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guitarwannabee
Posted 2018-03-19 9:40 PM (#541721)
Subject: new twist on a old jam


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just messing around on you tube and ran across one of my favorites songs from cream. found a live performance of jack bruce doing it 40 some years later and adding in an orchersta to the song your going wrong,
thought it was worth posting for us old farts , what a great update of this song GWB
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Old Man Arthur
Posted 2018-03-19 9:58 PM (#541722 - in reply to #541721)
Subject: Re: new twist on a old jam



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You did not post the video.
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guitarwannabee
Posted 2018-03-20 11:47 AM (#541729 - in reply to #541721)
Subject: Re: new twist on a old jam


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forgot to take my meds last night ???
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sh-6k7fNWjk&list=RDGMEMJQXQAmqrnmK1S...
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Love O Fair
Posted 2018-03-20 3:02 PM (#541732 - in reply to #541721)
Subject: Re: new twist on a old jam



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Spectacular! Thank you for posting.
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standing
Posted 2018-03-20 8:38 PM (#541736 - in reply to #541721)
Subject: Re: new twist on a old jam



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Awesome! Thanks for posting the link.

Jack was a huge and (arguably) under-appreciated talent.

There have been many great rock “super groups” and “power trios” but, IMO, Cream was the pinnacle.

For fans of Cream who want a little insight into the history and “personality conflicts” behind the band,
I recommend catching the film “Beware of Mr. Baker.” After watching that film, I wondered how anyone could play with Ginger Baker… then I saw him live with his jazz group a few years ago and saw/heard musicianship (and musicality) on drums that was simply stunning. He’s an incredibly abrasive egomaniac, but a uniquely talented musician. (imho.)
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alpep
Posted 2018-03-21 1:09 PM (#541760 - in reply to #541721)
Subject: Re: new twist on a old jam


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Great video
Jack Bruce is one of my favs

I met him the year before he died a genuine and pleasant man

The ginger baker movie is great....he is a master drummer But needs work as a person
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guitarwannabee
Posted 2018-03-23 7:32 PM (#541836 - in reply to #541721)
Subject: Re: new twist on a old jam


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alpep share a bit of that with us , did you meet him at one of his concerts or otherwise??? where , when , why , how , inquiring minds want to know .....???? GWB
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