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I do love George Harrison's music- and I know that there were times where George was very realistic and moral while other times completely unable to deal with the challenges of stardom- and his attempt to make sense of it all in his searching for a deeper meaning to life.
Nevertheless- Clapton was obsessed with Boyd but his own drug addiction probably led to him not even being able to remember all the details when he was creating the song in the studio.
He has been a decent session guitar player, but I would not count him among the greats like Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, Larry Carlton, or George Harrison even.
Hendrix had his own set of problems, but talent wasn't among them - that being said I get tired of Hendrix much faster than many lesser guitar players like Neil Young.
In Pattie Boyd's autobiography -she mentioned that George was given to infidelty and was obsessed with wanting to become a Hindu GOD or something of that nature.
It would be very easy for a woman to feel rejected and run into the arms of another after finding out of a husband's infidelty or when having to live with a husband's self obsessed introspection and indifference.
I fo you realy want some facts about this song, I would recomend getting a DVD copy of "Tom Dowd & the langrage of music".
In it you will get the facts in the words of the album procucer, and see him re-mix some of the intro with his comments of both the guitars.
I have been reading most of the comments and find lots of errors/urban legends ect.
Many of you commented also as to 'why' George Harrison would want a wife who was sneaking around.
Well then again there are conficting views about that also.
Layla is STILL considered one of the Greatest Rock Love Songs Ever! Not too long ago I was in KC and hear a bar band cover it, something you hear very often. I would think you have to have your musical chops to even attempt it.
The acoustic version is good, but nothing really special.
Another member of the Allman Brothers died exactly one year to the day of Duane's death in the same spot- motorcycle accident The coda (piano part) was written and played by one of the BEST drummers EVER, Jim Gordon who seven years later put the claw of a hammer in his mothers head-killing her.