Bruce, Jack: Alive in America

Bruce, Jack SKU: 43692453
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Bruce, Jack: Alive in America

Bruce, Jack SKU: 43692453

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Alive in America
Artist: Bruce, Jack
Label: Renaissance
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 630428075818
Genre: Rock

He gained popularity as the primary lead vocalist and ?bassist ?of rock band Cream. After the group disbanded in 1968, he pursued a solo career and also played with several bands. In the early 1960s Bruce joined the Graham Bond Organisation (GBO), where he met future Cream bandmate Ginger Baker. After leaving the band, he briefly joined with John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, where he met Eric Clapton. In 1966, he formed Cream with lead guitarist Clapton and drummer Baker. He co-wrote many of their songs (including "Sunshine of Your Love", "White Room" and "I Feel Free") with poet/lyricist Pete Brown. After the group disbanded in the late 1960s, he began recording solo albums. Bruce put together a band of his own to perform material live and subsequently formed the blues rock band West, Bruce and Laing in 1972. First time full concert on two clear vinyl LPs. Live from 1980. Jack performs his Cream classics and solo favorites with David Sancious, Clem Clempson and Billy Cobham.

1.1 1. White Room
1.2 2. Hit and Run
1.3 3. Clem's Blues
1.4 4. Born Under a Bad Sign
1.5 5. Livin' Without Ja
1.6 6. Dancing on Air
1.7 7. Post War
1.8 8. Theme from An Imaginary Western
1.9 9. Face Lift 318
1.10 10. Morning Story
1.11 11. Tightrope
1.12 12. Traintime
1.13 13. Politician
1.14 14. Sunshine of Your Love
1.15 15. Bird Alone
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