Jack Bruce Follows Eric Clapton in Ruling Out Cream's Reunion

April 12, 2010 06:23:05 GMT

During a recent interview with BBC 6, Jack Bruce has revealed that there will be no reunion for Cream, saying 'There's a new story now. Cream is over.'

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Rocker Jack Bruce has further destroyed Cream fans' hopes the classic trio will reform again, insisting the band is "over". The bassist teamed up with Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker for dates in 2005 and admits there has been talk of a full reunion tour but that will never happen now.

Bruce tells BBC 6 Music, "There's a new story now. Cream is over. I'm now doing something very exciting, so much so I can't even talk about it. It's the most exciting project I've ever been involved in."

In 2009, Clapton ruled out another Cream's reunion, insisting the members of the rock trio had parted ways amicably. Clapton said, "I think I was clear that I don't think we need to go there again... I think we've gone as far as we could with that."

Bruce previously told Billboard, "I think there might be a chance of some more (gigs). I would like to do some more 'cause I enjoyed it. It was very emotional. I would like another shot at it."


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posted by murrrey on Nov 15, 2010
eric clapton was not cream. jack and ginger took him to school.blues players can never keep up with jazz players.
posted by cream on Aug 08, 2010
you should deliver to your fans
posted by Jalley Oscar on Apr 12, 2010
Clapton was also quite clear about his thoughts concerning additional Cream shows in his autobiography, stating that many of the same issues that lead to Cream's original demise resurfaced during those 2005 concerts, including what he felt was a lack of preparedness from Bruce and Baker for the NY shows.

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