Superstar 1960s rock group Cream reformed briefly in 2005. Royal Albert Hall London May 2-3-5-6 2005 is a live album with the pick of the songs from these four concerts.
In October 2005 Cream went on to play three concerts at the Madison Square Garden in New York.
Jack Bruce, their bassist and singer died yesterday, 25 October 2014 and I realised that, whilst I’d featured their earlier live albums, Live Cream, Live Cream vol 2 and Wheels Of Fire, the reunion concerts weren’t on here.
Cream Royal Albert Hall London May 2-3-5-6 2005
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Goodbye is a part studio / part live album by Cream. The concert songs were recorded i October 1968 in Los Angeles.
Cream are testing me on my definition of a live album. I’ve included this for completeness because I’ve recommended that you need to compile your own Cream Live by pulling songs from Wheels Of Fire, Live Cream volumes 1 & 2 and Goodbye.
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After the success of Live Cream, the recording vaults from 1968 were raided again to create another live album by super group Cream.
Cream Live Cream Volume 2
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Wheels of Fire is a double album by Cream with one LP recorded in the studio and the other capturing the live Cream experience in March 1968 in California.
Cream were a very different band live compared to the studio as it gave the great instrumentalists – Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker – a chance to stretch out and show off their talents.
Cream Wheels Of Fire
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Live Cream is live compilation album from blues rock group Cream that includes one short studio track.
Like Wheels Of Fire, it features songs from the Fillmore West and Winterland in San Francisco in March 1968.
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