It’s kind of hard to imagine, but back in 1967 Eric Clapton was a tripped-out hippie, sporting an afro and playing ten-minute solos on a multi-coloured painted Gibson SG. Cream was the first power trio in rock history and took psychedelia to a new level. Their lengthy instrumental improvisations raised the virtuosity bar for everyone, and their huge distorted sound was a big influence on most hard rockers of the seventies.
Number of tabs: 6
|Crossroads||Wheels of Fire||Full Score|
|Crossroads||Wheels Of Fire (1968)||Guitar, Bass & Backing Track|
|Sunshine of Your Love||Disraeli Gears||Full Score|
|Sunshine Of Your Love||Disraeli Gears||Guitars, Bass & Backing Track|
|White Room||Wheels of Fire||Full Score|
|White Room||Wheels of Fire||Guitars, Bass & Backing Track|