about going to abbey road, and referring to eric clapton as "eric." you told stories about eric. and i'm sorry, eric who? oh, the eric clapton. do you ever look back and realize how magnificent that was. >> not a day goes by they don't appreciate how lucky i've been. the thing with eric clapton was, the first time i cape town into contact with him i was at a bus stop goating the last bus home in my end-of-the-line house in a suburb of london. and there was a club there. and i remember hearing. ♪ driving in my car . and it was nsu by cream. and i was standing at the bus stop, and i was listening to this thinking, man, what another world that is. and 25 years later, i'm producing it. you know, and he's one of my best mates. so my life has been charmed like that. i've-- i've played with a lot of my heroes. the abbey road thing was for george harrison's first solo album. ringo was there, billy preston, phil spector was producing. i was 19, and i was in that environment. and it's just-- it was a wonderful time to be alive, the 60s, you know, because it was all happening for the first ti
-- shortage of historical treasures. this weekend their big ticket belonged to eric clapton. marcy jones has the story. >> from vintage wheels to priceless deals, jay lavin is simply put a treasure trove. what's up for bidding this month? >> the coolest thing in this auction being a guitar player is eric clapton's 1964es45 guitar. >> what makes this guitar even cooler is the other set of hands it rested in besides eric clapton's. >> we know he trade with george harrison. his rhody believes it to be george's as well. >> if you are in the market for a little hardware, they got that, too. >> this is the 1957 yankee's world series ring. it belonged to their first baseman. we have his 1961 world series ring. >> whether it be something to admire or to play, josh says the most amazing thing is that the majority of the item forbes auction are from around the valley. >> it's transient, people come and retire they bring the best of the best with them. it's here. it's here in the valley and that's so exciting. >> marcy jones, "fox 10 news." >>> the auction started today for many of the items. the g
like/, prince, eric clapton ton, one of the most popular items is a guitar used by guns and roses rocker slash. they donated more than 20 items for the auction and elvis's purple sunglasses up for grabs. >>> in marriage you sometimes have to carry your spouse through the good and bad times. >> in an obstacle course, put that goal to the test. it's called a wife carrying contest happened in maine. sand traps and wed hazards, 43 couples braved the course and this year's winners, elliot and giana story. >> i got tired of holding on. i just want to see what's happening. i can hear or feel how fast he is, which i felt that today. it was great. i could feel he was going super fast. >> the stories won 11 cases of beer and 665 towers, they will head to the wife carrying world championship in finland next year. >>> a new study kills a myth connected to sex and athletic performance, having sex before the big game does not hurt your competitive edge. they help. researcher it's assisted through hundreds of studies to come to the conclusion, one study showed a beneficial effect on marathon run
little mix here. musician, art collector, eric clapton doing a little fall cleanout. you know, though, his get rid of pile looks a little different than most of ours. one thing in that pile an abstract painting by german artist gear hart richter bought sale. the painting is seven feet tall. he bought it for $3.2 million and in my biz we call it bundle. he bought that with two other pieces for 3.2 million and they're expected that he'll get around 20 million for that one piece. >> yeah. good eye. >> yes. another artist with -- another muse cat artist with a great eye was the legendary david bowie. his collecon museum quality paintings by the likes of jean martial b at sotheby's expected to go for $4.7 million. the cool factor of owning a piece of bowie's art, priceless. >> because they owned it, i wonder if that adds. all vying for that one piece. do you think i get excited about this stuff? she's ready to bid. with michael's paddle. >> yeah, right. yeah, you're in trouble. >> back to the storm zone. the latest on hurricane matthew. what you can do to help. >>> then the silent killer.
, a little mix here. musician, art collector, eric clapton doing a little fall cleanout. you know, though, his get rid of pile looks a little different than most of ours. one thing in that pile, an abstract painting by german well, he bought it 15 years ago and christie's will auction it off here in new york at an art sale. the painting is seven feet tall. he bought it for $3.2 million and in my biz, in the flea marketing biz, we call it bundle. he bought that with two other pieces for 3.2 million and they're expecting that he'll get around 20 million for that one piece. >> yeah. good eye. >> yes. another artist with -- another si was the legendary david bowie. his collection of art including museum quality paintings by the likes of jean-michel basquiat also on the block this fall this time at sotheby's. that one is expected to go for $4.7 million. but the cool factor for owning a piece of bowie art, priceless. yep. >> because they owned it, i wonder if that adds. >> probably. >> basquiat hangs in moma, in the museum of modern art but bowie's, art collectors, david bowie fans, all
importantes de la mÚsica, como slash, eric clapton, prince y los beatles, van a estar subastando objetos personales y memorabilia. karla: seguramente estÁn subastando algunos de los sombreros de slash. en los aÑos 80 yo usaba el pelo como Él. william: el otro dÍa vi un reportaje de este reportero que entrÓ a la casa de prince. nadie todavÍa había tocado las cosas desde que se muriÓ. estaban todas las guitarras, todo. fue como un poco raro, porque es la casa de prince, y nadie habÍa entrado antes. karla: hay mucha gente que cree en eso. cuando pierde un ser querido, no toca absolutamente nada, y deja todo tal cual lo dejÓ. ana patricia: pero puede ser desgastante para la familia. aunque si es una de las tantas casas que tienen los artistas, y no hace falta mover nada, eso es otro cuento. william: si usted no tiene dinero para ir a comprar cosas de slash o prince, vayan a sidney australia. porque el zoolÓgico de sidney estÁ cumpliendo 100 aÑos. abriÓ en 1916. les cuento que el animal mÁs viejo es una tortuga que llegÓ en 1947 al zoolÓgico. karla: quÉ bello! ♪ satcha: el
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