Cream’s Singles to be Reissued in Vinyl Box


Cream’s singles are getting reissued on vinyl in a deluxe box featuring new artwork and remastered mono sound.

Titled The Singles 1967–1970, the box will be released on November 26 and is currently available for pre-order for $107.99 through Universal’s online store.

The singles box is the second major Cream vault release of the year, following a collection of three band-related films that arrived in stores in May. In addition, Eric Clapton will release Live at the Royal Albert Hall—Slowhand at 70 on November 12. The film and its soundtrack capture the Cream guitarist in action during his record-breaking series of dates at the venue earlier this year.

The track listing for the box is below. And here’s “SWLABR,” the B-side of the “Sunshine of Your Love” single.

The Singles 1967–1970 Track Listing
“Wrapping Paper” b/w “Cat’s Squirrel”
“I Feel Free” / “NSU”
“Spoonful – Part I” / “Spoonful – Part II”
“Strange Brew” / “Tales of Brave Ulysses”
“Anyone for Tennis” / “Pressed Rat and Warthog”
“Sunshine of Your Love” / “SWLABR”
“White Room” / “Those Were the Days”
“Crossroads” / “Passing the Time”
“Badge” / “What a Bringdown”
“Lawdy Mama” / “Sweet Wine”