Jack Bruce Live At Manchester Free Trade Hall 1975

The Jack Bruce Band Live ’75 also known as Live At Manchester Free Trade Hall 1975 is a live album That also features Mick Taylor on lead guitar.

It was recorded on June 1, 1975.

Mick Taylor is one of my favourite guitarists and his time with the Jack Bruce band was spent while Bruce was experimenting with a kind of progressive jazz rock fusion style that’s a long way away from his time with Cream.

Jack Bruce Live At Manchester Free Trade Hall 1975

The Jack Bruce Band Live At Manchester Free Trade Hall 1975

CD 1

Can You Follow? – 1:43 (originally on the studio album Harmony Row)
Morning Story – 7:28 (Harmony Row)
Keep It Down – 5:31 (Out Of The Storm)
Pieces Of Mind – 5:43 (Out Of The Storm)
Tickets To Waterfalls/Weird Of Hermiston/Post War – 24:22 (Songs for a Tailor/Songs for a Tailor/Harmony Row)
Spirit – 10:45 (cover of the Tony Williams song)

CD 2

One/You Burned The Tables On Me – 16:42 (Out Of The Storm/Harmony Row)
Smiles And Grins – 23:58 (Harmony Row)
Sunshine Of Your Love – 12:08 (the Cream classic written by Jack Bruce)

Playing on the album are:

Jack Bruce – vocals, bass, piano
Mick Taylor – lead guitar
Carla Bley – keyboards
Ronnie Leahy – piano and other keyboards
Bruce Gary – drums

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The Jack Bruce Band Live At Manchester Free Trade Hall 1975

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