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Theme For An Imaginary Western - Jack Bruce - At His Best (Vinyl, LP)


Download Theme For An Imaginary Western - Jack Bruce - At His Best (Vinyl, LP)
1972
Label: Polydor - PD 3505 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation, Promo, White Label • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Classic Rock


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  1. Moogubar Permalink
    Drums – Jon Hiseman Soprano Saxophone – Art Themen Tenor Saxophone – Dick Heckstall-Smith Trumpet – Harry Becket*, Henry Lowther Vocals, Piano, Bass – Jack Bruce: A2: Morning Story: A3: Theme For An Imaginary Western Drums – Jon Hiseman Guitar – Chris Spedding Vocals, Piano, Organ, Bass – Jack Bruce: A4: Post /5(36).
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  2. Faura Permalink
    On all four labels, the title erroneously reads "Jack Bruce / Jack Bruce Best", while it should be "Jack Bruce / At His Best", as that's the title of the album. Tracks A2, A4, B1, B2, B4, C1, D2, D4, D5: Recorded at Command Studios London January Track C3: Recorded at /5(15).
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  3. JoJom Permalink
    rows · Jack Bruce (born John Symon Asher Bruce on in Bishopbriggs, Lanarkshire, .
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  4. Jurn Permalink
    Vinyl, Double LP, January 1, "Please retry" $ $ $ Vinyl Jack Bruce At His Best Label: Polydor Records Format: 33 rpm 12" LP stereo Theme For An Imaginary Western Post War Tickets To Waterfalls Folk Song You Burned The Tables On Me /5(6).
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  5. Guzragore Permalink
    Cowritten with Pete Brown, who held down similar duties on most of the Jack-sung Cream classics, the song is literally what the title promises, but because of its mood, arrangement, and some of its lyrics, “Theme From an Imaginary Western” feels of a piece with Cream’s more mythical sides (“Tales Of Brave Ulysses,” “Those Were The Days”).
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  6. Nikotaur Permalink
    "Theme for an Imaginary Western" is a song written by Jack Bruce and Pete Brown. The song is sometimes referred to as "Theme from an Imaginary Western".It has been performed by many artists, including Mountain, Jack Bruce, Leslie West, Colosseum, Greenslade, DC3 and Johan Asherton.. The song originally appeared on Bruce's Songs for a Tailor album in
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  7. Mikak Permalink
    Songfacts®: Written by Jack Bruce (he of Cream fame) and lyricist Pete Brown, "Theme From An Imaginary Western" was included on Bruce's solo album Songs For A Tailor, released shortly after Cream's demise. Felix Pappalardi, who was Bruce's producer, recorded the song with his band Mountain for their album Climbing!.
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  8. Gardalkree Permalink
    "Theme for an Imaginary Western," which Allmusic describes as "Bruce's greatest hit that never charted," is perhaps the album's best-known song.
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  9. Arashiktilar Permalink
    At His Best is mostly assembled from tracks off of 's Songs for a Tailor and the then virtually new Harmony Row, filled out with one track from Things We Like. The sound was very good, the annotation almost nonexistent, and the album and its promotion probably gave Bruce more exposure and a higher profile in America than he would otherwise.
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