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Jack Bruce's fifth studio album, How's Tricks, is a masterpiece, and it ranks with "Songs for a Tailor" and "Harmony Row". The songwriting, musically and lyrically, is wonderful. There are very many strong points on the album, "Without a Word" "Something to Live For" "Waiting on the Call" and "Johnny B '77" and the rest are fun entertaining musical workouts.
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.
How's Tricks is a music studio album recording by JACK BRUCE (Jazz ive Rock) released in 1976 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Studio Album, released in 1976. Songs, Tracks Listing. ithout a Word (5:20) . ohnny B'77 (3:21) . imes (4:45) . aby Jane (2:36) . ost Inside a Song (4:02) . ow's Tricks (4:10) . adhouse (3:45) . aiting for the Call (5:48) . utsiders (2:55) 1. omething to Live For (5:13) 11. Without a Word (alternate) (5:50) 12. Something to Live For (alternate) (3:52).
2014 The 50th Birthday Concerts at Rockpalast. Jack Bruce & His Big Blues Band - Live 2012. The David Torn Collection.
Two numbers from the How's Tricks album follow, each dramatically different than what preceded them. That album's opener, "Without A Word," features intriguing lyrical poetry from Brown, beginning slow and dramatic. A strong fusion-esque solo follows Bruce's emotive and tortured vocal before suddenly taking off into a smoking jam that recalls Aja era Steely Dan. Guitarist Hughie Burns next fronts the band on his own "Baby Jane," a sort of glam-rock outing that sounds out of place amidst the other material. Released again in live form on his Jack Bruce Band Live album, his enthusiasm for this number is palpable and the entire band, although clean and concise in their playing, cook up a storm. This particular rendition is quite different to the studio recording, again showing the distinct influence of Steely Dan, who was at the peak of popularity during this time.
In this "In Concert" Jack Bruce and his band, Simon Phillips, Hughie Brons, and Tony Hymas play tracks from their album New Tricks recorded at the Paris Theatre, London on 14th April 1977. Born Under A Bad Sign - Paris Theatre 1977. Lost Inside A Song - Paris Theatre 1977. Something To Live For - Paris Theatre 1977. How's Trick - Paris Theatre 1977. Spirit - Paris Theatre 1977. Out Into The Fields - Paris Theatre 1977. You Burned The Tables On Me - Paris Theatre 1977. This is a strong album with great instrumental work, attractive compositions and the very special magnetic voice of Jack Bruce himself Enjoy!" Note No silence was deleted; please burn this album gapless. com/watch?v ue39ojgasNg.