9 thoughts on “ The Jack Bruce Band - Hows Tricks (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. 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/5(15).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of How's Tricks on Discogs. Label: RSO - RS • Format: Vinyl LP, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Rock • Style: Art Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Jazz-Rock, Prog Rock.
  3. 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/5(14).
  4. Oct 26,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Jack Bruce Band - How's Tricks at Discogs. Complete your The Jack Bruce Band collection/5().
  5. Jan 01,  · 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/5(12).
  6. Comes in a CD-sized papersleeve album replica (Mini-LP), with obi-strip, printed inner-sleeve and two inserts of notes etc. Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: /5(2).
  7. Mar 07,  · Jack Bruce’s fifth studio album, How’s Tricks, is a masterpiece, and it ranks with “Songs for a Tailor” and “Harmony Row”. “This is a strong album with great instrumental work, attractive compositions and the very special magnetic voice of Jack Bruce himself. The clear recording (36 years old) has a big, open and warm soundstage.
  8. AllMusic Review by Joe Viglione [+] 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 .
  9. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of How's Tricks on Discogs. Label: Polydor - • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Rock • Style: Art Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Jazz-Rock, Prog Rock/5(7).

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