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Live at the Royal Albert Hall

Cream

Year: 2005

Runtime: 02:05:41

Cream's short original existence from 1966 to 1968 belies their status as one of the most influential rock bands of all time. They released four studio albums that were hugely successful around the world and had a number of hit singles on both sides of the Atlantic. In May 2005 Cream reunited for a sequence of concerts over four nights at London's Royal Albert Hall. Filmed in high definition, this concert features tracks filmed across the four shows including many of their best loved songs. Despite a gap of nearly 40 years the band quickly reignited the chemistry that had contributed so much to their legendary status and delivered four magnificent concerts that delighted the fans who had snapped up the tickets.

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Rock, Blues, Classic Rock

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