Live At Manchester Free Trade Hall '75
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Live At Manchester Free Trade Hall '75
Live at Manchester Free Trade Hall '75
Jack Bruce The Jack Bruce Band Live '75.jpg
Live album by Jack Bruce
Released 20 May 2003
Recorded June 1975
Genre Jazz rock, progressive rock, blues rock
Length 111:01
Label Polydor
Producer Mark Powell
Jack Bruce chronology
Shadows in the Air
(2001)Shadows in the Air2001
Live at Manchester Free Trade Hall '75
(2003)
More Jack than God
(2003)More Jack than God2003
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4/5 stars[1]
Classic Rock 7/10 stars[2]

Live at Manchester Free Trade Hall '75 is a live album by the Jack Bruce Band released in 2003. It was compiled from a rough mix of a recording of a performance at Manchester Free Trade Hall in June 1975, the only surviving remnant of an abandoned live album project. Bruce's bass guitar is not very prominent in the mix.[1]

Track listing

All songs by Pete Brown and Jack Bruce, except where indicated

Disc one

  1. "Can You Follow?" - 1:45
  2. "Morning Story" - 7:56
  3. "Keep It Down" - 5:45
  4. "Pieces of Mind" - 5:56
  5. "Tickets to Waterfalls/Weird of Hermiston/Post War" - 25:08
  6. "Spirit" (Tony Williams) - 10:44

Disc two

  1. "One/You Burned the Tables on Me" - 17:01
  2. "Smiles and Grins" - 24:39
  3. "Sunshine of Your Love" (Brown, Bruce, Eric Clapton) - 12:07

Personnel

Musicians
Production
  • Joe Black - project coordinator
  • Paschal Byrne - digital editing, remastering
  • Mark Powell - liner notes, producer, research
  • Margrit Seyffer - reissue
  • Phil Smee - CD package design

References

  1. ^ a b Eder, Bruce. "Live at the Manchester Free Trade Hall". AllMusic. Retrieved 2013. 
  2. ^ Udo, Tommy (March 2012). "The Jack Bruce Band - Live '75". Classic Rock (168): 108-109. 

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