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(CNN)   Eric Clapton sells some paint splattered on canvas for $34 million   ( edition.cnn.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Eric Clapton, Andy Richter, paints  
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2012-10-13 08:15:29 PM  
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Clapton parted ways with the blues somewhere around 1969

1994's "From The Cradle", 2000's "Riding With The King", and 2004's "Me and Mr. Johnson" would like a word.
2012-10-13 09:07:11 PM  
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Gunny Highway: 0Icky0: How do you play the blues after you've sold a painting for 34 million?

Write a song about missing your painting?

Money doesn't make everyone happy.

I doubt it makes many blue.
2012-10-13 06:51:54 PM  
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Looks like a beautiful painting, but $34 million? There's a beautiful home in Hawaii I saw listed not too long ago. Beachfront on an acre of land in a very upscale neighborhood. 8000 sq. feet under roof, 5 bedrooms, 6 baths, guest quarters, 5 car garage, tennis court and swimming pool. The listing price was $11 million. It's seems odd to me that someone could buy 3 homes of this quality for the price of that one painting. Art seems to follow the rule of the "greater fool".
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