When this album was released I was 16 years old. After playing it to death I never tired of it, or any of the other Cream albums. Even today the songs are still fresh and a joy to hear again. The opportunity to see this DVD with the memories of the band and associated people behind it is something I could only have dreamed of. Amongst the personal highlights are some of the explanations of how the songs came into being, finally seeing sleeve artist and lyricist, Martin Sharpe, Jack Bruce's piano/vocals version of We're Going Wrong, and Eric Clapton's acoustic/vocal renditions of another couple of the songs from the album. Ginger Baker also has an excellent input, and even now he is still one of the world's greatest ever drummers. To sum up, if this album is one of your favourites, this DVD is an absolute must, if you don't have the album but know a couple of tracks, buy the DVD, then the album.
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