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Cream – Disraeli Gears (180gm Vinyl LP)

Cream – Disraeli Gears (180gm Vinyl LP)
Product Code: Cream – Disraeli Gears (180gm Vinyl LP)
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Cream Disraeli Gears on 180g LP

The British rock supergroup Cream was formed in 1966, and consisted of bassist/singer Jack Bruce, drummer Ginger Baker and guitarist/singer Eric Clapton. Their sound was characterized by a hybrid of blues rock, hard rock and burgeoning psychedelic rock, combining imaginative lyrics often written by poet Pete Brown, Clapton’s innovative blues guitar playing, Bruce’s operatic voice and fluid bass playing, and Baker’s jazz-influenced drumming.
 
Cream soon evolved further creating a trademark approach built around each musician’s virtuoso playing. Their live performances became renowned for lengthy improvisational pieces based on traditional blues structures such as "Crossroads" and "Spoonful," modern blues such as "Born Under A Bad Sign," and their own songs such as "White Room" and Baker’s powerhouse showcase "Toad."
 
Following their first hit single "I Feel Free" in January 1967, Cream’s debut, Fresh Cream, set the tone for the group’s inventive mix of blues standards and more eccentric original material and reached No. 6 in the UK album charts. It offered a unique blend of blues like Robert Johnson’s "Four Until Late" and Skip James’ "I’m So Glad" and creative originals such as "Dreaming" and the instrumental "Cat’s Squirrel."
 
Before the end of the year, Cream released the follow-up Disraeli Gears, its distinctive Day-Glo psychedelic cover designed by underground illustrator Martin Sharp. Recorded in May in New York during their first American tour, it includes landmark songs such as "Strange Brew," the melodic but heavy-riffing "Sunshine Of Your Love" and more surrealistic, wah-wah drenched "Tales Of Brave Ulysses"; in all a brilliant, textured, multi-dubbed sound that went beyond blues.
 
Correlating with Polydor's Cream: 1966 - 1972 box set, Disraeli Gears has been pressed on 180 gram heavyweight audiophile vinyl and features an exact reproduction of the original artwork to retain authenticity. 
 
Cream Disraeli Gears Track Listing:
 
1.  Strange Brew
2.  Sunshine Of Your Love
3.  World Of Pain
4.  Dance The Night Away
5.  Blue Condition
6.  Tales Of Brave Ulysses
7.  SWLABR
8.  We're Going Wrong
9.  Outside Woman Blues
10. Take It Back
11. Mother's Lament
 

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