The Long Ear

This project honors CREAM's legacy with a 15-track tribute album and features Pete Brown and Ginger Baker plus an impressive roster of renowned musicians who knew, or were inspired by the iconic supergroup including Joe Bonamassa, Deborah Bonham, Malcolm Bruce, Peter Bullick, Nathan James, Bernie Marsden, Maggie Bell, Rob Cass, Clem Clempson, Paul Rodgers and Bobby Rush. There were also invaluable musical contributions from Cheryl Alleyne, Winston Blissett, Moreno Buttinar, Abass Dodoo, John Donaldson, Pee Wee Ellis, Mo Foster, Neil Murray, Mo Nazam, Tony Remy and Frank Tontoh. Heavenly Cream: An Acoustic Tribute to Cream was recorded at Sensible Music and the legendary Abbey Road Studios in London. Years in the making, Quarto Valley Records' executive Mike Carden initially approached Pete Brown, his long-time colleague and friend in 2017 about a different project and out of that meeting came the concept of doing a recording... a retrospective of Cream music... which both Pete and Mike mutually agreed to. Pete had remained friends with Ginger Baker over the years and brought him on board. Following suit cam Malcolm Bruce (Jack's Son) and the gathering of the incredible talent on the album began to fall into place. On recording this album, Malcolm Bruce said, "I feel very much that in my own small way I'm carrying on a tradition that's incredibly unique in the musical canon as it were."
This project honors CREAM's legacy with a 15-track tribute album and features Pete Brown and Ginger Baker plus an impressive roster of renowned musicians who knew, or were inspired by the iconic supergroup including Joe Bonamassa, Deborah Bonham, Malcolm Bruce, Peter Bullick, Nathan James, Bernie Marsden, Maggie Bell, Rob Cass, Clem Clempson, Paul Rodgers and Bobby Rush. There were also invaluable musical contributions from Cheryl Alleyne, Winston Blissett, Moreno Buttinar, Abass Dodoo, John Donaldson, Pee Wee Ellis, Mo Foster, Neil Murray, Mo Nazam, Tony Remy and Frank Tontoh. Heavenly Cream: An Acoustic Tribute to Cream was recorded at Sensible Music and the legendary Abbey Road Studios in London. Years in the making, Quarto Valley Records' executive Mike Carden initially approached Pete Brown, his long-time colleague and friend in 2017 about a different project and out of that meeting came the concept of doing a recording... a retrospective of Cream music... which both Pete and Mike mutually agreed to. Pete had remained friends with Ginger Baker over the years and brought him on board. Following suit cam Malcolm Bruce (Jack's Son) and the gathering of the incredible talent on the album began to fall into place. On recording this album, Malcolm Bruce said, "I feel very much that in my own small way I'm carrying on a tradition that's incredibly unique in the musical canon as it were."
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An Acoustic Tribute To Cream
Artist: Heavenly Cream
Format: CD
New: Available $14.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. I Feel Free (Featurning Deborah Bonham, Bernie Marsden and Malcolm Bruce)
2. White Room (Featurning Pete Brown, Malcolm Bruce and Clem Clempson)
3. Theme for An Imaginary Western (Featuring Pete Brown, Malcolm Bruce, and Clem Clempson)
4. We're Going Wrong (Featuring Malcolm Bruce and Clem Clempson)
5. Sunshine of Your Love (Featuring Ginger Baker, Joe Bonamassa, Malcolm Bruce, and Bernie Marsden)
6. Deserted Cities of the Heart (Featuring Joe Bonamassa, Bernie Marsden and Malcolm Bruce)
7. Sweet Wine (Featuring Ginger Baker, Nathan James, Pee Wee Ellis, Bernie Marsden, and Malcolm Bruce)
8. Tales of Brave Ulysses (Featuring Ginger Baker, Nathan James, Pee Wee Ellis, Bernie Marsden, and Malcolm Bruce)
9. Crossroads (Featuring Ginger Baker, Bernie Marsden, Joe Bonamassa, and Malcolm Bruce)
10. Take It Back (Featuring Maggie Bell, Bernie Marsden, and Malcolm Bruce)
11. Spoonful (Featuring Bobby Rush, Bernie Marsden and Malcolm Bruce)
12. Sitting on Top of the World (Featuring Bobby Rush, Maggie Bell, Bernie Marsden and Malcolm Bruce)
13. Badge (Featuring Deborah Bonham, Bernie Marsden, and Malcolm Bruce)
14. Politician (Featuring Pete Brown, Bernie Marsden and Malcolm Bruce)
15. Born Under a Bad Sign (Featuring Paul Rodgers, Bernie Marsden, and Malcolm Bruce)

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This project honors CREAM's legacy with a 15-track tribute album and features Pete Brown and Ginger Baker plus an impressive roster of renowned musicians who knew, or were inspired by the iconic supergroup including Joe Bonamassa, Deborah Bonham, Malcolm Bruce, Peter Bullick, Nathan James, Bernie Marsden, Maggie Bell, Rob Cass, Clem Clempson, Paul Rodgers and Bobby Rush. There were also invaluable musical contributions from Cheryl Alleyne, Winston Blissett, Moreno Buttinar, Abass Dodoo, John Donaldson, Pee Wee Ellis, Mo Foster, Neil Murray, Mo Nazam, Tony Remy and Frank Tontoh. Heavenly Cream: An Acoustic Tribute to Cream was recorded at Sensible Music and the legendary Abbey Road Studios in London. Years in the making, Quarto Valley Records' executive Mike Carden initially approached Pete Brown, his long-time colleague and friend in 2017 about a different project and out of that meeting came the concept of doing a recording... a retrospective of Cream music... which both Pete and Mike mutually agreed to. Pete had remained friends with Ginger Baker over the years and brought him on board. Following suit cam Malcolm Bruce (Jack's Son) and the gathering of the incredible talent on the album began to fall into place. On recording this album, Malcolm Bruce said, "I feel very much that in my own small way I'm carrying on a tradition that's incredibly unique in the musical canon as it were."
        
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