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  • Plan to read the new Clapton autobiography?

    Are any of you juiced to read the new Eric Clapton autobiography?
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    I might...for its Beatle content.

    No, I won't. I don't even keep up with the Beatle books, though the Geoff Emerick one is mighty tempting.

    Clapton's reflections on his year(s) as God might be interesting.

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    • #3
      The Geoff Emerick book is very interesting. I say this and I'm not even a huge Beatles fan. I like 'em, but don't love 'em.
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      • #4
        I won't read EC's book because I personally cannot handle hearing any more detail about his son's death. It's one of the most tragic things I've ever been made aware of, and it gives me nightmares. I really don't like to play "Tears in Heaven" for that reason, even though it's a beautiful tune.

        So, no.
        Music, thoughts, stuff, and... I guess that's all

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        • #5
          After seeing EC on Larry King, I may give it a read.
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          • #6
            no
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            • #7
              I won't read EC's book because I personally cannot handle hearing any more detail about his son's death. It's one of the most tragic things I've ever been made aware of, and it gives me nightmares. I really don't like to play "Tears in Heaven" for that reason, even though it's a beautiful tune.

              So, no.


              You could just skip that part and read the rest.
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              • #8
                And yes I plan to read it.

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                • #9
                  I recently finished the Geoff Emerick book and would definitely recommend it. I've been on a musical hero biography kick. It started with a Hendrix book, then Jaco. I have a Miles Davis one started that I need to get back to.

                  I'll probably get to the Clapton book eventually. Maybe do a back to back with his ex-wifes book.
                  Something...

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