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Cd re-issue of "Live Cream" previously published in 1970; a beautiful (let's say) "pre-version" of Strange Brew is in here

Cream Live - Студийный альбом от Various Artists. В альбом вошло 31 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 02:31:37.

Live Cream, Vol. 1 Information. Track listing (Songs).

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Live Cream Volume II is the second live album by the British rock band Cream, released in March 1972 by Polydor Records (Atco Records in the US). This album contains six tracks recorded at various performances from 9 March to 4 October 1968.

Various Artists - Cream Live (2001). A fun, jump around and shake your shimmy collection of anthems from the clubscene at this time. Lots of ecclectic rhythms, pounding dance and funky house. A classic mix, makes a great 'Before the night out getting ready and dancing in front of the mirror' collection of tunes. It takes me back!! Best-selling in CDs. See all.

Release group by Various Artists. Type: Album + Compilation. house, electronic, trance.

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Front Room: Graeme Park
1.01 Sam Ellis Club Lonely (Mullen & Luv Dup Remix)
Remix – Liam Mullen*, LuvDup
1.02 Ill Disco Keep The Jam 7:46Going 3:14
1.03 Carol Bailey Feel It 4:56
1.04 Maria Rowe Sexual (Graeme Park Remix)
Remix – Graeme Park
1.05 Loni Clark Love's Got Me (Graeme Park Remix)
Remix – Graeme Park
1.06 Basia Drunk On Love (Roger Sanchez Remix)
Remix – Roger Sanchez
Front Room: Pete Tong
1.07 New Order True Faith (Tall Paul Remix)
Remix – Tall Paul
1.08 Escrima Train Of Thought 5:24
1.09 M People Sight For Sore Eyes (Livingstone & Dave Lee Remix)
Remix – Andrew "Doc" Livingstone, Dave Lee
1.10 Tin Tin Out Always Something There To Remind Me
Vocals – Espiritu
1.11 Hyperlogic Only Me 3:58
1.12 Shades Of Rhythm Sound Of Eden (Development Corporation Remix)
Mixed By – Ren SwanRemix – Development Corporation
1.13 D:Ream Things Can Only Get Better 5:05
1.14 M People How Can I Love You More? (Sasha & Frederikse Remix)
Remix – Sasha, Tom Frederikse
Back Room: Paul Oakenfold
2.01 The Original I Luv U Baby (Dancing Divaz Remix)
Remix – Dancing Divaz
2.02 Way Out West Ajare 4:17
2.03 Red Eye Kut It
Mixed By – Bloodshot
2.04 Billie Ray Martin Your Loving Arms (Diss-Cuss Remix)
Remix – Diss-Cuss
2.05 Diss-Cuss Save The Day 3:01
2.06 Jam & Spoon Odyssey To Anyoona 4:34
2.07 Baby D Let Me Be Your Fantasy 4:48
2.08 Subliminal Cuts Le Voie Le Soleill 2:55
2.09 Vernon Vernon's Wonderland (Original Mix) 3:34
Back Room: Justin Robertson
2.10 Armand Van Helden Witch Doktor 3:00
2.11 The Original Creators Roy's Revenge 5:07
2.12 The Music Freaks Wild Pitch 2:25
2.13 Lady B Yes It Is 3:17
2.14 A Guy Called Gerald Voodoo Ray 6:22
2.15 DJ Giovanni Let's Get Ready To Rumble 3:39
2.16 Underground Sound Of Lisbon So Get Up
Mixed By – Junior Vasquez
2.17 Underground Sound Of Lisbon So Get Up
Remix – Junior Vasquez

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Deconstruction Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Deconstruction Ltd.
  • Distributed By – BMG


  • DJ Mix – Graeme Park (tracks: 1.01 to 1.06), Justin Robertson (tracks: 2.10 to 2.16), Paul Oakenfold (tracks: 2.01 to 2.09), Pete Tong (tracks: 1.07 to 1.14)


Also available as Limited Edition in a Black, Red, Blue or Yellow rubber gatefold sleeve.
CD2, Track 17 is a misplaced track index. There are no additional songs, and the indexing for the final tracks on CD2 is misaligned to the songs themselves.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 743212721928
  • Label Code: 8280
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): S 743212-793421 01 CREAM LIVE DISCTRONICS
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): S 743212-793422 01 CREAM LIVE DISCTRONICS

