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Badge Lyrics: Thinkin' 'bout the times you drove in my car / Thinkin' that I might have drove you too far / And I'm thinkin' 'bout the love that you laid on my table / I told you not to wander '.
Live Cream Volume II is the second live album by the British rock band Cream, released in March by Polydor Records (Atco Records in the US). This album contains six tracks recorded at various performances from 9 March to 4 October Reception. Matthew Greenwald of AllMusic stated.
"Badge" is a song performed by British rock music group Cream. It was written by Eric Clapton and George Harrison,  and was included as a track on Cream's final album, Goodbye. Also issued as a single in March , "Badge" peaked at number 18 in the United Kingdom  and number 60 on the US Billboard Hot stonescarkagataursharphammer.xyzinfo: Rock.
Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Goodbye - Cream on AllMusic - - After a mere three albums in just under three.
"Badge" is known both as one of Cream's finer songs, and as one of the most notable songwriter-guitarist appearances of George Harrison not to be heard on a Beatles or George Harrison record. The song was co-written by Harrison, then still in the Beatles, .
Though Goodbye Cream was distributed as a gatefold, in reality, it was only a single album that did reach number 2 in the United States. But that slotting may have been a bit circumspect at the end of the psychedelic decade, meaning that that album may have sold so well simply because it was their final album, and no one wanted to miss a thing.
Goodbye is one of the biggest wastes in the history of rock. Cream had a contractual obligation and were breaking up. Because of that they did a last album. They each agreed to write a final song and put it on the album. They still did not have enough material so the record company added three live tracks.
Now this complements my other Cream cd's:Disraeli Gears [Gold], Wheels of Fire [Gold], Goodbye Cream [Gold] & Live Cream, Vol. 1 & 11 [Gold], not to mention other Clapton greats [Clapton, Just One Night.] I had this on Gold disk yrs. ago which I gifted. Finally I can hear this super-group as clear as in the studio or live @ Fillmore & Winterland!/5().
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