From the first lone voice in I Feel Free to the finest drum solo in rock history in Toad, Fresh Cream is a superb and exciting blues/rock album that has not one misstep. The perfect album to own on vinyl, you can just put the needle down and let it play as it carries you away with its dynamic energy. This is the impressive debut of the rock pioneers and the beginning of a very short (they were only together for two years), yet influential career.
People also swear by the sophomore album, Disraeli Gears, but the dirty blues of this one is dearer to my heart. All the members went on to great things: Ginger Baker played in Blind Faith, Jack Bruce who had been in Manfred Mann played with Frank Zappa and other artists, and Eric Clapton became… Eric Clapton.