Here's something I didn't expect to come across tonight... a definite must-buy for any Cream or Clapton fan!!!
Tales of Cream
Cream: Classic Artists -- an authorized DVD telling the supergroup's story, from its 1966 formation up to its 2005 reunion concerts -- will be issued Nov. 21. The two-disc set will feature archival footage, previously unreleased audio tracks and recent interviews with the band's three members and others.
Meanwhile, the Ginger Baker in Africa DVD, which documents a 1971 trip the Cream drummer made to Nigeria, was released Tuesday.
from Where's Eric!--
Cream: Classic Artists DVD
News entry published on 3 September 2006
THE DEFINITIVE STORY OF THE 60's SUPERGROUP NOW TOLD FOR THE FIRST TIME ON DVD.
BONUS CD FEATURES FIVE PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED CREAM RECORDINGS
Image Entertainment will release Cream: Classic Artists on 21 November in the U.S. An earlier street date (25 September) will occur in some countries, including UK.
Cream's fully-authorized story in a 2-disc deluxe set! The beginning, the farewell, the reunion. Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce tell how it was... and how it is. The two-disc set, with a running time of 200 minutes, will include archive footage, unreleased audio tracks, interviews with Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce, unseen photographs and more.
Cream: Classic Artists covers the band's entire career from its formation in 1966 to the historic reunion concerts in 2005 in London and New York. Produced with the band's cooperation, new interviews reveal how success affected them and how they created the smash hits, "I Feel Free", "Sunshine Of Your Love" and "White Room".
Disc One (DVD):
Unreleased archive footage, new interviews with Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce and others, plus music, performance footage, rare and unseen photographs and memorabilia.
Disc Two (Audio CD):
Includes Swedish Radio sessions ("Konsert med Cream," 1967) and 5 previously unreleased audio tracks: "NSU," "Steppin' Out," "Traintime," "Toad" and "I'm So Glad."
Revolution Club (Nov 1967, London)
Sveriges TV (1967, Onkel Thores Stuga, SVT)
Beat Club (1967, Bremen, Germany)
Eric Clapton: How Cream Came Together
Ginger Baker: Ginger at Home
Jack Bruce: Reunion
B.B. King & Solomon Burke: Montreaux 2005
Donal Gallagher: Roadie on Cream (Taste Tour - Northern Ireland)
Tony Palmer: Director of Farewell Concert
John Lodge: Moody Blues Bassist Talks About Cream
Chris Squire: On God
Alan White: Talks About Ginger
Harvey Goldsmith: The Promoter and his involvement with the Supergroup
Paul Jones: Jack and the Scottish Riot
David Fricke: Speaks to Chris Welch
Length: 200 minutes
Widescreen: Enhanced for 16x9 TVs
Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
Watch the [link]http://youtube.com/watch?v=thihd84K56I[/]promotional trailer[/link] for Cream: Classic Artists--
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