Ein Jahr bevor er den Hit schrieb, starb Claptons 4-jähriger Sohn Connor bei einem Unfall. Er fiel aus dem Stock einer Wohnung in New Work. Oder auch an den Sohn von Eric Clapton, Conor, der vor 24 Jahren aus dem Stock eines New Yorker Hochhauses fiel und starb. Clapton. So lauten die ersten Zeilen von Tears In Heaven, das Eric Clapton für seinen Sohn Conor geschrieben hat, der am März mit nur vier.
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Theres Essmann, Jahrgang , knüpft mit ihrer Novelle Federico Temperini an diesen Motivkomplex an. Jürgen Krause verdient, seit er vor 15 Jahren sein Studium an der Verwaltungshochschule nicht zuletzt wegen Prüfungsangst abgebrochen hat, seinen Lebensunterhalt als Taxifahrer in Köln.
Jürgens Ex-Frau Irene lebt mit dem gemeinsamen jährigen Sohn Leo und ihrem neuen Partner Ulrich längst in Augsburg. Krause sorgt sich, seinen Sohn, den er in der Regel nur noch zwei Tage im Monat sieht, vollends an Ulrich zu verlieren, scheint Leo doch auf Distanz zu seinem Vater zu gehen.
Krause übernimmt: Meist geht die Fahrt, deren Termine Krause ein paar Tage vorher erfährt, zur Philharmonie:. Irene hatte immer gewollt, dass ich wenigstens als Chauffeur arbeitete wie mein Vater, wenn ich schon unser Geld mit Autofahren verdiente.
Zumal er zunehmend fasziniert von und interessiert an Temperini ist, den ein Geheimnis zu umwehen scheint. Der von Legenden umrankte Teufelsgeiger aus dem Jahrhundert, bei dessen Spiel die Frauen reihenweise in Ohnmacht fielen, ist quasi der unsichtbare Dritte, der mit im Taxi sitzt.
Das Album August erreichte Platz 3 der britischen Hitparade. Ebenfalls trat Clapton bei einer Aftershow von Prince in London auf.
Geburtstag in St. Seit den er Jahren ist Clapton auch als Komponist für Filmmusik tätig. So arbeitete er zusammen mit Michael Kamen an dem Soundtrack Edge of Darkness und für die Filmreihe Lethal Weapon.
Clapton wurde in den ern und frühen ern von Gianni Versace eingekleidet. Anfang der er Jahre musste Clapton einige tragische Ereignisse durchleben.
Am August kam Stevie Ray Vaughan , der auf Einladung Claptons bei zwei Konzerten der Journeyman World Tour als Gastmusiker teilgenommen hatte, bei einem Helikopterabsturz ums Leben; am März starb sein viereinhalbjähriger Sohn Conor bei einem Sturz aus dem Stock eines Hochhauses in New York.
Teil seiner Trauerarbeit war der Song Circus. Auch die Ballade Tears in Heaven entstand zu dieser Zeit. Im Jahr erschien Claptons während der gleichnamigen MTV-Show live mitgeschnittenes Album Unplugged , dessen erster Titel das Bossa-Nova-Stück Signe im Fingerstyle  ist.
Die MTV Unplugged -Session brachte ihm sechs Grammys ein, etwa für Tears in Heaven mit Fingerstyle-Begleitung als bester Song des Jahres und für das Album Unplugged als bestes Album des Jahres.
Das Album enthält die Rockhits Pretending und Bad Love , die Clapton Platz 1 der Mainstream-Rock-Charts und einen Grammy für den besten Rocksong einbrachten.
Mit dem Album From the Cradle kehrte er zu seinen Blueswurzeln zurück. Auf dem von Simon Climie produzierten Album Pilgrim dominierten eher pop-orientierte Songs.
Seit Mitte der 90er wird Clapton von seinem engen Freund Giorgio Armani eingekleidet. Ende der er Jahre hatte er eine Beziehung mit der Musikerin Sheryl Crow.
Mit ihr hat er drei Kinder. Im selben Jahr versteigerte Clapton zum ersten Mal eine Auswahl seiner Gitarren und Verstärker zugunsten des Crossroads Centre.
Auf DVD erschien das dazugehörige Benefizkonzert In Concert: A Benefit for the Crossroads Centre at Antigua. Zudem erschien das Kompilation-Album Clapton Chronicles: The Best of Eric Clapton , auf dem der Song Blue Eyes Blue enthalten ist.
Der Song ist im Film Die Braut, die sich nicht traut Teil des Soundtracks. Recording of a second Dominos studio album was underway when a clash of egos took place and Clapton walked out, thus disbanding the group.
