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Eric Clapton Key to the Highway Unplugged High Quality Live TV Recording

Eric Clapton's version of the song Key to the Highway, played during the Reptile tour on December 4, 2001 in Tokyo, Japan

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Key to the Highway - Eric Clapton
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Eric Clapton

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