Cream confirm live album and DVD tracklisting

The discs will chronicle the band’s comeback shows at London’s Royal Albert Hall…

Cream confirm live album and DVD tracklisting
CREAM have confirmed the tracklisting for their forthcoming live album and DVD.

The releases will chronicle the band’s London Royal Albert Hall shows in May this year, which saw the group reunite for the first time after almost 37 years.

Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker played in Cream for little over two years and three albums, but they remain one of the most influential bands of the late 60s.

The double CD album and DVD - ’Royal Albert Hall London 2-3-5-6 2005’ will be released on October 10.

Despite the CD and DVD having identical running orders, the performances on each are from different nights.

The full tracklisting is:

Disc 1
‘I’m So Glad’
‘Spoonful’
‘Outside Woman Blues’
‘Pressed Rat And Warthog’
‘Sleepy Time Time’
‘N.S.U.’
‘Badge’
‘Politician’
‘Sweet Wine’
‘Rollin’ And Tumblin’
‘Stormy Monday’
‘Deserted Cities Of The Heart’

Disc 2
‘Born Under A Bad Sign’
‘We’re Going Wrong’
‘Crossroads’
‘White Room’
‘Toad’
‘Sunshine Of Your Love’
‘Sleepy Time Time (Alternate)’

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