Clapton wonderful tonight unplugged. Eric Clapton

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Clapton wonderful tonight unplugged

The track came off so well that they abandoned the original words and thought up a new set of lyrics to go with the music. And this really was an opportunity it would have been childish to walk away from. That was it for me and then, when I went to explore his music, the song that always came back to me was an incredible version of Key To The Highway. He celebrated his sobriety with. He had fallen in love with her although she was married to his good friend, George Harrison. All of a sudden, Bruce played the now-famous bass riff.

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Clapton wonderful tonight unplugged

I'd actually heard a couple of gospel guys from Tulsa do a version and I thought, 'Well, if they can do it. I'm sure we've all been there - but this time for me it was different. I sang it a whole octave lower, which gave it a nice atmosphere. The song is mentioned in her autobiographical book. The riff came first and I just thought of the Vaughan brothers. Making it acoustic denied all the riffs which, I think, naturally became jazzier. Publication date 23 August 2007 Pages 320 Wonderful Today, subtitled The Autobiography, is the 2007 autobiography by English former and photographer , written with journalist and broadcaster.

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Clapton wonderful tonight unplugged

We came up with a drum program that was derived from a hit - I can't remember which one - we changed it a little and then wrote the words. . Andy Fairweather-Low and I were at my house doing some pre-rehearsal. It would disturb them to have someone else shoving something down their throat. It did not make it onto the official album. The episode of Flix was dedicated to the Rob Reiner film, The Story Of Us, for which Eric composed the soundtrack.

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Clapton wonderful tonight unplugged

That was the one that I thought somehow would, like Crossroads, capture the whole journey of being a musician and a travelling journeyman. But to see footage of Broonzy playing Hey Hey, this was a real blues artist and I felt like I was looking into heaven. In fact, it became the standard for the rest of the album. But in actual fact, it is quite cleverly anti-cocaine. So I wrote this song about that.

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Clapton wonderful tonight unplugged

When it talks about there will be no more tears in heaven, I think it's a song of optimism. Hear This Lesson: Rhythm Guitar The rhythm guitar part is the hardest of the two. Clapton said writing this song and other songs inspired by Conor helped him get through a very difficult patch in his life following Conor'ss death. If you study it or look at it with a little bit of thought. It's time to go home now And I've got an aching head, So I'll give her the car keys And she'll help me to bed.

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Clapton wonderful tonight unplugged

Writing that song was tuning back into that part of my musical heritage. He'd seen a clown with a knife, which I didn't see at all. It was very painful but I was obsessed with the notion that it would come to fruition if I just stayed there long enough. Although it sounds like a cold way of doing it, it actually took on it's own life. The single peaked at 3 on the , becoming the band's most successful single to date, also peaking high in several other territories, which was a first for the band. I mean it was an amazing thing. Clapton wrote the song about.

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