Cream—Strange Brew

This includes much of the surviving live footage of Clapton, Bruce and Baker, including extracts from Cream's farewell Royal Albert Hall performance. All three band members are interviewed, and the inclusion of Hendrix's cover of "Sunshine Of Your Love" on Lulu's TV show is a bonus. But while Cream's own songs have stood the test of time well, the extended blues jams sound tedious today.

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This includes much of the surviving live footage of Clapton, Bruce and Baker, including extracts from Cream’s farewell Royal Albert Hall performance. All three band members are interviewed, and the inclusion of Hendrix’s cover of “Sunshine Of Your Love” on Lulu’s TV show is a bonus. But while Cream’s own songs have stood the test of time well, the extended blues jams sound tedious today.

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