A new DVD taking a look at the music Eric Clapton made during the 1970s will be released on March 11. Eric Clapton: The 1970s Review focuses on the guitar legend's stylistic transition and emergence as a solo artist following his work with the 1960s supergroups Cream and Blind Faith .
The documentary examines the influence that the Americana music of The Band had on Clapton, and also delves into his collaboration with Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett and Friends , his formation of Derek and the Dominos with Duane Allman and the establishment of his full-fledged solo career. The video features rare concert footage, as well as archival and new conversations with Bonnie Bramlett, Derek and the Dominos keyboardist Bobby Whitlock , producer Bill Halverson , former Clapton sideman George Terry , biographer Marc Roberty , renowned rock journalist Anthony DeCurtis and more.
The DVD runs 151 minutes and is available for pre-order now at SeeofSound.com for a discounted price of $14.96. The video is a sequel to a DVD named Eric Clapton: The 1960s Review that was released in 2010.
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