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Those Were The Days - Cream - Wheels Of Fire

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  1. Moran says:
    Wheels of Fire CREAM Disc one: Studio recording. Side 1 White Room (Jack Bruce, Pete Brown) Sitting on Top of the World (Walter Vinson, Lonnie Chatmon; arr. Chester Burnett) Passing the Time (Ginger Baker, Mike Taylor) As You Said (Bruce, Brown) Side 2 Pressed Rat and Warthog (Baker, Taylor)
  2. Faesar says:
    Apr 06,  · Rock’s first super group was on the verge of imploding as ‘Wheels of Fire’ was released in the summer of Cream was at best a short term proposition anyway with the volatile relationship between Bruce and Baker being held together by Clapton/5().
  3. Doktilar says:
    Cream song lyrics for album Wheels of Fire. Tracks: White Room, Sitting On Top Of The World, Passing The Time, As You Said, Pressed Rat And Warthog, Politician, Those Were The Days, Born Under A Bad Sign, Deserted Cities Of The Heart, Crossroads, Traintime.
  4. Arara says:
    May 11,  · The historical context for Wheels Of Fire needs no repetition here, as Cream’s history is so well documented. Suffice to mention that by the time they began recording it in early the wheels, so to speak, were already coming off, with a disillusioned Eric Clapton’s original vision of a purist blues trio with himself in the Buddy Guy role just a distant dream, Jack Bruce firmly in the driving seat as .
  5. Samuktilar says:
    Share on. If Disraeli Gears was the album where Cream came into their own, its successor, Wheels of Fire, finds the trio in full fight, capturing every side of their multi-faceted personality, even hinting at the internal pressures that soon would tear the band asunder.8/
  6. Dir says:
    No shock here with the 4 disc anthology: Those were the Days by Cream. Long time fans are well aware of the “rock’s first super group” status. Though an overused description, it is still quite accurate. Cream set a high bar for blues/rock fusion that has been rarely equaled. All the great singles are here [ White Room, Sunshine etc]/5.
  7. Nikoktilar says:
    Those Were The Days Lyrics. They're gone Those were their ways (Yes, they were) Those were their ways Those were the days (Yes, they were) Those were the days Tie your painted shoes and dance Blue daylight in your hair Overhead a noiseless eagle Fans a flame Wonder everywhere Those were the days.
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