LP-1006 / The CREAM - Disraeli Gears

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LP-1006 / The CREAM 1977 USA Repress ? Sjelden US utgave! Vinyl; NM - Cover; NM ------------------- Origin London, England Genres Psychedelic rock, blues rock, hard rock Years active 1966–1968 (reunions: 1993, 2005) ------------ Cream were a 1960s British rock supergroup power trio consisting of bassist/singer Jack Bruce, drummer Ginger Baker, and guitarist/singer Eric Clapton. Their unique sound was characterised by a hybrid of blues rock, hard rock and psychedelic rock,[1] combining psychedelia themes, Clapton's blues guitar playing, Bruce's powerful, versatile vocals and prominent bass playing, Baker's pulsating, jazz-influenced drumming and Pete Brown's poetry-inspired lyrics. The group's third album, Wheels of Fire, was the world's first platinum-selling double album.[2][3] The band is widely regarded as being the world's first successful supergroup.[4][5][6][7] In their career, they sold more than 15 million albums worldwide.[8] Their music included songs based on traditional blues such as "Crossroads" and "Spoonful", and modern blues such as "Born Under a Bad Sign", as well as more eccentric songs such as "Strange Brew", "Tales of Brave Ulysses" and "Toad". The band's biggest hits are "I Feel Free" (UK, number 11),[3] "Sunshine of Your Love" (US, number 5),[9] "White Room" (US, number 6),[9] "Crossroads" (US, number 28),[9] and "Badge" (UK, number 18).[10] The band made a significant impact on the popular music of the time, and, along with Jimi Hendrix, and Terry Kath of Chicago, popularised the use of the wah-wah pedal. They provided a heavy yet technically proficient musical theme that foreshadowed and influenced the emergence of British bands such as Led Zeppelin, The Jeff Beck Group, Deep Purple and Black Sabbath in the late 1960s and the early 1970s. The band's live performances influenced progressive rock acts such as Rush.[11] The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993.[12] They were included in both Rolling Stone and VH1's lists of the "100 Greatest Artists of All Time," at number 67 and 61 respectively.[13][14] They were also ranked number 16 on VH1's "100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock".[15] --------- Formation: 1966 By July 1966, Eric Clapton's career with The Yardbirds and John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers earned him a reputation as the premier blues guitarist in Britain.[1] Clapton, however, found the environment of Mayall's band confining, and sought to expand his playing in a new band. In 1966, Clapton met Ginger Baker, then the leader of the Graham Bond Organisation, which at one point featured Jack Bruce on bass guitar, harmonica and piano. Baker felt stifled in the Graham Bond Organisation and had grown tired of Graham Bond's drug addictions and bouts of mental instability. "I had always liked Ginger", explained Clapton. "Ginger had come to see me play with the Bluesbreakers. After the gig he drove me back to London in his Rover. I was very impressed with his car and driving. He was telling me that he wanted to start a band, and I had been thinking about it too."[16] Each was impressed with the other's playing abilities, prompting Baker to ask Clapton to join his new, then-unnamed group. Clapton immediately agreed, on the condition that Baker hire Bruce as the group's bassist;[3] according to Clapton, Baker was so surprised at the suggestion that he almost crashed the car.[17] Clapton had met Bruce when the bassist/vocalist briefly played with the Bluesbreakers in November 1965;[3][18] the two also had worked together as part of a one-shot band called Powerhouse (which also included Steve Winwood and Paul Jones). Impressed with Bruce's vocals and technical prowess, Clapton wanted to work with him on an ongoing basis. In contrast, while Bruce was in Bond's band, he and Baker had been notorious for their quarrelling.[19] Their volatile relationship included on-stage fights and the sabotage of one another's instruments.[19] After Baker fired Bruce from the band, Bruce continued to arrive for gigs; ultimately, Bruce was driven away from the band after Baker threatened him at knifepoint.[20] Baker and Bruce put aside their differences for the good of Baker's new trio, which he envisioned as collaborative, with each of the members contributing to music and lyrics. The band was named "Cream", as Clapton, Bruce, and Baker were already considered the "cream of the crop" amongst blues and jazz musicians in the exploding British music scene. Initially, the group were referred to and billed as "The Cream" (i.e. with the definite article), but starting officially with its first record releases, the trio came to be known as "Cream".[21] Before deciding upon "Cream", the band considered calling themselves "Sweet 'n' Sour Rock 'n' Roll".[2] Of the trio, Clapton had the biggest reputation in England; however, he was all but unknown in the United States, having left The Yardbirds before "For Your Love" hit the American Top Ten.[1] The band made its unofficial debut at the Twisted Wheel on 29 July 1966.[3][22] Its official debut came two nights later at the Sixth Annual Windsor Jazz & Blues Festival.[3][22] Being new and with few original songs to its credit, they performed blues reworkings that thrilled the large crowd and earned it a warm reception. In October the band also got a chance to jam with Jimi Hendrix, who had recently arrived in London. Hendrix was a fan of Clapton's music, and wanted a chance to play with him onstage.[3] It was during the early organisation that they decided Bruce would serve as the group's lead vocalist. While Clapton was shy about singing,[23] he occasionally harmonised with Bruce and, in time, took lead vocals on several Cream tracks including "Four Until Late",[24] "Strange Brew",[25] "World of Pain",[25] "Outside Woman Blues",[25] "Anyone for Tennis",[26] "Crossroads",[27] and "Badge".[28] Fresh Cream: 1966 The band's debut album, Fresh Cream, was recorded and released in 1966.