Allman was killed in a motorcycle accident on 29 October Clapton wrote later in his autobiography that he and Allman were inseparable during the Layla sessions in Florida; he talked about Allman as the "musical brother I'd never had but wished I did".
Another tragic footnote to the Dominos story was the fate of drummer Jim Gordon , who was an undiagnosed schizophrenic and years later murdered his mother during a psychotic episode.
Gordon was confined to years-to-life imprisonment, later being moved to a mental institution, where he remains today. Clapton's career successes in the s were in stark contrast with the struggles he coped with in his personal life, which was troubled by romantic longings and drug and alcohol addiction.
He nursed a heroin addiction , which resulted in a lengthy career hiatus interrupted only by performing at Harrison's Concert for Bangladesh benefit shows in New York in August ; there, he passed out on stage, was revived, and managed to finish his performance.
Clapton returned the favour by playing "The Preacher" in Ken Russell's film version of the Who's Tommy in His appearance in the film performing "Eyesight to the Blind" is notable as he is clearly wearing a fake beard in some shots, the result of deciding to shave off his real beard after the initial takes in an attempt to force the director to remove his earlier scene from the film and leave the set.
In , Clapton started living with Boyd they would not marry until and was no longer using heroin although he gradually began to drink heavily. He assembled a low-key touring band that included Radle, Miami guitarist George Terry , keyboardist Dick Sims who died in ,  drummer Jamie Oldaker , and vocalists Yvonne Elliman and Marcy Levy also known as Marcella Detroit.
With this band Clapton recorded Ocean Boulevard , an album with an emphasis on more compact songs and fewer guitar solos; the cover version of " I Shot the Sheriff " was Clapton's first number one hit and was important in bringing reggae and the music of Bob Marley to a wider audience.
The album There's One in Every Crowd continued this trend. The album's original title, The World's Greatest Guitar Player There's One in Every Crowd , was changed before pressing, as it was felt its ironic intention would be misunderstood.
The band toured the world and subsequently released the live LP E. Was Here. Highlights of the period include No Reason to Cry a collaboration with Bob Dylan and The Band ; Slowhand , which contained " Wonderful Tonight " and a second J.
Cale cover, " Cocaine ". In he performed as one of a string of notable guests at the farewell performance of The Band, filmed in a Martin Scorsese documentary titled The Last Waltz.
In , Clapton was invited by producer Martin Lewis to appear at the Amnesty International benefit The Secret Policeman's Other Ball in London.
Clapton accepted the invitation and teamed up with Jeff Beck to perform a series of duets — reportedly their first ever billed stage collaboration.
Three of the performances were released on the album of the show, and one of the songs appeared in the film.
The performances at London's Drury Lane theatre heralded a return to form and prominence for Clapton in the new decade.
Many factors had influenced Clapton's comeback, including his "deepening commitment to Christianity", to which he had converted prior to his heroin addiction.
After calling his manager and admitting he was an alcoholic, Clapton flew to Minneapolis—Saint Paul in January and checked in at Hazelden Treatment Center , located in Center City, Minnesota.
On the flight over, Clapton indulged in a large number of drinks, for fear he would never be able to drink again. Clapton wrote in his autobiography: .
In the lowest moments of my life, the only reason I didn't commit suicide was that I knew I wouldn't be able to drink any more if I was dead.
It was the only thing I thought was worth living for, and the idea that people were about to try and remove me from alcohol was so terrible that I drank and drank and drank, and they had to practically carry me into the clinic.
After being discharged, it was recommended by doctors of Hazelden that Clapton not partake in any activities that would act as triggers for his alcoholism or stress.
A few months after his discharge, Clapton began working on his next album, against doctors' orders. Working with Tom Dowd, he produced what he thought as his "most forced" album to date, Money and Cigarettes.
Clapton chose the name of the album "because that's all I saw myself having left" after his first rehabilitation from alcoholism. In he performed on former Pink Floyd member Roger Waters ' solo album The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking , and participated in the supporting tour.
Since then Waters and Clapton have had a close relationship. In they performed together for the Tsunami Relief Fund.
In they performed at the Highclere Castle, in aid of the Countryside Alliance, playing two set pieces of " Wish You Were Here " and " Comfortably Numb ".
Clapton, now a regular charity performer, played at the Live Aid concert at John F. Kennedy Stadium in Philadelphia on 13 July , playing with Phil Collins , Tim Renwick , Chris Stainton , Jamie Oldaker , Marcy Levy , Shaun Murphy and Donald 'Duck' Dunn.
