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Definitions

  1. Jack Bruce (born May 14, 1943) is a musician;a multi-instumentalist, composer, singer and, most importantly, a very influential electric bassist.
  2. Jack Bruce was a classically trained cellist who took up jazz bass in his teens.

Written

  1. And the riff to "Sunshine of Your Love," written by bassist Jack Bruce, is Delta blues in jab and drive. (Web site)

Accounts

  1. By all accounts, the first time Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce, and drummer Ginger Baker rehearsed together, sparks flew.
  2. Another musician comes over to ask him, "What's wrong?" In some accounts it's Jack Bruce, in other accounts it's Peter Townsend.

Good Times

  1. I'm rooting for you and hope that as Jack Bruce said at Covent Garden "these are the good times" - not those days gone.

Upright Bass

  1. 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. (Web site)

Great Player

  1. Bernard Edwards is a great player, as is Jack Bruce.

Founder Member

  1. 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. (Web site)

Singer

  1. Lead singer and bass guitarist: Jack Bruce. (Web site)

Line-Up

  1. In the late 70's he formed Rocket 88 whose star studded line-up included the late Alexis Korner, Jack Bruce & Charlie Watts. (Web site)
  2. Legendary bass guitarist Jack Bruce leads the line-up in the latest Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama season.

John

  1. 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. (Web site)

Bruce

  1. A biography of Bruce, entitled Jack — The Biography of Jack Bruce was written by Steven Myatt and published in 2005.

Electric Bass

  1. Scott also plays guitar, electric bass, and tuba as well as singing in the styles of Nat King Cole, Mel Torme and Jack Bruce.

John Paul Jones

  1. Marc Duby: My earliest influences were the great rock bass players of the sixties like Jack Bruce, John Paul Jones and many others.

Bass

  1. 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). (Web site)

Jimi Hendrix

  1. Here, he would watch acts such as Jack Bruce and Jimi Hendrix who would later influence his music.

Jeff Beck

  1. Mitchell also performed in some concerts with Terry Reid, Jack Bruce, and Jeff Beck (substituting for drummer Cozy Powell, then sick).

Clapton

  1. Clapton and Jack Bruce left the group that year to form Cream. (Web site)

Cream

  1. Klaus Voorman, the silent Beatle, joined the group, with Jack Bruce running for blues cover and forming The Cream with Eric Clapton.
  2. Clapton parted company with the Bluesbreakers in mid-1966 to form his own band, Cream, with bassist Jack Bruce and drummer Ginger Baker.
  3. The most famous exponents remain bassist Jack Bruce of Cream and Robert Smith (musician) of The Cure.

Ginger Baker

  1. In 1994, Gary worked alongside Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce in the band BBM, cutting one accomplished album, before resuming his solo career. (Web site)

Jack Bruce

  1. In the spring of 1966, Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker began rehearsals for the band that they would later dub as the Cream. (Web site)
  2. Case in point, three seasoned British blues musicians (Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker) formed Cream, the first "power-trio".
  3. In the mean time Clapton announced the formation of Cream with Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker.

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  1. Senses > Hearing > Sound > Ginger Baker
  2. Musical Instruments > Guitars > Guitarists > Eric Clapton
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