If ever a story about heroin abuse can have a sweet ending, then this Eric Clapton tale might be it
Thanks to Rufus Jones for sharing this anecdote about Eric Clapton’s 1970s excess, revealed in the latest biography of the great man by Philip Norman.
Here’s what Rufus says about it.
I’m not sure a heroin anecdote can be sweet, but this is about as Paddington as it can get. pic.twitter.com/gRoakZtx9f
— rufus jones (@rufusjones1) November 8, 2018
And here’s how the Times told the story.
Forget about the heroin, we’re more taken aback by the concept of a ‘live-in odd job man’. Rock and roll!
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