As Clapton recovered from his addictions, his album output continued in the s, including two produced with Phil Collins, 's Behind the Sun , which produced the hits "Forever Man" and "She's Waiting", and 's August.
August was suffused with Collins's trademark drum and horn sound, and became Clapton's biggest seller in the UK to date, matching his highest chart position, number 3.
The album's first track, the hit "It's in the Way That You Use It", appeared in the Tom Cruise — Paul Newman film The Color of Money.
The horn-driven "Run" echoed Collins' " Sussudio " and other work, while "Tearing Us Apart" with Tina Turner and "Miss You" continued Clapton's more angry sound.
While on tour for August , two concert videos were recorded of the four-man band: Eric Clapton Live from Montreux and Eric Clapton and Friends.
Clapton later remade "After Midnight" as a single and a promotional track for the Michelob beer brand, which had also used earlier songs by Collins and Steve Winwood.
Clapton won a British Academy Television Award for his collaboration with Michael Kamen on the score for the BBC Television thriller series Edge of Darkness.
At the Brit Awards in London, Clapton was awarded the prize for Outstanding Contribution to Music. Clapton also got together with the Bee Gees for charity.
The supergroup called itself the Bunburys , and recorded a charity album with the proceeds going to the Bunbury Cricket Club in Cheshire , which plays exhibition cricket matches to raise money for nonprofit organisations in England.
The Bunburys recorded three songs for The Bunbury Tails : "We're the Bunburys", "Bunbury Afternoon" and "Fight No Matter How Long ".
The last song also appeared on The Summer Olympics Album and went to No. Collaborators included George Harrison, Phil Collins, Daryl Hall , Chaka Khan , Mick Jones , David Sanborn and Robert Cray.
The song " Bad Love " was released as a single and later won the Grammy Award for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance.
The s brought a series of 32 concerts to the Royal Albert Hall, such as the 24 Nights series of concerts that took place around January through February , and February to March On 30 June , Dire Straits, Clapton and Elton John made a guest appearance in the Nordoff-Robbins charity show held at Knebworth in England.
Then, on 20 March , Clapton's four-year-old son, Conor, died after falling from the 53rd-floor window of his mother's friend's New York City apartment at East 57th Street.
Conor's funeral took place on 28 March at St Mary Magdalene's Church in Clapton's home village in Ripley, Surrey.
He contributed guitar and vocals to "Runaway Train", a duet with Elton John on the latter's The One album the following year.
Clapton's grief was expressed in the song " Tears in Heaven ", which was co-written by Will Jennings. The album reached number one on the Billboard , and is certified Diamond by the RIAA for selling over 10 million copies in the US.
In Clapton received the Ivor Novello Award for Lifetime Achievement from the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors. On 12 September Clapton played a party for Armani at New York City's Lexington Armory with Greg Phillinganes , Nathan East and Steve Gadd.
Sheryl Crow appeared on one number, performing " Tearing Us Apart ", a track from August , which was first performed by Tina Turner during the Prince's Trust All-Star Rock show in It was Clapton's sole US appearance that year, following the open-air concert held at Hyde Park.
On 15 September , Clapton appeared at the Music for Montserrat concert at the Royal Albert Hall, London, performing "Layla" and "Same Old Blues" before finishing with "Hey Jude" alongside fellow English artists Paul McCartney , Elton John , Phil Collins, Mark Knopfler and Sting.
In Clapton had a relationship with singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow. They remain friends, and Clapton appeared as a guest on Crow's Central Park Concert.
The duo performed a Cream hit single, " White Room ". Later, Clapton and Crow performed an alternate version of "Tulsa Time" with other guitar legends at the Crossroads Guitar Festival in June as well as Robert Johnson 's blues classic " Crossroads " at London's Hyde Park in August with John Mayer and Robert Randolph.
At the 41st Annual Grammy Awards on 24 February , Clapton received his third Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance , for his song " My Father's Eyes ".
Clapton looked up to King and had always wanted to make an album with him, while King said of Clapton, "I admire the man. I think he's No. Clapton released the album Reptile in March One month after the 11 September attacks , Clapton appeared at the Concert for New York City , performing alongside Buddy Guy.
The concert included Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Jeff Lynne , Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers , Ravi Shankar , Gary Brooker , Billy Preston, Joe Brown and Dhani Harrison.
Johnson and Sessions for Robert J. Guitarist Doyle Bramhall II worked on the album with Clapton after opening Clapton's tour with his band Smokestack and joined him on his tour.
