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Cream singles discographyCream 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 singles discography. Click here for their album discography, and here for their biography.

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Cream Singles Discography

Songwriting and Production

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

 

Atco 45-6462
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 16 Dec. 1967, peak – 116, stay – 1 week
Produced by Robert Stigwood
A.  I Feel Free – 2:48 – Bruce, Pete Brown
B.  N.S.U. – 2:43 – Bruce

Atco 45-6488
June 1967
Produced by Felix Pappalardi
A.  Strange Brew – 2:45 – Clapton, Felix Pappalardi, Gail Collins
B.  Tales Of Brave Ulysses – 2:50 – Clapton, Martin Sharp

Atco 45-6522
Sep. 1967
Produced by Robert Stigwood
A.  Spoonful – Part 1 – 2:25 – Willie Dixon
B.  Spoonful – Part 2 – 2:28 – Willie Dixon
Note:  some releases spell the title as Spoonfull

Atco 45-6544
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 13 Jan. 1968, peak – 5, stay – 26 weeks
Produced by Felix Pappalardi
A.  Sunshine of Your Love – 3:03 – Clapton, Bruce, Pete Brown
B.  SWLABR – 2:30 – Bruce, Pete Brown

Atco 45-6575
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 11 May 1968, peak – 64, stay – 5 weeks
Produced by Felix Pappalardi
A.  Anyone For Tennis (The Savage Seven Theme) – 2:37 – Clapton, Martin Sharp
B.  Pressed Rat And Warthog – 3:18 – Baker, Mike Taylor

Atco 45-6617
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 5 Oct. 1968, peak – 6, stay – 11 weeks
Produced by Felix Pappalardi
A.  White Room – 3:04 – Bruce, Pete Brown
B.  Those Were The Days – 2:52 – Baker, Mike Taylor

Atco 45-6646
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 25 Jan. 1969, peak – 28, stay – 8 weeks
Produced by Felix Pappalardi
A.  Crossroads – 4:16 – Robert Johnson
B.  Passing The Time – 4:31 – Baker, Mike Taylor

Atco 45-6668
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 5 Apr. 1969, peak – 60, stay – 5 weeks
Produced by Felix Pappalardi
A.  Badge – 2:43 – Clapton
B.  What A Bringdown – 3:56 – Baker
Note: some releases give songwriting credit for Badge to Clapton and George Harrison.

Atco 45-6708
1970
Produced by Ahmet Ertegun and Robert Stigwood (A-side) and The Robert Stigwood Organization (B-side)
A.  Lawdy Mama – 2:47 – Trad.
B.  Sweet Wine – 3:16 – Janet Godfrey, Baker

 

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Cream Singles Discography

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