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Cream - Live 1967-05-29 Spalding, Barbeque '67

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Publisher: Unknown
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Date :
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Quality :Average
Booklet & packaging :
Total duration: 75:00

Comments
Noisy recording of show at the Barbeque '67, Spalding, on 29 May 1967, with filler from a show at the Konserthuset,Stockholm on 14 November 1967.

This circulates incorrectly as Pembroke College, Oxford, 27 May 1967, and was originally listed as such.

A review:
"Ian Sippen set up his quality equipment to record Cream. Unfortunately the left mike failed and the recording is dominated by the guitar and the drums. The loss of bass is partially compensated for by the magnificent, very present sound of the drums. Jack’s vocals are largely heard by direct acoustics rather then through the PA.

"NSU" is hesitant as they try to sort out the gear on the fly with the PA dropping out and the guitar amps being adjusted. "Sunshine" follows and is no better with: Eric starting way too fast and pulling back, Eric & Ginger struggling to hear Jack’s vocals and Ginger laying down a very basic beat – one can see him glowering at the roadies as they desperately tried to sort things out.

"Eric tells the audience to quietn down before they perfoym a quite superb "We’re going wrong". It really worked quite well live once they had got it sorted out. The longer gestation time definitely helped with this one.

"A short "Stepping out" is performed but with amp problems for Eric followed by "Rollin’ & tumblin’" with a just audible harp (well the drums are nice and clear!).

"Obviously it is "Toad" that benefits with the very audible drums. It is comparatively short - Baker clearly didn’t want to hang about. "I’m So Glad closes the set but by this time Eric’s Marshall is really breaking up and he just manages to finish before it totally cracks up." twtd.bluemountains.net.au/cream/boots.htm

And another one:
"Several bands played at the Barbeque 67 concert, Pink Floyd opened around 4pm in the afternoon, Cream, Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band, The Move, Zoot Money and His Big Roll Band, and Jimi Hendrix Experience. Admission was 1 Pound.

"The concert was horrendous. It was basically a large shed and the promotors had massively oversold the number of tickets. They cleared off and left it to the bands to perform in impossible conditions and the police to manage the crowd.

"The shed (Floral Hall) had not been properly blacked out so their lightshow was not very effective. Besides soon after they started playing their lightshow scaffold tower tipped over because the audience had climbed onto it for a better view (Special thanks to Graeme Pattingale and Neil Rice for the information)". www.ectours.de/cgi-bin/frame.pl?file=ec1967.shtml

Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
N.S.U.(Bruce)
4:58
Song
Version validated
Concert
Spalding, Barbeque '67
29 May 1967
C1967.05.29.01
Cream
2.
Sunshine Of Your Love(Brown/Bruce/Clapton)
5:09
Song
Version validated
Concert
Spalding, Barbeque '67
29 May 1967
C1967.05.29.02
Cream
3.
We're Going Wrong(Bruce)
6:08
Song
Version validated
Concert
Spalding, Barbeque '67
29 May 1967
C1967.05.29.03
Cream
4.
Stepping Out(Braken)
5:25
Song
Version validated
Concert
Spalding, Barbeque '67
29 May 1967
C1967.05.29.04
Cream
5.
Rollin' And Tumblin'(Morganfield)
5:01
Song
Version validated
Concert
Spalding, Barbeque '67
29 May 1967
C1967.05.29.05
Cream
6.
Toad(Baker)
7:08
Song
Version validated
Concert
Spalding, Barbeque '67
29 May 1967
C1967.05.29.06
Cream
7.
I'm So Glad(James)
6:20
Song
Version validated
Concert
Spalding, Barbeque '67
29 May 1967
C1967.05.29.07
Cream
8.
Tales Of Brave Ulysses(Clapton/Sharp)
4:17
Song
Version validated
Concert
Stockholm, Konserthuset
14 Nov 1967
C1967.11.14.01
Cream
9.
Sunshine Of Your Love(Brown/Bruce/Clapton)
7:27
Song
Version validated
Concert
Stockholm, Konserthuset
14 Nov 1967
C1967.11.14.02
Cream
10.
Sleepy Time Time(Godfrey/Bruce)
7:43
Song
Version validated
Concert
Stockholm, Konserthuset
14 Nov 1967
C1967.11.14.03
Cream
11.
Cat's Squirrel(Traditional)
11:29
Song
Version validated
Concert
Stockholm, Konserthuset
14 Nov 1967
C1967.11.14.04
Cream
12.
Sitting On Top Of The World(Burnett)
3:50
Song
Version validated
Concert
Hounslow, Ricky Tick Club
22 Apr 1967
C1967.04.22.06
Cream
cuts at end
Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   


Song Song Studio chat Studio chat
TV/Radio chat/jingle TV/Radio chat/jingle Interview Interview
Cover by another artist Cover by another artist Film Music/Orchestral Film music/orchestral
Concert intro/announcement Concert intro/announcement Advertising Advertising
Song by another artist Song by another artist Medley title Medley title
Book chapter Book chapter
Other type of track Other


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Filename: c19670527
Originally filled by: Aidanymous
Date of creation: 23 Aug 2006 19:30:16
Last filled by: Aidanymous
Last Revision Date : 15 Aug 2012 04:57:18
Online on : 12 Apr 2012
Type of media: Bootleg CD-R


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