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Supergroup Cream 'remain good friends'
Bruce, who played bass guitar in the seminal rock band, said rumours of a rift between him, Ginger Baker and Eric Clapton are not true.
Indeed, he told the Sunday Mail that the three musicians remain "good friends, despite all the stories you may have heard".
Cream split up in 1969 and spent decades resisting lucrative offers to reunite, but the band got back together four years ago to perform at the Albert Hall in London and Madison Square Gardens in New York.
Bruce described playing with his former bandmates as a "very emotional" experience.
"In 2005, it felt right," he commented.
"We wanted to come back, have a little play and say goodbye again."
Cream were regarded as one of the most influential bands of the late 1960s and were behind rock classics such as White Room, Badge, I Feel Free and Sunshine of Your Love.Posted on 20 Jul 2009 12:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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