Heartquake - Jack Bruce And The Cuicoland Express - Live At The MilkyWay, 2001 (CD, Album)

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Jack Bruce And The Cuicoland Express - Live At The MilkyWay, at Discogs. Complete your Jack Bruce And The Cuicoland Express collection/5(4).
  2. Label: Flaccid Parrot Records - FPRCD1 • Format: 2x, CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Latin • Jack Bruce And The Cuicoland Express - Live At The MilkyWay, (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5(4).
  3. Editorial Reviews Import-only two CD release. In , an incredible concert took place, the legendary Jack Bruce performing live with his all-star band; the Cuicoland Express at The Melkweg in Amsterdam. For nine years, only the lucky few who were members of the audience that night were able to experience the magic that took place/5(10).
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  5. Jack Bruce and the Cuicoland Express Live at the Milkyway , an Album by Jack Bruce. Released 15 October (catalog no. FPRCD1; CD). Genres: Blues Rock/5(12).
  6. Oct 02,  · This is simply the best live CD in two decades as well as being the best Jack Bruce record ever! Can’t recommend this two CD set highly enough. (Yak la Brace) Recorded live at the Melkweg, Holland October 20, Personnel: Robby Ameen (drums) Jack Bruce (bass, piano, vocals) Richie Flores (congas) Horacio ‘El Negro’ Hernandez (drums).
  7. JACK BRUCE AND THE CUICOLAND EXPRESS Live At The Milkyway ( UK track 2-CD album set - In , an incredible concert took place, the legendary Jack Bruce performing live with his all-star band; the Cuicoland Express at The Melkweg in Amsterdam.
  8. Jack Bruce and The Cuicoland Express — Live at the Milkyway ♦ ♦ Best known as the bassist and vocalist for Cream, but also a remarkable talent who bridged free jazz and hard rock via countless collaborations. ♦ ♦ Bruce is also trained as a classical cellist. However, despite all other genres of music with which he is associated, Bruce has always considered himself to be a jazz.