LP-1001 / CREAM - Swlabr

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LP-1001 - CREAM 1971 DE / Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX+ ----------------- Origin London, England Genres Psychedelic rock, blues rock, hard rock Years active 1966–1968 (reunions: 1993, 2005) ------------ Cream were a 1960s British rock supergroup power trio consisting of bassist/singer Jack Bruce, drummer Ginger Baker, and guitarist/singer Eric Clapton. Their unique sound was characterised by a hybrid of blues rock, hard rock and psychedelic rock,[1] combining psychedelia themes, Clapton's blues guitar playing, Bruce's powerful, versatile vocals and prominent bass playing, Baker's pulsating, jazz-influenced drumming and Pete Brown's poetry-inspired lyrics. The group's third album, Wheels of Fire, was the world's first platinum-selling double album.[2][3] The band is widely regarded as being the world's first successful supergroup.[4][5][6][7] In their career, they sold more than 15 million albums worldwide.[8] Their music included songs based on traditional blues such as "Crossroads" and "Spoonful", and modern blues such as "Born Under a Bad Sign", as well as more eccentric songs such as "Strange Brew", "Tales of Brave Ulysses" and "Toad". The band's biggest hits are "I Feel Free" (UK, number 11),[3] "Sunshine of Your Love" (US, number 5),[9] "White Room" (US, number 6),[9] "Crossroads" (US, number 28),[9] and "Badge" (UK, number 18).[10] The band made a significant impact on the popular music of the time, and, along with Jimi Hendrix, and Terry Kath of Chicago, popularised the use of the wah-wah pedal. They provided a heavy yet technically proficient musical theme that foreshadowed and influenced the emergence of British bands such as Led Zeppelin, The Jeff Beck Group, Deep Purple and Black Sabbath in the late 1960s and the early 1970s. The band's live performances influenced progressive rock acts such as Rush.[11] The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993.[12] They were included in both Rolling Stone and VH1's lists of the "100 Greatest Artists of All Time," at number 67 and 61 respectively.[13][14] They were also ranked number 16 on VH1's "100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock".[15] --------- Formation: 1966 By July 1966, Eric Clapton's career with The Yardbirds and John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers earned him a reputation as the premier blues guitarist in Britain.[1] Clapton, however, found the environment of Mayall's band confining, and sought to expand his playing in a new band. In 1966, Clapton met Ginger Baker, then the leader of the Graham Bond Organisation, which at one point featured Jack Bruce on bass guitar, harmonica and piano. Baker felt stifled in the Graham Bond Organisation and had grown tired of Graham Bond's drug addictions and bouts of mental instability. "I had always liked Ginger", explained Clapton. "Ginger had come to see me play with the Bluesbreakers. After the gig he drove me back to London in his Rover. I was very impressed with his car and driving. He was telling me that he wanted to start a band, and I had been thinking about it too."[16] Each was impressed with the other's playing abilities, prompting Baker to ask Clapton to join his new, then-unnamed group. Clapton immediately agreed, on the condition that Baker hire Bruce as the group's bassist;[3] according to Clapton, Baker was so surprised at the suggestion that he almost crashed the car.[17] Clapton had met Bruce when the bassist/vocalist briefly played with the Bluesbreakers in November 1965;[3][18] the two also had worked together as part of a one-shot band called Powerhouse (which also included Steve Winwood and Paul Jones). Impressed with Bruce's vocals and technical prowess, Clapton wanted to work with him on an ongoing basis. In contrast, while Bruce was in Bond's band, he and Baker had been notorious for their quarrelling.[19] Their volatile relationship included on-stage fights and the sabotage of one another's instruments.[19] After Baker fired Bruce from the band, Bruce continued to arrive for gigs; ultimately, Bruce was driven away from the band after Baker threatened him at knifepoint.[20] Baker and Bruce put aside their differences for the good of Baker's new trio, which he envisioned as collaborative, with each of the members contributing to music and lyrics. The band was named "Cream", as Clapton, Bruce, and Baker were already considered the "cream of the crop" amongst blues and jazz musicians in the exploding British music scene. Initially, the group were referred to and billed as "The Cream" (i.e. with the definite article), but starting officially with its first record releases, the trio came to be known as "Cream".[21] Before deciding upon "Cream", the band considered calling themselves "Sweet 'n' Sour Rock 'n' Roll".[2] Of the trio, Clapton had the biggest reputation in England; however, he was all but unknown in the United States, having left The Yardbirds before "For Your Love" hit the American Top Ten.[1] The band made its unofficial debut at the Twisted Wheel on 29 July 1966.[3][22] Its official debut came two nights later at the Sixth Annual Windsor Jazz & Blues Festival.[3][22] Being new and with few original songs to its credit, they performed blues reworkings that thrilled the large crowd and earned it a warm reception. In October the band also got a chance to jam with Jimi Hendrix, who had recently arrived in London. Hendrix was a fan of Clapton's music, and wanted a chance to play with him onstage.[3] It was during the early organisation that they decided Bruce would serve as the group's lead vocalist. While Clapton was shy about singing,[23] he occasionally harmonised with Bruce and, in time, took lead vocals on several Cream tracks including "Four Until Late",[24] "Strange Brew",[25] "World of Pain",[25] "Outside Woman Blues",[25] "Anyone for Tennis",[26] "Crossroads",[27] and "Badge".[28] Fresh Cream: 1966 The band's debut album, Fresh Cream, was recorded and released in 1966. The album reached number 6 in the UK charts and number 39 in the

