Runtime: 120 Mins
Classsification: PG
Mild themes and brief incidental nudity

Home Entertainment:
2 November 2011

ERIC CLAPTON - 1960'S REVIEW

Movie propaganda

Eric Clapton remains an undisputed icon of modern music. Arguably one of the finest guitarists of all time, with over fifty years in the business, Clapton established a dynamic reputation early on with his own unique blend of soulful Blues and cutting edge Rock'n'Roll. The 1960s provided an exciting platform for Clapton to stretch his musical talents and help pioneer an era - as an early member of the Yardbirds, a crucial element of the Bluesbreakers, a founding member of Cream and not to forget the short-lived  Blind Faith, Clapton's influence and omnipresence was indubitable. An insightful journey into the life and many achievements of a musician at the top of his game, The 1960s Review features rare archival interviews with the man and his many musician peers, containing seldom seen classic performances, photographs and location shoots lifted directly out of the archives. Including new interviews with the likes of John Mayall, Paul Jones, Neil Innes, Tom McGuiness, Chris Dreja, Top Topham, Ben Palmer, Dave Kelly and Cream producer Bill Halverson, The 1960s Review is a detailed celebration of old Slow Hand's inimitable grasp and influence on an entire era of music.


Target demographic movie keyword propaganda

  • music
  • rock

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  • Studios and distributors: Umbrella Entertainment