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Cream / 1966-1972 vinyl box

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Universal will release a Cream vinyl box set in November that brings together all of the British rock supergroup’s studio and live LPs

Each record will boast exact reproductions of original artwork and will be pressed 180 gram heavyweight vinyl and they will come housed within a rigid slipcase box. The albums in the set are as follows: Fresh Cream (1966), Disraeli Gears (1967), Wheels of Fire (1968), Goodbye (1969) and both volumes of Live Cream (1970 and ’72 respectively).
Cream 1966-1972 will be released on 24 November 2014



Track listing

LP1: Fresh Cream (1966)
A1. N.S.U.
A2. Sleepy Time Time
A3. Dreaming
A4. Sweet Wine
A5. Spoonful
B1. Cat’s Squirrel
B2. Four Until Late
B3. Rollin’ And Tumblin’
B4. I’m So Glad
B5. Toad

LP2: Disraeli Gears (1967)
A1. Strange Brew
A2. Sunshine Of Your Love
A3. World Of Pain
A4. Dance The Night Away
A5. Blue Condition
B1. Tales Of Brave Ulysses
B2. SWLABR
B3. We’re Going Wrong
B4. Outside Woman Blues
B5. Take It Back
B6. Mother’s Lament

LP3: Wheels Of Fire (1968)
A1. White Room
A2. Sitting On Top Of The World
A3. Passing The Time
A4. As You Said
B1. Pressed Rat And Warthog
B2. Politician
B3. Those Were The Days
B4. Born Under A Bad Sign
B5. Deserted Cities Of The Heart
C1. Crossroads – Live At The Fillmore
C2. Spoonful – Live At The Fillmore
D1. Traintime – Live At The Fillmore
D2. Toad – Live At The Fillmore

LP4: Goodbye (1969)
A1. I’m So Glad
A2. Politician
B1. Sitting On Top Of The World
B2. Badge
B3. Doing That Scrapyard Thing
B4. What A Bringdown

LP5: Live Cream (1970)
A1. N.S.U.
A2. Sleepy Time Time
A3. Lawdy Mama
B1. Sweet Wine
B2. Rollin’ And Tumblin’

LP6: Live Cream Volume II (1972)
A1. Deserted Cities Of The Heart
A2. White Room
A3. Politician
A4. Tales Of Brave Ulysses
B1. Sunshine Of Your Love
B2. Hideaway

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14 responses to Cream / 1966-1972 vinyl box

  1. Jon Shaw says:

    It’s a good idea, shame it couldn’t have stretched to include mono versions or the extra tracks, Anyone For Tennis, the Coffee Song and the extra stuff from the Those were The Days box set.

    • Gerth Molander says:

      I hope there will a mono version of this box
      so I will wait and see ( and pray )

      its great music, and its really music history

      God Bless Dear Jack

  2. karl says:

    way too much money for 6lps’s unless # and low pressing.. Not buying unless it’s under 60.

  3. Alan Fenwick says:

    I opted to order from Amazon Spain, worked out around £65 delivered to the UK which I think is a reasonably good deal.

  4. Mazzy says:

    are these all analogue or from digital files? I’m not always anti digital but when they make big box sets like this, they should let you know

    • C Feeney says:

      Quite right. Price is similar to the Dire Straits box that came out in 2012, but I’d want some quality assurance before buying. I didn’t buy the Dire Straits box, but would be interested in this.

  5. Mono or Stereo. Why not both? Very poor.

  6. karl says:

    okay I gave in and preordered it for 73 including shipping overseas woohoo!!

  7. Fat Old Bloke says:

    Wheels Of Fire live tracks actually were not recorded at the Fillmore except for Spoonful from memory, the others were from another show in 1968 possibly Winterland. Would love to see some complete concerts issued.

  8. Lars Bagger says:

    The two Live Cream albums are good, but it would be nice to have the tracks rearranged into a full Winterland show. The Fillmore shows would also be nice to have in their entirety.

  9. Simon F says:

    Got ’em all on vinyl already so that saves me a small fortune!

  10. eric weinraub says:

    the Dire Straits box was stunning…one could hope the same from this one…

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