#1
I remember a long long time ago, I heard a song by the group Cream on music choice.

This song has a REALLY defining guitar line. I don't remember if it was in the intro or chorus, but it was a really powerful lick. It wasn't "sunshine of your love" So, if I could get some cream fans to blurt out some songs they had with really defining guitar riffs that stood out, that would be awesome.
#2
Layla is the first thing that came to mind.


EDIT!!: And yet, ofcourse, Layla is not a Cream song.
Last edited by TomusAM at Apr 24, 2011,
#3
George Harrison's little riff in the middle of "Badge"?
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#4
Played a Cream of Clapton tribute show. Badge? White Room? Crossroads?
#5
Well that's definitely along the right track! It's a super defining riff like that song has!

Edit: This was @ the first reply.
Last edited by pissonemo at Apr 24, 2011,
#6
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George Harrison's little riff in the middle of "Badge"?




This would be my guess... very distinctive guitar break.

Crossroads and White Room get a lot of play as well, but my money is on Badge (since it's NOT Sunshine of Your Love).
#10
"Tales Of Brave Ulysses"?
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