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How Music Changed - 2009 Shows

Clapton spent approximately three years in self-induced exile, nurturing a heroin addiction while deliberately removing himself from his music. Doing ...read more


Once you start to pay attention to Clapton’s motivations and recognize the things that caused change in his life, it’s hard to fight the impression that he ...read more


When Delaney and Bonnie’s band fell apart, the remaining bandmembers came to Clapton, suggesting that they continue working, only with him as a bonafide ...read more


Until now, it seemed that Eric Clapton was just a restless soul. He left three bands due to his anxiety or discomfort (Yardbirds, Cream, Blind Faith), so ...read more


While in Cream, Clapton was discontented with the band’s direction and lack of camaraderie, so their break-up came as a relief. The problem, though, ...read more


It is particularly sad and poignant that Jack Bruce should pass away just as we start to cover the period of his professional life when he was most ...read more


Clapton’s musical life in the time just before he joined Cream was one of the busiest periods of his life. Before committing himself to Cream, he ran ...read more


While the rest of Great Britain’s young musicians were getting ridiculously famous in America, Eric Clapton spent a large part of 1965 woodshedding, honing ...read more


Eric Clapton left the Yardbirds due a purist ethic that could not accept being in a band that would deliberately seek fame and fortune at the expense of ...read more


It’s always exciting to start a new subject in our ‘How Music Changed’ series, and so we are psyched to start coverage of one of England’s most influential ...read more


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