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CREAM
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[What's New]
MUSIC
[Intro]
[Personnel] [Fresh Cream] [Disraeli Gears] [Wheels Of Fire] [Goodbye]
REFERENCE
[Print Media/Books] [Audio Media/Discography] [Video Media/Filmography] [Other Cream links]
MISC
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CREAM
WHAT's NEW
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What's new on this web page?

If you see the date changing on this page, without an announcement in this section, it is probably something like fixing minor coding problems, spelling errors, minor layout changes, new page on this site (so I changed bottom index), ... Any major changes to this page, will be announced here.

May 31, 2007. You can now listen to streaming free music from this band as well as others at Wolfgangs Vault.

December 3, 2006. A belated mention is better than no mention at all. The highlights of the Cream Reunion shows from 2005 are currently available on CD and DVD.

July 18, 2005. I just noticed that the ezBoard message board that I had set up for this web site had been deleted. Since restoration of the deleted conference is only available to subscribers to their service, and since the activity was relatively light, I not planning on looking for another message board. If you do think a message board is worth while, or you have a message board that you like, let me know and I may promote it here. As always you can contact me here.

July 5, 2005. I was doing some web surfing, and look what I found. You can now watch, online, the 90 minute Cream's Farewell Concert. LikeTelevision.

Yahoo! News Clapton Whips Up Cream Reunion by Josh Grossberg. According to the news article, the reunion is planned for May 2005 (4 shows) at the Royal Albert Hall. For those who won't be able to attend, they are planning on either a CD or a DVD of their performance.

November 20, 2004. I just picked up the Cream - Disraeli Gears - Deluxe Edition. As a completeist, I couldn't pass it by. This 2CD release includes the complete album in stereo, as well as mono. One out-take (Lawdy Mama-stereo and mono), was previously released on The Alternate Album, Those Were The Days, Live Cream. The other out-take was not previously released, Blue Condition-Eric Clapton vocals (stereo and mono versions). It also includes the same 5 demos included on the 4 CD Those Were The Days. The 9 BBC tracks are the same ones on the BBC Sessions CD. And of course, there is a nice booklet discussing the original times and recording sessions, along with photos.

Washington Post review of Cream BBC Sessions CD

April 11, 2003. I just picked up the Cream - BBC Sessions. While this compilation is not the complete BBC Sessions, it does have a version of most of the tunes played for the BBC with minimal duplication.

March 10, 2001. It looks like I may have been premature in moving to a new web hosting site. I just found out that whenever Tripod.com is having hardware or software problems with their servers, they put up a message for the webmaster that their site is in violation of terms, and the web site has been deleted (instead of a message about system problems and try again later). Anyway, I believed Tripod.com when they said they deleted my account, so I will be moving, and making chromeoxide.com my new home on the web.

March 10, 2001. As long as I am moving my entire site, I decided to make a few changes to the layout of the individual pages, and the web site in general, including (but not limited to) I removed the counter, and moved the listings of mirror sites to the bottom of the page, ...

March 6, 2001. Sometime between March 1 to March 5, 2001 Tripod deleted my account/web site. The last stats Tripod gave me were 9,000+ visitors per month. Since my site is so popular, I have decided to keep it going, in spite of this major setback. But rather than trying to build up another free web site, and possibly deal with this problem again, I decided go with CommandLine.net to host the new chromeoxide.com.

January 23, 2001. For those of you that like to read about the music as well as listen to it, you might want to check out the new book on Cream published Balafon Books and written by Chris Welch. It includes what the band members were doing before Cream, and is based on interviews with the band members at that time, as well as recent interviews. The book includes photos of the band as well as the commercial 45s and albums, detail analysis of the records, as well as a tour log and with brief commentary.

October 31, 2000. The new Chrome Oxide Music Collectors Pages Message Board is provided by EZBoard.

October 31, 1999. There used to be a complete listing of all the bands featured on this site at the bottom of each page on this site. The complete band list has now been moved to the Site Map.

Back in June 1997 when I started this site, the index at the bottom of the page seemed like a good idea. Due to the amazing growth of this site, I now think that the Site Map is a better way to do it.

I will continue to list the featured band of the month at the bottom of each page on this site.

December 3, 2002 CD Now is undergoing changes, and asked that ALL links be removed.
October 28, 1999 I signed up with CD Now.

October 22, 1999. The Chrome Oxide Music Collector Pages web site hit the big time! And I didn't even know it.

Tripod stats showed that this web site had more than 4,000 unique visitors last month (September 1999). Because of that, Tripod has increased my web space from 11mb to 50mb.

May 21, 1999. On the advice of legal counsel, we have now added a copyright notice, and legal disclaimer to the bottom of each page on this web site.

March 31, 1999. I started a new section on this page, Classifieds. Now, if someone is interesed in putting an ad here, or I find something I think is worthwhile, there is a place for it.

March 16, 1999. Thanks to a recent visitor to this page, we now have a logo for the Chrome Oxide Music Collectors Pages, as well as a new background and seperator bars. There may be additional changes to look forward to as well.

February 10, 1999. I just picked up The Alternative album. You can see it here listed just under the Fresh Cream album.

December 29, 1998. I started creating this page. :-)

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CREAM
INTRO:
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Cream was a mid 1960s band from England. Eric Clapton had previously been playing a fairly straight blues/rock music in a number of bands. With Cream, he decided to break away from that format, and try something new. With the help of Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker (both veterans of a number of bands), Cream ended up creating music that influenced everyone on the scene, and many that came after. They took a blues/rock song, and injected free form improvisation into it. While other bands may have been experimenting with this, Cream became famous for doing this. It is hard to talk about power trios, without mentioning Cream.

The recent 4 CD box set Those Were The Days, which re-releases all their studio and live albums, as well as a few demos is a welcome way to start, or complete any Cream collection.

For the dedicated collector, the newly released The Alternative Album is demos/work tracks of most of the Fresh Cream album with a few misc. tracks thrown in.

Comments and corrections would be appreciated.

And of course, any audio-video-print additions to my collection would be appreciated.

I am also interested in getting wider exposure for this site. So links from your site to mine would be appreciated. And if you know of any sites that allow/encourage submission, I would also appreciate knowing about them as well.

Do you have any articles, books, albums, tapes, CDs, ... on this band that you would like reviewed and / or integrated into this page?

Do you have any other band that you would like to see a page for on this site?

Please send to:

Chrome Oxide
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CREAM
Personnel
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PERSONNEL: June 1966 to November 26, 1968
        Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
        Jack Bruce - bass, keyboards, lead vocals
        Ginger Baker - drums, vocals
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Fresh Cream
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LIVE SHOW: July 29, 1966 Twisted Wheel, Manchester, England (first live show in front of an audience)
LIVE SHOW: July 31, 1966 6th National Jazz And Blues Festival, Royal Windsor Racecourse, Windsor, Berkshire, England

LIVE SHOW: August 2, 1966 Klook's Kleek R&B Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, London, England
STUDIO SESSION: August 3, 1966 Rayik Studio, Chalk Farm, London, England
(a1)    The Coffee Song
(a1)    You Make Me Feel (demo)
LIVE SHOW: August 5, 1966 Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, London, England
LIVE SHOW: August 6, 1966 Town Hall, Torquay, Devon, England
LIVE SHOW: August 9, 1966 Fishmongers Arms, Wood Green, London, England
LIVE SHOW: August 16, 1966 Marquee Club, Central London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: August 19, 1966 Cellar Club, Kingston-upon-Thames, London, England
STUDIO SESSION: August ??, 1966 Rayik Studio, Chalk Farm, London
(a1)    Wrapping Paper
LIVE SHOW: August 27, 1966 Ram Jam Club, Brixton, London, England
LIVE SHOW: August 27, 1966 Flamingo Club, Central London, England
GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Fresh Cream' cover
STUDIO SESSION: Fresh Cream
(July to September 1966 Chalk Farm Studios and Mayfair Studios, London)
(a1)    I Feel Free (american album, not english) (September 1966 Spot Studio, Central London, England)
(a1)    N.S.U. (September 1966 Spot Studio, Central London, England)
(a1)    Sleepy Time Time (October 1966 Spot Studio, Central London, England)
(a1)    Dreaming (October 1966 Spot Studio, Central London, England)
(a1)    Sweet Wine (October 1966 Spot Studio, Central London, England)
(a1)    Spoonful (english album, not american) (November 1966 Spot Studio, Central London, England)
(a1)    Cat's Squirrel (September 1966 Spot Studio, Central London, England)
(a1)    Four Until Late (November 1966 Spot Studio, Central London, England)
(a1)    Rollin' And Tumblin' (November 1966 Spot Studio, Central London, England)
(a1)    I'm So Glad (November 1966 Spot Studio, Central London, England)
(a1)    Toad (November 1966 Spot Studio, Central London, England)

