The Very Best of Cream

The Very Best of Cream

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glauver More than 1 year ago
Cream was probably the best power trio ever assembled. They helped create the jam band format and Eric Clapton was a guitar pioneer.Since this compilation came out more extensive sets have been released. However, I think this collection shows off the band's creativity without burdening the listener with their notorious 15 to 20 minute live jams.The newer Gold 2 CD set has a disc of them if you are a fan of endless guitar-bass-drums excursions.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was introduced to Cream in elementary school - they're a little past my time. However, they are my all time favorite rock band. Ginger Baker is a God when it comes to the drums. Anyhow, this CD showcases all of the members exceptional talents and uncommon chemistry. That they were able to produce so many masterpieces of American rock in roll is amazing; this album gives due tribute to that fact.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you want to return back to the time you most remembered or are curious as to what the fuss about the 60's music was, this is the disc to get. The sweet music these three giants of their craft produced says it all. From the hectic and tight excitement of SWALBR to the mournful blues interpretation of SITTING ON TOP OF THE WORLD to the whimsy of ANYONE FOR TENNIS this power trio blasts off on track 1 and does not return until the last chord is plucked.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I hear a lot of talk about The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and Led Zeppelin. They are all great bands in rock history. But, to often I hear nothing mentioned about Cream. They are the driving force in modern rock music today. They basiclly invented heavy metal music. (yes, I said it: "invented"). Where as Black Sabbath took you there, Cream drew the map. The drive to be heard is what made this album so great. Ginger, Bruce, and Eric. Always sounded like they were trying to out play each other. This intern made this one really amazing album to listen to. If you r new to cream check out "Crossroads", and "White Room". They are good standards to start with.
Guest More than 1 year ago
one of the moist influencial bands of all time, i really enjoyed this cd. go out and buy it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
its kickass no dowt bout it