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- Jack Bruce (born May 14, 1943) is a musician;a multi-instumentalist, composer, singer and, most importantly, a very influential electric bassist.
- Jack Bruce was a classically trained cellist who took up jazz bass in his teens.
- And the riff to "Sunshine of Your Love," written by bassist Jack Bruce, is Delta blues in jab and drive.
- By all accounts, the first time Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce, and drummer Ginger Baker rehearsed together, sparks flew.
- Another musician comes over to ask him, "What's wrong?" In some accounts it's Jack Bruce, in other accounts it's Peter Townsend.
- I'm rooting for you and hope that as Jack Bruce said at Covent Garden "these are the good times" - not those days gone.
- Sadly, it was this home-made set that Jack Bruce would demolish with his upright bass in an on-stage brawl with Baker during the Graham Bond days.
- Bernard Edwards is a great player, as is Jack Bruce.
- In 1969 he was a founder member of the early jazz-rock group Nucleus, leaving it in 1971 to tour and record with Jack Bruce.
- Lead singer and bass guitarist: Jack Bruce.
- In the late 70's he formed Rocket 88 whose star studded line-up included the late Alexis Korner, Jack Bruce & Charlie Watts.
- Legendary bass guitarist Jack Bruce leads the line-up in the latest Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama season.
- Lesh, along with Jack Bruce, John Entwistle, and Jack Casady, was an innovator in the new role that the electric bass developed during the mid- 1960s.
- A biography of Bruce, entitled Jack — The Biography of Jack Bruce was written by Steven Myatt and published in 2005.
- Scott also plays guitar, electric bass, and tuba as well as singing in the styles of Nat King Cole, Mel Torme and Jack Bruce.
- Marc Duby: My earliest influences were the great rock bass players of the sixties like Jack Bruce, John Paul Jones and many others.
- The CDs feature Motown tunes with the bass lines played by over two dozen "all-star" bassists (e.g Marcus Miller, Jack Bruce, John Entwistle).
- Here, he would watch acts such as Jack Bruce and Jimi Hendrix who would later influence his music.
- Mitchell also performed in some concerts with Terry Reid, Jack Bruce, and Jeff Beck (substituting for drummer Cozy Powell, then sick).
- Clapton and Jack Bruce left the group that year to form Cream.
- Klaus Voorman, the silent Beatle, joined the group, with Jack Bruce running for blues cover and forming The Cream with Eric Clapton.
- Clapton parted company with the Bluesbreakers in mid-1966 to form his own band, Cream, with bassist Jack Bruce and drummer Ginger Baker.
- The most famous exponents remain bassist Jack Bruce of Cream and Robert Smith (musician) of The Cure.
- In 1994, Gary worked alongside Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce in the band BBM, cutting one accomplished album, before resuming his solo career.
- In the spring of 1966, Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker began rehearsals for the band that they would later dub as the Cream.
- Case in point, three seasoned British blues musicians (Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker) formed Cream, the first "power-trio".
- In the mean time Clapton announced the formation of Cream with Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker.
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