Cream Discography

Cream was the original power trio and one of the leading proponents of the psychedelic blues-rock that would later morph into progressive rock….

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Cream: Fresh Cream (1966)

Kronomyth 1.0: HALF AND HALF. When Fresh Cream spilled out of the speakers, there was no cleaning up the mess it made. The…

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Cream: Disraeli Gears (1967)

Kronomyth 2.0: SO MANY FANTASTIC COLORS. Cream’s second album is one of the earliest examples of progressive rock. Compared to other “artifacts” from…

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Cream: “Sunshine of Your Love” (1968)

Kronomyth 2.1: SUNSHINE RAINBOW. This was technically the first single from the band’s second album, since “Strange Brew” was released as a non-album…

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Cream: “Crossroads” (1969)

Kronomyth 3.2: PAST TIME (FOR WHOM THE TUBULAR BELL TOLLS). The second single from Wheels of Fire came from the Fillmore side, a…

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Cream: Goodbye (1969)

A Third Wheel of Fire, or Cream Goes Out with a Badge. Why did Cream have to break up? I blame Yoko.

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Best of Cream (1969)

Kronomyth 5.0: THE CREAM IS DEAD. With a name like Cream, I suppose it’s only fitting that their labels milk them for all…

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Cream: Live Cream (1970)

Kronomyth 6.0: SHORT LIVE CREAM! Recordings of Cream’s live shows in San Francisco from the Spring of 1968 sprung up on two posthumous…

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Cream: BBC Sessions (2003)

Kronomyth 12.0: The Baker Bruce Clapton Sessions. Thirty years on and thensum, the BBC released recordings of another BBC—Baker, Bruce and Clapton—that capture…

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