(a2)    Rollin' And Tumblin' (take 2)
(a2)    Sweet Wine (take 1)
(a2)    Cat's Squirrel (take 1)
(a2)    The Coffee Song (take 1)
(a2)    Toad (take 1)
        You Make Me Feel (take 1)
(a2)    You Make Me Feel (take 2)
(a2)    Wrapping Paper (take 1)
(a2)    I Feel Free (basic track)
        I Feel Free (rehearsal 1)
        I Feel Free (rehearsal 2)
        Beauty Queen (instrumental)
(a7)    Sleepy Time Time
(a7)    I'm So Glad
GRAPHIC IMAGE 'The Alternative Album' cover
STUDIO SESSION: The Alternate Album
(July to September 1966 Chalk Farm Studios and Mayfair Studios, London)
        Lawdy Mama (April 4, 1967)
        Rollin' And Tumblin'
        Sweet Wine
        Cat Squirrel
        The Coffee Song
        Toad
        You Make Me Feel
        Wrapping Paper
        Falstaff Beer  (August 1967 IBC Studios, Central London, England)
        I Feel Free
        White Room (July + August 1967 IBC Studios, Central London, England)

(a1)    Lawdy Mama (take 1) (live cream) (April 4, 1967)
(a1)(a2)Lawdy Mama (take 2) (April 4, 1967)
        I Can't Forget (?/??/??)

LIVE SHOW: September 2, 1966 Bluesville 66, Manor House, Manorhouse, London, England
LIVE SHOW: September 4, 1966 Ricky Tick, Thames Hotel, Windsor, Berkshire, England
LIVE SHOW: September 11, 1966 Skyline Ballroom, Kingston-upon-Hull, Humberside, England
RADIO SESSION: September 12, 1966 BBC - BBC World Service R & B Show
(BBC '66 - bootleg)
        Cat's Squirrel
        Traintime
        Lawdy Mama
        I'm So Glad
        N.S.U.
        Steppin' Out
        Big Mama Blues
        Sleppy Time Time
        Crossroads
PERSONNEL: September 15, 1966 (one show only, one song only)
        Jimi Hendrix - guitar
LIVE SHOW: September 15, 1966 Gaumont Cinema, Hanley, Staffordshire, England
LIVE SHOW: September 16, 1966 Hermitage Halls, Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England
LIVE SHOW: September 17, 1966 Town Hall, Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
LIVE SHOW: September 18, 1966 Blue Moon Club, Hayes, London, England
LIVE SHOW: September 19, 1966 Woking Cinema, Woking, Surrey, England
LIVE SHOW: September 23, 1966 Ricky Tick, Corn Exchange, Newbury, Berkshire, England
LIVE SHOW: September 26, 1966 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, London, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: September 27, 1966 Marquee Club, Central London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: September 30, 1966 Ricky Tick Club, Hounslow, London, England

LIVE SHOW: October 1, 1966 Regent Polytechnic, Little Titchfield Street, London, England
        (Jimi Hendrix plays one song with Cream - Killing Floor)
LIVE SHOW: October 4, 1966 Fishmongers Arms, Wood Green, London, England
LIVE SHOW: October 8, 1966 Kings College, Brighton, East Sussex, England
LIVE SHOW: October 9, 1966 Birdcage Club, Kimbells Ballroom, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
LIVE SHOW: October 11, 1966 Flamingo Club, Central Londom, England
LIVE SHOW: October 12, 1966 Central Polytechnic, London, England
LIVE SHOW: October 13, 1966 New Yorker Discotheque, McIlroys Ballroom, Swindon, Wiltshire, England
LIVE SHOW: October 21, 1966 Bluesville 66, Manor House, Manorhouse, London, England
RADIO SESSION: October 21, 1966 BBC World Service - Bandbeat, BBC Maida Vale 4, London, England (p8)
(recorded: October 21, 1966, broadcast: November 21, 1966)
        Spoonful
        Sleepy Time Time
        Rollin' And Tumblin'

VIDEO SESSION: November 1, 1966 Ready Steady Go, TV Studio 1, Wembley, London, England
(broadcast November 4, 1966)
        Wrapping Paper (mime) (tape lost)
        NSU (mime) (tape lost)
LIVE SHOW: November 2, 1966 Hempstead, England
        (35 minute tape ?)
LIVE SHOW: November 3, 1966 Ram Jam Club, Brixton, London, England
LIVE SHOW: November 5, 1966 Town Hall, East Ham, London, England
LIVE SHOW: November 7, 1966 Gosport, Hants, England
LIVE SHOW: November 8, 1966 Marquee Club, Central London, England (p6)
RADIO SESSION: November 8, 1966 BBC Light Programme - Saturday Club, BBC Playhouse Theatre, Northumberland Avenue, London, England (p8)
(recorded: November 8, 1966, broadcast: November 12, 1966)
(aa)(a4)(a9)Sweet Wine
(aa)    (a9)Steppin' Out
(aa)(a4)(a9)Wrapping Paper
(aa)    (a9)Rollin' And Tumblin'
            I'm So Glad
        (a9)Sleepy Time Time
LIVE SHOW: November 11, 1966 Public Baths, Sutton, London, England
LIVE SHOW: November 12, 1966 Liverpool University, Liverpool, England
LIVE SHOW: November 13, 1966 Redcar Jazz Club, Coatham's Hotel, Redcar, Cleveland, England
        (http://psychedelicsight.com/cream-set-lists/)
        N.S.U.
        Steppiní Out
        Spoonful
        Traintime
        Toad
        Iím So Glad
LIVE SHOW: November 15, 1966 Klook's Kleek R&B Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, London, England
        (? August 2, 1966 and/or November 15, 1966 ?)
(a2)    Steppin' Out
(a2)    Sweet Wine
(a2)    Meet Me At The Bottom
(a2)    N.S.U.
(a2)    Lawdy Mama
(a2)    Sleepy Time Time
(a2)    Crossroads
LIVE SHOW: November 17, 1966 Burkes, Central London, England
LIVE SHOW: November 18, 1966 Village Hall, Hoveton, Norfolk, England
LIVE SHOW: November 19, 1966 Blue Moon Club, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
RADIO SESSION: November 21, 1966 BBC Playhouse Theatre, Central London, England - Monday Monday
        (live broadcast November 21, 1966)
LIVE SHOW: November 21, 1966 The Pavilion, Bath, Avon, England
LIVE SHOW: November 22, 1966 Chinese R&B Jazz Club, Corn Exchange, Bristol, Avon, England
LIVE SHOW: November 25, 1966 California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England
RADIO SESSION: November 28, 1966 BBC Home Service - Guitar Club, BBC Studio 2, Aoelian Hall, London, England (p8)
(recorded: November 28, 1966, broadcast: December 30, 1966)
(aa)    Crossroads
        Sitting On Top Of The World
        Steppin' Out

