Jack Bruce, one of the greats in the annals of Rock and Roll, gave a lot of music via the many bands that he played with. In addition, Jack Bruce recorded solo albums as well. His best known stop was Cream, the Clapton/Bruce/Baker supergroup that left behind enough classics to keep us happy. A very special highlights collection of Jack Bruce’s work is now available with the release of Sunshine of Your Love: A Life in Music. Released via Universal the career spanning 35-track 2CD anthology feature the greatest works from the legendary musician, composer and bass virtuoso.
More Jack Than God is easily the finest studio recording the fabled bassist and singer/songwriter Jack Bruce has made since the 1970s. His outings with Kip Hanrahan and the Golden Palominos have afforded him the luxury of working with many of his collaborators this time out: Robert Ameen, Bernie Worrell, Horacio "El Negro" Hernández, Richie Flores, and most notably new guitarist Vernon Reid. Bruce's son Malcolm is also in the mix. Bruce's songwriting here is top notch. His elongated, ethereal, and funky groove as displayed on the album's opener "So They Invented Race" showcases all of his talents.
SHADOWS IN THE AIR is the twelfth studio album by Scottish musician Jack Bruce, released in March 2001. Bassist/composer/vocalist Jack Bruce has undoubtedly led a storied musical career. During his days with the power trio “Cream”, the bassist along with guitarist Eric Clapton and drummer Ginger Baker offered novel perspectives on how to incorporate virtuosity into rock-based elements while also melding jazz-style improvisation with blues-drenched motifs deemed suitable for radio airplay.