Live at Montreux 1997 - feat Eric Clapton
- Eric Clapton
- Release: Out Now
Legends is one of the most musically accomplished supergroups of all time. With Eric Clapton on guitar, Joe Sample of The Crusaders on keyboards, virtuoso saxophone player David Sanborn and super session players Steve Gadd on drums and Marcus Miller on bass, both of whom have done time in Claptons band, the groups pedigree is extraordinary. The Legends band was put together by Marcus Miller for a European tour in 1997. They never made an album and this concert at Montreux is the only record of their stunning collaboration. The music is an intoxicating blend of jazz, blues and rock which gives each of the players a chance to shine but also emphasizes the wonderful chemistry they create as a group.