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Eric Clapton Leads Musical Farewell at Jack Bruce’s Funeral

Eric Clapton led a musical tribute to Jack Bruce at his former Cream bandmate's funeral in North London earlier today, singing the Beatles' 'Strawberry Fields Forever' with help from friends and family.

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Jack Bruce, Legendary Cream Bassist, Dies

Jack Bruce, bassist and singer of Cream, has died at the age of 71.

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45 Years Ago: Cream Release ‘Goodbye’

On Feb. 15, 1969, Cream -- the group comprised of Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker -- bid the world ‘Goodbye’ with the album by that same title; thus neatly closing the book on the altogether brief but consistently headline-hogging career of rock's very first supergroup.

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Cream’s Jack Bruce to Release New Album

Jack Bruce, the former bassist and singer for Cream, will release a new album, ’Silver Rails,’ in March 2014. The record is his first solo effort since 2003’s ‘More Jack Than God.’

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Dio, Whitesnake, Scorpions Vets Leading Cream Tribute Concerts

Former members of Dio, Whitesnake and the Scorpions will take part in a four-day, two-city music event, with special shows focusing on the music of Cream and the Scorpions.

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Cream Collaborator Martin Sharp Dies at 71

Martin Sharp, who collaborated with Cream in the '60s, has died of emphysema. He was 71.

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45 Years Ago: Cream Perform ‘Farewell Concert’

After just over two years as a band, Cream gave their final performance on Nov. 26, 1968. The concert was held at the Royal Albert Hall In England. Cream's decision to disband took fans by surprise, though simmering tensions within the band, primarily between Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker, came to a head, as Eric Clapton was losing interest in the band. They embarked on a 'farewell tour' of 19 cities in the U.S. before the two-night stand finale, Nov. 25 & 26, at the Royal Albert Hall.

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47 Years Ago: Cream Play Their First Show

On July 31, 1966, the Sixth National Jazz and Blues Festival was held at the Royal Windsor Racecourse in England. Among the usual assortment of artists you find at things like this was a new band called Cream, who were making their debut performance.

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45 Years Ago: Cream Break Up

The working relationship among the three members of Cream was never an easy or uncomplicated one. The egos involved in keeping one of the world's first supergroups powered was astronomical. One guy was a cantankerous madman, another continuously tried to wrestle control of the group and another was called "God" by his fans. Did anyone really expect the band to last more than a couple of years?

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45 Years Ago: Cream’s ‘Wheels of Fire’ Album Released

When Cream got set to record their third album in mid 1967, they probably had no idea the course 'Wheels of Fire' would take before its release in July 1968. Sessions were divided into two parts -- first in London and then in New York. But because the trio was on the road so much promoting 'Disraeli Gears,' they didn't feel that the material they had was sufficient for an LP.

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