- 116 Pages
- Illustrated in B&W and Color
- Released: November 22, 2011
- Originally Released: 2011
- Publisher: Abstract Sounds Books, Ltd.
- Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
Description by OLDIES.com:
This is the true story of Eric Clapton tracing his career from obscurity to fame with the Yardbirds and on to international super stardom as a member of Cream, Blind Faith and as a solo icon. Featuring a masterful and comprehensive text packed with great photographs of Eric Clapton, this unique production also includes four documentary DVDs packed with candid film and audio interviews with Clapton insiders including Jack Bruce and Cream lyricist Pete Brown. Their views are compared and contrasted with the views of a leading team of music journalists and musicologists. This uncensored and independent title has not been viewed or approved by the artist or his management and is completely free to tell the unvarnished story of Eric Clapton as it really happened. The contents of this amazing book and DVD combination are completely essential reading and viewing for Clapton fans everywhere.
This documentary uses archival footage as well as interviews with various experts in order to trace the career of the revered rock guitarist Eric Clapton. The movie attempts to detail his early years with The Yardbirds through his successful stint in Cream, the formation of Derek & The Dominos, and his massive success as a solo artist.
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