I just got done reading Eric Clapton’s autobiography a couple of weeks ago. It spoke to me because nothing really ever seemed to satisfy him musically. He was always in search of this sort of purity, and that led him through several projects, each becoming well known in its own right. It was cool reliving all the years and thinking, “Hmmm, when I was doing this, Clapton was doing that… Kind of like watching Forrest Gump. It definitely answered a lot of questions. And I had never really gotten the full story of his son’s tragic accident. For all of his musical ventures, although he had not much good to say about it, my favorite Clapton era will always be the Cream years. Disreali Gears is my favorite album.
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