LIVE SHOW: December 2, 1966 Hornsey Art College, Hornsey, London, England
LIVE SHOW: December 3, 1966 Birdcage Club, Kimbells Ballroom, Portsmouth, England
LIVE SHOW: December 4, 1966 Starlite Ballroom, Greenford, London, England
LIVE SHOW: December 5, 1966 Bluesville 66, Baths Hall, Ipswich, Sufolk, England
LIVE SHOW: December 7, 1966 University of Hull, Kingston-upon-Hull, Humberside, England
LIVE SHOW: December 9, 1966 Bluesville 66, Manor House, Manorhouse, London, England
RADIO SESSION: December 9, 1966 BBC World Service - Rhythm & Blues, BBC Maida Vale 4, London, England (p8)
(recorded: December 9, 1966, broadcast: January 9, 1967)
(aa)        (a9)Cat's Squirrel
(aa)(a4)    (a9)Traintime
(aa)(a4)(a0)(a9)Hey Lawdy Mama
(aa)        (a9)I'm So Glad
LIVE SHOW: December 10, 1966 Iselworth Polytechnic, Isleworth, London, England
LIVE SHOW: December 12, 1966 Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, London, England
LIVE SHOW: December 13, 1966 Exeter University, Exeter, Devon, England
LIVE SHOW: December 14, 1966 Bromel Club, Bromley Court Hotel, Bromley, London, England
LIVE SHOW: December 15, 1966 University of Sussex, Brighton, East Sussex, England
        (45 minute tape ?)
VIDEO/RADIO SESSION: December 16-18, 1966 TV/Radio, France
LIVE SHOW: December 17, 1966 La Locomotive Club, Central Paris, France
LIVE SHOW: December 19, 1966 Agincoourt Ballroom, Camberley, Surrey, England
LIVE SHOW: December 22, 1966 Pier Pavilion, Worthing, West Sussex, England
LIVE SHOW: December 23, 1966 Odeon Cinema, Birmingham, England
LIVE SHOW: December 24, 1966 Midnight City, Birmingham, England
LIVE SHOW: December 30, 1966 Roundhouse, Chalk Farm, London, England

LIVE SHOW: January 7, 1967 Ricky Tick, Thames Hotel, Windsor, Berkshire, England
RADIO SESSION: January 10, 1967 BBC Light Programme - Saturday Club, BBC Playhouse Theatre, Northumberland Avenue, London, England (p8)
(recorded: January 10, 1967, broadcast: January 14, 1967)
(aa)(a5)(a4)(a9)Four Until Late
(aa)    (a4)(a9)I Feel Free
                Traintime
(aa)    (a4)(a9)N.S.U.
            (a9)Toad
LIVE SHOW: January 10, 1967 Marquee Club, Central London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: January 13, 1967 Guildhall, Southampton, Hampshire, England
LIVE SHOW: January 14, 1967 Coventry Theatre, Coventry, West Midlands, England
LIVE SHOW: January 15, 1967 Ricky Tick Club, Hounslow, London, England
        (45 minute tape ?)
RADIO SESSION: January 16, 1967 Monday Monday, BBC Playhouse Theatre, Northumberland Avenue, London, England (p8)
(live broadcast: January 16, 1967)
LIVE SHOW: January 18, 1967 Town Hall, Stourbridge, West Midlands, England
LIVE SHOW: January 19, 1967 Granby Hall, Leicester, Leicestershire, England
LIVE SHOW: January 20, 1967 Club A Go Go, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Tyne & Wear, England
LIVE SHOW: January 21, 1967 Floral Hall, Southport, Mersyside, England
LIVE SHOW: January 24, 1967 Chinese R&B Jazz Club, Corn Exchange, Bristol, Avon, England
RADIO SESSION: January 25, 1967 LIGHT, Parade Of Pops, BBC Playhouse Theatre, Northumberland Avenue, London, England (p8)
(live broadcast: January 25, 1967)
VIDEO SESSION: January 26, 1967 Top of the Pops, BBC Lime Grove TV Studios, Shepherd's Bush, London, England
        I Feel Free (tape lost)
LIVE SHOW: January 28, 1967 Ram Jam Club, Brixton, London, England

VIDEO SESSION: February 1967 promo video for I Feel Free (Strange Brew)
LIVE SHOW: February 3, 1967 All Night Rave, Queens Hall, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
LIVE SHOW: February 4, 1967 Ewell Technical College, Ewell, Surrey, England
LIVE SHOW: February 5, 1967 Saville Theatre, Central London, England
LIVE SHOW: February 9, 1967 City Hall, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
LIVE SHOW: February 10, 1967 Bluesville 67, Manor House, Manorhouse, London, England
LIVE SHOW: February 11, 1967 Bath Pavillion, Matlock, Derbyshire, England
LIVE SHOW: February 15, 1967 Ricky Tick, Assembly Hall, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
LIVE SHOW: February 18, 1967 Tofts Club, Folkestone, Kent, England
LIVE SHOW: February 19, 1967 Starlite Ballroom, Greennford, London, England
LIVE SHOW: February 22, 1967 Bromel Club, Bromley Court Hotel, Bromley, London, England
VIDEO SESSION: February 24, 1967 Beat Club, Radio-Bremen TV Studios, Bremen, Germany
(broadcast February 25, 1967)
        I Feel Free
LIVE SHOW: February 25, 1967 Star Club, Hamburg, Germany
LIVE SHOW: February 26, 1967 Star Club, Kiel, Germany
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Disraeli Gears
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LIVE SHOW: March 1, 1967 Ulster Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland
LIVE SHOW: March 2, 1967 Queens University, Belfast, Northern Ireland
LIVE SHOW: March 6, 1967 Pop Pool Package Show, Falkonerteatret, Copenhagen, Denmark
LIVE SHOW: March 7, 1967 Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden
        (Concerthouse - Winterland - bootleg Koine K880803)
(a3)(a5)(a8)N.S.U.
(a3)(a5)    Steppin' Out
(a3)(a5)(a8)Traintime
(a3)(a5)    Toad
(a3)(a5)(a8)I'm so Glad
LIVE SHOW: March 8, 1967 Konserthallen, Liseberg Amusement Park, Gotheburg, Sweden
LIVE SHOW: March 12, 1967 Tavern Club, East Deerham, Norfolk, England
STUDIO SESSION: March 15, 1967 Ryemuse Studio, Mayfair
        Blue Condition
(a1)    Swlabr (demo)
(a1)    We're Going Wrong (demo)
        Take It Back
(a1)    Hey Now Princess (demo)
(a1)    Weird Of Herminston (demo)
(a1)    The Clearout (demo)
LIVE SHOW: March 21, 1967 Marquee Club, Central London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: March 25, 1967 Murray the K's Fifth Dimensional Show, RKO Theatre, New York City, New York
LIVE SHOW: March 26, 1967 Murray the K's Fifth Dimensional Show, RKO Theatre, New York City, New York
LIVE SHOW: March 27, 1967 Murray the K's Fifth Dimensional Show, RKO Theatre, New York City, New York
RADIO SESSION: March 27, 1967 Monday Monday, BBC Playhouse Theatre, Northumberland Avenue, London, England (p8)
(live broadcast: March 27, 1967)
(At least according to In Session Tonight, but if in America, how likely would this be?)
LIVE SHOW: March 28, 1967 Murray the K's Fifth Dimensional Show, RKO Theatre, New York City, New York
LIVE SHOW: March 29, 1967 Murray the K's Fifth Dimensional Show, RKO Theatre, New York City, New York
LIVE SHOW: March 30, 1967 Murray the K's Fifth Dimensional Show, RKO Theatre, New York City, New York
LIVE SHOW: March 31, 1967 Murray the K's Fifth Dimensional Show, RKO Theatre, New York City, New York

LIVE SHOW: April 1, 1967 Murray the K's Fifth Dimensional Show, RKO Theatre, New York City, New York
LIVE SHOW: April 2, 1967 Murray the K's Fifth Dimensional Show, RKO Theatre, New York City, New York
LIVE SHOW: April 14, 1967 Ricky Tick Club, Plaza, Newbury, Berkshire, England
LIVE SHOW: April 16, 1967 Record Star Show, Wembley Empire Pool, Wembley, London, England
LIVE SHOW: April 18, 1967 Chinese R&B Jazz Club, Corn Exchange, Bristol, Avon, England
LIVE SHOW: April 21, 1967 The Dome, Brighton, East Sussex, England
LIVE SHOW: April 22, 1967 Ricky Tick Club, Hounslow, London, England
(?? minute tape ?)
        Sunshine Of Your Love
        Hey Lawdy Mama
        Sweet Wine
        Follin' And Tumblin'
        Spoonful
        Toad

