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Born To Be Blue - Jack Bruce - Things We Like (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Jack Bruce. John McLaughlin. Hidden categories: Use British English from January Use dmy dates from January Articles with short description Short description is different from Wikidata Articles with hAudio microformats Album articles lacking alt text for covers. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Dick Heckstall-Smith — tenor and soprano saxophones.

Art Themen — tenor and soprano saxophones. John Mumford - trombone 8. Felix Pappalardi - vocals 5,9 , guitar 9 , percussion 7.

Theme For An Imaginary Western. Tickets To Waterfalls. Weird of Hermiston. Rope Ladder To The Moon. The Ministry of Bag. He The Richmond. Boston Ball Game, To Isengard. The Clearout. Jack Bruce - double bass. Dick Heckstall-Smith - saxophones. Jon Hiseman - drums. John McLaughlin - guitar Over The Cliff. Sam Enchanted Dick Medley :. Born To Be Blue. Ballad For Arthur. Things We Like. Jack Bruce - bass, organ, piano, electric piano, acoustic guitar, vocals.

John Marshall - drums, percussion. Can You Follow? There's A Forest. Morning Story. Folk Song. Smiles and Grins. Post War. A Letter of Thanks. Victoria Sage. The Consul At Sunset. Green Hills Can You Follow? The first in the many of 'best of' releases that have been released over Jack's. Broadcast on Aug. Jack Bruce - bass, piano, vocals. Graham Bond - keyboards, alto saxophone, vocals 7. Art Themen - tenor saxophone.

We're Going Wrong. Powerhouse Sod. Jack Bruce - bass, organ, piano, electric piano, clavinet, harmonium, harmonica, vocals. Steve Hunter - lead, rhythm and acoustic guitars. Jim Keltner - drums 2,3,4,5,6,10,11, Jim Gordon - drums 1,7,8,9, Peaces of Mind. Golden Days. Running Through Our Hands. Keep On Wondering. Keep It Down. Into The Storm. Jack Bruce Band. Mick Taylor - guitar. Carla Bley - organ, synthesizer, clavinet, mellotron, electric piano.

Ronnie Leahy - piano, electric piano, synthesizer. Bruce Gary - drums. Guildford , England on May 11, Jack Bruce - bass, piano, lead vocals. Clem Clempson - guitars, vocals.

Billy Cobham - drums. David Sancious - keyboards, guitar. White Room. Hit and Run. Slow Blues. Livin' Without Ja. Dancing On Air. In This Way. Disc One :. Disc Two :. Sunshine of Your Love. Jack Bruce - bass, harmonica, lead vocals. Hughie Burns - guitar, vocals, lead vocal on 4.

Tony Hymas - keyboards, vibraphone, vocals. Simon Phillips - drums, glockenspiel, vocals. Mick Taylor - guitar Carla Bley - organ, synthesizer, clavinet, mellotron, electric piano Ronnie Leahy - piano, electric piano, synthesizer Bruce Gary - drums Without A Word. Johnny B' Baby Jane. Lost Inside A Song. How's Tricks. Waiting For The Call. Something To Live For. London , England August - October Jack Bruce - bass, piano, cello, lead vocals.

Hughie Burns - guitar, vocals. Tony Hymas - keyboards, vocals. Simon Phillips - drums, percussion, vocals. Dick Heckstall-Smith - saxophones 1,3. The Boy. Head In The Sun. Neighbour, Neighbour. Jet Set Jewel.

Maybe It's Dawn. Mickey The Fiddler. She's Moving On. Billy Cobham - drums, vocals. David Sancious - keyboards, guitar 7,9. Running Back. Facelift Enthusiasts expecting to hear a continuation of the type of material that Jack Bruce bass had been responsible for during his tenure s with Cream or the Graham Bond Organisation might be in for quite a shock when spinning Things We Like for the first time.

Instead of an album's worth of blues-based rockers, the seven instrumentals feature Bruce with other former Graham Bond stablemates John McLaughlin guitar , Jon Hiseman drums , and Dick Heckstall-Smith sax performing post-bop and free jazz. A majority of the compositions were penned by Bruce in his preteen days of formal scholarship at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music, where he also mastered the cello and composed a string quartet at the age of After having gained significant clout from Cream , Bruce assembled what was initially a trio.

However, after a chance meeting with McLaughlin -- who was so broke he had to refuse an offer to fly stateside to join the newly formed Tony Williams Lifetime -- Bruce incorporated the guitarist into the fold in order to help him finance his journey, which was ultimately successful. The entire effort was recorded and mixed in less than a week during August of -- less than three months prior to the infamous Farewell Concert of Cream at the Royal Albert Hall on November 26, As a testament to Bruce 's expansive musical tastes, capabilities, and horizons, this disc sounds more like a collection of Rahsaan Roland Kirk sides than anything even remotely connected with Cream.

Things We Like Bonus track on remaster: 8. First and foremost, be warned. This is a jazz album. There is no prog, or even rock, whatsoever on this album. Jack Bruce does not play a single note on his electric bass on this album. If you do not like pure be-bop, read no further. What an unexperted twist from Jack Bruce on his second solo endeavor. A completely straight jazz album.

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Jan 11,  · From the album "Things we like" the opening track Over the Cliff with; Dick Heckstall-Smith - Saxophones John Hiseman - Drums Jack Bruce - Bass.

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  1. Jack Bruce With John McLaughlin, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Jon Hiseman: Jack Bruce With John McLaughlin, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Jon Hiseman - Things We Like ‎ (LP, Album) Polydor, Polydor: , UK: Sell This Version/5(14).
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  4. Enthusiasts expecting to hear a continuation of the type of material that Jack Bruce (bass) had been responsible for during his tenure(s) with Cream or the Graham Bond Organisation might be in for quite a shock when spinning Things We Like () for the first time. Instead of an album's worth of blues-based rockers, the seven instrumentals feature Bruce with other former Graham Bond 8/
  5. Jack Bruce With John McLaughlin, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Jon Hiseman: Jack Bruce With John McLaughlin, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Jon Hiseman - Things We Like ‎ (LP, Album, RI) Atco Records: SD US: Sell This Version/5(13).
  6. Jack Bruce With John McLaughlin, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Jon Hiseman ‎– Things We Like. Label: Atco Records ‎– SD Guitar – John McLaughlin. I obtained this autograph IN PERSON. Mr Bruce signed with a beautiful thick silver paint flakowalabemununalarmelniggbal.co date: Aug 06,
  7. Things We Like is an instrumental jazz album by Scottish musician Jack Bruce.. The album was Bruce's second solo album to be released (in late in the U.K.; early in the U.S.) but first to be recorded, in August , while he was still a member of the rock power trio Cream.. Things We Like is Bruce's only instrumental album, mostly containing tunes that Bruce claims to have composed.
  8. I knew the name Jack Bruce mainly from his Cream period, and then only for the band's hits. I was not aware of him having made a jazz record. My curiosity was aroused when I read the book Why Jazz? by critic Kevin Whitehead, in which he described the album Things We Like as "a rare convincing jazz album by a rock star"/5(57).
  9. Things We Like? Things I like, too. First and foremost, be warned. This is a jazz album. There is no prog, or even rock, whatsoever on this album. Jack Bruce does not play a single note on his electric bass on this album. If you do not like pure be-bop, read no further. What an unexperted twist from Jack Bruce on his second solo endeavor.3/5(4).

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