It was November 26, 1968. The Royal Albert Hall, spiritual home of many of London's greatest symphony orchestras, was that night host to the Cream for their "Farewell Concert". The Cream had played together for only two years, but in that time had gained the admiration of musicians like Leonard Bernstein. 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, a 27-year-old Scot, lead singer, bass guitarist and harmonica player; Eric Clapton, a 25-year-old ex-stained glass window designer, lead guitar, rated by most as the finest instrumentalist of his kind; and Ginger Baker, a legend even among other drummers. Each was the other's favorite performer.
Special DVD features include: PCM Stereo, Rare Off-Stage Interviews That Reveal The Influences, Techniques And Feelings Of Each Band Member.
The DVD includes the songs "Sunshine Of Your Love", "Politician", "White Room", "Spoonful", "Toad" and "IÔøΩm So Glad".