First appearance sound source!
Sunbury Festival in Surrey, August 10, 1968. Ginger Baker at the 8th Annual National Jazz and Blues Festival.
If you look at the announcements and posters at the time, you will be notified in advance that a special guest will appear. But I don't think it's Eric. . . A title that recorded the precious live sound source with high sound quality was released. Eric's guitar is involved in avant-garde ginger and Phil's drum instruments. According to a fan at the time, "A guitarist in a white jacket came out in the middle, but it was far away and I didn't know who it was, but when he started playing, I knew right away! That's Eric!" Because I'm already happy and excited." The play is exactly Eric's "that" so much that the fans notice, it's about a 9 minute jam and about an 8 minute jam. The guitar used is Firebird! Be sure to listen to the precious first appearance live session just before the dissolution of Cream. The bonus includes Cream's April 5, 1968 Boston performance. The reason why this performance is recorded is because the opening "SUNSHINE OF YOUR LOVE" is a special version that exceeds 17 minutes of performance time. The longest version I want you to listen to!
SPECIAL GUEST APPEARANCE OF GINGER BAKER
tk01..... INSTRUMENTAL JAM PART 1
tk02..... INSTRUMENTAL JAM PART 2
Recorded live at Kempton Park Racecourse, Sunbury-on-Thames, Surrey, UK. 10 August 1968
Ginger Baker - Drums
Phil Seaman - Drums
Eric Clapton - Guitar
BONUS TRACK OF CREAM
tk03..... SUNSHINE OF YOUR LOVE
tk05..... SLEEPY TIME TIME
tk06..... STEPPIN' OUT
Recorded live at Back Bay Theatre, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. 5 April 1968