We're Going Wrong
|"We're Going Wrong"|
|Song by Cream from the album Disraeli Gears|
|Recorded||May 1967 at Atlantic Studios, New York City|
|Genre||Blues rock, psychedelic rock, hard rock|
Polydor (U.S. Reissue)
|Disraeli Gears track listing|
"We're Going Wrong" is a song by British supergroup Cream from the album Disraeli Gears. The song was written by bassist Jack Bruce and was the only song on Gears that Jack wrote without lyricist Pete Brown.
With the song's lyrics being only two stanzas long, Jack Bruce's vocals are stretched out throughout the length of the song and are backed by Eric Clapton's psychedelic-style guitar work and Ginger Baker's drum beat which, at least when played live, uses Timpani drum mallets instead of regular drumsticks.
Many of the tracks on Disraeli Gears, including "Sunshine of Your Love", were dropped from Cream's live set in late-1967 and replaced by longer tracks such as the rendition of "Spoonful" and Ginger Baker's instrumental "Toad". "We're Going Wrong", however, achieved occasional play time.
Live album discography
The following Cream live albums releases featured "We're Going Wrong":
- BBC Sessions
- Royal Albert Hall
- The fourteen song played in the setlist.
The following Cream compilation albums releases featured "We're Going Wrong":
Jack Bruce solo versions
A live cover version of the song, recorded August 19, 1971 was released on Bruce's 1995 live release BBC Live in Concert and later released in 2008 on Spirit. Another live cover appeared on his 2003 release More Jack Than God. Another live version was released on HR Big Band Featuring Jack Bruce.
- All song information from the Disraeli Gear Polydor Reissue Liner Notes except Genre & Label
- "Untitled 1". Jackbruce.com. Retrieved 2012-03-14.
- on YouTube
- "Disraeli Gears - Deluxe Edition". Jack Bruce. Retrieved 2012-03-14.
- "Cream 2005 Reunion". Cream2005.com. Retrieved 2012-03-14.
- "BBC Live in Concert". Jack Bruce. 1971-08-19. Retrieved 2012-03-14.
- "Spirit". Jack Bruce. Retrieved 2012-03-14.
- "More Jack Than God". Jack Bruce. Retrieved 2012-03-14.
- "Live at 37. Deutsches Jazzfestival". Jack Bruce. 2006-10-26. Retrieved 2012-03-14.