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...just the three of them, like the old days with no back up guitarists or drummers, just Clapton, Bruce and [sign in to see URL], I'm filling up already emoticon
They've GOT to do this.




I agree 100%. That's the only way to do it. I remember seeing The Who on the Quadraphenia tour they did in the 90's and they added a singer, guitarist and a horn section (although the latter was needed for 5:15). It was such a big production and they lost so much of thier raw energy. When they do that it gets so adult contemporary. And that's not how I'd like to see Cream.
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Definitely. And they shouldn't be playing the Royal Albert Hall. It should be the Mean Fiddler!

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And they shouldn't be playing the Royal Albert Hall. It should be the Mean Fiddler!



Oh [sign in to see URL]'d have to be Leeds University Refectory. A great venue. Not too big and not too small and with great acoustics.

Believe it or not, I saw Ten Years After there in [sign in to see URL] was three at the time emoticon

Some other bands I've seen at Leeds Uni -
If, Leon Russel, Heads Hands And Feet, Average White Band, Rory Gallagher, Nils [sign in to see URL] yeah, I HEARD the Rolling Stones. This was because I didn't have a ticket, but a few of us went down to stand outside and you might as well have been inside with the racket they were
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Is that where The Who's Live At Leeds was recorded? My mate's dad was at that one!

Sounds like a good venue to me! And not a million miles away from here I live! Hope Eric is reading this! emoticon

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Well, if he's any sense he [sign in to see URL], like I say, he's a odd ball [sign in to see URL] like most geniuses?

Yes, the Who's 'Live At Leeds' was at the very same place. Deep Purple also played there a few times in their MK2 guise.

Alas, I missed 'em emoticon
 
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I feel this to be long overdue,and a great thing!
Wish I could be there,but I know they will be recording atleast some of this,so thank god for video.

I love Cream!!!!!!!!!
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Any websites someone can recommend for CREAM as I'm looking for experts/trainspotters of the band's live recordings. I believe not all of their professionally recorded live performances have been issued except what was issued on their original albums.

1. Wheels of Fire & the two Live Cream Volumes: March 1968 six shows were recorded in San Francisco (Fillmore and the Winterland Ballroom)
2. Live Cream Volume II also had three songs from 4 October 1968 at the Oakland Coliseum Arena, Oakland.
3. Goodbye: 19 October 1968 The Forum, Los Angeles
4. Farewell Concert: Two shows at RAH with terrible camera work of too many closeups.
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They were supposed to have gotten back together this [sign in to see URL] did rehearsals this past fall but according to Jack, Ginger pissed Eric off so much he walked away and said forget it.
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