Sunshine of Your Love - Cream, Brown, Pete [Lyrici
Crossroads - Cream, Jamal, Ahmad
White Room - Cream, Brown, Pete [Lyrici
Born Under a Bad Sign - Cream, Bell, William 
Swlabr - Cream, Brown, Pete [Lyrici
Strange Brew - Cream, Clapton, Eric
Anyone for Tennis - Cream, Clapton, Eric
I Feel Free - Cream, Brown, Peter 
Politician - Cream, Brown, Pete [Lyrici
Tales of Brave Ulysses - Cream, Clapton, Eric
Spoonful - Cream, Dixon, Willie 
Third in a Series Aimed at Bringing You the Best of Today's Garage Music. This One was Mixed by DJ Declan and DJ Hayden Keys and features the Bonafide Hits 'believe' (Ministers De La Funk Ft. Jocelyn Brown), 'in and Out of... more » My Life' (Atfc Presents Onephatdiva), Eclipse's 'make Me Love You', Paul Johnson's 'get Get Down', 'i Want Your Love' by Roger Sanchez Presents Twilight and Twelve More Guaranteed to Get You Two-stepping!« less
Third in a Series Aimed at Bringing You the Best of Today's Garage Music. This One was Mixed by DJ Declan and DJ Hayden Keys and features the Bonafide Hits 'believe' (Ministers De La Funk Ft. Jocelyn Brown), 'in and Out of My Life' (Atfc Presents Onephatdiva), Eclipse's 'make Me Love You', Paul Johnson's 'get Get Down', 'i Want Your Love' by Roger Sanchez Presents Twilight and Twelve More Guaranteed to Get You Two-stepping!
Kathijo E. from WESTPORT, PA Reviewed on 10/1/2022...
one of the best CDs m
ever made! Amazing music from years ago which is still perfect in todays world
Save your money!
Kieran | Brisbane, Australia | 12/06/2003
(1 out of 5 stars)
"My rating is not a reflection of the greatness of Cream, rather a forewarning to prospective buyers of this compilation. Before purchasing this compilation, consider that there is a vastly better one available for near the same price! "The Very Best of Cream" features all of the tracks presented "Strange Brew", an additional 8 tracks, and more extensive liner notes. Also "The Very Best of Cream", released in 1995, was the first Cream best of to be released exclusively on CD, and is mastered using Apogee's UV22 encoding that vastly improves the sound quality of the original songs, and the songs on this album. Save your money and get it instead!"
Decent, but now obselete
finulanu | Here, there, and everywhere | 02/26/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The one-disc, twenty-track Best of Cream has officially rendered all other Cream collections obselete. And this is no exception. Though this is a good bunch of tracks, the one-disc collection is so much better. This reminds me of a Jimi Hendrix compilation entitled Smash Hits: probably worked in its day, but is now just about useless. Nice cover photo, though."
Still the Cream of the Cream
Steven R. Seim | Beaver Dam, WI United States | 07/17/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Though out of print, "Strange Brew" is still the best single-disc Cream sampler. All the essentials are here. "20th Century Masters" is also a good sampler, but it doesn't include the driving "Born Under a Bad Sign." Try to find "Strange Brew" if you can."
SKIMMING THE CREAM
Jukebox Dave | RECORD TOWN, USA | 12/20/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"STRANGE BREW-THE VERY BEST OF CREAM: Like Eric Clapton's previous group the Yardbirds, power trio Cream introduced millions of rock fans to the blues, in this instance via the most contorted, "jam packed" interpretations of Robert Johnson and Albert King ever channeled through a psychedelic wah-wah pedal. The band boasted Jack Bruce's triple threat bass/harp/vocal prowess, Ginger Baker's jazz-tinged skin stroking, and Clapton's "Guitar God" pyrotechnics, and Cream's originals (WHITE ROOM, SUNSHINE OF YOUR LOVE, BADGE, etc.) were on a par with their mentors' compositions. Not surprisingly, it was far too much talent to contain under one roof and they imploded after two short years. What's left behind is this stunning (albeit crimanlly brief) account of a band that actually lived up to all that "supergroup" hype (and how often does THAT happen?) RATING: FIVE SPOONFULS
A retrosepective Cream classics greatest hits compilation!
Steven R. Seim | 06/20/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The british psychedelic's rock bands studio and live track versions from their recordings is much like the anticipated "The Very Best of Cream" anthology compilation disc. With favorite song tunes including "Anyone For Tennis?" (The Savage Seven Theme), "Sunshine of Your Love" and "Badge". Are highlighted masterpieces with Jack Bruce's acoustic guitar sound effects performances right here!"