Cream (2) ‎– Goodbye

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Polydor ‎– 583 053, Polydor ‎– 583053
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"I'm So Glad", "Politician" & "Sitting On Top Of The World" were recorded live in concert.
"Badge", "Doing That Scrapyard Thing" & "What A Bringdown" are studio recordings.
1st UK Pressing.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 583053 A//3 127
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 583053 B//3 115

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
184 203 Cream (2) Goodbye(LP, Album, Gat) Polydor 184 203 Germany 1969 Sell This Version
RS-1-3013 Cream (2) Goodbye(LP, Album, RE, Gat) RSO RS-1-3013 US 1977 Sell This Version
999094 Cream (2) Goodbye(LP, Album, RE) Vinyl Lovers 999094 Russia 2008 Sell This Version
TIMC 93003 Cream (2) Goodbye(Cass, Album) RSO TIMC 93003 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
SPELP 75, 2394 178 Cream (2) Goodbye(LP, Album, RE) Polydor, Polydor SPELP 75, 2394 178 UK Unknown Sell This Version

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blackplastik

blackplastik

June 28, 2017
Has anyone else noticed that when you enter the catalog number for Cream (2) - Goodbye RS 1 3013, Dead Can Dance - Into The Labyrinth shows in the list that appears. It may be just me, but they appear to have similar cover art and Dead Can Dance - Into The Labyrinth does have a catalog number with 3013.
dlgale1974

dlgale1974

December 2, 2014

In a chart of Cream albums, I'd rank this third, with "Wheels OF Fire" second and "Disraeli Gears" on top. Like it's predecessor, "Goodbye" is divided in two with half the material being from live performances, and the other half from the studio. Also like it's predecessor, it has contributions from all three artists. While the live material doesn't quite reach the heights of "Crossroads" or "Spoonful", unlike "Wheels Of Fire" it doesn't have any weak points. From the studio material, Clapton's "Badge" has a timeless quality to it, making it one of their most, (if not typical) memorable tunes. Bruce's "Doing That Scrapyard Thing" whilst also enjoyable, is very of it's time, as is Ginger Baker's, unusual, "What A Bringdown".