LP-1010 / CREAM - Fresh Cream

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LP-1010 / Orginal CREAM Album - 1967 USA / Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX (noe wear ) -----------

LP-1003 / CREAM - Heavy Cream - dbl lp

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LP-1003 / The Cream 1973 UK Konvoluttcover DBL LP / Vinyl; VG+ (hairlines) - Cover; VG+; ( wear ) -------------- Origin London, England Genres Psychedelic rock, blues rock, hard rock Years active 1966–1968 (reunions: 1993, 2005) ------------ Cream were a 1960s British rock supergroup power trio consisting of bassist/singer Jack Bruce, drummer Ginger Baker, and guitarist/singer Eric Clapton. Their unique sound was characterised by a hybrid of blues rock, hard rock and psychedelic rock,[1] combining psychedelia themes, Clapton's blues guitar playing, Bruce's powerful, versatile vocals and prominent bass playing, Baker's pulsating, jazz-influenced drumming and Pete Brown's poetry-inspired lyrics. The group's third album, Wheels of Fire, was the world's first platinum-selling double album.[2][3] The band is widely regarded as being the world's first successful supergroup.[4][5][6][7] In their career, they sold more than 15 million albums worldwide.[8] Their music included songs based on traditional blues such as "Crossroads" and "Spoonful", and modern blues such as "Born Under a Bad Sign", as well as more eccentric songs such as "Strange Brew", "Tales of Brave Ulysses" and "Toad". The band's biggest hits are "I Feel Free" (UK, number 11),[3] "Sunshine of Your Love" (US, number 5),[9] "White Room" (US, number 6),[9] "Crossroads" (US, number 28),[9] and "Badge" (UK, number 18).[10] The band made a significant impact on the popular music of the time, and, along with Jimi Hendrix, and Terry Kath of Chicago, popularised the use of the wah-wah pedal. They provided a heavy yet technically proficient musical theme that foreshadowed and influenced the emergence of British bands such as Led Zeppelin, The Jeff Beck Group, Deep Purple and Black Sabbath in the late 1960s and the early 1970s. The band's live performances influenced progressive rock acts such as Rush.[11] The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993.[12] They were included in both Rolling Stone and VH1's lists of the "100 Greatest Artists of All Time," at number 67 and 61 respectively.[13][14] They were also ranked number 16 on VH1's "100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock".[15] --------- Formation: 1966 By July 1966, Eric Clapton's career with The Yardbirds and John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers earned him a reputation as the premier blues guitarist in Britain.[1] Clapton, however, found the environment of Mayall's band confining, and sought to expand his playing in a new band. In 1966, Clapton met Ginger Baker, then the leader of the Graham Bond Organisation, which at one point featured Jack Bruce on bass guitar, harmonica and piano. Baker felt stifled in the Graham Bond Organisation and had grown tired of Graham Bond's drug addictions and bouts of mental instability. "I had always liked Ginger", explained Clapton. "Ginger had come to see me play with the Bluesbreakers. After the gig he drove me back to London in his Rover. I was very impressed with his car and driving. He was telling me that he wanted to start a band, and I had been thinking about it too."