Call Number: ML419.C58A3 2007
A memoir of the classic blues and rock musician, Clapton is an intimate disclosure of his upbringing, longstanding addictions, and recovery. Clapton writes about the drugs he turned to and eventually the clinic he started for substance abuse recovery. The musician also recounts his diligence when he discovered his talent for music, the origin of certain songs, interactions with other influential musicians, and musical goals he had for different periods. Clapton also explores his obsession with the woman behind “Layla”, “Wonderful Tonight”, and “Bell Bottom Blues”.