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"Disraeli Gears: Deluxe Edition - 2 Discs"

Disraeli Gears: Deluxe Edition [Digipak] ... Track listing DISC 1: STEREO VERSION: 1. Strange Brew 2. Sunshine Of Your Love 3. World Of Pain 4. Dance The Night Away 5. Blue Condition 6. Tales Of Brave Ulysses 7. Swlabr 8. We're Going Wrong 9. Outside Woman Blues 10. Take It Back 11. Mother's Lament 12. Lawdy Mama - (alternate take, version 2) 13. Blue Condition - (previously unreleased, alternate take, Eric Clapton on lead vocal) 14. We're Going Wrong 15. Hey Now Princess 16. Swlabr 17. Weird Of Hermiston 18. Clearout, The DISC 2: MONO VERSION: 1. Strange Brew 2. Sunshine Of Your Love 3. World Of Pain 4. Dance The Night Away 5. Blue Condition 6. Tales Of Brave Ulysses 7. Swlabr 8. We're Going Wrong 9. Outside Woman Blues 10. Take It Back 11. Mother's Lament 12. Lawdy Mama - (alternate take, mono, version 1) 13. Blue Condition - (previously unreleased, alternate take, mono, Eric Clapton on lead vocal) 14. Strange Brew 15. Tales Of Brave Ulysses 16. We're Going Wrong 17. Born Under A Bad Sign 18. Outside Woman Blues 19. Take It Back 20. Politician 21. Swlabr 22. Steppin' Out The remastered DISRAELI GEARS is also available in its entirety on the 4 disc set THOSE WERE THE DAYS. Cream: Eric Clapton (guitar, vocals); Jack Bruce (bass, vocals, harmonica); Ginger Baker (drums, vocals). Recorded at Atlantic Studios, New York, New York in May 1967. Cream: Eric Clapton (vocals, guitar); Jack Bruce (vocals, harmonica, piano, bass guitar); Ginger Baker (vocals, drums, percussion). Liner Note Author: Scott Schinder. Recorded in the U.S. in a three-and-a-half day flurry of inspired activity before the band members' visas expired, DISRAELI GEARS continued to present the legendary, unprecedented rock power-trio acrobatics pioneered by Cream on their debut FRESH CREAM. The acronymic "SWLABR (She Walked Like a Bearded Rainbow)" for instance, featured some of the band's most fiery instrumental interplay. The album, with its eye-catching day-glo cover, was produced by Felix Pappalardi (who went on to co-found the Cream-inspired Mountain) and once again featured collaborations between singer/bassist Jack Bruce and lyric poet Pete Brown. The Top Five hit "Sunshine Of Your Love," however, was written by Brown and Eric Clapton. That iconic riff-rocker, along with the slinky, bluesy "Strange Brew," and the mythographic, wah-wah stomper "Tales of Brave Ulysses" was a staple of rock radio forever after, making DISRAELI GEARS one of the seminal '60s rock albums. Despite the good humor suggested by the jokey a capella reading of "Mother's Lament," however, all was far from peace and love in the Cream camp at the time, as internal and external pressures broke up the band by the end of 1968. Editorial reviews 4 stars out of 5 - The album was a huge, Top 5 success on both sides of the Atlantic, transforming the shape of rock music, which still draws deeply on its power-trio innovations. Uncut 3 stars out of 5 - With its perfect Martin Sharp sleeve and disciplined performances, DISRAELI GEARS was always Cream's best record. It remains so... Mojo Ranked #112 in Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time - [C]olorful, concise songs... Rolling Stone (12/11/2003)
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