In this thread, I'm going to post a few tracklists for rock albums from alternate timelines. These are not intended to be complete timelines - but rather snapshots of what could have been done differently at certain points in bands careers. For a start, here's one I've had as a playlist for a while.. Cream - Blind Faith Released July 1969. Side A 1 - Never tell your mother she's out of tune (*) 2 - Well all right 3 - Theme from an imaginary western (*) 4 - Weird of Hermiston (*) 5 - The clearout (*) 6 - Can't find my way home Side B 1 - Had to cry today 2 - He the Richmond (*) 3 - The ministry of bag (*) 4 - Badge (+) 5 - Tickets to Waterfalls (*) 6 - Presence of the Lord All tracks from OTL's "Blind Faith" album, except (*) from OTL's "Songs for a Taylor" by Jack Bruce, and (+) from OTL's "Goodbye" album by Cream. Background: Instead of breaking up as in OTL, Cream add Steve Winwood to their lineup in late 1968, and instead of issuing the bits-and-pieces 'Goodbye' album they press ahead exploring brass arrangements & a style influenced at times by The Band. The Clearout & Weird of Hermiston were old Cream tunes, demo-ed as far back as the Disraeli Gears sessions. (Alternately, Clapton & Bruce sack Ginger Baker and move forward with a new drummer plus Steve Winwood to add a keyboards/2nd guitar option to flesh out their live sound.. which is actually more plausible given the friction between Baker and Bruce) -- Spotify Link to playlist https://open.spotify.com/user/1231007472/playlist/4SL7vrZiArHAYulJKWsY7k If there's interest for more, I'll post a few others - and any big music fans here feel free to add your own.