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CREAM “GOODBYE” (U.S. ATCO) FIRST PRESS Cover Condition: VG+ corner crease, hole punch, ring & edge wear…. DISC VG++… RARE POSTER IS HERE VG++ Goodbye, obviously the final Cream record since every member of the group has gone on to other projects – Jack Bruce to a solo career, Clapton to Derek and the Dominoes, Ginger Baker to Blind Faith – is more like a fun EP than a studio record. The nearly ten-minute version of “I’m So Glad” shows just how far the band have come since their debut album in only three years, and may stand as their best recorded live jam. The intricate playing by each member of the group matches anything the Jimi Hendrix Experience ever did for sure. “Politician” and “Siting on Top of the World”, each from the last studio record Wheels of Fire, are almost as good but each are somewhat marred by a shabby live production quality .There are also three studio tracks, and they all have something to save in them. “Badge” is a lovely pop concoction that shows that there was still potential left in this band’s sound if they had somehow stayed together of regrouped. “What A Bringdown” shows Ginger Baker at his best as well.
I’m So Glad [live]9:11
Sitting on Top of the World [live]5:01
Doing That Scrapyard Thing3:14
What a Bringdown3:56