: Expanded and Remastered 2 CD / 1 DVD Deluxe Edition at Eric Clapton's online store.
Via: Rolling Stone