|1. I'm So Glad|
|3. Sitting On Top Of The World|
|5. Doing That Scrapyard Thing|
|6. What A Bringdown|
Rock's first great power trio went out with a bang. They were at their thrilling live best on Politician and I'm So Glad and came up with two more stellar originals: What a Bringdown and the hit Badge (co-written with George Harrison). A #2 LP from '69.
Underrated. Creams live performances are always great no exception with the ones included. However the studio side i found truly amazing. Considering people dismiss them. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mitchell T S
This is a good Cream album!!! Not as great as Wheels Of Fire or Disreali Gears, but it's still good!!! Read morePublished on Jan. 22 2004 by Jason P. Pumphrey
the four studio tracks - anyone for tennis, badge, scrapyard thing and what a bring down - makes this album worth buying (i was actually very surpised to see a few reviews trash... Read morePublished on Sept. 22 2003
This is Cream's last album, and it's decent, but it's not as good as the other albums like Disraeli Gears and Wheels of Fire. Read morePublished on July 25 2003 by "jimmy_jim_jim"
Over 30 years later and the album still has an intensity you don't find in much of todays music. But then again,there have been few bands in music like Cream. Read morePublished on March 18 2003 by "ashtons4"
As The Grateful Dead was more famous for their live shows, this album illustrates the amazing power with Cream's live shows.
Their best work was with the long jams. Read more
This supergroup recorded two (mainly) studio albums,FRESH CREAM,and DISRAELI GEARS, and then a studio/live mix WHEELS ON FIRE. Read morePublished on Dec 22 2001 by Hans Castorp
Goodbye is generally agreed upon as the weakest of Cream's albums, but it is still very, very good. The live tracks, as stated before, are phenomenal. Read morePublished on May 13 2000 by FairiesWearBoots8272