[16] Each was impressed with the other's playing abilities, prompting Baker to ask Clapton to join his new, then-unnamed group. Clapton immediately agreed, on the condition that Baker hire Bruce as the group's bassist;[3] according to Clapton, Baker was so surprised at the suggestion that he almost crashed the car.[17] Clapton had met Bruce when the bassist/vocalist briefly played with the Bluesbreakers in November 1965;[3][18] the two also had worked together as part of a one-shot band called Powerhouse (which also included Steve Winwood and Paul Jones). Impressed with Bruce's vocals and technical prowess, Clapton wanted to work with him on an ongoing basis. In contrast, while Bruce was in Bond's band, he and Baker had been notorious for their quarrelling.[19] Their volatile relationship included on-stage fights and the sabotage of one another's instruments.[19] After Baker fired Bruce from the band, Bruce continued to arrive for gigs; ultimately, Bruce was driven away from the band after Baker threatened him at knifepoint.[20] Baker and Bruce put aside their differences for the good of Baker's new trio, which he envisioned as collaborative, with each of the members contributing to music and lyrics. The band was named "Cream", as Clapton, Bruce, and Baker were already considered the "cream of the crop" amongst blues and jazz musicians in the exploding British music scene. Initially, the group were referred to and billed as "The Cream" (i.e. with the definite article), but starting officially with its first record releases, the trio came to be known as "Cream".[21] Before deciding upon "Cream", the band considered calling themselves "Sweet 'n' Sour Rock 'n' Roll".[2] Of the trio, Clapton had the biggest reputation in England; however, he was all but unknown in the United States, having left The Yardbirds before "For Your Love" hit the American Top Ten.[1] The band made its unofficial debut at the Twisted Wheel on 29 July 1966.[3][22] Its official debut came two nights later at the Sixth Annual Windsor Jazz & Blues Festival.[3][22] Being new and with few original songs to its credit, they performed blues reworkings that thrilled the large crowd and earned it a warm reception. In October the band also got a chance to jam with Jimi Hendrix, who had recently arrived in London. Hendrix was a fan of Clapton's music, and wanted a chance to play with him onstage.[3] It was during the early organisation that they decided Bruce would serve as the group's lead vocalist. While Clapton was shy about singing,[23] he occasionally harmonised with Bruce and, in time, took lead vocals on several Cream tracks including "Four Until Late",[24] "Strange Brew",[25] "World of Pain",[25] "Outside Woman Blues",[25] "Anyone for Tennis",[26] "Crossroads",[27] and "Badge".[28] Fresh Cream: 1966 The band's debut album, Fresh Cream, was recorded and released in 1966. The album reache

LP 1019 / CREAM - Best Of Cream

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1969 USA - Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX+

LP-1002 / CREAM - Godbye - sjelden label !!