RADIO SESSION: May 5, 1967 BBC
(according to a couple of boots, but can't find elsewhere)
(a3)(a5)Strange Brew
(a3)(a5)Tales Of Brave Ulysses
        Four Until Late
LIVE SHOW: May 6, 1967 Charity Appeal, Royal Agriculture College, Chippenham, Wiltshire, England
LIVE SHOW: May 7, 1967 NME Poll Winners, Wembley Empire Pool, Wembley, London, England
        N.S.U.
        I'm So Glad
GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Disraeli Gears' cover
STUDIO SESSION: Disraeli Gears - May 8-19, 1967 Atlantic Studios, New York
(a1)    Strange Brew (April 4, 1967)
(a1)    Sunshine Of Your Love (May 11-14, 1967 Atlantic Studios, New York, NY)
(a1)    World Of Pain (May 11-14, 1967 Atlantic Studios, New York, NY)
(a1)    Dance The Night Away (May 11-14, 1967 Atlantic Studios, New York, NY)
(a1)    Blue Condition (May 11-14, 1967 Atlantic Studios, New York, NY)
(a1)    Tales Of Brave Ulysses (May 11-14, 1967 Atlantic Studios, New York, NY)
(a1)    Swlabr (May 11-14, 1967 Atlantic Studios, New York, NY)
(a1)    We're Going Wrong (May 11-14, 1967 Atlantic Studios, New York, NY)
(a1)    Outside Woman Blues (May 11-14, 1967 Atlantic Studios, New York, NY)
(a1)    Take It Back (May 11-14, 1967 Atlantic Studios, New York, NY)
(a1)    Mother's Lament (May 11-14, 1967 Atlantic Studios, New York, NY)

RADIO SESSION: May 19, 1967 Radio Bremen TV Studios, Bremen, Germany - Beat Club
        (broadcast May 20, 1967)
        Strange Brew (Strange Brew, Cream Of Eric Clapton)
LIVE SHOW: May 20, 1967 Stadion, West Berlin, Germany
LIVE SHOW: May 21, 1967 Jaguar Club, Scala, Herford, Germany
VIDEO SESSION: May 22, 1967 BBC TV Studios, Mancheseter, England - Dee Time
        Strange Brew (tape lost)
LIVE SHOW: May 23, 1967 Marquee Club, Central London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: May 27, 1967 May Ball, Pembroke College, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
LIVE SHOW: May 29, 1967 Barbeque '67, Tulip Bulb Auction Hall, Spalding, Lincolnshire, England
        (?? minute tape ?)
        N.S.U.
        Sunshine Of Your Love
        We're Going Wrong
        Stepping Out
        Rollin' And Tumblin'
        Toad
        I'm So Glad
        Tales Of Brave Ulysses
        Sunshine Of Your Love
        Sleepy Time Time
        Sittin' On Top Of The World
        untitled

RADIO SESSION: May 30, 1967 BBC Light Programme - Saturday Club, BBC Playhouse Theatre, Northumberland Avenue, London, England (p8)
(recorded: May 30, 1967, broadcast: June 3, 1967)
(aa)(a4)(a9)Strange Brew
(aa)(a4)(a9)Tales Of Brave Ulysses
(aa)        We're Going Wrong

VIDEO SESSION: June 1, 1967 Palais des Sports, Paris, France (2 shows)
(recorded for French TV-First Festival Of Pop)
        I Feel Free (Fresh Live Cream)
        We're Going Wrong
LIVE SHOW: June 3, 1967 Ram Jam Club, Brixton, London, England
LIVE SHOW: June 11, 1967 Starlite Ballroom, Greenford, London, England
LIVE SHOW: June 30, 1967 Bluesville 67, Manor House, Manorhouse, London, England

LIVE SHOW: July 1, 1967 Upper Cut, Forest Gate, London, England
LIVE SHOW: July 2, 1967 Saville Theatre, Central London, England (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: July 12, 1967 Floral Hall, Southport, Merseyside, England
? LIVE SHOW: July 14, 1967 UFO Club, London, England ?
RADIO SESSION: July 14, 1967 Joe Loss Show, BBC Playhouse Theatre, Northumberland Avenue, London, England (p8)
(live broadcast: July 14, 1967 - song titles NOT from In Session Tonight)
        Tales Of Brave Ulysses
        Take It Back
LIVE SHOW: July 1967 Locarno Ballroom, Glasgow, Strathclyde, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: July 1967 Two Red Shoes, Elgin, Grampian, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: July 1967 Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen, Grampian, Scotland
? LIVE SHOW: July 1967 Ulster Hall, Belfast, North Ireland ?

LIVE SHOW: August 13, 1967 7th National Jazz & Blues Festival, Royal Windsor Racecourse, Windsor, Berkshire, England
LIVE SHOW: August 17, 1967 Speakeasy, Central London, England
LIVE SHOW: August 20, 1967 Redcar Jazz Club, Coatham's Hotel, Redcar, Cleveland, England
LIVE SHOW: August 22, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p1)
LIVE SHOW: August 23, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p1)
LIVE SHOW: August 24, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p1)
LIVE SHOW: August 25, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p1)
LIVE SHOW: August 26, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p1)
LIVE SHOW: August 27, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p1)
LIVE SHOW: August 29, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p1)
LIVE SHOW: August 30, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p1)
LIVE SHOW: August 31, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p1)

LIVE SHOW: August/September 1967 Fillmore, San Francisco, CA
(90 minute tape ?)
        Sunshine Of Your Love
        N.S.U.
        Steppin' Out
        Traintime
        Toad
        I'm So Glad
        Tales of Brave Ulysses
        Spoonful
        Crossroads
        We're Going Wrong
        Sweet Wine

LIVE SHOW: September 1, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p1)
LIVE SHOW: September 2, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p1)
LIVE SHOW: September 3, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p1)
(?? minute tape ?)
        Spoonful
        Tales of Brave Ulysses
        Sunshine Of Your Love
        Sweet Wine
        N.S.U.
        Hey Lawdy Mama
        Sleepy Time Time
        Steppin' Out
LIVE SHOW: September 4, 1967 Whisky-A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA (p3)
LIVE SHOW: September 5, 1967 Whisky-A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA (p3)
LIVE SHOW: September 6, 1967 Whisky-A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA (p3)
LIVE SHOW: September ?, 1967 Whisky A Go Go, Los Angeles, CA
(30 minute tape ?)
        Tales of Brave Ulysses
        N.S.U.
        Sitting On Top Of The World
        Sweet Wine
LIVE SHOW: September 8, 1967 Cross Town Bus Club, Boston, Massachusetts
LIVE SHOW: September 9, 1967 Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts
(?? minute tape ?)
        Tales Of Brave Ulysses
        Sunshine Of Your Love
        N.S.U.
        Sitting On Top Of The World
        Steppin' Out
        Traintime
        Toad
LIVE SHOW: September ??, 1967 Psychedelic Supermarket, Boston, MA
(?? minute tape ?)
        Sunshine Of Your Love
        Spoonful
        Tales Of Brave Ulysses
        Sweet Wine
LIVE SHOW: September 10, 1967 Psychedelic Supermarket, Boston, Massachusetts (3 shows)
LIVE SHOW: September 11, 1967 Psychedelic Supermarket, Boston, Massachusetts
LIVE SHOW: September 12, 1967 Psychedelic Supermarket, Boston, Massachusetts (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: September 13, 1967 Psychedelic Supermarket, Boston, Massachusetts (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: September 14, 1967 Psychedelic Supermarket, Boston, Massachusetts (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: September 15, 1967 Psychedelic Supermarket, Boston, Massachusetts (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: September 16, 1967 Psychedelic Supermarket, Boston, Massachusetts (3 shows)
LIVE SHOW: September 22, 1967 Action House, Island Park, Long Island, NY
LIVE SHOW: September 23, 1967 Greenwich Village Theatre, New York City, New York (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: September 24, 1967 Action House, Island Park, Long Island, NY
LIVE SHOW: September 26, 1967 Cafe' au Go Go, New York City, New York
LIVE SHOW: September 27, 1967 Cafe' au Go Go, New York City, New York
LIVE SHOW: September 28, 1967 Cafe' au Go Go, New York City, New York
LIVE SHOW: September 29, 1967 Cafe' au Go Go, New York City, New York
LIVE SHOW: September 30, 1967 Greenwich Village Theatre, New York City, New York (early show)
LIVE SHOW: September 30, 1967 Cafe' au Go Go, New York City, New York

