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Theme For An Imaginary Western - Jack Bruce - Songs For A Tailor (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Shamuro
    A wild batch of jazz rock tunes – recorded by ex-Cream bassist Jack Bruce, along with a host of like-minded luminaries that include Chris Spedding, Harry Beckett, Dick Heckstall-Smith, and John Hisemann. Unlike Bruce's first solo album – Things We Like – which was an all-jazz outing, this album features Bruce singing as well, and an overall approach that has more of a rock.
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  2. Kigakazahn
    Oct 28,  · Jack Bruce - Theme For An Imaginary Western. Wonderfully melodic, this is one of the best songs From his first solo album, Songs For A Tailor. Jack Bruce - You Burned The Tables On Me. Energetic and athletic track from Bruce’s solo album Harmony Row, recorded with guitarist Chris Spedding and drummer John Marshall. (Starts at 4’21”).
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  3. Tasida
    Theme for an Imaginary Western Lyrics: When the wagons leave the city / For the forest and further on / Painted wagons of the morning / Dusty roads where they have gone / Sometimes travelling.
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  4. Kazrakinos
    Oct 13,  · Songs For A Tailor is much less blues orientated than one would think or have expected, especially considering Jack Bruce’s work with Cream, and the fact that the Blind Faith album would be released in this year as well. Interestingly enough, nearly all of the lyrics have been penned by Pete Brown [and resound with a bit of pretentious silliness], who was responsible for Cream’s most /5().
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  5. Fenrisho
    Oct 24,  · theme for an imaginary western written by jack bruce performed by Mountain from the album "Climbing" and from "Best of" [Intro] A A (G#) F#m A A (G#) F#m [Verse] A A (G#) F#m B B (A) G When the wagons leave the city for the forest and further on A A (G#) F#m B D Painted wagons of the morning, dusty roads where they have gone A A (G#.
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  6. Mauzil
    Jack’s solo debut featured George Harrison and Chris Spedding on guitar as well as his original version of Theme from an Imaginary Western. Includes .
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  7. Gugrel
    Lyrics to "Theme For An Imaginary Western" by JACK BRUCE: When the wagons leave the city / For the forest and further on / Painted wagons of the morning / Dusty roads where they have gone / Sometimes travelling through the darkness / Met the summer coming home / Fallen faces by the wayside / Looked as if they might.
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  8. Meztikus
    『ソングス・フォー・ア・テイラー』(Songs for a Tailor 年のオランダ盤再発LPは『Superstarshine』というシリーズの第30 イマジナリー・ウェスタン "Theme for an Imaginary Western" – ; 滝へのチケット "Tickets to Water Falls" –
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