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Their fully-authorized story in a 2-disc deluxe set! The beginning, the farewell, the reunion. Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce tell how it was... and how it is. Cream, the world's first "supergroup," stunned the pop world when it burst on the Swinging '60s. Produced with full cooperation from the band, this fascinating documentary tells their full amazing story. Exclusive new interviews reveal how success affected them and how they created the smash hits "I Feel Free," "Sunshine of Your Love" and "White Room." See highlights of their career: Cream's birth in 1966, the sudden break-up in 1968, and an historic reunion in 2005 with sold-out concerts in London and New York which rekindled the public's fascination with this all-star trio. Together with interviews with key music industry figures, here is the best, most informative insight into a cultural phenomenon that shaped the future of rock.
Disc 1 includes unreleased archive footage, new interviews with Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce and others, plus music, performance footage, rare and unseen photographs and memorabilia!
Disc 2 (audio) includes Swedish Radio sessions ("Konsert med Cream," 1967) and 5 previously unreleased audio tracks: "NSU," "Steppin' Out," "Traintime," "Toad" and "I'm So Glad."
If you like interviews you're gonna love this wish they had more concert footage but I don't think there was any new footage to be found bonus extra songsPublished 10 months ago by mitchell a.
Fans and others will enjoy the modern-day thoughts, issued decades after their unparalleled performances, from the members about the amazing group, Cream. Nicely done.Published 20 months ago by Wheels of Fire
Clapton is God but we most not forget the powerful vocals of Jack Bruce and the outstanding lyrics that he and Peter Brown put together. Read morePublished on October 2, 2013 by Thomas A. Gaston
The movie was good , but would had liked to hear more music. Eric Clapton is the best ever even back thenPublished on August 21, 2013 by William Wagstaff Jr.
I enjoyed the depth of this documentary and the wonderful, candid access to the members of the band, as well as all of the other contributors. Read morePublished on August 15, 2013 by Raymond Bruce Jr.
If you're a Cream or Eric Clapton fan, worth watching, though would have liked more live performance video instead of interviews.Published on August 5, 2013 by Heidi Stathus
needed more live cuts of the band, while listening to people talk about the rise and fall, most musicians are pretty eccentric to listen toPublished on July 29, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I like it and it was informative but it didnt have hardly any music playing in the background or in the documentaryPublished on July 9, 2013 by Amazon Customer