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Cream Magazine Guide

Cream

Founded by Bob Houston and launched in May 1971, Cream was a monthly title that lasted 29 issues before folding in October 1973.

My googling for content scans was hampered by the similarly titled - and way more famous - Creem magazine...    



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#1. May 1971.
#2. June 1971.
#3. July 1971.
#4. August 1971.
#5. September 1971.
#6. October 1971.
#7. November 1971. (7 | back)
#8. December 1971.
#9. January 1972. (2/316/17 | 18/1945)
#10. February 1972.
#11. March 1972.
#12. April 1972.
#13. May 1972.
#14. June 1972.
#15. July 1972.
#16. September 1972.
#17. October 1972.
#18. November 1972.
#19. December 1972.
#20. January 1973.
#21. February 1973.
#22. March 1973.
#23. April 1973.
#24. May 1973.
#25. June 1973.
#26. July 1973.
#27. August 1973.
#28. September 1973.
#29. October 1973.



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