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LP-1002 - CREAM 1969 DE - Vinyl; EX+ (hairlines) - Cover; EX (prislapp rest ) Repress 1976 med sjelden label og cover ! ------------- Origin London, England Genres Psychedelic rock, blues rock, hard rock Years active; 1966 – 1968 - (reunions: 1993, 2005) ------------- Cream - Goodbye Label: Polydor Catalog Number: Polydor 2428 701 Country: Germany Release Date: 1976-Jan-01 Format: Vinyl (LP) German pressing with alternative cover. ---- Tracks; A1) I'm So Glad A2) Politician B1) Sitting On Top Of The World B2) Badge B3) Doing That Scrapyard Thing B4) What A Bringdown ------------------------- "I'm So Glad", "Politician" & "Sitting On Top Of The World" were recorded live in concert. "Badge", "Doing That Scrapyard Thing" & "What A Bringdown" are studio recordings. -------

LP-1009 / CREAM - Goodbye

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LP-1009 / CREAM 1969 USA / Vinyl; VG+ (hairlines) - Cover; VG+ ( wear ) ----------

LP1011 / CREAM - Strange Brew

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LP-1011 / CREAM 1983 USA / Vinyl; NM - Cover; NM -----------

LP-1008 / CREAM - Salvat

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LP 1017 / CREAM - Same - AMIGA DDR.

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1984 DDR - SJELDEN AMIGA LP / Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX+

LP 1018 / CREAM - Disraeli Gears

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Nov. 1967 USA / Vinyl; VG ( hairlines ) - Cover; VG (waer+edgewear) Avispapircover !

LP 1024 / CREAM - Live Cream

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LP 1013 / CREAM - Live Crean vol.2

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1972 USA / Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX ( litt urent cover )

LP-1007 / CREAM - The Story Of

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LP 1021 / CREAM - Very Best Of

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1983 NL - Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX

LP 1020 / CREAM - Die Cream Story

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LP 1022 / CREAM - Wheels Of Fire

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LP-1012 / CREAM - Fresh Cream - Spesialutgave !

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LP-1012 / CREAM SPesial Repressutgave fra UK ! Rare ! Vinyl; EX - Cover; EX ------------

LP 1016 / CREAM - Story Of Cream vol.2

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1971 ITALIA - Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX- ( bunnsplitt+wear )

LP 1023 / CREAM - Full Cream

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1967 UK / VinyL VG+ ( hairlines ) - Cover; EX-

LP 1014 / CREAM - I Feel Free

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LP-1005 / The CREAM - Fresh Cream

