Category: DEFAULT

Home » Archive by category "DEFAULT"

Post War - Jack Bruce - At His Best

Gogore DEFAULT 9 Comments


  1. Shaktishura says:
    However, the unparalleled bassline in this song is probably his best-known work, and so many of us have learned from it that it’s impossible not to include it in the higher echelons of this list. Wise indeed is the man who knows that the sum of all bass-centric wisdom lies not in the moshpit nor at the blues club – .
  2. Kisar says:
    Oct 25,  · Jack Bruce, the bassist and singer for the seminal 60s rock group Cream, has died aged He had been suffering from liver disease. His death was announced on his .
  3. Damuro says:
    Apr 23,  · Starting off with "Never tell your mother she's out of tune" it starts off with a bang. Also included is Hckchh blues, rope ladder to the moon, and you burned all my tables. If you still have a record player, this definately one record to be added to your record collection. Jack Bruce at his best. /5(3).
  4. Kagale says:
    Live at Manchester Free Trade Hall '75 is a live album by the Jack Bruce Band released in It was compiled from a rough mix of a recording of a performance at Manchester Free Trade Hall in June , the only surviving remnant of an abandoned live album project. Bruce Genre: Jazz rock, progressive rock, blues rock.
  5. Vikus says:
    May 18,  · As Jack Bruce And Band he presented a further concert in at Zeche/Bochum. Again with David Sancious and this time Bruce Gray on drums. To complete this boxset there is another extraordinary Jack Bruce solo concert from at Live Music Hall in Cologne. The Rockpalast Legacy of an unique and legendary artist!4/5(10).
  6. Ferg says:
    But what happened was that Bruce embraced the trail Mountain stampeded down, while a purer blending of the two would have been re-readings of this Harmony Row material. "Post War" is a good example of how the underappreciated Leslie West could have expanded his influence -- Spedding's contributions are enormous, and like West, he is the only 7/
  7. Keshakar says:
    Peter Edward "Ginger" Baker (19 August – 6 October ) was an English drummer and a co-founder of the rock band Cream. His work in the s and s earned him the reputation of "rock's first superstar drummer," for a style that melded jazz and African rhythms and pioneered both jazz fusion and world music.
  8. Akinolkis says:
    Jan 11,  · I believe Jack Bruce played a Gibson EB-3 bass with Cream. Please correct me if I am wrong. what I want to know is, what kind of strings did he use. roundwounds or flatwounds. I am not sure how common round wound strings were back then, but would love input from anyone who knows.
  9. Tuzilkree says:
    Oct 25,  · Ginger Baker gets angry and stops playing drums during Sunshine Of Your Love performance at the Jack Bruce tribute gig. Roundhouse, London 24/10/

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Grogis DEFAULT 9 Comments
1 of 212Next »