Not sure when or where this was recorded but the amazing Rachel is in mid-season form with this tribute to Keith Emerson. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_iGjW2oYEX0
Proving that not all the good guitarists are dead, here’s Gazza at Glasto six years ago.
The great man in action in 1985. Note the crap camera work.
Pretty historic clip, this, from 1993, Watch out for Moore’s gurning and Bruce’s frequent songwriting partner Pete Brown doing a stint on vocals. Brown, now 81, is the only one … Continue readingJack Bruce, Ginger Baker, Gary Moore: Politician
Say what you mean, Ian.
IN the days before newspaper production moved into the computer age and everyone had to sober up, there was ample scope for howlers. A combination of drunken and incompetent reporters … Continue readingThe Black Museum
Such a great song that I couldn’t resist adding this live version from Mountain man West.
Classic track from his album Songs for a Tailor, which was dedicated to Bruce’s ex-lover, Cream’s clothing designer Jeannie Franklyn. She was Richard Thompson’s girlfriend when she was killed in … Continue readingJack Bruce & Friends: Theme For An Imaginary Western
Inspired stuff from their 1967 debut album Gorilla. Over there, Eric Clapton, ukulele… hi, EricOn my left Sir Kenneth Clark, bass sax… a great honour, sirAnd specially flown in for … Continue readingBonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band: The Intro and the Outro
How else could we conclude our little Dandelion tour but with Queen Bridget? This is from 1972’s Thank You For LP and is fairly unusually not written by BSJ. Brian … Continue readingBridget St John: Silver Coin