Vinyl Box Sets
|No. of Discs:||10|
Original mono versions reissued
A tribute to Clapton, drummer Ginger Baker and bassist/singer Jack Bruce
Get set for generous spoonfuls of classic bluesy, hard-rocking, psychedelia with the release of a 7-inch mono singles box set by the original rock power trio, Cream.
Universal Music have raided the archives of the Reaction, Atco and Polydor labels to select these long-deleted records for this 10-disc set. It includes everything from "Tales of Brave Ulysses" which showcased Eric Clapton's use of the wah-wah guitar pedal for the first time, their reworking of "Crossroads" (originally recorded by Blues legend Robert Johnson in 1936), all the way through to "Badge" which Clapton co-wrote with his mate George Harrison and proved to be the band's last charting single.
Exclusive new artwork has been commissioned for the sleeves of each record, presented together in a rigid, matt-laminated 'lid-and-tray' box.
|1. Wrapping Paper / Cat’s Squirrel|
|2. I Feel Free / N.S.U|
|3. Strange Brew / Tales Of Brave Ulysses|
|4. Spoonful Pt.1 / Spoonful Pt.2|
|5. Anyone For Tennis / Pressed Rat And Warthog|
|6. Sunshine Of Your Love / SWLABR|
|7. White Room / Those Were The Days|
|8. Crossroads / Passing The Time|
|9. Badge / What A Bringdown|
|10. Lawdy Mama / Sweet Wine|