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Spoonful - Various - Rock Cream (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Jul 22,  · Fresh Cream Vinyl LP SPELP 42 Toad / Spoonful / I'm So Glad / N.S.U. eBay Marketplaces GmbH is an appointed representative of eBay International AG (both of Helvetiastraße , Bern, Switzerland) and is authorised by the FCA to conduct credit broking for a restricted range of finance providers.
  2. Cream was a s three-piece British band consisting of bassist/lead vocalist Jack Bruce, guitarist/vocalist Eric Clapton, and drummer Ginger Baker, having formed in London, England. They were known as one of the first great power trios and supergroups of rock. Their sound was characterised by a hybrid of blues, hard rock and psychedelic rock.
  3. A couple of months later, RCA Records decided to press the album on black vinyl as a cost-cutting move, which would have made the blue pressings rare and desirable. Shortly after this decision was made, Elvis passed away, and the label made the decision to return to blue vinyl for that album, and all pressings for the next ten years or so were.
  4. Jun 30,  · Cream's ATCO Records two-LP set, WHEELS OF FIRE (SD ) was RIAA's first Platinum double album and #1 on Billboard's chart. With early copies, Martin Sharp's black ink exterior drawing is printed on silver foil/5(76).
  5. Spoonful This song is by Cream and appears on the album Fresh Cream () on the album Wheels of Fire () on the compilation album Crossroads () by Eric Clapton on the box set Those Were the Days () This song is a cover of "Spoonful" by Howlin' Wolf. Could fill spoons full of diamonds Could fill spoons full of gold Just a little spoon of your precious love Will satisfy my.
  6. DICK CLARK 20 YEARS OF ROCK N' ROLL DOUBLE VINYL LP BUDDAH RECORDS STEREO. $ HOT PLATTERS ROCK SALAD VARIOUS DOUBLE VINYL LP WARNER BROS. RECORDS STEREO. $ The Loop - Chicago Rocks:Vol 1 - Vinyl 12'' Lp/ WLUP FM Dahl Kevin Lee. $ Was: Previous Price $
  7. More recently, ‘Spoonful’ was covered by George Thorogood & The Destroyers (on their LP, South Michigan Avenue) and rising blues-rock god Joe Bonamassa (on his live album, Muddy.

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