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Deluxe 2CD / 2 Multi-Region Blu Ray Disc Deluxe Boxed Set Edition Of The Classic Album By Jack Bruce. Newly Remastered And Mixed From The Original Master Tapes. Featuring An Additional 32 Bonus Tracks Drawn From Stephen W Tayler's New 5.1 Surround Sound & Stereo Mixes Of The Album And A Video Blu Ray Of The 1970 Documentary Film Rope Ladder To The Moon. Includes An Illustrated Book With An Essay By Sid Smith. Songs For A Tailor' was Jack Bruce's first solo project to be released after the demise of Cream in November 1968. Eager to make his debut solo album distinctly diverse from the music he had recorded with Cream, it featured music which stylistically drew on jazz, folk, classical and rock influences. Joining Jack and producer Felix Pappalardi for the recording sessions at London's Morgan Studios were some of Britain's best musicians such as Chris Spedding, Jon Hiseman, Dick Heckstall-Smith, John Marshall, Art Themen and Henry Lowther. One session was also notable for the presence of George Harrison. 'Songs For A Tailor' was a chart success in both the UK and the USA and is now rightly regarded as a masterpiece and one of Jack's seminal works. This boxed set edition features the original 1969 album mix (newly remastered from the original master tapes), along with wonderful new stereo and 5.1 Surround sound mixes of the album by Stephen W Tayler (from the original 8-track master tapes) and previously unreleased session out-takes and demos. The set also includes the marvellous 1970 documentary Rope Ladder to the Moon on Blu Ray video for the first time. Originally screened by the BBC, this film features live performances and an insight into Jack's heritage, life and influences.
Deluxe 2CD / 2 Multi-Region Blu Ray Disc Deluxe Boxed Set Edition Of The Classic Album By Jack Bruce. Newly Remastered And Mixed From The Original Master Tapes. Featuring An Additional 32 Bonus Tracks Drawn From Stephen W Tayler's New 5.1 Surround Sound & Stereo Mixes Of The Album And A Video Blu Ray Of The 1970 Documentary Film Rope Ladder To The Moon. Includes An Illustrated Book With An Essay By Sid Smith. Songs For A Tailor' was Jack Bruce's first solo project to be released after the demise of Cream in November 1968. Eager to make his debut solo album distinctly diverse from the music he had recorded with Cream, it featured music which stylistically drew on jazz, folk, classical and rock influences. Joining Jack and producer Felix Pappalardi for the recording sessions at London's Morgan Studios were some of Britain's best musicians such as Chris Spedding, Jon Hiseman, Dick Heckstall-Smith, John Marshall, Art Themen and Henry Lowther. One session was also notable for the presence of George Harrison. 'Songs For A Tailor' was a chart success in both the UK and the USA and is now rightly regarded as a masterpiece and one of Jack's seminal works. This boxed set edition features the original 1969 album mix (newly remastered from the original master tapes), along with wonderful new stereo and 5.1 Surround sound mixes of the album by Stephen W Tayler (from the original 8-track master tapes) and previously unreleased session out-takes and demos. The set also includes the marvellous 1970 documentary Rope Ladder to the Moon on Blu Ray video for the first time. Originally screened by the BBC, this film features live performances and an insight into Jack's heritage, life and influences.
5013929487840
Jack Bruce - Songs For A Tailor - 2cd/2blu-Ray Deluxe Box Set

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Format: CD
Label: ESOTERIC
Rel. Date: 08/02/2024
UPC: 5013929487840

Songs For A Tailor - 2cd/2blu-Ray Deluxe Box Set
Artist: Jack Bruce
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Never Tell Your Mother She's Out of Tune
2. Theme for An Imaginary Western
3. Tickets to Waterfalls
4. Weird of Hermiston
5. Rope Ladder to the Moon
6. The Ministry of Bag
7. He the Richmond
8. Boston Ball Game 1967
9. To Isengard
10. The Clearout
11. Ministry of Bag (Demo)
12. Weird of Hermiston (Alternate Mix)
13. The Clearout (Alternate Mix)
14. Ministry of Bag (Alternate Mix)
15. Never Tell Your Mother She's Out of Tune
16. Theme for An Imaginary Western
17. Tickets to Waterfalls
18. Weird of Hermiston
19. Rope Ladder to the Moon
20. The Ministry of Bag
21. He the Richmond
22. Boston Ball Game 1967
23. To Isengard
24. The Clearout
25. Rope Ladder to the Moon (First Demo)
26. Never Tell Your Mother She's Out of Tune (First Attempt)
27. Vikings (To Isengard) (First Attempt)
28. Rope Ladder to the Moon (Second Attempt)
29. You Burned the Tables on Me (Instrumental Demo)
30. Escape to the Royal Wood (On Ice) (Instrumental Demo)
31. Never Tell Your Mother She's Out of Tune
32. Theme for An Imaginary Western
33. Tickets to Waterfalls
34. Weird of Hermiston
35. Rope Ladder to the Moon
36. The Ministry of Bag
37. He the Richmond
38. Boston Ball Game 1967
39. To Isengard
40. The Clearout
41. Rope Ladder to the Moon (First Demo)
42. Never Tell Your Mother She's Out of Tune (First Attempt)
43. Vikings (To Isengard) (First Attempt)
44. Rope Ladder to the Moon (Second Attempt)
45. You Burned the Tables on Me (Instrumental Demo)
46. Escape to the Royal Wood (On Ice) (Instrumental Demo)
47. Rope Ladder to the Moon

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Deluxe 2CD / 2 Multi-Region Blu Ray Disc Deluxe Boxed Set Edition Of The Classic Album By Jack Bruce. Newly Remastered And Mixed From The Original Master Tapes. Featuring An Additional 32 Bonus Tracks Drawn From Stephen W Tayler's New 5.1 Surround Sound & Stereo Mixes Of The Album And A Video Blu Ray Of The 1970 Documentary Film Rope Ladder To The Moon. Includes An Illustrated Book With An Essay By Sid Smith. Songs For A Tailor' was Jack Bruce's first solo project to be released after the demise of Cream in November 1968. Eager to make his debut solo album distinctly diverse from the music he had recorded with Cream, it featured music which stylistically drew on jazz, folk, classical and rock influences. Joining Jack and producer Felix Pappalardi for the recording sessions at London's Morgan Studios were some of Britain's best musicians such as Chris Spedding, Jon Hiseman, Dick Heckstall-Smith, John Marshall, Art Themen and Henry Lowther. One session was also notable for the presence of George Harrison. 'Songs For A Tailor' was a chart success in both the UK and the USA and is now rightly regarded as a masterpiece and one of Jack's seminal works. This boxed set edition features the original 1969 album mix (newly remastered from the original master tapes), along with wonderful new stereo and 5.1 Surround sound mixes of the album by Stephen W Tayler (from the original 8-track master tapes) and previously unreleased session out-takes and demos. The set also includes the marvellous 1970 documentary Rope Ladder to the Moon on Blu Ray video for the first time. Originally screened by the BBC, this film features live performances and an insight into Jack's heritage, life and influences.
        
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