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Editorial Reviews

"On ... his forceful, album-length alliance with guitarist Robin Trower, Bruce's signature bass lines chug beneath the blues-powered lead guitar. The duo sounds as if ready to break out, rather than the legendary veterans of more than four decades in the business. Long-time jazz and rock session drummer Gary Husband completes the trio for these live-in-studio sessions, which showcase the genius of Bruce and Trower equally and collaboratively." -- Amazon Editorial Review "A commanding, evocative soloist with a substantial stylistic debt to Jimi Hendrix, Trower ... made several powerful blues-infected rock albums." -- Entertainment Weekly

* Hailed as one of the most powerful vocalists and greatest bassists of his time, Jack Bruce's improvisational skill and unique, free-spirited approach to composition and performance forever changed electric music. His pioneering, full-toned, freewheeling playing on the electric bass revolutionized the way the instrument is used and influenced the playing of countless bassists today, including Sting and Jaco Pastorius.
* Bruce's work with bands such as Cream and the Tony Williams Lifetime, as well as his solo material, unlocked the doors to the pent-up energy of a new approach to the art of sound, breaking the barriers of tradition and creating a kind of music that had never been heard.
* Robin Trower, whose career has spanned more than four decades, is one of the finest guitarists in rock history. Throughout his long and winding solo career, he has been called the "White" Hendrix due to his uncanny ability to channel Hendrix's bluesy/psychedelic, Fender Strat-fueled playing style.
* Trower spent the early '60s playing guitar in various London-based outfits, and received his big break 1967 when he joined Procol Harum. After leaving the band five years later, Trower embarked on his solo career and found the success that has made him a legend today, armed with a fluid and powerful guitar style.
* Drummer Gary Husband has a rich pedigree, working with Level 42, Gary Moore, and John Mclaughlin.
* Service to national press and radio, as well as late night talk shows.
* Ads with Blues Revue and various guitar-focused magazines.
* Tour dates on page 39.

Jack Bruce: bass, vocals
Robin Trower: guitar, vocals
Gary Husband: drums
* Seven Moons
* Lives of Clay
* Distant Places of the Heart
* Sunshine Of Your Love
* Carmen
* So Far To Yesterday
* Perfect Place
* Bad Case of Celebrity
* The Last Door
* Come To Me
* White Room
* Politician

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