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Clapton : the autobiography
Eric Clapton
Adult Nonfiction ML419.C58 A3 2007

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Ted's Review said:
I have to give credit to Clapton for his honesty. However, his level of social immaturity is appalling, and it’s almost unbelievable how much of his life he spent drunk or stoned or both. It’s eye-opening what happens when someone like Clapton gets everything he wants, whenever he wants it and how childish he is. Despite all of this, the book is worth reading. A review of this book could be summed up: drugs, sex, and rock and roll.
posted Jan 13, 2008 at 4:45PM
JulieAnn said:
I agree with Ted’s Review. I lost respect for Clapton due to his social immaturity. Some of these ,I agree with Ted’s Review. I lost respect for Clapton due to his social immaturity. Some of these
posted Nov 19, 2008 at 12:15AM
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