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Artist Song Year Notes
Bruce, Jack (Cream) Boston Ball Game, 1967 1969 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) Can You Follow? 1971 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) Clearout 1969 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) Consul At Sunset 1971 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) Escape To The Royal Wood (On Ice) 1971 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) Folk Song 1971 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) He The Richmond 1969 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) I'm Gettin' Tired (Of Drinkin' & Gamblin' Etcetera) 1965 Written by Bruce, Jack.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) Letter Of Thanks 1971 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) Ministry Of Bag 1969 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) Morning Story 1971 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete & Godfrey, Janet.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) Never Tell Your Mother She's Out Of Tune 1969 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) Post War 1971 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) Rootin' Tootin' 1965 Written by Bruce, Jack.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) Rope Ladder To The Moon 1969 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) Smiles & Grins 1971 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) Theme For An Imaginary Western 1969 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) There's A Forest 1971 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) Tickets To Waterfalls 1969 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) To Isengard 1969 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) Victoria Sage 1971 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) Weird Of Hermiston 1969 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Bruce, Jack (Cream) You Burned The Tables On Me 1971 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Cream Anyone For Tennis? (The Savage Seven Theme) 1968 Produced by Felix Pappalardi. Recorded at Atlantic Studios, New York, February 1968. Written by Clapton, Eric & Sharp, Martin.
Cream Badge 1969 Features George Harrison on guitar. Produced by Felix Pappalardi. Recorded in December 1968. Written by Clapton, Eric & Harrison, George.
Cream Born Under A Bad Sign 1968 Written by Bell, William & Jones, Booker T.
Cream Cat's Squirrel 1966 Traditional.
Cream Crossroads (Live) 1969 Recorded at the Fillmore West, San Francisco, March 1968. Written by Johnson, Robert.
Cream Dreaming 1966 Written by Bruce, Jack.
Cream Four Until Late 1966
Cream I Feel Free 1966 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Cream I'm So Glad 1966 Written by James, Skip.
Cream Lawdy Mama (Previously Unreleased) 1988 Recorded at BBC Studios, London, December 1966.
Cream N.S.U. 1966 Written by Bruce, Jack.
Cream Politician 1968 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Cream Pressed Rat & Warthog 1968 Written by Baker, Ginger & Taylor, Mike.
Cream Rollin' & Tumblin' 1966 Written by Morganfield, McKinley AKA Waters, Muddy.
Cream Sleepy Time Time 1966 Written by Godfrey, Janet & Bruce, Jack.
Cream Spoonful 1966 Recorded at Mayfair Studios, London, Fall 1966. Written by Dixon, Willie.
Cream Steppin' Out (Previously Unreleased) 1988 Recorded at BBC Studios, London, January 9, 1968.
Cream Strange Brew 1967 Produced by Felix Pappalardi. Recorded at Atlantic Studios, New York, April 1967. Written by Clapton, Eric & Collins, Gail & Pappalardi, Felix.
Cream Sunshine Of Your Love 1967 Produced by Felix Pappalardi. Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete & Clapton, Eric.
Cream Sweet Wine 1966 Written by Godfrey, Janet & Baker, Ginger.
Cream Swlabr 1967 Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Cream Tales Of Brave Ulysees 1967 Produced by Felix Pappalardi. Recorded at Atlantic Studios, New York, April 1967. Written by Clapton, Eric & Sharp, Martin.
Cream Toad 1966 Written by Baker, Ginger.
Cream White Room 1968 Produced by Felix Pappalardi. Recorded in London in 1967 and in New York in 1968. Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Cream Wrapping Paper 1966 Recorded at Chalkfarm Studios, London, Summer 1966. Released October 7, 1966 as the A-side of the first single by Cream. Written by Bruce, Jack & Brown, Pete.
Eyes Cream Open Up Your Mind 2002
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