Jack Bruce - Harmony Row FLAC album
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Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). I find Jack Bruce to be one of the most underrated musicians of his generation. This album shows us why. After the initial efforts with Songs For A Taylor and Things We Like, Jack produced Harmony Row, what I consider his finest work. There were very few flashes of the brilliance in composition and songwriting from what came after. He basically took what he started with on his solo debut, keeping some of the collaborators like lyricist Peter Brown and guitarist Chris Spedding, and took it further afield.
Bass, Guitar, Piano, Cello, Keyboards, Vocals, Written-By, Producer – Jack Bruce. Drums, Percussion – John Marshall. Engineer – Andrew Johns (tracks: 13), Barry Ainsworth (tracks: 1 to 12, 14 to 16). Guitar – Chris Spedding. Lyrics By – Pete Brown (5). Mixed By – Mark Powell (tracks: 12 to 16), Paschal Byrne (tracks: 12 to 16).
Harmony Row is the third studio album by Scottish musician Jack Bruce, originally released in July 1971. The album takes its title from a tenement street in Glasgow, near where Bruce grew up. The street, since demolished, was famous as the largest unbroken houserow in Europe, stretching for over a mile. The album's cover photo was taken near the Harmony Row tenement.
Filed under Jazz Related Rock By JACK BRUCE. Reducing the backing band from his debut to guitarist Chris Spedding and drummer John Marshall, Jack Bruce continued to play a wide range of instruments for his second solo album 'Harmony Ro. If not as commercially successful as his debut, it remains a more satisfying album on some levels. Tonally 'Harmony Row' occupies similar territory for 'Songs for a Tailor,' with Bruce's piano featuring heavily, usually more prominent than his trademark 'busy' bass
Harmony Row is the legitimate follow-up to Jack Bruce'excellent songs for a tailor, although 1971 also saw the almost-simultaneous release of 1968 jazz tapes entitled Things We Like by this artist. An elaborate gatefold package has a shadow photo of the artist from the back, overlooking a golden sun on the waters. The self-produced disc begins with the pop excursion "Can You Follow," which blends into "Escape To The Royal Wood (On Ice). Harmony Row is the album that combines many flavors of Bruce's experimentations, making it courageous, adventurous, and hardly the product for a mass audience. Folk Song" is barely a folk song; it is a progressive pop tune with that elegant, Procul Harum-like, sweeping, mystical statement. There's a pretty piano against church-like organ and vocals, with amazing guitar embellishments by Chris Spedding.
Truce is a 1982 studio album by Jack Bruce and Robin Trower. It reached number 109 on the Billboard 200. "Gonna Shut You Down" (Trower, Keith Reid) - 3:03. Gone Too Far" (Trower, Keith Reid) - 3:48. Thin Ice" (Pete Brown, Bruce) - 3:40. Take Good Care of Yourself" (Trower, Keith Reid) - 4:44. Fall in Love" (Trower, Keith Reid) - 2:39. Fat Gut" (Pete Brown, Bruce) - 3:21. Shadows Touching" (Pete Brown, Bruce) - 4:28.
Tracks: - 01. "Can You Follow?" – 1:32 02. "Escape to the Royal Wood (On Ice)" – 3:44 03. "You Burned the Tables on Me" – 3:49 04. "There's a Forest" – 1:44 05.
The album takes its title from a tenement street in Glasgow, near where Bruce grew up. The street, since demolished, was famous as the largest unbroken houserow in Europe, stretching for over a mile Although since cited by Bruce as his favourite solo album, Harmony Row did not chart upon its release (it did continue to sell over a long period of time consistently)
|1||Can You Follow||1:32|
|2||Escape To The Royal Wood (On Ice)||3:44|
|3||You Burned The Tables On Me||3:49|
|4||There's A Forest||1:44|
|7||Smiles And Grins||6:05|
|9||A Letter Of Thanks||2:54|
|11||The Consul At Sunset||4:14|
|Bonus Tracks - All Previously Unreleased|
|12||Green Hills ("Can You Follow") - Instrumental||2:16|
|13||Escape To The Royal Wood (On Ice) - Instrumental Demo||4:01|
|14||There's A Forest - First Take||2:11|
|15||You Burned The Tables On Me - Electric Piano Version||4:10|
|16||Can You Follow - First Take||1:46|
- Record Company – Universal
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Polydor Ltd. (UK)
- Copyright (c) – Polydor Ltd. (UK)
- Recorded At – Command Studios
- Recorded At – Morgan Studios
- Remastered At – The Audio Archiving Company
- Designed At – Waldo's Design & Dream Emporium
- Made By – Disctronics, UK
- Published By – Bruce Music
- Bass, Guitar, Piano, Cello, Keyboards, Vocals, Written-By, Producer – Jack Bruce
- Design [CD Package] – Phil Smee
- Drums, Percussion – John Marshall
- Engineer – Andrew Johns* (tracks: 13), Barry Ainsworth (tracks: 1 to 12, 14 to 16)
- Guitar – Chris Spedding
- Lyrics By – Pete Brown
- Mixed By – Mark Powell (tracks: 12 to 16), Paschal Byrne (tracks: 12 to 16)
- Photography [Cover], Design [Original Album] – Roger Brown
- Reissue Producer, Liner Notes, Research, Compiled By [Reissue] – Mark Powell
- Remastered By – Paschal Byrne
NotesTracks 1 to 12 & 14 to 16 recorded at Command Studios, London, January 1970.
Track 13 recorded at Morgan Studios, Willesden, London, October 6, 1969.
Originally released in 1971.
5 bonus tracks previously unreleased.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 044006560526
- Matrix / Runout: DISCTRONICS 0656052 01 MADE IN THE UK BY DISCTRONICS
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 0413
- Label Code: LC 00309
- Rights Society: BIEM MCPS
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|2383 065||Jack Bruce||Harmony Row (LP, Album)||Polydor||2383 065||France||1971|
|2310 107||Jack Bruce||Harmony Row (LP, Album)||Polydor||2310 107||New Zealand||Unknown|
|2310 107||Jack Bruce||Harmony Row (LP, Album, Gat)||Polydor||2310 107||Australia||1971|
|MP 2210||Jack Bruce||Harmony Row (LP, Album, Gat)||Polydor||MP 2210||Japan||1971|