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Cream - White Room Album

Cream - White Room Album Performer: Cream
Album: White Room
Country: Portugal
Released: 1969
Style: Blues Rock
Label: Polydor
Genre: Rock
Catalog #: 60 586
Size FLAC: 2593 mb.
Size MP3: 2311 mb.
Rating: 4.3/5
Votes: 660
Record Source: Vinyl, 7", EP, 45 RPM




Tracklist


1Born Under A Bad Sign
Written-By – Jones, Bell
2White Room
Written-By – Bruce, Brown
3Those Were The Days
Written-By – Baker, Taylor
4Dreaming
Written-By – Bruce


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
KP 2025Cream White Room / Cream Best 6 ‎(7", EP)PolydorKP 2025Japan1972
SKP-1150Cream White Room ‎(7", EP)PolydorSKP-1150Japan1969


Notes


Longa Duração EP M 45
Made In Portugal

"White Room" mistyped as "White RRom" on Face 1


Barcodes


  • Rights Society: BIEM


Companies


  • Licensed From – Deutsche Grammophon GmbH
  • Made By – Philips Portuguesa, S.A.R.L.
  • Printed By – Sericrom Lda.


Album


White Room is a song by British rock band Cream, composed by bassist Jack Bruce with lyrics by poet Pete Brown. They recorded it for the studio half of the 1968 double album Wheels of Fire. The subsequent UK single release in January 1969 used the full-length album version of the track. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. White Room, written by Jack Bruce and Pete Brown, is a single by Cream from their 1968 album Wheels of Fire. After bassist Jack Bruce wrote the guitar pieces, Cream's lyricist, poet Pete Brown, grouped colorful four-syllable phrases, loosely organized around images of waiting in an English railway station influenced by the drugs he was taking. White Room is further noted for its unusual time signature of 54 in the introduction and bridge, with triplets played on toms by Ginger Baker, his thunderous bass drum part also lacing the verses. Finally, W read more. The white room was a literal place: a room in an apartment where Pete Brown was living. It was not, as some suspected, an institution. Upon its release, Wheels Of Fire was given a terrible review by Rolling Stone magazine. They claim that White Room has The exact same lines for guitar, bass and drums as Tales Of Brave Ulysses. If you listen to both songs, they are somewhat similar, but nowhere near the level they claim. White Room Lyrics: In a white room with black curtains near the station, Black roof country, no gold pavements. A rock song written by a bona fide poet, White Room was released first in 1968 on the album Wheels of Fire, and then as a single later that same year. It was one of severalWhite Room Lyrics: In a white room with black curtains near the station, Black roof country, no gold pavements, tired starlings, Silver horses ran down moonbeams in your dark eyes, Dawnlight. It was one of several Read More. White Room:Cream. 6 in 1968. Gm F Dm C Gm F Dm C Am Aaah, aaah, aaah, , aaah, aaah, aaah, aaah. Am Dm F G Bb C Dm F G Bb In a white room, with black . White Room. Publication date. Wonderful album. Not heard since long time past. some unusual tracks. Beware . Drum solo's avoid. White Room is found on the album Wheels of Fire. Found on more albums: The Cream of Eric Clapton Story of Cream Strange Brew: The Very Best of Cream Those Were the Days Live Cream, Vol. 2 The Very Best of Cream Crossroads Live Cream, Vols. 1-2 Wheels of Fire 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Cream Alternative Album 1966 The Cream of Clapton Wheels of Fire Farewell Concert Gold I Feel Free: Ultimate Cream I Feel Free: Ultimate Cream I Feel Free: Ultimate Cream Royal Albert Hall: London May 2-3-. This song is by Cream and appearsWhite Room. This song is by Cream and appears This song is featured in the video game Rock Revolution. In the white room with black curtains, near the stationBlack-roof country, no gold pavements, tired starlingsSilver horses ran down moonbeams in your dark eyesDawn-light smiles on you, leaving my contentment. I'll wait in this placeWhere the sun never shinesWait in this placeWhere the shadows run from themselves