Crossroads: The Life and Music of Eric Clapton

Crossroads: The Life and Music of Eric Clapton

Michael Schumacher / Jul 14, 2020
Crossroads The Life and Music of Eric Clapton From the moment he burst on to the music scene in Eric Clapton forever changed the face of the blues guitar His brilliant musicianship inspired his fans in London to scrawl graffiti in the under
  • Title: Crossroads: The Life and Music of Eric Clapton
  • Author: Michael Schumacher
  • ISBN: 9780806524665
  • Page: 488
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the moment he burst on to the music scene in 1965, Eric Clapton forever changed the face of the blues guitar His brilliant musicianship inspired his fans in London to scrawl graffiti in the underground train proclaiming, Clapton is God Nearly forty years later, this multi million selling, Grammy award winning virtuoso guitarist is still winning adulation from a whFrom the moment he burst on to the music scene in 1965, Eric Clapton forever changed the face of the blues guitar His brilliant musicianship inspired his fans in London to scrawl graffiti in the underground train proclaiming, Clapton is God Nearly forty years later, this multi million selling, Grammy award winning virtuoso guitarist is still winning adulation from a whole new generation of fans.Crossroads, the definitive portrait of the man and his music, reveals with compassion and insight both the depths of Clapton s pain and the roots of his musical power Michael Schumacher traces his career from the early years of the Yardbirds and John Mayall to the legendary supergroups Cream and Derek and the Dominoes to the solo career that has lasted a quarter of a century Crossroads also explores the tumultuous life his heroin addiction, the excruciating relationship with Patti Boyd George Harrison s wife and the woman who inspired the classic Layla , the year of 1990 when he lost four close friends, and the devastating death of his four year old son Connor the following year Both revealing and sympathetic, this is the ultimate look at the enduring legend who transformed personal suffering into lasting artistic triumph Revised and updated to include details on Clapton s new marriage and his recent recordings and tour Complete with a comprehensive discography and tour history
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    337 Comments

    1. This is my second reading of this book I d forgotten much of the detail about his life, but having read through it again, I can see why The book starts well with a great background to Clapton s life and progresses well through his formative years However, as one other reviewer mentioned, it gets monotonous when you reach the middle parts as it seems he follows a cycle of seclusion, drugs, recording, live performances, then repeats over and over.I m a huge Clapton fan and he inspired much of my e [...]


    2. I m reading this right now So far it s great The author really analyzes Eric s personality, which is the hallmark of a great biography I love Eric Clapton, so this book is a must read for anyone wanting to know about him and his music


    3. An informative and unbiased biography chronicling Clapton s career This book acts as a history lesson for all current and aspiring blues and 60 70s rock fans.


    4. I m a sucker for rock n roll biographies and this one is pretty good Fascinating to see the man behind the music i listened to absessively as a teen.


    5. I couldn t finish this book There s only so much of Eric Clapton that most of us can take and I read just enough to understand why.



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