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Cream were a 1960s British blues-rock band and supergroup consisting of bassist/vocalist Jack Bruce, guitarist/vocalist Eric Clapton, and drummer Ginger Baker. Their sound was characterised by a hybrid of blues, hard rock and psychedelic rock, combining Eric Clapton's blues guitar playing with the voice and basslines of Jack Bruce and the jazz-influenced drumming of Baker. Fresh Cream is Cream's December 1966 debut album. It was the first LP release of producer Robert Stigwood's new "Independent" Reaction Records label. It reached number 6 in the UK in February 1967 and - eventually - number 39 in the US in August 1968. The British version omitted "I Feel Free" (then their current single), while the US version contained it, though it dropped "Spoonful".In 2003, the album was ranked number 101 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

01 - I Feel Free
02 - N.S.U.
03 - Sleepy Time Time
04 - Dreaming
05 - Sweet Wine
06 - Spoonful
07 - Cat's Squirrel
08 - Four Until Late
09 - Rollin' And Tumblin'
10 - I'm So Glad
11 - Toad
12 - The Coffee Song
13 - Wrapping Paper

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Disraeli Gears is the second album by British supergroup, Cream. It was released in November 1967 and went on to reach #5 on the UK Albums Chart. It was also their American breakthrough, becoming a massive seller there in 1968, reaching #4 on the American charts. The album features the two singles "Strange Brew" and "Sunshine of Your Love". The title of the album was taken from an inside joke. Eric Clapton had been thinking of buying a racing bicycle and was discussing it with Ginger Baker, when a roadie named Mick Turner commented, "it's got them Disraeli Gears", meaning to say "derailleur gears," but instead alluding to 19th Century British Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli. The band thought this was hilarious, and decided that it should be the title of their next album. In 2003 the album was ranked number 112 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. VH1 also named it their 87th greatest album of all time in 2001.

01 - Strange Brew
02 - Sunshine Of Your Love
03 - World Of Pain
04 - Dance The Night Away
05 - Blue Condition
06 - Tales Of Brave Ulysses
07 - Swlabr
08 - We're Going Wrong
09 - Outside Woman Blues
10 - Take It Back
11 - Mother's Lament

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Live Cream (also called Live Cream, Volume 1) is a Winterland/Fillmore live compilation album by Cream released in 1970. This album comprises four live tracks recorded in 1968 and one studio track "Lawdy Mama" from 1967. The instrumental track for "Lawdy Mama" is the same chord progression as heard on "Strange Brew" with a different vocal and guitar solo by Eric Clapton. Live Cream hit #15 on the Billboard Hot 200, and made #4 on the UK Top 40.

01 - N.S.U.
02 - Sleepy Time Time
03 - Sweet Wine
04 - Rollin' And Tumblin'
05 - Lawdy Mama

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Live Cream Volume II is a live compilation album by Cream released in 1972. This album contains six tracks recorded at Winterland and Oakland Coliseum Arena in 1968. "Live Cream Volume II" went to #27 on the Billboard Hot 200, and #15 on the UK Album Charts.

01 - Deserted Cities Of The Heart
02 - White Room
03 - Politician
04 - Tales Of Brave Ulysses
05 - Sunshine Of Your Love
06 - Steppin' Out

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Collection of unreleased tracks, studio & live.

Disc 1

01 - Cat's Squirrel
02 - Beauty Queen
03 - Rollin' And Tumblin'
04 - Coffee Song
05 - Toad
06 - Sweet Wine #1
07 - Sweet Wine #2
08 - I Feel Free #1
09 - I Feel Free #2
10 - I Feel Free #3
11 - I Feel Free #4
12 - Wrapping Paper #1
13 - Wrapping Paper #2
14 - You Make Me Feel #1
15 - You Make Me Feel #2

Disc 2

01 - Sleepy Time Time (Alt Version From Acetate)
02 - Sweet Wine (Alt Version From Acetate)
03 - I'm So Glad (Alt Version From Acetate)
04 - Wrapping Paper (Alt Version From Acetate)
05 - Four Until Late (Alt Version From Acetate)
06 - Cat's Squirrel (Alt Version From Acetate)
07 - White Room (Without Wha Wha Solo)
08 - Sing Along
09 - Anyone For Tennis
10 - Pressed Rat And Warthog
11 - 2-11 Falstaff Beer #1
12 - 2-12 Falstaff Beer #2

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Spirit was an American jazz/hard rock/progressive rock/psychedelic band founded in 1967, based in Los Angeles, California. The original lineup of the group evolved from an earlier Los Angeles band, The Red Roosters, which included Randy California (guitars, vocals), Mark Andes (bass) and Jay Ferguson (vocals, percussion). With the addition of Ed Cassidy (drums) and keyboard player John Locke the new band was originally named the Spirits Rebellious (after a book by Khalil Gibran) but was soon shortened simply to Spirit. Randy California had also played with Jimi Hendrix (then known as Jimmy James) in Jimmy James and the Blue Flames in 1966. Spirit's self-titled debut album is one whose multifarious experimentalism owes a lot to the contemporary successes of The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band and Pink Floyd's The Piper at the Gates of Dawn. It marked the humble beginnings and grand aspirations of its eponymous authors. While the mindset required to produce Spirit was ubiquitous, the endeavour itself was far from clichéd. The eclecticism of Randy California's writing coupled Barrett's psychotropism with Morrison's West Coast bohemianism; and although the result proved somewhat inaccessible to the masses, it made the project ripe for underground FM airtime. The band would later curtail its psychedelia, focusing on a broader array of genres. This release was published first by Ode records in 1968.

