Cream had played together for only two years, but in that time had gained the admiration of musicians and fans alike. Their records had sold more copies in those 24 months than the Bible had sold in the last 24 years. The group was made up of Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker. On 5th January 1969, the BBC made Rock history when they broadcast the final farewell concert of Cream Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker. Recorded live at the Royal Albert Hall on 26th November 1968, this stunning recording captures the British rock supergroup at the height of their fame, producing some of the most exciting, original and revolutionary music of the late 1960s. This special DVD includes the full version of that performance and has been digitally remastered for enhanced sound and picture quality from the best available sources. Sunshine of Your Love, White Room, Politician, Crossroads, Steppin Out, Sitting on Top of the World, Spoonful, Toad, Behind the Music and I m So Glad. Cream: The Farewell Concert also includes exclusive interviews with Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton, and Ginger Baker, providing a rare and fascinating insight into the band and the extraordinary musicianship that made them true Rock legends.