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Cream Reunion!

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News (confirmed) broke today that Cream will reunite in 2005. Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker plan to start rehearsing in early 2005 for a one-week gig at The Royal Albert Hall. Beyond that we don't know yet. Whoa Baby!

That's some news, eh?

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WMGK 102.9...Classic Rock in Philadelphia. They quoted it from an AP report out of NY.

Unc, does Andre Gardner get on your nerves? I can't take him. DeBella can't ever just say "I". Every time, he'll say "I,I, I,I,..." before he finally spits out what it is he's trying to say.

Just thought I'd bring that to your attention, so it can bug you as much as it bugs me. Once you notice it, you can't 'un-notice' it.

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LOL...they all but confirmed the "rumor"...not exactly extinguished is it?

:shades: what er ya sayin'? :: Uncy Hoseph :laughing:

:neener:

Ok, ok,... the rumour is alive and well! the reunion is on ICE -- until Mister C. makes it real.

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They better come somewhere near here. Or mI will hunt them down and....................................................................... .................................................................................. .................................................. Make him play for me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :rockon:

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i never heard of them who are they?

MY MIND IS IMPLODING WITH ANGER!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Cream is widely known as the first rock supergroup of all time, with God himself on lead guitar (E.C.) They pushed a whole new idea for R n R that was later rocketed into history by LZ.

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So here's part of an article:

Old Slow Hand revealed to BBC Radio 2 last week that he and his former mates in rock's first supergroup, singer-bassist Jack Bruce (news) and drummer Ginger Baker (news), are planning to reunite for four shows next May at London's Royal Albert Hall, the legendary venue where the power trio played its final gig in 1968.

Ha! I'll hopefully get the chance to see them! :headphones:

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No need for a coffee joke scott :laughing:

You know what Ginger Baker and Coffee have in common?

...... They're both ____ without cream.

Oh, man does it feel good to be postin' again. :jester:

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