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LP-1005 / CREAM 1977 Repress UK / Vinyl: EX- ( hairlines) - Cover; EX (litt wear ) ---------------------- Origin London, England Genres Psychedelic rock, blues rock, hard rock Years active 1966–1968 (reunions: 1993, 2005) ------------ Cream were a 1960s British rock supergroup power trio consisting of bassist/singer Jack Bruce, drummer Ginger Baker, and guitarist/singer Eric Clapton. Their unique sound was characterised by a hybrid of blues rock, hard rock and psychedelic rock,[1] combining psychedelia themes, Clapton's blues guitar playing, Bruce's powerful, versatile vocals and prominent bass playing, Baker's pulsating, jazz-influenced drumming and Pete Brown's poetry-inspired lyrics. The group's third album, Wheels of Fire, was the world's first platinum-selling double album.[2][3] The band is widely regarded as being the world's first successful supergroup.[4][5][6][7] In their career, they sold more than 15 million albums worldwide.[8] Their music included songs based on traditional blues such as "Crossroads" and "Spoonful", and modern blues such as "Born Under a Bad Sign", as well as more eccentric songs such as "Strange Brew", "Tales of Brave Ulysses" and "Toad". The band's biggest hits are "I Feel Free" (UK, number 11),[3] "Sunshine of Your Love" (US, number 5),[9] "White Room" (US, number 6),[9] "Crossroads" (US, number 28),[9] and "Badge" (UK, number 18).[10] The band made a significant impact on the popular music of the time, and, along with Jimi Hendrix, and Terry Kath of Chicago, popularised the use of the wah-wah pedal. They provided a heavy yet technically proficient musical theme that foreshadowed and influenced the emergence of British bands such as Led Zeppelin, The Jeff Beck Group, Deep Purple and Black Sabbath in the late 1960s and the early 1970s. The band's live performances influenced progressive rock acts such as Rush.[11] The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993.[12] They were included in both Rolling Stone and VH1's lists of the "100 Greatest Artists of All Time," at number 67 and 61 respectively.[13][14] They were also ranked number 16 on VH1's "100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock".[15] --------- Formation: 1966 By July 1966, Eric Clapton's career with The Yardbirds and John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers earned him a reputation as the premier blues guitarist in Britain.[1] Clapton, however, found the environment of Mayall's band confining, and sought to expand his playing in a new band. In 1966, Clapton met Ginger Baker, then the leader of the Graham Bond Organisation, which at one point featured Jack Bruce on bass guitar, harmonica and piano. Baker felt stifled in the Graham Bond Organisation and had grown tired of Graham Bond's drug addictions and bouts of mental instability. "I had always liked Ginger", explained Clapton. "Ginger had come to see me play with the Bluesbreakers. After the gig he drove me back to London in his Rover. I was very impressed with his car and driving. He was telling me that he wanted to start a band, and I had been thinking about it too."[16] Each was impressed with the other's playing abilities, prompting Baker to ask Clapton to join his new, then-unnamed group. Clapton immediately agreed, on the condition that Baker hire Bruce as the group's bassist;[3] according to Clapton, Baker was so surprised at the suggestion that he almost crashed the car.[17] Clapton had met Bruce when the bassist/vocalist briefly played with the Bluesbreakers in November 1965;[3][18] the two also had worked together as part of a one-shot band called Powerhouse (which also included Steve Winwood and Paul Jones). Impressed with Bruce's vocals and technical prowess, Clapton wanted to work with him on an ongoing basis. In contrast, while Bruce was in Bond's band, he and Baker had been notorious for their quarrelling.[19] Their volatile relationship included on-stage fights and the sabotage of one another's instruments.[19] After Baker fired Bruce from the band, Bruce continued to arrive for gigs; ultimately, Bruce was driven away from the band after Baker threatened him at knifepoint.[20] Baker and Bruce put aside their differences for the good of Baker's new trio, which he envisioned as collaborative, with each of the members contributing to music and lyrics. The band was named "Cream", as Clapton, Bruce, and Baker were already considered the "cream of the crop" amongst blues and jazz musicians in the exploding British music scene. Initially, the group were referred to and billed as "The Cream" (i.e. with the definite article), but starting officially with its first record releases, the trio came to be known as "Cream".[21] Before deciding upon "Cream", the band considered calling themselves "Sweet 'n' Sour Rock 'n' Roll".[2] Of the trio, Clapton had the biggest reputation in England; however, he was all but unknown in the United States, having left The Yardbirds before "For Your Love" hit the American Top Ten.[1] The band made its unofficial debut at the Twisted Wheel on 29 July 1966.[3][22] Its official debut came two nights later at the Sixth Annual Windsor Jazz & Blues Festival.[3][22] Being new and with few original songs to its credit, they performed blues reworkings that thrilled the large crowd and earned it a warm reception. In October the band also got a chance to jam with Jimi Hendrix, who had recently arrived in London. Hendrix was a fan of Clapton's music, and wanted a chance to play with him onstage.[3] It was during the early organisation that they decided Bruce would serve as the group's lead vocalist. While Clapton was shy about singing,[23] he occasionally harmonised with Bruce and, in time, took lead vocals on several Cream tracks including "Four Until Late",[24] "Strange Brew",[25] "World of Pain",[25] "Outside Woman Blues",[25] "Anyone for Tennis",[26] "Crossroads",[27] and "Badge".[28] Fresh Cream: 1966 The band's debut album, Fresh Cream, was recorded and released in 1966.

LP 1015 / CREAM - Swlabr

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LP-1004 / The CREAM - Best of

