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Cream was a legendary 1960’s rock power trio from Britain, widely regarded as the world’s first successful supergroup.  Composed of guitar legend Eric Clapton (guitar and vocals), Jack Bruce (bass and vocals), and Ginger Baker (drums), here is the Cream album discography.   Click here for their singles discography, and here for their biography.

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Cream Album Discography

Songwriting and Production

Baker – Ginger Baker
Bruce – Jack Bruce
Clapton – Eric Clapton

 

Fresh Cream

Atco SD 33-206
Billboard:  entry – 13 May 1967, peak – 39, stay – 92 weeks
Produced by Robert Stigwood
Side One:
1.  I Feel Free – 2:48 – Bruce, Pete Brown
2.  N.S.U. – 2:42 – Bruce
3.  Sleepy Time Time – 4:18 – Bruce, Janet Godfrey
4.  Dreaming – 1:57 – Bruce
5.  Sweet Wine – 3:16 – Baker, Janet Godfrey
Side Two:
1.  Cat’s Squirrel – 2:59 – Trad.
2.  Four Until Late – 2:06 – Robert Johnson
3.  Rollin’ And Tumblin’ – 4:42 – Muddy Waters
4.  I’m So Glad – 3:56 – Skip James
5.  Toad – 5:09 – Baker

 

Disraeli Gears

Atco SD 33-232
Billboard:  entry – 9 Dec. 1967, peak – 4, stay – 77 weeks
Produced by Felix Pappalardi
Side One:
1.  Strange Brew – 2:45 – Clapton, Felix Pappalardi, Gail Collins
2.  Sunshine Of Your Love – 4:08 – Clapton, Bruce, Peter Brown
3.  World Of Pain – 3:05 – Felix Pappalardi, Gail Collins
4.  Dance The Night Away – 3:31 – Bruce, Peter Brown
5.  Blue Condition – 3:26 – Baker
Side Two:
1.  Tales Of Brave Ulysses – 2:50 – Clapton, Martin Sharp
2.  SWLABR – 2:31 – Bruce, Peter Brown
3.  We’re Going Wrong – 3:25 – Bruce
4.  Outside Woman Blues – 2:20 – Arthur Reynolds (aka Blind Joe Reynolds)
5.  Take It Back – 3:05 – Bruce, Peter Brown
6.  Mother’s Lament – 1:47 – Trad.

 

Wheels of Fire

Atco SD 2-700
Billboard:  entry – 13 July 1968, peak – 1 (4 weeks), stay – 46 weeks
Produced by Felix Pappalardi
Side One:
1.  White Room – 4:56 – Bruce, Pete Brown
2.  Sitting On Top Of The World – 4:56 – Chester Burnett
3.  Passing The Time – 4:31 – Baker, Mike Taylor
4.  As You Said – 4:19 – Bruce, Pete Brown
Side Two:
1.  Pressed Rat And Warthog – 3:13 – Baker, Mike Taylor
2.  Politician – 4:11 – Bruce, Pete Brown
3.  Those Were The Days – 2:52 – Baker, Mike Taylor
4.  Born Under A Bad Sign – 3:08 – Booker T. Jones, William Bell
5.  Deserted Cities Of The Heart – 4:36 – Bruce, Pete Brown
Side Three:
1.  Crossroads – 4:13 – Robert Johnson
2.  Spoonful – 16:44 – Willie Dixon
Side Four:
1.  Traintime – 6:52 – John Group (aka The Graham Bond Organisation) (although the inner sleeve credits Jack Bruce)
2.  Toad – 15:53 – Baker
Note:  Crossroads and Spoonful recorded 10 March 1968 at Winterland, San Francisco, CA, Traintime recorded 8 March 1968 at Winterland, and Toad recorded 7 March 1968 at The Fillmore, San Francisco.

 

Goodbye

Atco SD 7001
Billboard:  entry – 15 Feb. 1969, peak – 2, stay – 26 weeks
Produced by Felix Pappalardi
Side One:
1.  I’m So Glad – 9:11 – Skip James
2.  Politician – 6:19 – Bruce, Pete Brown
Side Two:
1.  Sitting On Top Of The World – 5:01 – Chester Burnett
2.  Badge – 2:45 – Clapton
3.  Doing that Scrapyard Thing – 3:14 – Bruce, Pete Brown
4.  What A Bringdown – 3:56 – Baker

 

Live Cream

Atco SD 33-328
Billboard:  entry – 2 May 1970, peak – 15, stay – 21 weeks
Produced by Felix Pappalardi (tracks A1, A2, B1, B2), and Ahmet Ertegun, Robert Stigwood (track A3)
Side One:
1.  N.S.U. – 10:13 – Bruce
2.  Sleepy Time Time – 6:50 – Bruce, Janet Godfrey
3.  Lawdy Mama – 2:47 – Amos Blakemore
Side Two:
1.  Sweet Wine – 15:08 – Baker, Janet Godfrey
2.  Rollin’ And Tumblin’ – 6:36 – Muddy Waters

 

Live Cream Volume II

Atco SD 7005
Billboard:  entry – 1 Apr. 1972, peak – 27, stay – 16 weeks
Produced by Felix Pappalardi
Side One:
1.  Deserted Cities Of The Heart – 4:32 – Bruce, Pete Brown
2.  White Room – 5:39 – Bruce, Pete Brown
3.  Politician – 5:05 – Bruce, Pete Brown
4.  Tales Of Brave Ulysses – 4:44 – Clapton, Martin Sharp
Side Two:
1.  Sunshine Of Your Love – 7:22 – Clapton, Bruce, Pete Brown
2.  Hideaway – 13:42 – Freddie King, Sonny Thompson

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