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Jack Bruce

Although some may be tempted to call multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and composer Jack Bruce a rock & roll musician, blues and jazz were what this innovative musician really loved. As a result, those two genres were at the base of most of the recorded output from a career that went back to the beginning of London's blues scene in 1962. In that year, he joined Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated. Throughout the following decades and into the 21st century, Bruce remained a supreme innovator, pushing himself into uncharted waters with his jazz and folk-rock compositions.

Bruce's most famous songs were, in essence, blues tunes -- "Sunshine of Your Love," "Strange Brew," "Politician," "White Room" -- and they were ones he penned for Cream, the legendary blues-rock trio he formed with drummer Ginger Baker and guitarist Eric Clapton in July 1966. Baker and Bruce played together for five years before Clapton came along, and although their trio only lasted until November 1968, the group is credited with changing the face of rock & roll and bringing blues to a worldwide audience. Through their creative arrangements of classic blues tunes like Robert Johnson's "Crossroads," Skip James' "I'm So Glad," Willie Dixon's "Spoonful," and Albert King's "Born Under a Bad Sign," the group helped popularize blues-rock and led the way for similar groups that came about later on, like Led Zeppelin.

Bruce was born May 14, 1943, in Lanarkshire, near Glasgow, Scotland. His father was a big jazz fan, and so he included people like Louis Armstrong and Fats Waller among his earliest influences. He grew up listening to jazz and took up bass and cello as a teen. After three months at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music, he left, disgusted with the politics of music school. After traveling around Europe for a while, he settled into the early blues scene in 1962 in London, where he eventually met drummer Ginger Baker. He played with British blues pioneers Alexis Korner and Graham Bond before leaving in 1965 to join John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, whose guitarist was Eric Clapton. This gave him time to get his chops together without having to practice. With Manfred Mann, who he also played with before forming Cream, Bruce learned about the business of making hit songs.

Cream's reputation for long, extended blues jams began at the Fillmore in San Francisco at a concert organized by impresario Bill Graham. Bruce later realized that Cream gave him a chance to succeed as a musician, and admitted that if it weren't for that group, he might never have escaped London. After Cream split up in November 1968, Bruce formed Jack Bruce & Friends with drummer Mitch Mitchell and guitarist Larry Coryell. Recording-wise, Bruce took a different tack away from blues and blues-rock, leaning more in a folk-rock direction with his solo albums Songs for a Tailor (1969), Harmony Row (1971), and Out of the Storm (1974).

In 1970 and 1971, he worked with Tony Williams Lifetime before putting together another power trio with guitarist Leslie West and drummer Corky Laing in 1972, simply called West, Bruce & Laing. After working with Frank Zappa on his album Apostrophe in 1974, Bruce was at it again in 1975 with the Jack Bruce Band, whose members included keyboardist Carla Bley and guitarist Mick Taylor. Back on the road in 1980 with Jack Bruce & Friends, the latter version of the group included drummer Billy Cobham, keyboardist David Sancious, and guitarist Clem Clempson, formerly of Humble Pie. In the early '80s, he formed another trio, B.L.T., this time with guitarist Robin Trower, before working with Kip Hanrahan on his three solo albums. Bruce's bluesiest albums include all of his work with Cream, the albums B.L.T. and Truce with Trower, some of his West, Bruce & Laing recordings, and several of his albums from the 1980s and early '90s. These include Willpower (PolyGram, 1989); A Question of Time (Epic Records, 1989), which includes guest performances by Albert Collins, Nicky Hopkins, and Baker; as well as his CMP Records' live career-retrospective album recorded in Cologne, Germany, Cities of the Heart (1993).

Bruce released Monkjack in 1995, an album of his jazz piano compositions that he performed with organist Bernie Worrell, issued on CMP. Bruce recorded the fierce Shadows in the Air in 2001 with a new band called the Cuicoland Express that included Vernon Reid, Worrell, and Robby Ameen, and guest artists Eric Clapton and Dr. John for the CMC International/Sanctuary imprint. Bruce reunited with Robin Trower for 2008's Seven Moons, released on Evangeline Records, following it with Seven Moons Live a year later in 2009.

