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  • CD (1 mai 2006)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000F4LGDQ
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Par Un client le 4 décembre 2003
Format: CD
Un best of qui porte bien son nom! De Wrapping Paper à Badge, en passant par Sitting On The Top Of The World, White Room, I Feel Free, Strange Brew, Sunshine Of Your Love, etc, l'essentiel des tubes de Cream vous sont ici proposés en versions studio ( sauf Crossroad). Vous apprécierait forcément la qualité des arrangements vocaux, bien vintage, le son extraordinaire de la guitare de Clapton, tantôt dévastatrice, tantôt subtile, les lignes de basse de Jack Bruce, omniprésentes et le jeu formidable de Ginger Backer. Les influences sont multiples: blues, free jazz, avec sauce psychédélique et soupson de métal! la crème des crèmes d'un des plus grands power trio du vingtième siècle!
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Trois musiciens exceptionnels (Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton et Ginger Baker) qui vont par la suite influencer toute une ribambelle de groupes. En effet, Cream est à l'origine un Blues Band qui va dynamiter et faire exploser les structures du Blues, exacerbant ses formes pour jeter les bases du Hard Rock et du psychédélisme. C'est sur scène, que Cream atteignait une dimension supérieure par ses longs solos et ses improvisations.
Cette compilation contient les morceaux essentiels du groupe et notamment un des riffs les plus connus de l'histoire du rock (probablement après Smoke On The Water), je parle ici du riff de leur plus grand classique Sunshine Of Your Love.
Tel un météore Cream est passé, mais après lui, rien ne fut plus comme avant.
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comme leur nom l'indique ,c'est vraiment la créme du blues !!!!!
CLAPTON est un dieu et il le prouve !!!!!
malgrés le temp qui a passé ,ce groupe reste un must dans ce qui c'est fait et ce qui ce fera dans le monde du blues ;avec cette compile de 95 ,vous redécouvrirez leurs meilleurs titres comme :wrapping paper ,i feel free ,i'm so glad ,sitting on the top of the world et bien sur crossroad en LIVE !!!bref que la créme de la CREAM!!!!!!!!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 THE ULTIMATE SINGLE-CD COMPILATION OF CREAM! 2 décembre 1999
Par Bogar - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Here is the finest of Cream - the 60s' mythical trio which gave rock a new definition and took blues as far as it has ever been taken. Eric Clapton's virtuoso guitar, Jack Bruce's mesmerising musicianship, Ginger Baker's guru drumming - it's all in this album, all at its best! Included are epic tracks like "Sunshine of Your Love", "I Feel Free", "Spoonful", "Strange Brew", "White Room", "Badge"... a non-stop succession of the cream of Cream, the 19 best studio recordings, topped up by the legendary live rendition of "Crossroads". It is remarkable that, untypically, the producers have made an honest effort to include all the best songs in the compilation, not leaving ground for "The Vey Best, part 2". The only problem with this release is it's so good (and that includes, at least to my ears, the sound quality) it will instantly make you want to buy all of the original albums - and that might as well be a wise decision. However, if you're quite sure you only want one CD by Cream, then, undoubtedly, this is it!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 How good were they? 27 décembre 1999
Par nicjaytee - Publié sur Amazon.com
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How good were they?... I saw them play at a well known blues club - the Ricky Tick in Windsor (England) - several times in summer 1966. R&B was the scene at the time. A local UK group - Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band - covered US R&B and Soul numbers and were considered the business. Cream arrived and played music that few had heard before. In the middle of one number (NSU?) the crowd got agitated and started chanting Geno... Geno... Eric Clapton turned to Jack Bruce and said something along the lines of "they're booing". They then launched into the loudest, longest and most complicated guitar solo the small crowd had ever heard. The result... stunned silence for the rest of their set and several dozen instant Cream fans.
