I'm So Glad

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"I'm So Glad"
Song by Cream from the album Fresh Cream
Released 9 December 1966
Recorded July - October 1966 at Rayrik Studios in London, Ryemuse Studios in London
Genre Blues rock, psychedelic rock
Length 3:57
Label Polydor
Writer Skip James
Producer Robert Stigwood
Fresh Cream track listing
"Rollin' and Tumblin'
(9)
"I'm So Glad"
(10)
"Toad"
(11)
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"I'm So Glad" is a song originally recorded by Skip James in 1931. The song is derived from a song written in 1927 by Art Sizemore and George A. Little entitled "So Tired"[citation needed] and first recorded that same year by Curley Huber. It was covered by Cream on their first album,[1] Fresh Cream, then later put on their last studio album Goodbye as a live performance, and also by Deep Purple on their first album Shades of Deep Purple. The Deep Purple's version is introduced by their own arrangement called "Prelude: Happiness".

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