In 2010, Bruce joined the Tony Williams Lifetime Tribute Band with Reid, organist John Medeski, and drummer Cindy Blackman, and toured in the late part of that year and in early 2011 to sold-out performances and rave reviews. Also in 2011, Pledge Music, a company that pairs fans and artists to fund projects, released Jack Bruce and the Cuicoland Express Live at the Milky Way, from a 2001 concert in Amsterdam. The high-quality recording was provided by Bruce's daughters, who designed the cover as well. The Lifetime Tribute Band's tour had been so successful that the group renamed itself Spectrum Road and entered the studio. They emerged with a self-titled album that featured covers of Lifetime material and originals. In 2013, Bruce reconvened the rhythm section under his name for the album Silver Rails (with Robin Trower, Phil Manzanera, Uli Jon Roth, and Bernie Marsden alternating in the guitar chair). It was released in March of 2014. Just seven months later, however, he died at his Suffolk home from liver disease. ~ Richard Skelly
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Silver Rails

1. Candlelight

2. Reach For The Night

3. Fields Of Forever

4. Hidden Cities

5. Don't Look Now

6. Rusty Lady

7. Industrial Child

8. Drone

9. Keep It Down

10. No Surrender

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Track List: Jack Bruce & His Big Blues Band - Live 2012

1. Can You Follow? (Live 2012)

2. Morning Story (Live 2012)

3. You Burned The Tables On Me (Live 2012)

4. Neighbour Neighbour (Live 2012)

5. Child Song (Live 2012)

6. Weird Of Hermiston (Live 2012)

7. Folk Song (Live 2012)

8. Spoonful (Live 2012)

9. Theme From An Imaginary Western (Live 2012)

10. Tickets To Waterfalls (Live 2012)

11. Never Tell Your Mother She's Out Of Tune (Live 2012)

12. Bad Sign (Live 2012)

13. We're Going Wrong (Live 2012)

14. Deserted Cities (Live 2012)

15. White Room (Live 2012)

16. Sunshine (Live 2012)

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Track List: Somethinels & Monkjack

Disc 1

1. Waiting On A Word

2. Willpower

3. Ships In The Night

4. Peaces Of The East

5. Close Enough For Love

6. G.B. Dawn Blues

7. Criminality

8. Childsong

9. Fm

Disc 2

1. The Food

2. The Boy

3. Shouldn't We

4. David's Harp

5. Time Repairs

6. Laughing On Music Street

7. Know One Blues

8. Folksong

9. Weird of Hermiston

10. Tightrope

11. Third Degree

12. The Immortal Ninth

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Track List: Spirit - Live At The BBC 1971 - 1978

Disc 1

1. You Burned The Tables On Me (BBC Radio One "In Concert" Recorded At The BBC Paris Theatre On 18th September 1971)

2. Smiles And Grins (BBC Radio One "In Concert" Recorded At The BBC Paris Theatre On 18th September 1971)

3. Folk Song (BBC Radio One "In Concert" Recorded At The BBC Paris Theatre On 18th September 1971)

4. A Letter Of Thanks (BBC Radio One "In Concert" Recorded At The BBC Paris Theatre On 18th September 1971)

5. We're Going Wrong (BBC Radio One "In Concert" Recorded At The BBC Paris Theatre On 18th September 1971)

6. The Clearout (BBC Radio One "In Concert" Recorded At The BBC Paris Theatre 18th September 1971)

7. Have You Ever Loved A Woman (BBC Radio One "In Concert" Recorded At The BBC Paris Theatre On 18th September 1971)

8. Powerhouse Sod (BBC Radio One "In Concert" Recorded At The BBC Paris Theatre On 18th September 1971)

9. You Sure Look Good To Me (BBC Radio One "In Concert" Recorded At The BBC Paris Theatre On 18th September 1971)

10. Jack's Gone (BBC Radio Three "Jazz In Britain" Session Recorded 10th August 1971 And Broadcast On 31st August 1971 And 23rd February 1972)

