Cream: Farewell Concert

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Cream: Farewell Concert

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Director:
Tony Palmer
Released:
1968
Rating:
R
Cream: Farewell Concert is a 1968 music documentary directed by Tony Palmer, produced by Robert Stigwood and narrated by Patrick Allen. Cream was together for only two years, but during that time they introduced the world to a new type of rock 'n roll. Their style included high-volume jam sessions with extended solos. The band's motto was "Forget the message, forget the lyrics, and just play." The film is the only full concert release video featuring Cream. Cream members include Eric Clapton on guitar, Jack Bruce as the lead singer and bass guitarist and Ginger Baker on drums. The concert was filmed on November 26, 1968 at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England. The entire concert was not filmed for the documentary. The six songs that were recorded include Sunshine Your Love, Politician, White Room, Spoonful, Toad and I'm So Glad. The film also features rare backstage interviews with the band and crew members.
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