Tag Archives: Jack Bruce

JACK BRUCE – Cities Of The Heart

January 31, 2015

CMP 1994 / Esoteric 2014 A tuneful birthday bash of one of the most versatile musicians of the last century – with regular suspects and unusual pieces. t had been about a year after Jack Bruce’s actual 50th anniversary when, … Continue reading

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JACK BRUCE – Somethin Els

December 15, 2014

CMP 1993 / Esoteric 2014 Transitional work sees former Creamster cruising from experimental ’80s into a calmer decade. Both innovator and traditionalist, Jack Bruce found it difficult to sail through the plastic production years. This album, recorded in 1986-1992, between … Continue reading

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Jack Bruce deserted cities of the heart

October 25, 2014

Arguably the most influential bassist in rock, Jack Bruce died today. One of a kind, a fantastic musician who brought his academic education and cello mastery to the blues and the most fabulous, operatic singer, Jack’s career encompassed not only CREAM, alongside … Continue reading

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JACK BRUCE – Monkjack

September 20, 2014

CMP 1995 / Esoteric 2014 No bass, no fuss: one of the maestro’s most unusual, and most beautiful, records sees ivory magic in the air. Although Jack Bruce has always been an experimentalist – the “Things We Like” LP, recorded … Continue reading

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JACK BRUCE – Silver Rails

April 2, 2014

Esoteric Antenna 2014 Veteran bass-wielding warbler keeps it up and slides it in with resistance and revolution. He may look like a tired starling now, but Jack Bruce has always been a stoic, such a stance oozing out of every … Continue reading

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