Jack Bruce's New Album Inspired By Post-Doom Band

(Classic Rock) Cream icon Jack Bruce says the inspiration for his latest solo album came from a Seattle post-doom band formed in 1990. And while he's not turning his back on his formative years, he wouldn't have made Silver Rails without having heard The Bees Made Honey In The Lion's Skull, a 2008 record by Earth.

Bruce tells the Great Falls Tribune: "I've been fortunate to be around some great people who taught me about the blues. I met people like Phil Davis and Eric Clapton - Eric's not just a great player, he's also a great musicologist. My first drummed was Charlie Watts.

"The blues is part of me; it's something you can take anywhere in the world." But the 70-year-old continues: "The motivation for the whole album came when one of my sons played me an album by Earth. That pretty much tilted me in this direction." more on this story

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