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Eric Clapton DVD "The 1970s Review" scheduled to drop on March 11

Fans of legendary guitarist Eric Clapton who have seen the film "Eric Clapton - The 1960s Review" will soon be able to pick up the ax man's story a decade later with "Eric Clapton - The 1970s Review," a new title from the See of Sound imprint set for a March 11 release.

"Eric Clapton - The 1970s Review"
"Eric Clapton - The 1970s Review"
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The '70s found Clapton reinventing himself multiple times, first as a player with Delaney & Bonnie and Friends, then with Derek and the Dominoes where he shared guitar duties with the also legendary Duane Allman, and finally, about the middle of the decade, as a solo artist. The film features lots of rare footage of Clapton in performance as well as interview segments both newly shot and from the era.

Contributing to the film's commentary are Willie Perkins, Bobby Whitlock, George Terry, Bonnie Bramlett, the Albert Brothers, Bill Halverson and Clapton biographer Marc Roberty.

Pre-order "Eric Clapton: The 1970s Review" at the See of Sound website.