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Jack's third solo album from 1971 featuring stella performances from Chris Spedding, John Marshall and Pete Brown. Includes five previously unreleased tracks.
Though Jack Bruce's Harmony Row was largely ignored by critics upon its release in 1970, I think it is a perfect companion piece for Bruce's classic Songs For a Tailor, released in... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Richard S. Grimes
After I bought the Silver Rails CD.... I just needed more JACK!
Like they always say, you just can't get to much of a good thing!
Having this album when it first came out was great. But having this cd now that Jack has left us along with Silver Rails is really special. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Phil Tentes
Jack Bruce. His music is always genuine and true to his form. After you have been a fan for a while, you will want all of Jack's music to see the different facets of Jack.Published 10 months ago by Thomas E. Hunter
Many of the mixes on this disc are not the ones on the original LP and cut 14 is supposed to be an early version of "You Burned All My Tables" but instead its a track mix... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mark Linett
It has been 30+ years since we discovered this album by chance. I still remember the words. Jack Bruce masterpiece. I love this album. :-)Published 10 months ago by Donna Pierce