BEST OF ATCO
The famous vegetable cover.
DISRAELI GEARS ATCO
DISRAELI GEARS (Deluxe edition) POLYDOR US B0003331-02 CDx2
FRESH CREAM ATCO
FRESH CREAM ATCO
FRESH CREAM RSO
Mono & stereo
My favorite Cream LP – my
KLOOK'S KLEET '66 CAPRICORN EU CR-2042 CD
Live in Englsn, 196 – pirate CD, should be “Klook’s Kleek”!
LIVE CREAM RSO
A re-issue, but never one I cared about very much at the time.
THOSE WERE THE DAYS (4CD boxed set) POLYDOR
This was purportedly their entire recorded output – but there’s tons more than on the 4CD boxed set – but it does have some nice stuff on it – their “Falstaff Beer” commercial, for instance.
WHEELS OF FIRE POLYDOR
WHEELS OF FIRE RSO JPN MW 9063/4 LPx2
WHEELS OF FIRE - IN THE STUDIO POLYDOR
My Japanese copy has a foil cover, my
Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker. I wish I had a massive Cream collection (like Ed Winfield), but I only have this humble start – and this list doesn’t even include singles – and I have some great ones! You absolutely must hear “Swlabr” on a 45!
My favorite Cream track by a mile is “Doing That Scrapyard Thing” – I like this song so much, I went and tracked down the author of the lyrics – Mr. Pete Brown, in
Lately, I have been listening to a lot more John Mayall material – and finally hearing the Eric Clapton (Mayall) material that everyone was so excited over. I have been a Graham Bond Organization fan for years, and I eagerly collect anything at all with Mr. Bond’s name on it – most of which also features Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker. I have the Paul Jones (of Manfred Mann) 45 “Sonny Boy Williamson”, which is supposedly a duet between Paul Jones and Jack Bruce. I never really knew that Jack Bruce had so much to do with Manfred Mann (Mk. II)!
Yes, I bought Ginger Baker’s Air Force LP’s; yes, I own Jack Bruce solo LP’s (everything from “Songs For A Tailor” to “Automatic” – and selected titles after that). I have a few Clapton solo LP’s, but not so many, really. “Layla” is pretty good – but I find the overall double LP a bit too much, and a tad, er…sloppy.
So, all hail the mighty Cream. I didn’t go to