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Cream had played together for only two years, but in that time had gained the admiration of musicians and fans alike. The group was made up of Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker. Recorded live at the Royal Albert Hall on 26th November 1968, this stunning recording of Cream's Farewell Concert captures the British rock supergroup at the height of their fame, producing some of the most exciting, original and revolutionary music of the late 60s. This special Dual Format edition includes the full version of that performance, which has been digitally remastered for enhanced sound and picture quality from the best available sources. Tracks include: Sunshine of Your Love, White Room, Politician, Crossroads, Steppin' Out, Sitting on Top of the World, Spoonful, Toad, Behind the Music and I'm So Glad. Cream - Farewell Concert also includes interviews with Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton, and Ginger Baker, providing a rare and fascinating insight into the band and the extraordinary musicianship that made them true Rock legends.
|Audio||English LPCM Stereo 5.1, English Dolby Digital STereo 5.1|
|Cast||Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, Patrick Allen|
|Director||Sandy Oliveri, Tony Palmer|
|HOH (Hard of Hearing)||No|
|Special Features||Clapton On Cream Mini Documentary|
|Year Of Release||1977|