A great, innovative group.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I'M SO GLAD I OWN THIS 24 février 2000
Par J. Humphreville - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I am 19 years old and therefore can not say I ever saw Cream Live on stage in person. However, I can say that this band, and I speak as a musician and a classic rock dj, is the most talented rock band ever who are only challenged by that of Rush. Eric Clapton, who I feel did nothing noteworthy after 1971 shines in this band. Jack Bruce, the bassist, is underrated. He sang and wrote most of the songs. Ginger Baker. Have you ever seen a crazier drummer. He took double bass rock drumming to where it is today. Now personally, I say that every Cream song is great and should be heard. Hwever, those who have only heard the legend and are curious should pick this cd up. It has all the best. "I Feel Free", which is currently a car commercial, is a great tune. It seems simple but there is far more than meets the eye. "N.S.U." speaks for so many people with just one line: "The only time I'm happy's when I play my guitar." How about the classic tunes from the Disraeli Gears album. "Strange Brew" is an interesting venture into a new realm for the band. And are any other ten bass hits(7 notes) in music more memorable than the intro to "Sunshine Of Your Love". The dueling vocals on this tune and Baker's odd drumming make this track still amazing to this day. "Tales Of Brave Ulysses" has become a recent favorite of mine. The lyrics and the melody(which will appear later in the album as well) just work too well together. "White Room" What many consider to be Cream's masterpiece. I love the intro. Bruce's voice never sounds as good. The melody from "...Ulysses" comes back for this tune. A true CLASSIC. I love "Crossroads". It is a great tune with a great repeating riff. "Anyone For Tennis" is at the end of the band's career. It is an odd song(drugs) but is fun to listen to nonetheless. Baker's conga playing and Clapton's accoustic set the scene on this one. Mind you, there are many more tunes on this cd that are worth listening to. After hearing this, you will want to buy all the Cream you can find. Box Set, live cds, anything. Well, i reccomend it all. But if you want the best on one cd or are a new fan, Pick this one up. If you are a metal or hard rock fan and want to see where it began, check out this cd. They were heavy before you could be heavy. Cream may have only been around for a little over 2 years, but the impact made will last forever.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Cream of the Cream 29 août 2003
Par chris meesey Food Czar - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
In 1966, some of the best young musicians (literally, the cream) of the British music scene put together the ultimate blues supergroup. From the Yardbirds and John Mayall: guitar prodigy Eric Clapton (who was inspired to put together a trio after hearing a blues threesome album by Buddy Guy and Junior Wells); from the Graham Bond organization: Jack Bruce, bass, and Ginger Baker, drums. Over the course of three years, this amazing group absolutely redefined British blues, mixing in elements of hard rock, jazz, and even classical music. This compilation does indeed represent the very best of Cream, with one or two exceptions. Of course, all the classic rock FM staples are here: Sunshine of Your Love, Badge, Crossroads, White Room, SWLABR (translation: She Walks Like a Bearded Rainbow---did I mention Cream had a psychedelic streak???) Also, it is worth noting that even though Cream was a superb live band, only one live cut (Crossroads) is included here. Smart move, considering that in almost every case, the studio recordings are better than their live counterparts. Too bad this album is not quite perfect: "We're Going Wrong," must be counted as a good, but failed, experimental number, and "Anyone for Tennis" can be dismissed as a silly trifle. However, "Wrapping Paper," though atypical Cream, still sounds as fresh today as the album it came from. On balance, though, the album is a superb overview for the experienced and novice listener alike. After this album, the listener will want to skim through Fresh Cream, Disraeli Gears, and Wheels of Fire (you would do well to ignore Goodbye, Cream, which is a patchwork monstrosity). Trust me, you'll be all the "butter" for it!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 The Blues Pop Here. 6 janvier 2007
Par SUPPORT THE ASPCA. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Jack Bruce's thumping vocals, Clapton's legendary blues guitar & Ginger Baker's fine drumming made for the finest Rock trio ever. I "Feel Free," has stunning vocals, snare drumming & Eric Clapton at his improvising best. "Strange Brew," has simple delivery, Clapton's falsetto singing & multiple guitar licks made for a sinister trance like tune. In the "White Room," the large array of instruments used alone make this an amazing tune.

For me, Baker's drumming is what held this song together. In "Crossroads," Clapton demonstrates why he is a blues master. Robert Johnson would be proud. "Sunshine Of Your Love," is their most popular song for a reason. Here Rock, Blues & pop sparkle into a love song that most music fans of any generation could appreciate. Clapton's base is an octave lower, which gave great depth to his riffs. Simply, a great group.
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