The Top 10 Cream songs

Looking back at ten of Rock’s most influential songs ever on Jack Bruce’s 81st birthday

The Top 10 Cream songs

Together with Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce, born in Bishopbriggs, Lanarkshire, Scotland on May 14, 1943, laid down the blueprint for Rock’s Power trio format and supergroups. Clapton, member of the Yardbirds and John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers on guitar and vocals, Bruce also from John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers and Manfred Mann on bass and lead vocals, and Ginger Baker from The Graham Bond Organisation on drums, gathered forces together and formed Cream in 1966. The band released during their short run between 1966 and 1969, four influential albums, “Fresh Cream”, “Disraeli Gears” “Wheels of Fire” and “Goodbye”. Their explosive blend of Psychedelic Rock, Blues and Jazz, defined their unique sound. Jack Bruce passed in 2014 at age 71. We look back at the Top 10 Cream songs remembering Bruce on his 81st birthday

10 – “Dreaming”, 1966

9 – “Toad”, 1966

8 – “Badge”, 1969

7 – “Tales of Brave Ulysses”, 1967

6 – “I’m So Glad”, 1966

5 – “I Feel Free”, 1966

4 – “Spoonful”, 1966

3 – “Strange Brew”, 1967

2 – “Sunshine of Your Love”, 1967

1 – “White Room”, 1968

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