The Very Best of Cream is a 1995 compilation album by the British rock band Cream; it is not to be confused with Strange Brew: The Very Best of Cream. Wrapping Paper" (Jack Bruce, Pete Brown) – 2:21. I Feel Free" (Bruce, Brown) – 2:54. Sweet Wine" (Ginger Baker, Janet Godfrey) – 3:19. I'm So Glad" (Skip James) – 4:01. Spoonful" (Willie Dixon) – 6:30. Strange Brew" (Eric Clapton, Felix Pappalardi, Gail Collins Pappalardi) – 2:48.
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. 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).
Cream is ranked number 184 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 17,627. Members who like this artist also like: The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Led Zeppelin and The Beatles. The Cream of Clapton by Eric Clapton (CD, Mar-1995, Polydor/Chronicles) Condition: Very Good. Time left: 1m 27s. Ships to: Worldwide. HE556) Ratatat, Cream On Chrome - 2015 DJ CD Condition: Acceptable. Time left: 5m 46s.
The Very Best Of Cream Album.
Note, then, that this album, despite the similar title, is a newly compiled 1995 CD/cassette containing all of the recordings on Strange Brew, plus ten more. It is thus the most comprehensive Cream anthology on the market, and includes all the group's essential tracks on a single disc with superior sound in a package containing good annotations.
Wheels of Fire, Fresh Cream, and Disraeli Gears all make an impression on this CD, and let me say, it is indeed a very good listen. This is one of, if not the best compilation �Greatest Hits� album, just because it doesn�t lack any of their good material from any album, even their debut. After a few more tracks, �Spoonful� a six minute, all out blues guitar jam from Clapton, is a genius cover of the Willie Dixon tune
Best of Cream (1969) by Cream. Labels: Polydor, Atco Records. Genres: Blues Rock, Hard Rock Members: Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker.