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  1. Faejas
    Although released after the band had split, this is my favourite Cream album. 3 belting live tracks - Skip James' "I'm So Glad" (which gets the full 'This is what we can do with a traditional blues' treatment) a more concise "Sitting On Top Of The World" and, for my money, the best version of "Politician" - followed by one song from each of the band, as a personal farewell to fans/5().
  2. Akinoshura
    The Jack Bruce numbers 'Doin The Scrapyard Thing', 'What A Bringdown' are unnecessarily experimental in their piano driven structure and do nothing but sadden the listener. 'Goodbye' is an OK album but is does resemble the last few breaths of a band that passed away months before. 5/ 6: 6. Cream Royal Albert Hall: London May ().
  3. Mecage
    Due to Harrison's handwriting, however, Clapton misread it as "badge" — and the song was titled soon thereafter. Harrison remembered the story differently: "I helped Eric write 'Badge' you know. Each of them had to come up with a song for that Goodbye Cream album and Eric didn't have his written.
  4. Shakarn
    Now this complements my other Cream cd's:Disraeli Gears [Gold], Wheels of Fire [Gold], Goodbye Cream [Gold] & Live Cream, Vol. 1 & 11 [Gold], not to mention other Clapton greats [Clapton, Just One Night.] I had this on Gold disk yrs. ago which I gifted. Finally I can hear this super-group as clear as in the studio or live @ Fillmore & Winterland!/5().
  5. Faelmaran
    The Cream album Goodbye, `Goodbye Tour - Live ' now available in a special, expanded edition and the first authorized release of these four historic complete concerts. Each concert features previously unreleased tracks and the Royal Albert Hall show hasn't featured on CD until now/5().
  6. Mezilkis
    Universal Music will release a Cream live deluxe package in February. Goodbye Tour Live is a four-CD set. Goodbye Tour Live shares cover art with Cream’s final album Goodbye, which featured just six tracks, three of which were recorded live at Los Angeles Forum in This new set includes nine performances from that same LA Forum gig (on CD2) along with a disc of Oakland.
  7. Tecage
    Live Cream Volume II is the second live album by the British rock band Cream, released in March by Polydor Records (Atco Records in the US). This album contains six tracks recorded at various performances from 9 March to 4 October Reception. Matthew Greenwald of AllMusic stated.
  8. Akinokinos
    Nov 22,  · Goodbye (also called Goodbye Cream) is the fourth and final studio album by the British rock band Cream. The album was released in Europe by .

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