LIVE SHOW: October 1, 1967 Cafe' au Go Go, New York City, New York
LIVE SHOW: October 3, 1967 Cafe' au Go Go, New York City, New York
LIVE SHOW: October 4, 1967 Cafe' au Go Go, New York City, New York
LIVE SHOW: October 5, 1967 Cafe' au Go Go, New York City, New York
LIVE SHOW: October 6, 1967 Cafe' au Go Go, New York City, New York
LIVE SHOW: October 7, 1967 Cafe' au Go Go, New York City, New York
LIVE SHOW: October 8, 1967 Cafe' au Go Go, New York City, New York
LIVE SHOW: October 11, 1967 5th Dimension Club, Ann Arbor, Michigan
LIVE SHOW: October 12, 1967 5th Dimension Club, Ann Arbor, Michigan
LIVE SHOW: October 13, 1967 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, Michigan
LIVE SHOW: October 14, 1967 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, Michigan
LIVE SHOW: October 15, 1967 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, Michigan
(120 minute tape ?)
        Tales Of Brave Ulysses
        N.S.U.
        Sitting On Top Of The World
        Sweet Wine
        Rollin' And Tumblin'
        Spoonful
        Steppin' Out
        Traintime
        Toad
        I'm So Glad
RADIO SESSION: October 24, 1967 BBC Radio 1 - Top Gear, BBC Studio 2, Aoelian Hall, London, England (p8)
(recorded: October 24, 1967, broadcast: October 29, 1967)
(aa)            (a9)Take It Back
(aa)(a5)(a3)(a4)(a9)Outside Woman Blues
                    Tales Of Brave Ulysses
(aa)            (a9)Sunshine Of Your Love
(aa)(a5)(a3)(a4)(a9)Born Under A Bad Sign
                (a9)We're Going Wrong (? NOT according to In Session Tonight)
LIVE SHOW: October 26, 1967 Magoos, Glasgow, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: October 27, 1967 Capitol, Edinburgh, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: October 29, 1967 Saville Theatre, London, England

LIVE SHOW: November 1, 1967 Bal Tabarin, Bromley, London, England
LIVE SHOW: November 2, 1967 Romano's Ballroom, Belfast, Northern Ireland
LIVE SHOW: November 6, 1967 Silver Blades Ice Rink, Streatham, London, England )p7)
? LIVE SHOW: November 10, 1967 Toppot, Ny Adelgade, Copenhagen, Denmark ?
VIDEO SESSION: November 11, 1967 TV Village, Studio A, Gladsaxe, Denmark - Pop Pop TV Show
        Strange Brew (tape lost)
        I'm So Glad (tape lost)
LIVE SHOW: November 11, 1967 Hit Club, Vejgaard Hallen, Alborg, Denmark
LIVE SHOW: November 12, 1967 Falkonerteatret, Copenhagen, Denmark
LIVE SHOW: November 13, 1967 Kultuuritalo, Helsinki, Finland (2 shows)
VIDEO SESSION: November 13, 1967 Pasila TV Studios, Helsinki, Finland
        Sunshine Of Your Love
        World Of Pain
        Tales Of Brave Ulysses
        Outside Woman Blues
LIVE SHOW: November 14, 1967 Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden
(60 minute tape ? - http://psychedelicsight.com/cream-set-lists/)
        Tales Of Brave Ulysses
        Sunshine Of Your Love
        Sleepy Time Time
        Steppin' Out
        Traintime
        Toad
        I'm So Glad
LIVE SHOW: November 15, 1967 Konserthallen, Liseberg Amusement Park, Gotheburg, Sweden (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: November 17, 1967 Rigoletto, Jonkoping, Sweden
LIVE SHOW: November 18, 1967 Idrottshuset, Orebro, Sweden
LIVE SHOW: November 23, 1967 Club A Go Go, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Tyne & Wear, England
LIVE SHOW: November 24, 1967 Marine Ballroom, Central Pier, Morecambe, Lancashire, England
VIDEO SESSION: November 25, 1967 Twice A Fortnight, BBC Lime Grove TV Studios, Studiio G, Shepherd's Bush, London, England
(broadcast December 2, 1967)
        We're Going Wrong (Fresh Live Cream)
LIVE SHOW: November 28, 1967 Marquee Club, Central London, England (p6)
RADIO SESSION: November 28, 1967 session canceled because Ginger Baker was ill.
VIDEO SESSION: November 1967 Revolution Club, London, England
(recorded by French TV)
        Tales Of Brave Ulysses (Fresh Live Cream)
        Sunshine Of Your Love (Fresh Live Cream)
        Spoonful (Fresh Live Cream)

LIVE SHOW: December 1, 1967 Top Rank, Brighton, East Sussex, England
RADIO SESSION: December 3, 1967 BBC Radio Studios, London
LIVE SHOW: December 20, 1967 Debutante;s Ball, Chicago, MI
LIVE SHOW: December 22, 1967 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
LIVE SHOW: December 23, 1967 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
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Wheels Of Fire
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GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Wheels Of Fire' cover

STUDIO SESSION: Wheels Of Fire
(July and August 1967, IBC Studios, London)
(September and October 1967, Atlantic Studios, New York)
(January and February 1968, Atlantic Studios, New York)
        (studio)
(a1)    White Room (July + August 1967 IBC Studios, Central London, England)
                   (September + October + December 1967 + February + June 1968 Atlantic Studios, New York, NY)
(a1)    Sitting On Top Of The World (July 1967 IBC Studios, Central London, England)
                                    (September 1967 Atlantic Studios, New York, NY)
(a1)    Passing The Time (February + June 1968 Atlantic Studios, New York, NY)
(a1)    As You Said (February + June 1968 Atlantic Studios, New York, NY)
(a1)    Pressed Rat And Warthog (October + December 1967 + February 1968 Atlantic Studios, New York, NY)
(a1)    Politician (February + June 1968 Atlantic Studios, New York, NY)
(a1)    Those Were The Days (February + June 1968 Atlantic Studios, New York, NY)
(a1)    Born Under A Bad Sign (July + August 1967 IBC Studios, Central London, England)
                               (September 1967 Atlantic Studios, New York, NY)
(a1)    Deserted Cities Of The Heart (February + June 1968 Atlantic Studios, New York, NY)

        (live)
(a1)    Crossroads (3/10/68 winterland)
(a1)    Spoonfull (3/10/68 winterland)
(a1)    Traintime (3/8/68 winterland)
(a1)    Toad (3/7/68 fillmore west)

        (studio)
(a1)    Anyone For Tennis (The Savage Seven Theme) (October + December 1967 + February 1968 Atlantic Studios, New York, NY)
(a2)    Falstaff Beer (take 1)
(a1)    Falstaff Beer (alternate take)

RADIO SESSION: January 9, 1968 BBC Radio 1 - Top Gear, BBC Studio 2, Aoelian Hall, London, England (p8)
(recorded: January 9, 1968, broadcast: January 14, 1968)
(aa)        (a9)Swlabr
(aa)(a4)    (a9)Politician
(aa)(a4)(a0)(a9)Steppin' Out
                We're Going Wrong
            (a9)Blue Condition
LIVE SHOW: January 14, 1968 Redcar Jazz Club, Coatham's Hotel, Redcar, Cleveland, England
LIVE SHOW: January 20, 1968 London University Union, Central London, England
LIVE SHOW: January 27, 1968 St Mary's College, Twickenham, London, England