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LP-1004 / The CREAM 1986 NL / Vinyl; NM - Cover; NM ---------------- Origin London, England Genres Psychedelic rock, blues rock, hard rock Years active 1966–1968 (reunions: 1993, 2005) ------------ Cream were a 1960s British rock supergroup power trio consisting of bassist/singer Jack Bruce, drummer Ginger Baker, and guitarist/singer Eric Clapton. Their unique sound was characterised by a hybrid of blues rock, hard rock and psychedelic rock,[1] combining psychedelia themes, Clapton's blues guitar playing, Bruce's powerful, versatile vocals and prominent bass playing, Baker's pulsating, jazz-influenced drumming and Pete Brown's poetry-inspired lyrics. The group's third album, Wheels of Fire, was the world's first platinum-selling double album.[2][3] The band is widely regarded as being the world's first successful supergroup.[4][5][6][7] In their career, they sold more than 15 million albums worldwide.[8] Their music included songs based on traditional blues such as "Crossroads" and "Spoonful", and modern blues such as "Born Under a Bad Sign", as well as more eccentric songs such as "Strange Brew", "Tales of Brave Ulysses" and "Toad". The band's biggest hits are "I Feel Free" (UK, number 11),[3] "Sunshine of Your Love" (US, number 5),[9] "White Room" (US, number 6),[9] "Crossroads" (US, number 28),[9] and "Badge" (UK, number 18).[10] The band made a significant impact on the popular music of the time, and, along with Jimi Hendrix, and Terry Kath of Chicago, popularised the use of the wah-wah pedal. They provided a heavy yet technically proficient musical theme that foreshadowed and influenced the emergence of British bands such as Led Zeppelin, The Jeff Beck Group, Deep Purple and Black Sabbath in the late 1960s and the early 1970s. The band's live performances influenced progressive rock acts such as Rush.[11] The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993.[12] They were included in both Rolling Stone and VH1's lists of the "100 Greatest Artists of All Time," at number 67 and 61 respectively.[13][14] They were also ranked number 16 on VH1's "100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock".[15] --------- Formation: 1966 By July 1966, Eric Clapton's career with The Yardbirds and John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers earned him a reputation as the premier blues guitarist in Britain.[1] Clapton, however, found the environment of Mayall's band confining, and sought to expand his playing in a new band. In 1966, Clapton met Ginger Baker, then the leader of the Graham Bond Organisation, which at one point featured Jack Bruce on bass guitar, harmonica and piano. Baker felt stifled in the Graham Bond Organisation and had grown tired of Graham Bond's drug addictions and bouts of mental instability. "I had always liked Ginger", explained Clapton. "Ginger had come to see me play with the Bluesbreakers. After the gig he drove me back to London in his Rover. I was very impressed with his car and driving. He was telling me that he wanted to start a band, and I had been thinking about it too."[16] Each was impressed with the other's playing abilities, prompting Baker to ask Clapton to join his new, then-unnamed group. Clapton immediately agreed, on the condition that Baker hire Bruce as the group's bassist;[3] according to Clapton, Baker was so surprised at the suggestion that he almost crashed the car.[17] Clapton had met Bruce when the bassist/vocalist briefly played with the Bluesbreakers in November 1965;[3][18] the two also had worked together as part of a one-shot band called Powerhouse (which also included Steve Winwood and Paul Jones). Impressed with Bruce's vocals and technical prowess, Clapton wanted to work with him on an ongoing basis. In contrast, while Bruce was in Bond's band, he and Baker had been notorious for their quarrelling.[19] Their volatile relationship included on-stage fights and the sabotage of one another's instruments.[19] After Baker fired Bruce from the band, Bruce continued to arrive for gigs; ultimately, Bruce was driven away from the band after Baker threatened him at knifepoint.[20] Baker and Bruce put aside their differences for the good of Baker's new trio, which he envisioned as collaborative, with each of the members contributing to music and lyrics. The band was named "Cream", as Clapton, Bruce, and Baker were already considered the "cream of the crop" amongst blues and jazz musicians in the exploding British music scene. Initially, the group were referred to and billed as "The Cream" (i.e. with the definite article), but starting officially with its first record releases, the trio came to be known as "Cream".[21] Before deciding upon "Cream", the band considered calling themselves "Sweet 'n' Sour Rock 'n' Roll".[2] Of the trio, Clapton had the biggest reputation in England; however, he was all but unknown in the United States, having left The Yardbirds before "For Your Love" hit the American Top Ten.[1] The band made its unofficial debut at the Twisted Wheel on 29 July 1966.[3][22] Its official debut came two nights later at the Sixth Annual Windsor Jazz & Blues Festival.[3][22] Being new and with few original songs to its credit, they performed blues reworkings that thrilled the large crowd and earned it a warm reception. In October the band also got a chance to jam with Jimi Hendrix, who had recently arrived in London. Hendrix was a fan of Clapton's music, and wanted a chance to play with him onstage.[3] It was during the early organisation that they decided Bruce would serve as the group's lead vocalist. While Clapton was shy about singing,[23] he occasionally harmonised with Bruce and, in time, took lead vocals on several Cream tracks including "Four Until Late",[24] "Strange Brew",[25] "World of Pain",[25] "Outside Woman Blues",[25] "Anyone for Tennis",[26] "Crossroads",[27] and "Badge".[28] Fresh Cream: 1966 The band's debut album, Fresh Cream, was recorded and released in 1966.