In , Rolling Stone ranked Clapton No. On 22 January , Clapton performed in the Tsunami Relief Concert held at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff , in aid of the victims of the Indian Ocean earthquake.
In May , Clapton, Jack Bruce, and Ginger Baker reunited as Cream for a series of concerts at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Concert recordings were released on CD and DVD. Later, Cream performed in New York at Madison Square Garden.
Clapton's first album of new original material in nearly five years, Back Home , was released on Reprise Records on 30 August. A collaboration with guitarist J.
Cale, The Road to Escondido , was released on 7 November , featuring Derek Trucks and Billy Preston Preston had also been a part of Clapton's touring band.
He invited Trucks to join his band for his — world tour. Bramhall remained, giving Clapton three elite guitarists in his band, allowing him to revisit many Derek and the Dominos songs that he hadn't played in decades.
Trucks remained on set afterward and performed with Clapton's band throughout his performances. In Clapton learned more about his father, a Canadian soldier who left the UK after the war.
Although Clapton's grandparents eventually told him the truth about his parentage, he only knew that his father's name was Edward Fryer. This was a source of disquiet for Clapton, as witnessed by his song " My Father's Eyes ".
A Montreal journalist named Michael Woloschuk researched Canadian Armed Forces service records and tracked down members of Fryer's family, and finally pieced together the story.
He learned that Clapton's father was Edward Walter Fryer, born 21 March , in Montreal and died 15 May in Newmarket, Ontario.
Fryer was a musician piano and saxophone and a lifelong drifter who was married several times, had several children, and apparently never knew that he was the father of Eric Clapton.
On 26 February , it was reported that North Korean officials had invited Clapton to play a concert in the communist state.
The two former Blind Faith bandmates met again for a series of 14 concerts throughout the United States in June Clapton's Summer Tour began on 3 May at the Ford Amphitheatre , Tampa, Florida , and then moved to Canada, Ireland, England, Norway, Iceland, Denmark, Poland, Germany, and Monaco.
On 28 June , he headlined Saturday night for Hard Rock Calling in London's Hyde Park previously Hyde Park Calling with support from Sheryl Crow and John Mayer.
In March , the Allman Brothers Band amongst many notable guests celebrated their 40th year, dedicating their string of concerts to the late Duane Allman on their annual run at the Beacon Theatre.
Eric Clapton was one of the performers, with drummer Butch Trucks remarking that the performance was not the typical Allman Brothers experience, given the number and musical styles of the guests who were invited to perform.
Songs like " In Memory of Elizabeth Reed " were punctuated with others, including " The Weight ", with Levon Helm ; Johnny Winter sitting in on Hendrix's " Red House "; and "Layla".
On 4 May Clapton appeared at the Royal Albert Hall, playing " Further on Up the Road " with Joe Bonamassa. Clapton was scheduled to perform at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 's 25th anniversary concert in Madison Square Garden on 30 October , but cancelled due to gallstone surgery.
Clapton performed a two-night show with Jeff Beck at the O 2 Arena in London on 13—14 February His third European tour with Steve Winwood began on 18 May and ended 13 June , including Tom Norris as opening act.
He then began a short North American tour lasting from 26 June to 3 July , starting with his third Crossroads Guitar Festival on 26 June at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Illinois.
Clapton released a new studio album, Clapton , on 27 September in the United Kingdom and 28 September in the United States. On 17 November , Clapton performed as guest on the Prince's Trust rock gala held at the Royal Albert Hall, supported by the house band for the evening, which included Jools Holland , Midge Ure and Mark King.
On 24 June , Clapton was in concert with Pino Daniele in Cava de' Tirreni stadium before performing a series of concerts in South America from 6 to 16 October He spent November and December touring Japan with Steve Winwood , playing 13 shows in various cities throughout the country.
On 24 February Clapton, Keith Richards , Gary Clark Jr. On 29 November , Clapton joined The Rolling Stones at London's O2 Arena during the band's second of five arena dates celebrating their 50th anniversary.
On 8 April , Eric and Hard Rock International launched the limited-edition Eric Clapton Artist Spotlight merchandise programme benefiting Crossroads Centre Antigua.
The album includes the original 14 tracks, remastered, as well as 6 additional tracks, including 2 versions of " My Father's Eyes ". The DVD includes a restored version of the concert, as well as over 60 minutes of unseen footage from the rehearsal.
On 13 and 14 November , Clapton headlined the final two evenings of the " Baloise Session ", an annual indoor music festival in Basel , Switzerland.
