List of songs recorded by Cream

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Cream in 1967. L-R: Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce, and Eric Clapton.

A list of songs recorded by British rock band Cream.

List[edit]

Contents
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Key
Song released as a single Indicates single release
Indicates songs not written or co-written by the members of Cream Indicates songs not written or co-written by the members of Cream
Name of song, writer(s), original release, and year of release
Song Writer(s) Original release Year Ref.
"Anyone for Tennis" dagger Eric Clapton
Martin Sharp
The Savage Seven (soundtrack) 1968 [1]
"As You Said" Jack Bruce
Pete Brown
Wheels of Fire 1968 [2]
"Badge" dagger Eric Clapton
George Harrison
Goodbye 1969 [3]
"Blue Condition" Ginger Baker Disraeli Gears 1967 [4]
"Born Under a Bad Sign" Booker T. Jones
William Bell double-dagger
Wheels of Fire 1968 [5]
"Cat's Squirrel" Doctor Ross
arr. Jack Bruce
Ginger Baker
Eric Clapton
Fresh Cream 1966 [6]
"Crossroads" (live) dagger Robert Johnson
arr. Eric Clapton
Wheels of Fire 1968 [7]
"Dance the Night Away" Jack Bruce
Pete Brown
Disraeli Gears 1967 [4]
"Deserted Cities of the Heart" Jack Bruce
Pete Brown
Wheels of Fire 1968 [5]
"Doing That Scrapyard Thing" Jack Bruce
Pete Brown
Goodbye 1969 [3]
"Dreaming" Jack Bruce Fresh Cream 1966 [8]
"Four Until Late" Robert Johnson
arr. Eric Clapton
Fresh Cream 1966 [6]
"I Feel Free"[a] dagger Jack Bruce
Pete Brown
Non-album single 1966 [10]
"I'm So Glad"[b] Skip James double-dagger Fresh Cream 1966 [6]
"Lawdy Mama" dagger Traditional
arr. Eric Clapton
Live Cream 1970 [12]
"Mother's Lament" Traditional
arr. Jack Bruce
Eric Clapton
Ginger Baker
Disraeli Gears 1967 [13]
"N.S.U." Jack Bruce Fresh Cream 1966 [8]
"Outside Woman Blues" Blind Joe Reynolds
arr. Eric Clapton
Disraeli Gears 1967 [13]
"Passing the Time" Ginger Baker
Mike Taylor
Wheels of Fire 1968 [2]
"Politician"[c] Jack Bruce
Pete Brown
Wheels of Fire 1968 [5]
"Pressed Rat and Warthog" Ginger Baker
Mike Taylor
Wheels of Fire 1968 [5]
"Rollin' and Tumblin'" Muddy Waters double-dagger Fresh Cream 1966 [6]
"Sitting on Top of the World"[d] Walter Vinson
Lonnie Chatmon
arr. Chester Burnett double-dagger
Wheels of Fire 1968 [2]
"Sleepy Time Time" Jack Bruce
Janet Godfrey
Fresh Cream 1966 [8]
"Spoonful"[e] dagger Willie Dixon double-dagger Fresh Cream 1966 [8]
"Strange Brew" dagger Eric Clapton
Felix Pappalardi
Gail Collins
Disraeli Gears 1967 [4]
"Sunshine of Your Love" dagger Jack Bruce
Eric Clapton
Pete Brown
Disraeli Gears 1967 [4]
"SWLABR" dagger Jack Bruce
Pete Brown
Disraeli Gears 1967 [13]
"Sweet Wine" Ginger Baker
Janet Godfrey
Fresh Cream 1966 [8]
"Take It Back" Jack Bruce
Pete Brown
Disraeli Gears 1967 [13]
"Tales of Brave Ulysses" dagger Eric Clapton
Martin Sharp
Disraeli Gears 1967 [13]
"Those Were the Days" Ginger Baker
Mike Taylor
Wheels of Fire 1968 [5]
"Toad"[f] Ginger Baker Fresh Cream 1966 [6]
"Traintime" (live) Jack Bruce Wheels of Fire 1968 [14]
"We're Going Wrong" Jack Bruce Disraeli Gears 1967 [13]
"What a Bringdown" Ginger Baker Goodbye 1969 [3]
"White Room" dagger Jack Bruce
Pete Brown
Wheels of Fire 1968 [2]
"World of Pain" Felix Pappalardi
Gail Collins double-dagger
Disraeli Gears 1967 [4]
"Wrapping Paper" dagger Jack Bruce
Pete Brown
Non-album single 1966 [15]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "I Feel Free" was released as the first track on the U.S. version of Fresh Cream.[9]
  2. ^ A live version of "I'm So Glad" was released on Goodbye.[11]
  3. ^ A live version of "Politician" was released on Goodbye.[11]
  4. ^ A live version of "Sitting on Top of the World" was released on Goodbye.[3]
  5. ^ A live version of "Spoonful" was released on Wheels of Fire.[7]
  6. ^ A live version of "Toad" was released on Wheels of Fire.[14]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Viglione, Joe. "The Savage Seven – Original Soundtrack". AllMusic. Retrieved 30 December 2017.
  2. ^ a b c d Wheels of Fire (Side 1 vinyl liner notes). Cream. UK: Polydor Records. 1968. 583 031/2 – via Discogs.
  3. ^ a b c d Goodbye (Side 2 vinyl liner notes). Cream. UK: Polydor Records. 1969. 583 053 – via Discogs.
  4. ^ a b c d e Disraeli Gears (Side 1 vinyl liner notes). Cream. UK: Reaction Records. 1967. 593003 – via Discogs.
  5. ^ a b c d e Wheels of Fire (Side 2 vinyl liner notes). Cream. UK: Polydor Records. 1968. 583 031/2 – via Discogs.
  6. ^ a b c d e Fresh Cream (Side 2 vinyl liner notes). Cream. UK: Reaction Records. 1966. 594001 – via Discogs.
  7. ^ a b Wheels of Fire (Side 3 vinyl liner notes). Cream. UK: Polydor Records. 1968. 583 031/2 – via Discogs.
  8. ^ a b c d e Fresh Cream (Side 1 vinyl liner notes). Cream. UK: Reaction Records. 1966. 594001 – via Discogs.
  9. ^ Fresh Cream (Side 1 vinyl liner notes). Cream. US: Atco Records. 1967. SD 33-206 – via Discogs.
  10. ^ "I Feel Free" (Side A single liner notes). Cream. UK: Reaction Records. 1966. 591011 – via Discogs.
  11. ^ a b Goodbye (Side 1 vinyl liner notes). Cream. UK: Polydor Records. 1969. 583 053 – via Discogs.
  12. ^ Bowman, Rob. "Live Cream, Vol. 1 – Cream". AllMusic. Retrieved 30 December 2017.
  13. ^ a b c d e f Disraeli Gears (Side 2 vinyl liner notes). Cream. UK: Reaction Records. 1967. 593003 – via Discogs.
  14. ^ a b Wheels of Fire (Side 4 vinyl liner notes). Cream. UK: Polydor Records. 1968. 583 031/2 – via Discogs.
  15. ^ "Wrapping Paper" (Side A single liner notes). Cream. UK: Reaction Records. 1966. 591007 – via Discogs.