LIVE SHOW: February 3, 1968 University College, Central London, England
VIDEO SESSION: February 5, 1968 movie "On a Saturday Night", Vognmandsmarken, Copenhagen, Denmark
        World Of Pain
VIDEO SESSION: February 6, 1968 movie "On a Saturday Night", Copenhagen, Denmark
        We're Going Wrong
? LIVE SHOW: February 6, 1968 Kobenhavn-Osterbro, Copenhagen, Denmark ?
LIVE SHOW: February 7, 1968 Tivoli Concert Hall, Copenhagen, Dennmark (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: February 9, 1968 Leicester University Arts Ball, Leicester, Leicestershire, England
STUDIO SESSION: February 20, 1968 Atlantic Studios, New York
LIVE SHOW: February 23, 1968 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA
LIVE SHOW: February 24, 1968 Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA
LIVE SHOW: February 25, 1968 San Fernando Valley College, Northridge, CA
LIVE SHOW: February 29, 1968 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (p1) (2 shows)

LIVE SHOW: March 1, 1968 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (p1) (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: March 2, 1968 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (p1) (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: March 3, 1968 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p1) (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: March 7, 1968 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p1) (2 shows)
(recorded for future use-Wheels Of Fire, Live Cream, Live Cream II)
(filmed for Tony Palmer's music documentary "All My Loving")
(parts of 2 tracks used - I'm So Glad, Toad)
        (first set)
        N.S.U.
        Spoonful
        Sunshine Of Your Love (Eric Clapton's "After Midnight" CD Single)
(a8)    Crossroads
(a1)    Rollin' And Tumblin' (live cream I)
        Sweet Wine
(second set)
(a8)    Tales Of Brave Ulysses
(a1)    Toad (wheels of fire) (extended/blended mix)
        I'm so Glad
(don't know which set)
(a8)    Sleepy Time Time

(1st show - set list per Cream by Chris Welch)
        Tales Of Brave Ulysses (tape lost)
        N.S.U. (tape lost)
        Politician (tape lost)
        Crossroads (tape lost)
        Rollin' And Tumblin' (live cream I)
        Sweet Wine (tape lost)
(2nd show - set list per Cream by Chris Welch)
        Spoonful (tape lost)
        Sunshine Of Your Love (Eric Clapton's "After Midnight" CD Single)
        Sitting On Top Of The World (tape lost)
        Steppin' Out (tape lost)
        Traintime (tape lost)
        Toad (wheels of fire) (extended/blended remix)
        I'm so Glad (tape lost)
Wolfgang's Vault listen
        Rollin' And Tumblin' 6:37
LIVE SHOW: March 7, 1968 Winterland (? Fillmore ?) (2 sets)
        (Concerthouse - Winterland - bootleg Koine K880803)
(a3)    Sleepy time Time
        Tales Of Brave Ulysses
(a3)    Crossroads
(a3)    We're Going Wrong
LIVE SHOW: March 8, 1968 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (p1) (2 shows)
(filmed for Tony Palmer's music documentary "All My Loving")
(first set)
        Cat's Squirrel
        Sunshine Of Your Love
        Spoonful
        Traintime
        I'm So Glad
        Toad
(2nd show - set list per Cream by Chris Welch)
        Cat's Squirrel (tape lost)
        Sunshine Of Your Love (tape lost)
        Spoonful (tape lost)
        Steppin' Out (tape lost)
(a1)    Traintime (wheels of fire)
        Toad (extended/blended remix)
LIVE SHOW: March 9, 1968 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (p1) (2 shows)
Wolfgang's Vault listen
(filmed for Tony Palmer's music documentary "All My Loving")
(first set)
        Tales Of Brave Ulysses
(a1)    N.S.U.
(a1)(wv)Sleepy Time Time (live cream I) 6:48
        Crossroads
        Sweet Wine
        Toad
Wolfgang's Vault listen
(second set)
        Spoonful
(a1)(wv)Sunshine Of Your Love (live cream II) 7:23
        Sitting On Top Of The World
        N.S.U.
        I'm So Glad
        Toad
(1st show - set list per Cream by Chris Welch)
        Tales Of Brave Ulysses (tape lost)
(a1)    N.S.U.
        Sitting On Top Of The World (tape lost)
        Crossroads (tape lost)
        Sweet Wine (tape lost)
(2nd show - set list per Cream by Chris Welch)
(a1)    Sunshine Of Your Love (live cream II)
        Spoonful (tape lost)
(a1)    Sleepy Time Time (live cream I)
(a1)    Steppin' Out (live cream II) (contrary to CD liner notes)
        Traintime (tape lost)
        Toad (tape lost)
        I'm So Glad (tape lost)
LIVE SHOW: March 10, 1968 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (p1) (2 shows)
(first set)
Wolfgang's Vault listen
(a1)(wv)Tales Of Brave Ulysses (live cream II) 3:45 (incomplete)
(a1)(wv)Spoonful (wheels of fire) 16:45
(a1)(wv)Crossroads (wheels of fire) 4:45
    (wv)We're Going Wrong 8:37
(a1)(wv)Sweet Wine (live cream I) 6:32 (incomplete)
        Toad
(second set)
Wolfgang's Vault listen
        Sunshine Of Your Love
(wv)    N.S.U. (live cream I) 10:12
        Hideaway/Steppin' Out
        I'm So Glad
        Toad
(1st show - set list per Cream by Chris Welch)
(a1)    Tales Of Brave Ulysses (live cream II)
(a1)    Spoonful (wheels of fire)
(a1)    Crossroads (wheels of fire)
        We're Going Wrong
(a1)    Sweet Wine (live cream I)
(2nd show - set list per Cream by Chris Welch)
        Sunshine Of Your Love (tape lost)
        N.S.U. (live cream I)
        Steppin' Out (tape lost)
        Traintime (tape lost)
        Toad (tape lost)
        I'm So Glad (tape lost)
LIVE SHOW: March 10, 1968 Winterland, San Francisco, CA
Wolfgang's Vault listen
        Tales Of Brave Ulysses 3:45
        Spoonful 11:07
        Crossroads 4:45
        We're Going Wrong (Incomplete) 8:37
        Sweet Wine 6:32
        N.S.U 10:12
LIVE SHOW: March 11, 1968 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA
LIVE SHOW: March 13, 1968 Selland Arena, Fresno, CA
LIVE SHOW: March 15, 1968 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA
LIVE SHOW: March 16, 1968 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA
LIVE SHOW: March 17, 1968 Star Theatre, Phoenix, AZ
LIVE SHOW: March 18, 1968 Convention Center, Anaheim, CA
LIVE SHOW: March 19, 1968 The Family Dog, Denver, CO
LIVE SHOW: March 21, 1968 Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin
LIVE SHOW: March 22, 1968 Clowes Memorial Hall, Butler University, Indianapolis, IN
LIVE SHOW: March 23, 1968 Brown University, Providence, RI
LIVE SHOW: March 26, 1968 Catholic Union School, Scotch Plains, NJ
LIVE SHOW: March 27, 1968 Staples High School Auditorium, Westport, Connecticut
LIVE SHOW: March 29, 1968 Hunter College Auditorium, New York City, NY (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: March 30, 1968 State Fair Music Centre, Dallas, Texas
LIVE SHOW: March 31, 1968 Music Hall, Houston, TX