01 - Fresh-Garbage
02 - Uncle Jack
03 - Mechanical World
04 - Taurus
05 - Girl In Your Eye
06 - Straight Arrow
07 - Topanga Windows
08 - Gramophone Man
09 - Water Woman
10 - The Great Canyon Fire In General
11 - Elijah
12 - Veruska [Bonus]
13 - Free Spirit [Bonus]
14 - If I Had A Woman [Bonus]
15 - Elijah [Alternate Take - Bonus]

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The Family That Plays Together, the second of four albums released by the original Spirit lineup, was marketed by Ode Records in 1968. Unlike its predecessor, Spirit, their self-titled and surreal debut, The Family That Plays Together evinces more greatly the band's ability for playing beyond the genre of psychedelic rock than within it. Tracks "It Shall Be" and "Silky Sam" demonstrate the ease with which the ensemble can incorporate jazz into their idiosyncratic form of rock, while "Jewish" and "Aren't You Glad" evidenced the band's competence in exploiting, to their advantage, both world music and jam rock respectively. "Poor Richard" and "Its All the Same" feature glorious double track lead breaks from guitarist California. The inspiration behind entitling The Family is alleged to have derived from the stepson-stepfather relationship guitarist Randy California and percussionist Ed Cassidy shared.

01 - I Got A Line On You
02 - It Shall Be
03 - Poor Richard
04 - Silky Sam
05 - Drunkard
06 - Darlin' If
07 - It's All The Same
08 - Jewish
09 - Dream Within A Dream
10 - She Smiles
11 - Aren't You Glad
12 - Fog
13 - So Little To Say
14 - Mellow Fellow
15 - Now Or Anywhere
16 - Space Chile

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This, the last album from the original lineup, is to me one of the the greatest albums ever made. It's got everything- fantastic songs-great production-competent and inspired musicians! The sound is more psychedelic with guitars zooming between the speakers and a lot of backwards tapes. The songwriting is more consistenly mature than on the previous albums. The album was initially a failure commercially, and this sadly led to the group breaking up. Ed Cassidy said in the Time Circle booklet: "There was frustration (...) we had had what we thought was going to be successful, and I think everybody started to think, 'Maybe it's not working. Maybe it's time to move on.' This was sort of like 'The last hurrah', so to speak, and I think that's one of the reasons why it became a classic album. It was advanced for it's times, doing a lot of things electronically that were not being done, and the arranging of songs and how we had initiated the blending of one song into another."

01 - Prelude - Nothin' To Hide
02 - Nature's Way
03 - Animal Zoo
04 - Love Has Found A Way
05 - Why Can't I Be Free
06 - Mr. Skin
07 - Space Child
08 - When I Touch You
09 - Street Worm
10 - Life Has Just Begun
11 - Morning Will Come
12 - Soldier

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Model Shop is a 2005 album by the Los Angeles group, Spirit, which collects the material they recorded in 1968, for the soundtrack to Jacques Demy's film Model Shop. Chronologically, the album's material falls in between their second and third albums, The Family That Plays Together (1968) and Clear (1969). For his film, director Jacques Demy wanted a band that captured the vibe of Los Angeles as he saw it. After hearing Spirit perform in an L.A. club, he decided that they would be the perfect group for his film's soundtrack. However, the film itself was considered a failure and no soundtrack album was released at the time. Most of the material remained unreleased until 2005, following the discovery of a master tape of the original mono mixes. Model Shop differs from other Spirit albums of the era, in that most of the songs were written collaboratively. Also, with the exception of "Now or Anywhere" and "Green Gorilla", the pieces are exclusively instrumental and hilight the Jazz leanings of the band.

01 - The Moving Van
02 - Mellow Fellow
03 - Now Or Anywhere
04 - Fog
05 - Green Gorilla
06 - Model Shop I
07 - Model Shop Ii (Clear)
08 - The Rehearsal Theme
09 - Song For Lola
10 - Eventide
11 - Coral
12 - Aren't You Glad

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The "Mercury years" of Spirit were not their early, formative years which were spent with CBS/Columbia. By 1975, the band had effectively ceased to exist. Randy California and Ed Cassidy however decided to give it another go. They resurrected the band name and self funded their comeback album "Spirit of '76", intended as part of the American bicentennial celebrations. Mercury Records picked up the band and further albums were recorded and released over the next couple of years.

Disc 1

01 - Jack Bond
02 - America Bautifultimesy Are A'changing
03 - Victim Of Society
04 - Lady Of The Lakes
05 - Tampa Jam
06 - My Road
07 - Sunrise
08 - Urantia
09 - Maunaloawhat Do I Have
10 - Feeling In Time
11 - Happy
12 - Walking The Dog
13 - Tampa Jam
14 - Joker On The Run
15 - When
16 - Like A Rolling Stone
17 - Veruska
18 - Once Again
19 - Tampa Jam
20 - Thank You Lord
21 - Guide Me
22 - Hey Joe

Disc 2

23 - Farther Along
24 - Atomic Boogie
25 - World Eat World Dog
26 - Don't Lock Up Your Door
27 - Colossus
28 - Phoebe
29 - Mega Star
30 - Once With You
31 - Diamond Spirit
32 - Stoney Night
33 - Pineapple
34 - Looking Into Darkness
35 - Holy Man
36 - Would You Believe
37 - Detroit City
38 - Circle
39 - Other Song
40 - Yesterday
41 - Family
42 - Maybe You'll Find
43 - Magic Fairy Princess
44 - Gorn Attack
45 - Stars Are Love
46 - It's Time Now
47 - Green Back Dollar

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Category: Oldies | Views: 669 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-11-22

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