On 30 April , Clapton announced the release of The Breeze: An Appreciation of JJ Cale as an homage to J. Cale who died on 26 July This tribute album is named after the single " Call Me the Breeze " and comprises 16 Cale songs performed by Clapton, Mark Knopfler , John Mayer, Willie Nelson , Tom Petty and others.
Although he did return to perform one final song, thousands of fans were upset by the lack of explanation from Clapton or the venue and booed after the concert ended around 40 minutes before advertised to finish.
Both Clapton and the venue apologised the next day, blaming 'technical difficulties' for making sound conditions 'unbearable' for Clapton on stage.
Clapton performed two shows at Madison Square Garden in New York on 1 and 3 May followed by a 7-night residency at London's Royal Albert Hall from 14 to 23 May to celebrate his 70th birthday on 30 March.
Clapton has performed more times at Madison Square Garden than any other US venue, a total of 45 times.
On 30 September the live-album Live in San Diego was released. On 25 June , The New York Times Magazine listed Eric Clapton among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the Universal fire.
In November Clapton and Van Morrison collaborated on an anti-mask, anti-lockdown single called "Stand and Deliver" whose profits from sales will be donated to Morrison's "Lockdown Financial Hardship Fund".
Clapton cites Muddy Waters , Freddie King , B. King , Albert King , Buddy Guy , and Hubert Sumlin as guitar playing influences.
In his autobiography, Clapton referred to Muddy Waters as "the father figure I never really had. King in their album Riding with the King , with the music video for the title track seeing Clapton as the chauffeur with one of his idols in the back seat.
In Clapton released CDs and DVDs entitled Sessions for Robert Johnson , comprising covers of Robert Johnson songs using electric and acoustic guitars.
Clapton co-authored with others the book Discovering Robert Johnson , in which Clapton said Johnson was:. He was true, absolutely, to his own vision, and as deep as I have gotten into the music over the last 30 years, I have never found anything more deeply soulful than Robert Johnson.
Patricia lernte derweil in Deutschland einen anderen kanadischen Soldaten kennen, Frank McDonald.
Nach ihrer gemeinsamen Hochzeit zogen sie nach Kanada aufgrund Franks militärischer Karriere. Patricia bekam noch drei weitere Kinder.
Er verhielt sich in seiner Kindheit still und zurückhaltend. In der Schule galt er allerdings als ein überdurchschnittlicher Schüler mit einer ausgeprägten Begabung im künstlerischen Bereich.
Als einschneidendes Erlebnis bezeichnet Clapton bis heute sein neuntes Lebensjahr, dem Jahr, in dem er die wahren Hintergründe über seine leiblichen Eltern erfahren sollte.
Es passierte, als seine Mutter Patricia zu Besuch nach England kam. Die Konfrontation mit der Wahrheit war für den jungen Eric ein tiefer Schock.
Er distanzierte sich, wurde zunehmend launisch und stoppte seine Bemühungen für die Schule. Er fiel durch diverse Prüfungen und wechselte mehrmals die Schule.
Eine Perspektive im künstlerischen Bereich zeichnete sich jedoch ab. Nach einem Jahr Probezeit wurde er allerdings wegen fehlendem Engagement entlassen.
Der Grund: Eric hat die Musik - besser gesagt: den American Blues - für sich entdeckt. Eric Claptons frühzeitiges Musikinteresse hat er seiner musikalischen Familie zu verdanken.
Daher war es für sie auch selbstverständlich, Erics Geschenkewunsch zum Geburtstag, eine Gitarre, zu erfüllen. Claptons Interesse an Musik nahm jedoch rasch eigene Dynamiken an.
Seine akustische "Hoya" war allerdings dafür auf Dauer das falsche Instrument. Clapton lernte nun den elektrischen Blues.
In diese Zeit fiel Erics Karrierebeginn als Musiker. Mit Conor ändert sich für Clapton viel: Er schafft endlich einen erfolgreichen Entzug nach jahrelanger Alkoholsucht.
Die Erziehung überlässt er dabei jedoch komplett der Italienerin, weil er nach eigenen Aussagen selbst noch ein Baby sei und Lory das wunderbar hinbekomme.
Wir haben stundenlang Bälle auf der Terrasse herumgekickt oder sind im Garten herumspaziert. Er war wirklich ein kleiner Engel, ein göttliches Wesen.
Eric Clapton besucht das Paar und seinen Sohn dort und macht zum ersten Mal einen Ausflug mit Conor ganz allein: Vater und Sohn gehen am März zusammen in den Zirkus.
Conor redete die ganze Zeit und war besonders von den Elefanten begeistert. Zum ersten Mal habe ich erkannt, was es bedeutet, ein Vater zu sein.
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