LIVE SHOW: April 5, 1968 Back Bay Theatre, Boston, Massachusetts
LIVE SHOW: April 6, 1968 Commodore Ballroom, Lowell, Massachusetts
LIVE SHOW: April 7, 1968 Eastman College Theatre, Rochester, New York
LIVE SHOW: April 8, 1968 Capitol Theatre, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
LIVE SHOW: April 10, 1968 Woolsey Hall, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
LIVE SHOW: April 19, 1968 Electric Factory Theatre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
LIVE SHOW: April 20, 1968 Electric Factory Theatre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
LIVE SHOW: April 21, 1968 Electric Factory Theatre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
LIVE SHOW: April 22, 1968 Massey Hall, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
LIVE SHOW: April 26, 1968 The Cellar, Arlington Heights, Illinois
LIVE SHOW: April 27, 1968 Coliseum, Chicago, Illinois
LIVE SHOW: April 28, 1968 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO

LIVE SHOW: May 2, 1968 Fieldhouse, Wisconsin State University, Madison, Wisconsin
LIVE SHOW: May 3, 1968 The Scene, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
LIVE SHOW: May 4, 1968 The Scene, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
LIVE SHOW: May 5, 1968 New City Opera House, St. Paul, Minnesota
LIVE SHOW: May 11, 1968 Cabell County Memorial Fieldhouse, Huntington, WV
LIVE SHOW: May 12, 1968 Music Hall, Cleveland, Ohio
LIVE SHOW: May 14, 1968 Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Columbus, Ohio
LIVE SHOW: May 15, 1968 Ak-Sar-Ben Coliseum, Omaha, Nebraska
VIDEO SESSION: May 17, 1968 CBS Studios, Los Angeles, CA (Glen Campbell Show/Summer Brothers Smother Show)
        Anyone For Tennis (mime) (Fresh Live Cream)
(a1)    Sunshine Of Your Love (live)
LIVE SHOW: May 17, 1968 Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA
LIVE SHOW: May 18, 1968 Ice Palace, Las Vegas, NV
LIVE SHOW: May 20, 1968 Exhibit Hall, San Diego, CA
LIVE SHOW: May 24, 1968 Robertson Gym, University of California at Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA
LIVE SHOW: May 25, 1968 Civic Auditorium, San Jose, CA
LIVE SHOW: May 27, 1968 Swing Auditorium, National Orange Showgrounds, San Bernardino, CA
LIVE SHOW: May 28, 1968 Pacific Center, Long Beach, CA
LIVE SHOW: May 29, 1968 Eagles Auditorium, Seattle, Washington
LIVE SHOW: May 30, 1968 Eagles Auditorium, Seattle, Washington (early show)
LIVE SHOW: May 31, 1968 Calgary Stampede, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

LIVE SHOW: June 1, 1968 Sales Pavilion, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
LIVE SHOW: June 2, 1968 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
LIVE SHOW: June 7, 1968 Grande Ballroom, Dearborn, Michigan
LIVE SHOW: June 8, 1968 Grande Ballroom, Dearborn, Michigan
LIVE SHOW: June 9, 1968 Grande Ballroom, Dearborn, Michigan
LIVE SHOW: June 11, 1968 Paul Sauve Arena, Montreal, PQ, Quebec, Canada
LIVE SHOW: June 14, 1968 Island Gardens, West Hempstead (Long Island), New York
LIVE SHOW: June 15, 1968 Oakdale Music Theater, Wallingford, Connecticut
LIVE SHOW: June 16, 1968 Camden County Music Fair, Cherry Hill, New Jersey

LIVE SHOW: October 4, 1968 Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA
Wolfgang's Vault listen
(a1)    White Room (live cream II)
(a1)    Politician (live cream II)
    (wv)Crossroads 4:03
    (wv)Sunshine Of Your Love 5:28
    (wv)Spoonful 16:39
(a1)    Deserted Cities Of The Heart (live cream II)
    (wv)Passing The Time 10:46
(a6)(wv)I'm So Glad 7:03
LIVE SHOW: October 5, 1968 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico
LIVE SHOW: October 11, 1968 New Haven Arena, New Haven, Connecticut
LIVE SHOW: October 12, 1968 Olympia Hoockey Stadium, Detroit, Michigan
LIVE SHOW: October 13, 1968 Coliseum, Chicago, Illinois
LIVE SHOW: October 14, 1968 Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Des Moines, IA
LIVE SHOW: October 18, 1968 The Forum, Los Angeles, CA
        White Room (tape lost)
        Politician (tape lost)
        I'm So Glad (tape lost)
        Sitting On Top Of The World (tape lost)
        Sunshine Of Your Love (tape lost)
        Crossroads (tape lost)
        Traintime (tape lost)
        Toad (tape lost)
        Spoonful (tape lost)
LIVE SHOW: October 19, 1968 The Forum, Los Angeles, CA
Wolfgang's Vault presents 2 tracks from this show
(a6)    White Room (tape lost)
        Politician (goodbye cream)
    (wv)I'm So Glad 9:13 (goodbye cream)
    (wv)Sitting on Top of the World 4:58 (goodbye cream)
(a6)    Crossroads (tape lost)
(a6)    Sunshine Of Your Love (tape lost)
        Traintime (tape lost)
        Toad (tape lost)
        Spoonful (tape lost)
LIVE SHOW: October 20, 1968 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA
        White Room (tape lost)
        Politician (tape lost)
        I'm So Glad (tape lost)
        Sitting On Top Of The World (tape lost)
        Sunshine Of Your Love (tape lost)
        Crossroads (tape lost)
        Traintime (tape lost)
        Toad (tape lost)
        Spoonful (tape lost)
LIVE SHOW: 1968 San Diego, CA (May 20 or October 20)
(a6)    Traintime
(a6)    Toad
(a6)    Spoonful
LIVE SHOW: October 24, 1968 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX
LIVE SHOW: October 25, 1968 Dallas Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX
LIVE SHOW: October 26, 1968 Miami Stadioum, Miami, FL
LIVE SHOW: October 27, 1968 Chastain Park Amphitheatre, Atlanta, Georgia (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: October 31, 1968 Boston Garden, Boston, Massachusetts

LIVE SHOW: November 1, 1968 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA
        (http://psychedelicsight.com/cream-set-lists/)
        White room
        Sunshine of Your Love
        Crossroads
        Spoonful
        Iím So Glad
        Sitting on Top of the World
        Politician
        Deserted Cities of the Heart
        Traintime
        Passing the Time
        Toad
LIVE SHOW: November 2, 1968 Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York
LIVE SHOW: November 3, 1968 Civic Center, Baltimore, Maryland
LIVE SHOW: November 4, 1968 Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, Rhode Island (2 shows)
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Goodbye
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GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Goodbye Cream' cover

STUDIO SESSION: Goodbye - October 1968 IBC Studios, London
        (live)
(a1)    I'm So Glad (10/19/68 the forum)
        Politician (10/19/68 the forum)
(a1)    Sitting On Top Of The World (10/19/68 the forum)

        (studio)
(a1)    Badge (November 1968 Walley Heider Studios, Los Angeles, CA)
              (November 1968 IBC Studios, Central London, England)
(a1)    Doing That Scrapyard Thing (November 1968 Walley Heider Studios, Los Angeles, CA)
                                   (November 1968 IBC Studios, Central London, England)
(a1)    What A Bringdown (November 1968 Walley Heider Studios, Los Angeles, CA)
                         (November 1968 IBC Studios, Central London, England)

LIVE SHOW: November 26, 1968 Royal Albert Hall, London, England
(filmed by record label - 2 shows)
(first set)
        White Room (Farewell, Strange Brew, Cream Of Eric Clapton)
        Politician (tape lost)
        I'm So Glad (tape lost)
        Sitting On Top Of The World (tape lost)
        Crossroads (tape lost)
        Toad (tape lost)
        Spoonful (tape lost)
        Sunshine Of Your Love (tape lost)
        Steppin' Out (tape lost)
(second set)
        White Room (tape lost)
        Politician (Farewell, Strange Brew)
        I'm So Glad (Farewell, Strange Brew)
        Sitting On Top Of The World (Farewell, Strange Brew)
        Crossroads (Farewell, Strange Brew, Cream Of Eric Clapton)
        Toad (Farewell, Strange Brew)
        Spoonful (Farewell, Strange Brew)
        Sunshine Of Your Love (Farewell, Strange Brew, Cream Of Eric Clapton)
        Steppin' Out (tape lost)
GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Live Cream' cover
ALBUM: Live Cream
        N.S.U. (3/10/68 winterland)
(a1)    Sleepy Time Time (3/9/68 winterland)
(a1)    Sweet Wime (3/10/68 winterland)
(a1)    Rollin' And Tumblin' (3/7/68 fillmore west)
(a1)    Lawdy Mama (studio) (recorded April 4, 1967, atlantic studios, new york)
GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Live Cream Volume 2' cover
ALBUM: Live Cream II
(a1)    Deserted Cities Of The Heart (10/4/68 oakland)
(a1)    White Room (10/4/68 oakland)
(a1)    Politician (10/4/68 oakland)
(a1)    Tales Of Brave Ulysses (3/10/68 winterland)
(a1)    Sunshine Of Your Love (3/9/68 winterland)
(a1)    Steppin' Out (3/10/68 winterland)

