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Which is the better version of "Layla," Derek and the Dominos, or Eric Clapton Unplugged? – BRI Trina ... See MoreSee Less

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Daniel SimmonsOriginal. But they aren't comparable. The original has a frantic desperate feel to it. The unplugged is from an older man, more calm and reserved.4   ·  23 hours ago

Scott TobyBoth are Clapton either way but the lead on Derek and the Dominoes is Duane Allman. Kind of like comparing apples and cucumbers4   ·  23 hours ago

Ryan BouslaughOriginal. It was rock and roll perfection and did not need a remake.1   ·  23 hours ago

Derek SpringerThe original. Much more emotion to it.1   ·  23 hours ago

Fred WhiteAre we going to debate "Hotel California" tomorrow?22 hours ago

Tracey DaggyDerek and the Dominoes...friggin' classic22 hours ago

Neil Komorowskithe original22 hours ago

Bill OakesThe original captures the angst that Eric was feeling. The unplugged version, while good (I mean, it IS Eric) loses that.23 hours ago

Jesse RudolphDerek and the Dominoes! How can you beat possibly the two greatest guitarist of all time playing together?23 hours ago

Tina DailyClapton23 hours ago

Amy KimballEric Clapton.23 hours ago

Luke ParmenterUnplugged23 hours ago

Corey MethvinI prefer Derek.....23 hours ago

John MattinglyBoth are excellent.23 hours ago

Tim WiseUnplugged is a REALLY good alternative version to the original.23 hours ago

Carrie CourterEric Clapton23 hours ago

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