11. Clearway (BBC Radio Three "Jazz In Britain" Session Recorded 10th August 1971 And Broadcast On 31st August 1971 And 23rd February 1972)

12. Powerhouse Sod (BBC Radio Three "Jazz In Britain" Session Recorded 10th August 1971 And Broadcast On 31st August 1971 And 23rd February 1972)

Disc 2

1. Can You Follow (BBC TV "Old Grey Whistle Test" Concert Recorded At BBC TV Centre On 6th June 1975)

2. Morning Story (BBC TV "Old Grey Whistle Test" Concert Recorded At BBC TV Centre On 6th June 1975)

3. Keep It Down (BBC TV "Old Grey Whistle Test" Concert Recorded At BBC TV Centre On 6th June 1975)

4. Pieces Of Mind (BBC TV "Old Grey Whistle Test" Concert Recorded At BBC TV Centre On 6th June 1975)

5. One (BBC TV "Old Grey Whistle Test" Concert Recorded At BBC TV Centre On 6th June 1975)

6. Spirit (BBC TV "Old Grey Whistle Test" Concert Recorded At BBC TV Centre On 6th June 1975)

7. Without A Word (BBC TV "Old Grey Whistle Test" Concert Recorded At BBC TV Centre On 6th June 1975)

8. Smiles And Grins (BBC TV "Old Grey Whistle Test" Concert Recorded At BBC TV Centre On 6th June 1975)

9. Fifteen Minutes Past Three (BBC Radio Three "Jazz In Britain" Session Recorded 26th June 1978 And Broadcast On 4th September 1978)

10. Ten To Four (BBC Radio Three "Jazz In Britain" Session Recorded 26th June 1978 And Broadcast On 4th September 1978)

Disc 3

1. Madhouse (BBC Radio One "In Concert" Recorded At The BBC Paris Theatre On 14th April 1977)

2. Without A Word (BBC Radio One "In Concert" Recorded At The BBC Paris Theatre On 14th April 1977)

3. Times (BBC Radio One "In Concert" Recorded At The BBC Paris Theatre On 14th April 1977)

4. Baby Jane (BBC Radio One "In Concert" Recorded At The BBC Paris Theatre On 14th April 1977)

5. Born Under A Bad Sign (BBC Radio One "In Concert" Recorded At The BBC Paris Theatre On 14th April 1977)

6. Lost Inside A Song (BBC Radio One "In Concert" Recorded At The BBC Paris Theatre On 14th April 1977)

7. Something To Live For (BBC Radio One "In Concert" Recorded At The BBC Paris Theatre On 14th April 1977)

8. How's Tricks (BBC Radio One "In Concert" Recorded At The BBC Paris Theatre On 14th April 1977)

9. Spirit (BBC Radio One "In Concert" Recorded At The BBC Paris Theatre On 14th April 1977)

10. Out Into The Fields (BBC Radio One "In Concert" Recorded At The BBC Paris Theatre On 14th April 1977)

11. You Burned The Tables On Me (BBC Radio One "In Concert" Recorded At The BBC Paris Theatre On 14th April 1977)

12. Twenty Past Four (BBC Radio Three "Jazz In Britain" Session Recorded 26th June 1978 And Broadcast On 4th September 1978)

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Track List: Bird Alone

Disc 1

1. White Room

2. Hit And Run

3. Clem's Blues

4. Born Under A Bad Sign

5. Livin' Without Ja

6. Dancing On Air

7. Post War

8. Theme From A Imaginary Western

Disc 2

1. Facelift 318

2. Escape To The Royal Wood (On Ice)

3. Morning Story

4. Traintime

5. Politician

6. Sunshine Of Your Love

7. Bird Alone

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Track List: More Jack Than God

