Bruce, Jack - How's Tricks

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Sealed 1977 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Small Cut Corner. “A Wonderfully Tortured Jack Bruce Vocal On The Song "Without A Word" Opens Up How's Tricks, The Second LP For RSO Records By The Journeyman Bassist/Vocalist. Produced By Bill Halverson, Who Engineered Cream As Well As Solo Eric Clapton Recordings, The Material Further Fuses The All Out Jazz Of Things We Like With The Pop Found On "Songs For A Taylor." "Johnny B'77" Has The Quartet Driving The Melody Onto The Fringes Of Rock, While "Time" Bares Elements Bruce Brought To Disraeli Gears, Defining His Third Of The Cream Saga. Hughie Burns Takes The Lead Vocal On "Baby Jane," His Own Composition, And It Sounds Out Of Place, Disrupting The Flow Which Returns On The Exquisite "Lost Inside A Song," Where Jack Bruce Picks Up Where He Left Off. The Steely Dan Comparisons Are Harder To Make Here, Songs Like "Madhouse" More Hardcore Jazz-Rock Than Fagen And Becker Would Care To Indulge In. "Waiting For The Call" Is Perhaps The Album's Blusiest Track, With Magnificent Harmonica-Playing By The Vocalist/Rock Legend. "Outsiders" Sounds Like Roxy Music Gone Jazz, While The Final Track, Written By Keyboardist Tony Hymas And Lyricist Peter Brown, Is A Nice Melodic Vehicle For Jack Bruce's Voice To Conclude The Album With. Simon Phillips Provides Solid Drumming Throughout, And The Well-Crafted Lyrics Are Included On The Inner Sleeve. A Strange But Highly Musical And Important Outing In The Jack Bruce Catalog.” Jack Viglione, All Music.

Artist: Bruce, Jack Title: How's Tricks Genre: Pop Type: New - LP Label: RSO Catalog ID: RS-1-3021 Country: USA Our ID: 26053
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