Cream Records was an American record label started in 1970, by former Liberty Records head Al Bennett. In 1977, he acquired Hi Records which became a division of Cream. After Bennett died, it was run by his daughter Adelah Bennett Shaw until she died in 2009. With Cream Records Joyce Cobb recorded a Top 40 hit single in 1979 with her original tune Dig The Gold. The next year she had another release which charted for 6 weeks with Billboard topping out at #90 for Cream Records in the R&B category: How Glad I Am.
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