Clapton


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Clap·ton

(klap'tŏn),
Edward, English physician, 1830-1909. See: Clapton line.
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And the dashboard of the 612 has a plaque fitted by the factory that says 'Built for Eric Clapton'.
In the 1960s Clapton had an immense role in broader music and cultural history.
Clapton used to hang a lit cigarette off the end of his guitar's headstock.
Even though they were married for 10 years, she was less flattering of Clapton, saying: "Eric loves himself.
What is happening to us, for f***'s sake?" The rant, which echoed Birmingham-born MP Powell's 'Rivers of Blood' speech - made eight years earlier at the nearby Midland Hotel - has resurfaced with the screening of the biographical documentary Eric Clapton: Life in 12 Bars.
Bringing The Beatles to a music doc is like introducing a gun to a knife fight, and even in his own film Clapton plays second fiddle to the Fab Four.
Clapton, the only three-time inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, has achieved great success over the course of his career.
Two years later, Boyd married with pictures Clapton Harrison's close friend Eric Clapton.
Despite being hampered by health concerns, Clapton released his 23rd studio album entitled Still Do last month, but has quit touring since it has become quite unbearable.
RICHARD DYE, Linthorpe, Middlesbrough Mike Hall, |lead singer of Eric Clapton tribute band Classic Clapton, who played Middlesbrough Theatre, above, for the first time in September
-- For Eric Clapton, the early 1970s were filled with drug addiction, personal difficulties and growing dissatisfaction with music.
The Rolling Stones may have played in Israel this summer, but Eric Clapton played at Auschwitz.