- Audio CD (23 Jun 2008)
- Number of Discs: 6
- Format: Box set
- Label: Esoteric
- ASIN: B0018RWDHW
- Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 160,142 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Esoteric Recordings are proud to release "Can You Follow" as 6 CD career retrospective of the legendary JACK BRUCE. One of Britain's greatest popular musicians, Jack has spent fifty years as a professional musician. Aside from his work with CREAM (with ERIC CLAPTON & GINGER BAKER), Jack has collaborated with numerous artists with a stubborn refusal to compromise his music. Be it working in the worlds of Jazz, Blues, Rock or ethnic music, Jack Bruce has explored musical territories with a level of excellence all too rare. Compiled with the full involvement of Jack, CAN YOU FOLLOW is the most comprehensive celebration of Jack's musical achievements, drawing on his many fine solo albums such as SONGS FOR A TAILOR, HARMONY ROW, OUT OF THE STORM, HOWS TRICKS, JET SET JEWEL through to the superb SHADOWS IN THE AIR & MORE JACK THAN GOD.
The set also includes 14 tracks by CREAM (including previously unreleased mono mixes) and Jacks' collaborations with BLUES INCORPORATED, GRAHAM BOND ORGANISATION, JOHN MAYALL,MANFRED MANN, LIFETIME, FRANK ZAPPA, WEST BRUCE & LAING, ROCKET 88 (with Charlie Watts), BBM and much more. Housed in a deluxe set with a 68 page booklet with an exclusive interview & many unpublished photos, "CAN YOU FOLLOW" is the ultimate JACK BRUCE set and an essential document of a supremely talented artist.
A CELEBRATION OF JACK's CAREER FEATURING HIS WORK WITH:
Alexis Korner's BLUES INCORPORATED, GRAHAM BOND ORGANISATION, JOHN MAYALL, MANFRED MANN, THE POWERHOUSE, CREAM, Tony Williams' LIFETIME, FRANK ZAPPA, WEST BRUCE & LAING, ROCKET 88, BBM and many tracks from Jack's SOLO ALBUMS featuring guests ERIC CLAPTON, GINGER BAKER, GARY MOORE and others...
MANY TRACKS PREVIOUSLY UNISSUED ON CD...
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