Being new, my first ever post, I'll try to make it short.
When Clapton is good, it is a wonderful thing.
When he's not, well, he's not.
I suspect anyone who can combine two different styles of woodworking or
has the potential of beautiful work. In my own experience though, if I
don't stay focused on the overall end product, I lose my place and
either end up making a mistake or abandoning
a project all together.
Could Clapton have been just filling out his obligations to a record
deal or his debtors when
he was obviously not up to his regular high standard?
Sometimes the old tools give me a chance to escape the noise and the
pressure of tight
scheduling commonly associated with my real job in the construction
Unplugged music gives artists like Clapton a chance to express the
evolving of his soul
through the relaxed atmosphere created by the lack of tails and
switches and control
Less pressure = more time to be creative and reflective. Isn't that why
artists of all sorts go far away from their normal living conditions to
get focused? Is my shop out back far enough
away to bring out the best work I am capable of? I guarantee you when
the dust collector is on or the shop vac is screaming in my ears. I am
not aware of the person who is about to touch me and scare the living
$#!+ out of me!
.02 from a new guy.
mac davis wrote:
Speaking of Eric Clapton, he and his cohorts of Cream are showing up on my
local PBS weekly pledge drive. When I listen to Cream I have say those
three guys,(Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce) were the best at
their craft. The music it timeless!
"you can lead them to LINUX
but you can't make them THINK"
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