The fully authorised story: the beginning, the farewell, the reunion. Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce tell how it was... and how it is. Cream, the world's first 'supergroup,' stunned the pop world when it burst on the Swinging Sixties. This fantastic DVD documentary tells their full amazing story. Exclusive new interviews reveal how Cream's success affected Eric Clapton, explain that drummer Ginger Baker created the group and what happened when vocalist and bass man Jack Bruce led Cream into the charts with smash hits 'I Feel Free,' 'Sunshine Of Your Love' and 'White Room.' Produced with full co-operation from the band, the documentary covers the highlights of their career, from Cream's birth in 1966 to the sudden break up in 1968. An historic reunion in 2005, when Clapton, Baker and Bruce played sold out concerts in London and New York rekindled the public's fascination with this all-star trio. Together with interviews with key music industry figures, here is the best and most informative insight into a cultural phenomenon that shaped the future of rock. Filmed on location in Cape Town (2005), The Royal Albert Hall, London (2005) and Madison Square Garden, New York (2005).