CREAM — Strange Brew (review)

CREAM — Strange Brew album cover Single · 1967 · Proto-Metal Buy this album from MMA partners
5/5 ·
tpw
The Clapton sung "Strange Brew" became one of Cream's more popular tracks, containig a solid riff and good solo. The B-Side "Tales of Brave Ulysses" is another excellent track with a sweet wah wah introduction. Both tracks come from one of the great psychadelic albums of the era in Disraeli Gears.
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tpw wrote:
41 days ago
The Clapton sung "Strange Brew" became one of Cream's more popular tracks, containig a solid riff and good solo. The B-Side "Tales of Brave Ulysses" is another excellent track with a sweet wah wah introduction. Both tracks come from one of the great psychadelic albums of the era in Disraeli Gears.

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