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Were Cream really to blame for ushering in the era of unchecked musical overindulgence? And is overindulgence necessarily so heinous? We only ask because, 51 years after the release of their debut album, it’s still the soft option to equate extended jams . 274 more words
Published in the Gaudie, Spring 2013
Ginger Baker, once voted the musician least likely to survive the 1960s, is a man as famous for his wildly difficult and unmanageable temperament and scorched-earth emotional policy as for his bewitching, revolutionary talents as a drummer. 285 more words
Cream-Britain’s First Supergroup.
It was in July 1966, when Britain’s first supergroup, Cream was born. Eric Clapton who was regarded as the greatest British blues guitarist of his generation, was looking beyond life with John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers. 3,695 more words