Cream - Live Cream download album
Live Cream (also called Live Cream, Volume 1) is a live compilation album by the British rock band 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 as heard on "Strange Brew" with a different vocal and guitar solo by Eric Clapton. Live Cream hit No. 15 on the Billboard 200, and made No. 4 on the UK Top 40.
Features Song Lyrics for Cream's Live Cream album. Rollin’ and Tumblin’ Lyrics. Live At Winterland, San Francisco, 1968) Lyrics. 3. Sleepy Time Time (Live At Winterland, San Francisco, 1968) Lyrics. 4. Sweet Wine (Live At Winterland, San Francisco, 1968) Lyrics. 5. Rollin' and Tumblin' (Live At Fillmore West, Los Angeles, 1968) Lyrics.
Released in April 1970 and derived from tapes made at three May 1968 California shows, all of the live tracks here consist of songs originally featured on the group's least ambitious and most rudimentary album, Fresh Cream, dating from 1966 - and as it happens, there's not a hit represented among the five songs, a fact that probably made this release seem.
The Cream Greatest Hits Full Album Live - Best Songs of Cream - Full Album Cream NEW Playlist 2018. Live Cream Volume 3. 2016-05-11. Live Cream Vol. 3 1. Tales of Brave Ulysses 2. NSU 3. Sitting On Top of the World 4. Sweet Wine 5. Rollin' and Tumblin' 6. Spoonful 7. Stepping Out 8. Traintime. Cream Sun Vanishes - 1967 - ( Full Album).
Cream - Live Cream (1970). 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 Clapton's blues guitar playing with the powerful voice and intense bass lines of Jack Bruce and the jazz-influenced drumming of Ginger Baker. It's hard to know where to start when talking about Cream. This album is comprised of four live tracks recorded in 1968 at Winterland and The Fillmore, and one studio track "Lawdy Mama" from 1967, recorded during the Disraeli Gears sessions. 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.
Cream was one of the first power trios to take the world by storm, combining Eric Clapton's flawless guitar playing, Jack Bruce’s jazz-influenced bass and vocal might, and Ginger Baker’s amazing drumming. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Cream singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio and live Cream albums. Two years later, the trio released Wheels of Fire (1968), which became the first ever platinum double album. If you want to know the best Cream album of all time, this list will answer your question. Albums range from Fresh Cream (1966) to Goodbye (1969).
Live Cream is best enjoyed loud and in full performance. The power of this band cranked up full volume has its rewards and this offering does so in spades. For a wider spectrum of their live recordings combine this with Live Cream Vol ll, the first side of Goodbye Cream, and the live side of Wheels of Fire, all recorded extremely well for the technology of the time, and you pretty much get the band in classic blistering performance. I heard them live 3 times in Chicago in late 60s in huge venues and this exactly what they sounded like. I'm always hitting the yard sales or Goodwill stores but experience lots of disappointment. When it came I was astounded how good condition the cover was.
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|B2||Rollin' And Tumblin'|
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