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JACK BRUCE

The artist George Harrison said made “Shakespeare look like Billy Joel”

There’s something about a rock supergroup that just makes them a thing to admire. Comprised of musicians of legendary status from other incredibly successful bands, a supergroup’s members come together to make their individual fans’ dreams come true. Three rock supergroups immediately spring to mind.

faroutmagazine.co.uk ,  1 month ago 5
The artist George Harrison said made “Shakespeare look like Billy Joel”

Remembering Cream's remarkable first-ever live performance

Cream may have only been together for just over two years, but what Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce managed to achieve in that short time will live on forever in the annals of music history. The initial hype from the moment of their incarnation was unprecedented as the trio was immediately dubbed as the first ‘supergroup’.

faroutmagazine.co.uk ,  1 month ago 8
Remembering Cream's remarkable first-ever live performance

How Cream and Jimi Hendrix helped to form Pink Floyd

When discussing psychedelic rock bands, Cream, Jimi Hendrix and Pink Floyd are the three most eminent names that crop up. Whilst Floyd started out as a psychedelic band in the Syd Barrett era before heading down a more progressive route, Cream and Jimi Hendrix’s position as pioneers of the form cannot be doubted.

faroutmagazine.co.uk ,  2 months ago 2
How Cream and Jimi Hendrix helped to form Pink Floyd

Jack Bruce: my stories of Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, George Harrison and more

Back in 2008, late Cream bassist Jack Bruce recalled his encounters, and floated the theory that Pink Floyd were the ideal band for those who don't like music The late Jack Bruce was regularly hailed as an avatar of modern music. A highly respected figure on the British jazz and R&B circuit in the early 1960s, he was best-known for his revolutionary bass playing with the original supergroup, and arguably the greatest power trio of them all, Cream.

loudersound.com ,  2 months ago 0
Jack Bruce: my stories of Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, George Harrison and more

UK Land Estates begins speculative scheme at Tyne Tunnel Trading Estate

The property firm says its L6 development will provide space for a range of occupiers and could create up to 125 jobs Work has started on a £4.5m speculative development at UK Land Estates' Tyne Tunnel Trading Estate in North Tyneside. The scheme - supported by a £731,818 grant from the North East Local Enterprise Partnership via the Getting Building Fund - will deliver 4,485 sqm of industrial space for a range of occupiers.

business-live.co.uk ,  5 months ago 3
UK Land Estates begins speculative scheme at Tyne Tunnel Trading Estate