Jill Furmanovsky recalls 'I was thrilled to be asked to document the final rehearsals for the Cream reunion concerts a month before the shows at The Royal Albert Hall in May 2005. These were the final rehearsal days in the cavernous film studios at Bray and the crew were discreet and professional but excited too. This was an historic re-union. By the time I arrived Ginger Baker was wondering about with a fag hanging out of the corner of his mouth and one trouser leg hitched with clips up to avoid entanglement with pedals. Ginger is scary - see him immortalised in the unforgetable documentary 'Beware of Mr. Baker - and I kept my distance. Eric arrived with his young family and the atmosphere relaxed as the kids tore about the place. Jack was already there - he was sort of in charge of this project having written and sung most of the original Cream songs. I tried to be very low key when they started rehearsing, but nevertheless I had to move about to get good angles. At one point I nearly jumped out of my skin when I heard my name being called sharply out of massive speakers. It was Eric himself, the voice of God, asking me to please STOP moving around. I stopped, but it's just as well I persevered earlier on, as the images were used extensively in the program for the concerts and remain a unique record of three brilliant musicians with a long history, doing their thing for the last time. Jack Bruce died in Oct 2014.'
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A Giclee print is the most common way of producing collectable prints in the digital age. It is produced is by scanning an original negative or optimising a digital file.The image is then out-putted on various mediums using archival inks. Fine quality coated papers are used to make delicate, beautiful archival prints.
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