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"Seven-and-a-half minutes of pure musical joy: "That's All Right, Mama," "Blue Moon Night of Kentucky," "Night Train To Memphis," "Amen," "Glad All Over" (not to be confused with the Dave Clark song of the same...

Understand that each time there was turnover they had to learn to play the other guys parts, and they were on tour. After Beck got well and rejoined The Birds they introduced the future: Two Lead Guitars doing Hard Psychedelic Rock and releasing the Classic Acid Tune:...

Cream had an inordinate influence on future groups like: The Zepp, Jeff Beck and Deep Purple in the U.K.; and after touring in the U.S. southern rock groups including: The Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd and later the Canadian stars Rush. They all followed Cream's...

The great song: LAYLA, was first released on the DEREK AND THE DOMINO'S album, but it was very much a personal song for ERIC CLAPTON and his unrequited love for GEORGE HARRISON'S wife the beautiful model: PATTIE BOYD.

He said that the inspiration was a Persian Fable abo...

The great song: LAYLA, was first released on the DEREK AND THE DOMINO'S album, but it was very much a personal song for ERIC CLAPTON and his unrequited love for GEORGE HARRISON'S wife the beautiful model: PATTIE BOYD. He said that the inspiration was a Persian Fable ab...

Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood - Can't Find My Way Home 

One of the first of the great Super Groups was Blind Faith, following Cream and Traffic, teaming up Steve Winwood Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker.  The songs and musicianship were amazing.  One of their be...

March 30, 2015

I was a little surprised to see this, film of a younger Eric Clapton demonstrating how to play the electric guitar.  Whether or not you’re interested in that subject, watching Clapton at this stage is fascinating.  He’s pretty hippied-out, complete with a turquois squa...

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