Live At Rockpalast 1980, 1983 & 1990 (5Cd/2Dvd)
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Audio CD, Import, 26 April 2019
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- Product Dimensions : 13.69 x 13.31 x 2.11 cm; 216.02 Grams
- Manufacturer : MADE IN GERMANY MUSI
- Manufacturer reference : CDMIG90862
- Label : MADE IN GERMANY MUSI
- ASIN : B07MCXWP2J
- Number of discs : 7
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Jack Bruce (Cream) was guest at Rockpalast in 1980 at the first time - on the occasion of the 7th Rockpalast Night, broadcasted to millions of people all across Europe Live via Eurovision. The Lineup was Jack Bruce & Friends: nobody less than Billy Cobham (Miles Davis, Stanley Clarke) on drums, Clem Clempson (Humble Pie, Colosseum) on guitar and David Sancious (Bruce Springsteen, Santana, Eric Clapton, Sting) on keyboard and guitar. It's fascinating to watch and listen to four equitable and brilliant musicians in their blind comprehension on stage. As Jack Bruce And Band he presented a further concert in 1983 at Zeche/Bochum. Again with David Sancious and this time Bruce Gray on drums. To complete this boxset there is another extraordinary Jack Bruce solo concert from 1990 at Live Music Hall in Cologne. The Rockpalast Legacy of an unique and legendary artist!
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Cd 1 & 2 are the 1980 set with Billy Cobham, Dave Sancious & Clem Clempson supporting the "Ive always wanted to do this" album. Although a top class band, great songs and performance this is perhaps the most disposable of the sets as to me it is surpassed by the recently released Live at the Bottom Line set by the same band, whose audio and performances on that set are the best available by the line up.
CD3 is a solo piano set from 1990, and is truly magnificent. A superb career spanning collection of 13 Bruce/Brown classics, given new life in the stripped down format. What a songwriting partnership they were, up there with the very best of all time. This set makes a lovely companion to 1995s studio piano set " Monkjack"
CD4 & 5 features Bruce Gary on drums and David Sancious supporting the German only release of his 1983 album "Automatic." Virtually forgotten in his homeland ( commercially anyway) by this time, the new Bruce/Brown songs are among their best, and this is the only professional recording of that tour. The gig is in two parts; the first, mostly keyboard based, highlighting the Automatic album. The second , mostly with Sancious on storming guitar, running through solo & Cream classics. And the sound is excellent, anotch above the 1980 set.
Even at the nadir of his commercial success Jack was still a true force of nature, producing music of the highest order and this set will delight any officianardo. Only 4 stars as the DVD part has been issued before, and the 1980 set is bettered elsewhere, but for anyone else this magnificent set would be a career highlight. For Jack it was just another golden moment.
- I've always wanted to do it (1980)
- Cozy Powell - over the top (1980)
- Robin Trower BLT and Truce (1981)
- Gathering of minds Live Montreux (1982) with Holdsworth, Sancious, Lockwood, Cobham
- Lessons in living with Mose Alisson - Live in Montreux (1982)
- Automatic and it covers the live from Rockpalast in studio (1983)
- Kip Hanrahan Vertical Currency (1985) and previous Desire Develops the Edge - great cds with Kip and Jack
- Inazuma super session with Jack (1987) continuation from Golden Palominos sessions
- Michael Mantler Live ECM (1987) from ECM plus other records with Mantler and Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason (experimental jazz Many have no speach)
- A question of time (1989) with Ginger Baker and Tony Williams among other stars
- Willpower retrospective (1989) with 2 studio songs with Clapton - try Bottom line bootleg and other great concerts of the decade (with Clapton, 1989 group, other great sessions with Allen Holdsworth, Gary Moore, John McLaughlin, Bill Ward etc)
The guy was real busy!
If quality is your main thing don't buy this CD package.
Auch die anderen beiden Konzerte zeigen was Jack Bruce für die Rockmusik bedeutet hatte.
Der Klang der CD und der DVD ist für das Alter der Live-Aufnahme OK.
Das Bild der DVD sieht auf einem modernen 4K-Fernseher etwas gewöhnungsbedürftig. Ist aber für das Alter der Live-Aufnahme OK.