1. So They Invented Race

2. Follow The Fire

3. Kelly's Blues

4. We're Going Wrong

5. Bizniz

6. Progress

7. I Feel Free

8. Ricin (Daylight Gathering)

9. The Night That Once Was Mine

10. Milonga Too

11. Cold Island (For Cozy Powell)

12. Uh, Oh!

14. Lost In The City (Jam Mix)

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Track List: Live At Manchester Free Trade Hall 1975

Disc 1

1. Can You Follow? (Live 1975)

2. Morning Story (Live 1975)

3. Keep It Down (Live 1975)

4. Pieces of Mind (Live 1975)

5. Tickets to Waterfalls / Weird of Hermiston / Post War (Live 1975)

6. Spirit (Live 1975)

Disc 2

1. One / You Burned The Tables On Me (Live 1975)

2. Smiles And Grins (Live 1975)

3. Sunshine Of Your Love (Live 1975)

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Track List: Shadows In The Air

Disc 1

1. Out Into The Fields

2. 52nd Street

3. Heart Quake

4. Boston Ball Game 1967

5. This Anger's A Liar

6. Sunshine Of Your Love

7. Directions Home (For Tony Williams & Larry Young)

8. Milonga

9. Dancing On Air

10. Windowless Rooms

11. Dark Heart

12. Mr Flesh

13. He The Richmond

14. White Room

15. Surge

Disc 2
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Track List: Cities Of The Heart (Live)

Disc 1

1. Can You Follow? (Live)

2. Running Thro' Our Hands (Live)

3. Over The Cliff (Live)

4. Statues (Live)

5. First Time I Met The Blues (Live)

6. Smiles And Grins (Live)

7. Bird Alone (Live)

8. Neighbor, Neighbor (Live)

9. Born Under A Bad Sign (Live)

Disc 2

1. Ships In The Night (Live)

2. Never Tell Your Mother She's Out Of Tune (Live)

3. Theme For An Imaginary Western (Live)

4. Golden Days (Live)

5. Life On Earth (Live)

6. Nsu (Live)

7. Sitting On Top Of The World (Live)

8. Politician (Live)

9. Spoonful (Live)

10. Sunshine Of Your Love (Live)

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Track List: A Question Of Time

1. Life On Earth

2. Make Love

3. No Surrender

4. Flying

5. Hey Now Princess

6. Blues You Can't Lose

7. Obsession

8. Kwela

9. LET ME BE

10. Only Playing Games

11. A Question Of Time

12. Grease The Wheels

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Track List: I've Always Wanted To Do This

1. HIT AND RUN

2. Running Back

3. Facelift 318

4. In This Way

5. Mickey The Fiddler

6. Dancing On Air

7. Livin' Without Ja

8. Wind And The Sea

9. Out To Lunch

10. Bird Alone

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Track List: Out Of The Storm

1. Peaces Of Mind

2. Golden Days

3. Running Through Our Hands

4. Keep On Wondering

5. Keep It Down

6. Into The Storm

7. One

8. Timeslip

9. Keep It Down (Previously Unreleased)

10. Keep On Wondering (Previously Unreleased)

11. Into The Storm (Previously Unreleased)

12. Peaces Of Mind (Previously Unreleased)

13. One (Previously Unreleased)

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Track List: Harmony Row

1. Can You Follow?

2. Escape To The Royal Wood (On Ice)

3. You Burned The Tables On Me

4. There's A Forest

5. Morning Glory

6. Folk Song

7. Smiles And Grins

8. Post War

9. A Letter Of Thanks

10. Victoria Sage

11. The Consul At Sunset

12. Green Hills ("Can You Follow")

13. You Burned The Tables On Me (Alt. Mix)

14. There's A Forest (Alt. Take)

15. Escape To The Royal Wood (On Ice) (Demo)

16. Can You Follow (Alt. Take)

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Track List: Things We Like (Remaster)

