Cream - Goodbye

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05.02.1969
LP Atco SD 7001
1969
LP Polydor 2479 202
15.05.2015
Back To Black - LP Polydor 535 484-7 STEREO (UMG) / EAN 0600753548479
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1.I'm So Glad (Live)
9:13
2.Politician (Live)
6:20
3.Sitting On The Top Of The World (Live)
5:04
4.Badge
  2:47
5.Doing That Scrapyard Thing
  3:18
6.What A Bringdown
  3:57
   
1990
Remastered - CD Polydor 823 660-2 (PolyGram) / EAN 0042282366023
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1.I'm So Glad (Live)
9:11
2.Politician (Live)
6:19
3.Sitting On The Top Of The World (Live)
5:01
4.Badge
  2:45
5.Doing That Scrapyard Thing
  3:14
6.What A Bringdown
  3:56
7.Anyone For Tennis
2:35
   
12.09.2008
Papersleeve - CD Koch Universal 060075309304 (UMG) / EAN 0600753093047
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Durchschnittliche Bewertung: 5.4 (Reviews: 5)
19.12.2006 15:41
Homer Simpson
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Halb live / Studio
26.04.2008 21:51
remember
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und tschüss!
na, im ernst, damit verabschiedete sich die erste supergroup der musikgeschichte, obwohl sie zu veröffentlichung längst nicht mehr eine band war..solide verabschiedung, DAS album-highlight ist vder schlußtrack..
26.04.2008 21:57
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Das einzige Stück, das nicht wirklich gelungen ist, ist "Doing That Scrapyard Thing". Die Liveaufnahmen geben noch einmal wieder, was Cream anfangs so einzigartig machte. "Badge" ist eine wunderbare Komposition von Clapton unter Mitwirkung von George Harrison. "What A Bringdown" ist ein Hammer.

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Cream's final release... by the time this album saw release (Feb 1969) the group had already disbanded (Nov 1968, due to massive personal differences between Jack Bruce & Ginger Baker...they didn't like each other at all!!!...Baker once chased Bruce around the studio with an axe shouting "I'm going to kill you"... yeah... crazy shit man...). This was basically a contract obligation with their record company Polydor.

This album, like the one before (1968's "Wheels Of Fire") is made up of half studio material and half live material (recorded at the L.A. Forum, Los Angeles mid 68'). The stand out studio track being... "Badge" a collaboration between Eric Clapton and George Harrison that goes down a treat... the other studio tracks do show forward movement in musical direction and diversity.

The live numbers, all previously released as studio recordings are absolutely brilliant... these live recordings are better than the "Wheels Of Fire" live recordings!!! The recordings where done when the band where peaking as a live unit... it's massively awesome!!!

On the whole... besides the title and the bands state of affairs this album comes off alright, not the perfect swan song but good enough.
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