- SKU: 31334232
- Release Date: 07/08/2016
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As musician Eric Clapton has evolved over time, his reputation as one of the most talented guitarists in the world hasn't waned, but the details surrounding his origins have dimmed. Many have forgotten the fact that the singer-songwriter of such tunes as "I Shot the Sheriff" and "Tears in Heaven" created a sensation when he debuted in the 1960s, with his contributions to the ensembles The Yardbirds, The Bluesbreakers, Blind Faith and Cream - a music revolution rooted in Clapton's ability to seamlessly weave traditional blues into straightforward rock and produce a theretofore unheard genre. With all of this in mind, the documentary program Eric Clapton: The 1960s Review specifically hones in on the 1960s as Clapton's most vital decade, a peak period of creative expression for him. As such, the film tells the chronological story of Clapton's life and career over the course of the said decade. It includes archival interviews with Clapton, insights from his colleagues and contemporaries, vintage performance footage and photographs, and much more. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi
Eric Clapton: The 1970s Review
This musical release takes a look at the 1970's period in the career of British blues guitarist Eric Clapton, examining his collaborations with Delaney & Bonnie & Friends, Derek and the Dominoes, and more. ~ Cammila Collar, Rovi