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
74321 27219 1 Various Cream Live ‎(2xLP, Mixed) Deconstruction 74321 27219 1 UK 1995
74321 27219 4 Various Cream Live ‎(2xCass, Comp, Mixed) Deconstruction 74321 27219 4 UK 1995
74321 27934 2 Various Cream Live ‎(2xCD, Ltd, Mixed) Deconstruction, Cream Records 74321 27934 2 UK 1995
74321 27219 2 Various Cream Live ‎(2xCD, Ltd, Mixed, Pin) Deconstruction, Cream Records, BMG 74321 27219 2 UK 1995
74321 27219 2 Various Cream Live ‎(2xCD, Ltd, Mixed, Red) Deconstruction, Cream Records, BMG 74321 27219 2 UK 1995

Reviewed in Long Play column of the NME, 22 April 1995 7/10
just one girl
It was this Mix CD that got me in to House music and away from the hardcore / rave stuff that was big at the time in Scotland. Fav mix is Oakenfolds which introduced me to a lot of records i now consider classics and I own every single one of them now.
I have a copy with 17 tracks on CD 2, I believe as follows, but I could be wrong:14 = ?15 = Voodoo Ray16 = Let's Get Ready to Rumble17 = So Get UpIf anyone knows what this mysterious track is, could you please advise? Sample: "But it is not possible" runs through it. TIA.
it is listed but the track marks are all over the gaff. the sample is on this:
'Witch Doktor' has a track mark in the middle of it for no reason. It's that that makes it 17 tracks long.
it's track 11 that's wrong, there's 2 Witch Doktor's! track 10 is the Original mix, track 11 is the Possessed mix. which means Roy's Revenge is actually track 12, Wild Pitch track 13, and so on.
I've also been looking for this as well but if you check the sound sample of Yes It Is (I Love Mark Mix) on the release page track 14 is the correct track.From listening to the mix many times it appears that the mysterious track after Wild Pitch and before Yes It Is is the one that needs ID-ing
First off... Fantazia House Collection? A studio mix cd. Cream was mixed and recorded live at the club. I hate studio mix cd's. Its all about the DJ talent. Not about pre selecting tunes in the studio then making a mix fitting 74minutes. For a live mix all the DJs did a good job. Park does his usual stylish high class vocal stuff with harder edge vocal tunes, however the last 3 tunes are a bit too sugary. Tong plays the usual tunes that he gets 6 months before they entered the charts and become comercial. Its his taste, but I aint complaining. Robertson plays some real aggressive dark mind bending basic raw twisted warped tribal stuff. Oakey brings the new age 90s progressive beats that begun to emerge in the mid 90's which most folks found pleasant. These four mixes, which were recorded live by the way, and showed off the DJs talent, stood the test of time and represented the club culture sounds of the 90s - 16 - 26 year olds. The times of the 90s were the best decade for music since the 60s.
This was a decent introduction to dance music back in the day. Whether that's the case now is debatable. Park's mix is certainly not at his best and is on the wrongside of Handbag (For excellent Park compilations try Up Yer Ronson Vol 1 and Fantazia House Collection Vol. 1). His remix of Loni Clark is pretty good but his take on Maria Rowe - Sexual sounds very similar to many other remixes he did back in the day. On the whole, his 6 track mix leaves a lot to be desired. Tong's mix is commercially minded, cheesy but isn't actually that bad. Oakenfold's mix is trancey and as a result not something I enjoy. Furthermore, it is rather haphazardly mixed which is something we come to expect from him. Justin Robertson's mix is the bravest but the only track I really like is Voodoo Ray. I note that there is a DJ Pierre production (The Original Creators) in the mix but this was certainly not Pierre's best. Overall this mix is passable. Nevertheless, as one can imagine, it hasn't stood the test of time well at all.
When Liverpool superclub Cream added their first contribution to the deluge of big-name-club-plus-big-name-DJ mix CDs, the idea was starting to lose its sheen. In itself, I suppose, there's nothing THAT special. Graeme Park spins some commercial vocal house, which are good sweet-toothed fun; Tong concentrates on...everything popular at the time, as Tong always did, with a bit of euro-trance and very mainstream house; Oakey finds himself on the cusp of trance proper, with some great and important tracks from Sven Väth and Jam & Spoon; and Justin Robertson is a total square peg, with some fantastically skewiff acid and tribal stuff. That said, it's very close to my heart - as an impressionable nine year-old, it was Tong's mix on this that turned me into a dance evangelist. While many will bite their fists at the cheese-tastic keys on Escrima's "Train of Thought", I just get a huge grin on my face and start bouncing around the room. Top stuff. Sort of.
f the track here on you tube if you forgot how it went
There is a track by sunscreem - perfection motion, I believe the boys own remix, it featured on one of the cream albums,does anyone know which one? Thx :)
Various - Cream Live FLAC album
Cream Live
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1987 mb
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1794 mb
WMA size:
1152 mb
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