Jack Bruce - More Jack Than God album flac
|1||So They Invented Race||6:17|
|2||Follow The Fire||4:22|
|4||We're Going Wrong||5:14|
|7||I Feel Free||3:44|
|8||Ricin (Daylight Gathering)||3:45|
|9||The Night That Once Was Mine||3:55|
|11||Cold Island (For Cozy Powell)||4:57|
|14||Lost In The City (Jam Mix)||7:18|
- Recorded At – Sorcerer Sound
- Recorded At – RPM Studios
- Recorded At – Parkgate Studios
- Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Piano, Organ, Synthesizer, Drum Machine, Vocals – Jack Bruce
- Congas – Richie Flores
- Drums – El Negro Horacio Hernandez*, Robby Ameen
- Guitar – Godfrey Townsend, Vernon Reid
- Organ [Hammond B3] – Bernie Worrell
- Producer – Jack Bruce, Kip Hanrahan
|SANCD211||Jack Bruce||More Jack Than God (CD, Album)||Sanctuary Records||SANCD211||UK||2003|
|06076-84633-2||Jack Bruce||More Jack Than God (CD, Album, Club)||Sanctuary Records||06076-84633-2||US||2003|
|SMRCD290||Jack Bruce||More Jack Than God (CD, Album)||Sanctuary Records||SMRCD290||UK||2003|
|06076-84633-2||Jack Bruce||More Jack Than God (CD, Album)||Sanctuary Records||06076-84633-2||US||2003|
|SANCD211||Jack Bruce||More Jack Than God (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Sanctuary Records||SANCD211||Russia||2003|
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More Jack than God is the thirteenth studio album by Scottish musician Jack Bruce, released in August 2003. It was the second of two Bruce albums to be co-produced by Kip Hanrahan. So They Invented Race" (Bruce, Hanrahan) – 6:17. Retrieved 3 December 2011.
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. They have empathy for one another and the mix is very warm and live sounding. And so it goes for the rest of the album of over 14 cuts with a vibe that is deep, earthy, sensual, and hard-hitting. Bruce's words are searing; check out the poetry in "Milonga To.
In a forthcoming Uncut interview, God ?aka Eric Clapton?hails his old friend Jack as a genius and claims the former Cream bass player and singer taught him everything he knows about songwriting. Bruce’s wittily-titled second album of new songs in three years goes some way towards reaffirming Clapton’s tribute. Inventive new songs such as So They Invented Race and Lost In The City sit alongside interesting remakes of Cream classics such as We’re Going Wrong, I Feel Free and Politician
A Question of Time is the ninth studio album by Scottish musician Jack Bruce. The album was released on October 3, 1989, by Epic Records, his first album for a major label in nearly a decade. Paul Barrere - slide guitar (4).
Produced by Kip Hanrahan & Jack Bruce.
More Jack Than God (2003).
Jack Bruce always associated with blues-rock music, I think the reason is his short but successful work in Cream. All later career goes in the shadow of that name, and it is a big mistake. Starting from very first solo albums in late sixties, Bruce showed much more, than blues-rock in his music. In his "Song For A Tailor" he demonstrates full range of different musical styles, and jazz-rock and fusion are between them. His unregular album releases and changes in style slowly bring him in the shade. According to it's common atmosphere, the album is somewhere near to David Gilmour's "On The Island". But from them both I prefer " More Jack Than God". We were walking tall Made the world look smaller than it was The hole was bigger than the half We gave the dogs They just got the crumbs Now become much humbler than they thought The loss was smaller than the gain And they got caught Taking stock, future shock Bull the bears, fight the fair Take the cake and then run, hear