One of the greats of British rock music has left these shores. Renowned for his writing, bass playing and vocals with 60's mega-group, Cream, Jack came out of the British jazz and blues scene before finding worldwide fame alongside Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker. His writing partnership with Pete Brown resulted in many of Cream's finest moments and they continued to work together on Jack's solo projects. Here's a fine tune of their's from my favourite Jack Bruce LP, Songs For A Tailor (1969). RIP, sir.
To Isengard (1969)
17e Regiment - Death and Glory, ca. 1928
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