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Goodbye (Rm) (W/3 Live Tracks) [Original recording remastered]

Cream Audio CD
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
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1. I'm So Glad
2. Politician
3. Sitting On Top Of The World
4. Badge
5. Doing That Scrapyard Thing
6. What A Bringdown

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Rock's first great power trio went out with a bang. They were at their thrilling live best on Politician and I'm So Glad and came up with two more stellar originals: What a Bringdown and the hit Badge (co-written with George Harrison). A #2 LP from '69.

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4.0 out of 5 stars You STILL gotta love this Feb. 7 2004
Format:Audio CD
I agree with the other reviewers I scanned, in that this is Cream's weakest effort. However, it's STILL awesome! If you're curious and want to take the time for my input, here 'tis. I grew up a strong Cream fan (saw them twice) and bought all their albums and played them to death in the 60s and 70s. As we all mature (well, most of us), I stopped listening to them (other than the occasional radio play of White Room and Crossroads over the years). OK, so I'm now selling all my old LPs on eBay, as it's just a hassle to play them on the stereo. After listing my 4 Cream albums (Wheels of Fire was clearly the best, then Fresh Cream, Goodbye in last place), I decided to record some of the tunes I liked the most to CD (rather than fork for buying new CDs). I remember how much the live Sitting on Top of the World used to get me off. Actually, the first 6 guitar notes were among my favorite all time musical sounds for years. So, I put it on and IT STILL WORKS! This album is worth buying just for the live Sitting on Top (as well as Badge). Politian still works great too for a 52-year old grandpa.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A nice farewell to a great supergroup!!! Jan. 22 2004
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This is a good Cream album!!! Not as great as Wheels Of Fire or Disreali Gears, but it's still good!!! Great live workouts of I'm So Glad,Politition,and Sitting On Top Of The World. and the studio tracks are cool too!!! Badge is the highlight, but Doing That Scrapyard Thing and What A Bringdown have their own unique charm also! Overall a great album!!! Five stars!!! A+
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5.0 out of 5 stars Without a Doubt the Finest Cream Album Oct. 9 2003
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It's always amazed me that so few people realize how great this album really is. Many criticize it for just having "long jams". That's kind of like criticizing John Coltrane or Miles Davis for playing "long jams". But this is what made Cream great. They were the greatest instrumental and improvisational band in the history of rock music with phenomenal guitar solos by Eric Clapton and with amazing interplay between Clapton's guitar and Jack Bruce's great bass playing. Why anyone would prefer their first two studio albums with only one or two choruses of guitar solo to this is beyond me. And on top of it Badge on this album has in my opinion Clapton's most beautiful studio guitar solo ever. Only Wheels of Fire can compete with this album, but in my opinion only Crossroads on that album attains greatness, while all three live tracks on this album do. Just listen to the intro guitar chorus on Sitting on Top of the World. It still sounds unreal today, but I remember hearing it back when this first came out, and it was stupefying. I remember after seeing Cream perform live Steve Miller said about Clapton that he couldn't believe that anyone could be that good. That's the kind of playing that's on this album. My guess is that the people who rate this album poorly see rock music essentially in terms of songs and singing and do not understand great instrumental music. But most of the world's greatest music is instrumental music, and Cream provided the greatest instrumental music in the history of rock music.
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4.0 out of 5 stars get the album for the studio tracks Sept. 22 2003
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Format:Audio CD
the four studio tracks - anyone for tennis, badge, scrapyard thing and what a bring down - makes this album worth buying (i was actually very surpised to see a few reviews trash the last two). The live tracks are gravy!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Hit and miss Aug. 11 2003
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Cream's fourth album Goodbye was released in 1969, several months after the band had went their separate ways due to the increasing infighting and creative differences. Like their previous album Wheels Of Fire, it was a half-studio, half-live album, albeit only released as a single disc. Unfortunately, while Wheels Of Fire is a undeniable classic, Goodbye feels like an album that was released just for profit as it doesn't even come close to touching their first three classic albums.
The live material is pretty good, particularly "I'm So Glad" and "Politician". Jack Bruce's bass is way up in the mix and his playing on "I'm So Glad" seems to motivate both Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker as this track is up with "Crossroads" from Wheels Of Fire as their most energetic live work. "Politician" is also strong, but without the improvisation of "I'm So Glad". The live version of "Sitting On The Top Of The World" is okay, but sounds somewhat disjointed.
Of the studio tracks, only Clapton's "Badge" is among their best work and remains one of their most enduring tracks. The other tracks "Doing That Scrapyard Thing" and "What A Bringdown" sound like obvious throwaways, probably the two worst studio tracks they've ever recorded. This is probably the weakest album of their catalog. I'd recommend this only for the live version of "I'm So Glad". "Badge" is available on the on The Very Best Of Cream. If you want more of the great live stuff, I'd recommend Live Cream or especially Live Cream Volume II.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good final album, yet it's REALLY short. July 25 2003
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This is Cream's last album, and it's decent, but it's not as good as the other albums like Disraeli Gears and Wheels of Fire. However, the main reason to get this album is the live songs. I'm So Glad is another great classic jam that was in the vein of some of the live cuts off of Wheels Of Fire. The best thing about this, though, is that everyone is soloing at the same time. You can hear the rythym messup. Politician and Sitting On Top Of The World are 10 times better live than on the album. As for the studio songs, they're really good. Badge is one of the prettiest Cream songs ever, right next to Anyone for Tennis, and Doing That Scrapyard Thing reminds me of Traffic. What A Bringdown is good for a Ginger Baker song (Blue Condition [stinks]), and I have a version of the album with Anyone for Tennis on it, which might be the 5th time it's been on a record. Good album, although it's about 28 minutes.
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4.0 out of 5 stars still intense after all these years
Over 30 years later and the album still has an intensity you don't find in much of todays music. But then again,there have been few bands in music like Cream. Read more
Published on March 18 2003 by "ashtons4"
4.0 out of 5 stars best live jams
As The Grateful Dead was more famous for their live shows, this album illustrates the amazing power with Cream's live shows.
Their best work was with the long jams. Read more
Published on Aug. 17 2002 by Tracie Mauk
2.0 out of 5 stars What a Bringdown!!
This supergroup recorded two (mainly) studio albums,FRESH CREAM,and DISRAELI GEARS, and then a studio/live mix WHEELS ON FIRE. Read more
Published on Dec 22 2001 by S. Henkels
5.0 out of 5 stars This is Cream's best album
The song "I'm So Glad" alone makes this Cream's most important album.
On the subject of Cream everyobdy always says Clapton, Clapton, Clapton, but what made Cream... Read more
Published on March 9 2001 by Stephen I. Hersh
4.0 out of 5 stars Four and a half stars....
Goodbye is generally agreed upon as the weakest of Cream's albums, but it is still very, very good. The live tracks, as stated before, are phenomenal. Read more
Published on May 13 2000 by FairiesWearBoots8272
This album is worth 4 stars just for the live tracks and Badge(The most melodic track in Cream's history) alone. Read more
Published on Dec 16 1999 by Brian
3.0 out of 5 stars A Throwaway Album - Saved by Live Material
A throwaway album, stitched together from various live performances, a single contribution from each band member, and an old single, this is easily Cream's weakest effort, even... Read more
Published on April 30 1999 by M. Phillips
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