From the volatility of Cream to Clapton's complicated relationship with George Harrison, our takeaways from the new documentary
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Pioneering supergroup reimagined the blues and set a new standard for rock virtuosity on 1966 debut 'Fresh Cream'
Four-disc set to feature outtakes, BBC sessions, Blu-ray audio version of debut LP
Watch 1960s blues rock trio play the final show of their Madison Square Garden farewell in 2005
See what band managed to top Cream, Temple of the Dog, Blind Faith and CSNY
Drummer underwent procedure, suffered fall months after canceling tour due to worsening health problems
"Just seen doctor… big shock… no more gigs for this old drummer... everything is off," Cream drummer writes
Impresario also served as the Who's booking agent, managed Cream and Eric Clapton and produced 'Grease' and 'Tommy'
Cream drummer Ginger Baker, Roxy Music's Phil Manzanera, Living Colour's Vernon Reid, Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson celebrate late bassist
The document, signed by all four members of Fab Four, estimated to sell for between $467,000 and $780,000 at Sotheby's
Eclectic set features iconic Cream bassist playing with Ginger Baker, Bernie Worrell and Gary Moore
Guitarist releases reflective acoustic guitar ballad written for his Cream bandmate
"He combined the worlds of blues, rock and jazz music," says Vernon Reid, "and he was at the cutting edge of innovation in those styles"
Former bandmates pay tribute to Cream bassist alongside Ringo Starr, Flea and Geezer Butler