1. Over The Cliff

2. Statues

3. Sam Enchanted Dick Medley

4. Born To Be Blue

5. Hckhh Blues

6. Ballad For Arthur

7. Things We Like

8. Ageing Jack Bruce, Three, From Scotland, England

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Track List: Songs For A Tailor

1. Never Tell Your Mother She's Out Of Tune

2. Theme For An Imaginary Western

3. Tickets To Water Falls

4. Wierd Of Hermiston

5. Rope Ladder To The Moon

6. The Ministry Of Bag

7. He The Richmond

8. Boston Ball Game

9. To Isengard

10. The Clearout

11. The Ministry Of Bag (Demo)

12. Wierd Of Hermiston (Alt. Mix)

13. The Clearout (Alt .Mix)

14. The Ministry Of Bag (Alt. Mix)

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Track List: How's Tricks (Remastered With Bonus Tracks)

1. Without A Word

2. Johnny B '77

3. Times

4. Baby Jane

5. Lost Inside A Song

6. How's Tricks

7. Madhouse

8. Waiting For The Call

9. Outsiders

10. Something To Live For

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Leslie west. And his. Led Paul. Junior. Guitar. And Marshall. Amps
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Jack was and is so dear to me. His songs and voice carried me through hard times. In my 60s now, I love him even more , and his legacy of musical excellence. RIP, dear Jack. Thank you.
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One of a kind. I love his solo work, especially in the 60's and 70s'
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RIP. Jack
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csml11
Long Live Jack!
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Get the 2014 release Silver Rails. Jack Bruce is one of the 60s greats who got even better over time.
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One of the greats who stayed relevant, even though most people missed the boat with him. His sound was always unique and identifiable . Love his collaboratio n s . He will be missed and probably rediscovered by some future generation.
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Rest in Peace, Jack. You will be missed. Absolutely one of the best.
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RIP Mr. Bruce. You were one of the Greats.
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firemanfoley
Hhh
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firemanfoley
Jack Bruce one of the many great artist. As kids we listened to their music , and still are 45 + years later.
Jack Bruce may you rest in peace
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RIP Mr. Bruce. You were one of the Greats.
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Yeah!

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Things We Like, an album recorded in 1970 with John McLaughlin on guitar and Dick Heckstall-Sm i t h on sax, is BRILLIANT, demonstratin g Bruce's incredible sound, even as a jazz bassist.
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hagen.brenda
oh yea
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kvons1
Great artist, writer and musician, BUT don't quit your BASS job! Leslie West & Mountain's version---mu c h better.
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mrschaffins
he is great love his voice
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bmoore58
so wonderful
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Does anyone know the name of the full size german orchestra that recorded (i believe in berlin, circa 90's?) a jazz/fusion version of spoonful? i think this is the best version i've ever heard.
i don't know for sure if jack bruce played in that session (i think he did)!
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Sorry, Bruce does't cut the mustard for me as a solo artist. I'm glad he found work, but I'm a Cream fan through and through. Same goes for Clapton as a soloist. The Cream trio was like the Holy Trinity.
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Greatest bass & vocal combo on the planet!!
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Jack Bruce is GOD!
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jbr_bell
Some of his best stuff is when he plays cello on songs such as Rope Ladder to the moon on Songs for a tailor
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rglov
BTW I understand the proximate cause of Cream's breakup was the personal animosity between Mr. Bruce and Ginger Baker.
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"Powerful bass" is an understateme n t . With Cream he played a 6-string bass that played higher notes. He drove the music and was an active partner. His creativity and drive made him not merely a background rythym player like so many bassists.

Of course he has many fine vocal credits (entirely overlooked in the good Pandora article about him). Plays other instruments, wrote a real variety of solid songs. Not afraid to take chances with new directions.

BTW I understand the proximate cause
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thevanman552
Ignorance shows why so few of us are commenting on this amazing talent. I saw him in Germany in 75 with Mick Taylor and what a show. This guy has a great voice and a powerful bass. Cream was the best power trio of all time and Jack is the key; Clapton got the glory.
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He is the baddest

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