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Crossroads - Cream - Wheels Of Fire

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  1. Gukasa
    Several music writers have explained that Cream's recording for Wheels of Fire was edited from a much longer performance that was typical for the trio – in the notes for Clapton's Crossroads box set, Anthony DeCurtis credits the trimming to engineer Tom Dowd, while critic Stephen Thomas Erlewine attributes the editing to producer Felix Format: inch 78 rpm record.
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  2. Ararisar
    Crossroads is a song based on "Cross Road Blues" by Robert Johnson released on Cream's double album "Wheels Of Fire" in read more Crossroads is a song based on "Cross Road Blues" by Robert Johnson released on Cream's double album "Wheels Of Fire" in
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  3. Vudosida
    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().
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  4. Tosar
    Crossroads is a song based on "Cross Road Blues" by Robert Johnson released on Cream's double album "Wheels Of Fire" in read more. Crossroads is a song based on "Cross Road Blues" by Robert Johnson released on Cream's double album "Wheels Of Fire" in During the spring of , Cream ca read more.
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  5. Shakajin
    Sep 01,  · It's undoubtedly a great guitar but the seminal Wheels Of Fire live side (including Crossroads, Spoonful etc) was played on the SG. He used the later, near the end of the band- notably in their Farewell Cream movie. Here's a link to a pretty good chronology of his mid-late 60s Gibsons.
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  6. Jujas
    Oct 09,  · Eric Clapton's, Jack Bruce's and Ginger Baker's blues/psych rock supergroup Cream with their third album. Wheels of Fire is a massive double LP which has a studio album as the first disc and a live album as the second disc. Both are impressive in my opinion/5().
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  7. Zulugul
    Wheels of Fire is the third album by the British rock band Cream. It was released in August as a two-disc vinyl LP, with one disc recorded in the studio and the other recorded live. It reached number three in the United Kingdom and number one in the United States, becoming the world's first platinum-selling double folk.zulkikreegavinrarathorgagra.infoinfo: Psychedelic rock, blues rock, hard rock.
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  8. Kajijinn
    12 days ago · The Cream version was recorded at their Winterland Ballroom show in San Francisco in March , then included on the Live At The Fillmore disc on their Wheels Of Fire .
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  9. Daikasa
    Jan 22,  · Cream is good at a number of things; unfortunately song-writing and recording are not among them. However, they are fantastic performers and excellent musicians. Their latest recording, Wheels .
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