LIVE SHOW: January 12, 1993 Eighth Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, CA

LIVE SHOW: May 2, 2005 Eighth Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, CA
LIVE SHOW: May 3, 2005 Eighth Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, CA
LIVE SHOW: May 5, 2005 Eighth Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, CA
LIVE SHOW: May 6, 2005 Eighth Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, CA
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PRINT MEDIA
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BOOKS AND PRINTED MATERIAL:
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GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Cream - The Legendary Sixties Supergroup' cover

Cream - The Legendary Sixties Supergroup by Chris Welch
Published by Balafon Books. Copyright 2000. 192 pages. Paperback.

This book covers what the individual members were doing before Cream, as well as what was happening while the band existed. It is based (in part) on interviews at the time the band was performing, as well as additional interview done in 2000. Features of the book include: photos of the band, photos of the 45s and albums, original release information, live show listing with brief commentary about some of the shows/sessions.

Eric Clapton - A Visual Documentary by Marc Roberty
Published by Omnibus Press. Copyright 1986. 96 pages. Paperback.

Eric Clapton - The Eric Clapton Album - 30 Years of Music and Memorabilia by Marc Roberty
Published by Viking Studio Books. Copyright 1994. 224 pages. Hardback.

Eric Clapton - The Complete Recording Sessions 1963 - 1992 by Marc Roberty
Published by St. Martins Press. Copyright 1993. 192 pages. Hardback.

(p6) London Live By Tony Bacon
Published By Miller Freeman Books. Copyright 1999. 192 pages. Paperback.

(p8) In Session Tonight - The Complete Radio 1 Recordings By Ken Garner
Published By BBC Books. Copyright 1993. 320 pages. Paperback.

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Cream - The Legendary Sixties Supergroup by Chris Welch
Published by Balafon Books. Copyright 2000. 192 pages. Paperback.

Disraeli Gears - Cream by John Platt
Published by Schirmer Books. Copyright 1998. 161 pages. Paperback.

The Great Rock Discography (third edition) by M.C.Strong
Published by Omnibus Press. Copyright 1996. 950 pages. Hardbook (oversize).

(p1) The Art Of Rock - A Spectular Visual And Oral History
Writter: Paul D. Grushkin, Artworks Photographed by Jon Sievert
Published by Artabras. Copyright 1987. 516 pages. Hardback.

Live show listings for the Whisky-A-Go-Go come from the (p3) 35th Anniversary Whisky-A-Go-Go 1999 Poster Calendar, which has reproductions of many of the posters used over the years.

(p7) Rockin' Croydon By Chris Groom
Published By Wombeat Publishing. Copyright 1998. 224 pages. Paperback.

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AUDIO MEDIA
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AUDIO COMPILATIONS:
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Commercial Releases

Fresh Cream, first album.

Disraeli Gears, second album.

Wheels Of Fire, third album.

Goodbye, fourth/final album.

Live Cream, a live compilation, released shortly after the breakup.

Live Cream, volume II, a live compilation, released shortly after the breakup.

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(a1) Those Were The Days, comprehensive compilation

(a0) Eric Clapton - Crossroads, some Cream tracks included in this compilation, including, tracks from the BBC.

The Alternative Album, a alternative versions of most of the songs from the first album.

(aa) BBC Sessions, fairly comprehensive collection of BBC recordings.

Other Material

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(a2) Klooks Kleet, a compilation of studio and live tracks.

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(a3) Tales Of Brave Alegra CD 9001, a compilation of live tracks.

(a4) 60's At The Beeb, a compilation of live BBC tracks.

(a5) Steppin' Out Swingin' Pig TSP CD 014

(a6) Creamer Oh Boy 1-9107, a compilation of live tracks.

GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Derek & Hari Meet Michael Ellis - album cover'

(a7) Eric Clapton - Derek & Hari Meet Michael Ellis Tendolar TDR-070, a compilation of studio and live tracks that Eric Clapton participated in. Only two are Cream, the rest are from 1969-1970 other bands.

(a8) Eric Clapton's Cream Live, CDDV 2039, a compilation of live tracks. 6 identified, 7 not.

(a9) Blues Condition (The Complete BBC Broadcasts 1966-1968).

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VIDEO MEDIA
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VIDEO COMPILATIONS:
(I am always interested in expanding my collection.)

LikeTelevision 90 minute Cream's Farewell Concert. You can now watch it online for a fee.

Cream's Farwell Concert, 90 minutes. Copyright 1968. 90 minutes. 9 songs. Recorded at the Royal Albert Hall, London, November 26, 1968. There are a couple of shorter versions of this movie in circulation.

Savage Seven, Copyright 1968. 96 minutes. 1 songs. A studio recording of Anyone For Tennis is used on the sound track. Cream do NOT appear onscreen.

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OTHER RESOURCES (links)
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Do you have a Cream related site? Do you want a link from this page? E-Mail me!

I am also interested in getting wider exposure for this site. So links from your site to mine would be appreciated. And if you know of any sites that allow/encourage submission, I would also appreciate knowing about them as well.

Cream 2005 Reunion

Cream Yahoo Discussion Group

Those Were The Days Australian Cream web site
Those Were The Days Australian Cream web site
THOSE WERE THE DAYS A Brief Guide to the Bootlegs

Cream

Jack Bruce

Ginger Baker

Cream

The White Room - Cream WebRing

Cream Bootography listing of live shows and live recordings.

Gerard's Jack Bruce Pages discography, lyrics, personnel, bands, ...

Crawdaddy July 1968 story on the breakup of Cream.

VintageRock.com Disraeli Gears (Deluxe Edition) - Cream (review

The Trick Is To Keep Going review of September 1967 Psychedelic Supermarket performance.

The Trick Is To Keep Going review of April 1968 Woolsey Hall performance.

The Trick Is To Keep Going review of June 1968 Oakdale Theatre performance.

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CLASSIFIEDs
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This is an experiment. I am listing various classified ads that might be of interest to browsers of this page.

Let me know what you think of this idea?

And if you do order something listed here, let them know you found out about it here.

Also, let me know how this worked out for you.

June 29, 2003.
MusicStack looks like a good source of used music items (LPs, CDs, posters, ...).
As always, let me know what you think.

4 Million Hard to Find CDs & LPs at MusicStack
December 10, 2002.
Back in October 1999 I put up links to CD-Now so that visitors could easily link to the related band pages and instantly see which items were still in print/available for purchase. CD-Now no longer has that option. For the moment I am putting in Amazon.com search boxes. Amazon.com doesn't easily allow for links to individual band pages in the same way that CD-Now used to. So, instead of me being able to create direct links, I have put up the Amazon.com search box instead. So you can still go to a page with the various bands products, buy you now need to go through a search box.

As always, let me know what you think.

April 22, 2002.
Would you like to show your appreciation for (the time, effort, money, ... that goes into creating, maintaing, updating) this web site, without getting anything in return (except a listing of your name (and url) on this web site as a friend of this web site)?
sign up for PayPal and simplify your online payments.

Send Chrome Oxide some money

December 3, 2002 CD Now is undergoing changes, and asked that ALL links be removed.
October 28, 1999 I signed up with CD Now.

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