|1. I'm So Glad|
|3. Sitting On Top Of The World|
|5. Doing That Scrapyard Thing|
|6. What A Bringdown|
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.