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Cream - Live Live


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  • Audio CD (22 April 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Deconstruction
  • ASIN: B0000074ZA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,525 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Club Lonely
2. Keep The Jam
3. Feel It
4. Sexual
5. Love's Got Me
6. Drunk On Love
7. True Faith
8. Train of Thought
9. Sight for Sore Eyes
10. Always
See all 14 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. I Luv U Baby
2. Ajare
3. Kut It
4. Your Lovin' Arms
5. Save the Day
6. Odyssey To Anyoona
7. Let Me Be Your Fantasy
8. Le Voie, Le Soleil
9. Vernon's Wonderland
10. Witch Doktor
See all 17 tracks on this disc

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Picard TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 28 Dec 2006
Cream Live vol.1 brings back many memories of times gone by, from an era that I wish could just fly back to - the 90's. Along with this album was The Annual vol.1, from Ministry of Sound, which basically wrapped up the year in clubland. And I was so impressed with that, I can remember going out to buy this album. While the 2 albums represent a year of fantastic music, they both have quite diffenrent styles.
This is just classic house music, and theirs a collection of inspired mixing, and breathtaking song choice, from the beautiful Odyssey To Anyoona, to the soothing Sexual. The best piece of mixing that springs to mind is between Always and Only Me - two timeless house tunes that cleverly run into each other. The choice of tracklisting gives it a party amosphere overall I feel, though like I said, its a mixed bag. CD1 seems to be the most organized mix, and probably the best, while CD2 lets very loose towards the end, and like me, you'll probably be confused by the tracklisting, but you'll soon get used 'Voodoo Ray' actually being the end of the previous track.. i'm sure theirs some logic somewhere! But those final few tracks on the album really wrap things up with some good progressive mixing. Whats more, this was mixed by 4 top Dj's - Oakenfold, Tong, Robertson and Park. With a line up like that, the outcome could never have a boring piece of mixing. And that's what makes this album so good - the mixing is so inspired at times.
The only suprises I got were of a few mixes - that being the choice of New Orders True Faith which I felt was slightly mellow when compared to the uplifting original, and the mix of Things of can only get better, which has its main rhythm changed. But these slight niggles don't make it a bad album at all.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By surpriseattack@hotmail.com on 12 Aug 2001
what a fantastic album. six years on and it still sounds as good. Uplifting tunes like "train of thought" by excrima contrast thoughful, emotive numbers like "Ajare" by way out west, and the sheer timeless beauty of "Oddessy to Anyoona" by jam and spoon reminds us of those few blissful years when house was house and we loved it. so good, i bought it twice! matt brown
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 13 Dec 2002
One of the best club compilations of all time. Probably my most listened to cd and still not bored! If you are a fan of house from this era you should be thankful it is still available and buy it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 13 Dec 2000
Fantastic - This CD captures the key house tunes of the time without being commercial. It is music to lift the spirits, and in my opinion never dates. It may not appeal to all, as the tunes are probably unfamiliar to those who are not listeners of house music or from the 'old school' of this culture - but I must say it is one of my favourite CDs and I couldn't live without it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 14 Jun 2008
I bought this back in 95 as a regular of Cream at Nation and was more of a Justin Robertson, Boy George fan as opposed to the front room stuff, but this mix brings it all back.

For those who haven't heard this yet, it's worth the money for Pete Tong's mix alone. Especially the end of "Always Something There.." by Tin Tin Out where you can hear the record speed up towards the end because the next track "Only Me" is obviously too fast to mix into, then "Always" ends and he quickly has to cut into "Only Me" - pretty badly... lol The same happens with the next track too where you can hear "Sound of Eden" spin up... (Still, this shows how fast the direct drive 1200's started, I guess, which was pretty fast)... Those were the days! And it happened live too quite a lot with him. Watching the crowd dance in time, then watching them all look up to the booth because they're not sure what's going on is always fun. :/

Quality mixing this isn't, for that check out Renaissance Mix Collection with Sasha and Digweed, but for a laugh and some good old tunes, this is worth it.
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