October 3, 2009 – 4:15 am

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Germany 2009 [no label, 2CD]

Live at the MusicHall, Worpswede, Germany, March 1, 2009. Very good radio broadcast.

The trio of Jack Bruce, Robin Trower and Gary Husband have been touring consistently since the release of their Seven Moons album in 2008 (apart from Bruce taking some time off after falling ill earlier this year).

One of the reasons behind the enthusiasm is probably the new material on Seven Moons. In an interview posted at getreadytorock.com, Bruce said: “The challenge now is to bring to life the new material written with Robin.

“Well it was Robin’s idea really. He got in touch with the idea of compiling a CD from the two previous albums we had done and I suggested two new songs. He came round to my house and we started writing. It was all very fluid and happened very quickly.”

As for including older classics on their tour, Bruce said: “Now we don’t just want to get into revisiting our respective back catalogues, as this is a different and new project, though there are a few old warhorses from Cream on the live album.

“Well up and until the Cream re-union gig I hadn’t played any of it for quite some time, but at this stage of my career people get pissed off if you don’t. It reminds me some years ago when I went to see Bob Dylan, and he didn’t do anything at all from the past and everyone really got fed up. It’s part of my musical past and really when it comes down to it we are entertainers after all and you don’t want to disappoint your audience.”

In return, one can’t help but notice how Bruce really appreciates his audience.

A relaxed but controlled performance and very good sound make this one of the best shows of the current tour. Thanks to jazzrita for sharing the radio broadcast on the Dime site and to mortengo for the artwork.

Note: Click on the highlighted tracks to download the MP3s (these are high quality MP3s - sample rate of 192 kbps). As far as we can ascertain, these tracks have never been officially released on CD.

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Disc 1 (49:28)
Track 01. Seven Moons 5:00 (6.8MB)
Track 02. Lives Of Clay 5:50 (8.0MB)
Track 03. Distant Places Of The Heart 6:42 (9.2MB)
Track 04. Sunshine Of Your Love 10:18 (14.1MB)
Track 05. Carmen 4:53 (6.7MB)
Track 06. She’s Not The One 3:31 (4.8MB)
Track 07. We’re Going Wrong (JB comp) 8:53 (12.2MB)
Track 08. So Far To Yesterday 4:18 (5.9MB)

Disc 2 (46:28)
Track 09. Just Another Day 7:11 (9.8MB)
Track 10. Perfect Place 4:24 (6.0MB)
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Track 11. Bad Case Of Celebrity 5:36 (7.7MB)
Track 12. The Last Door 5:43 (7.8MB)
Track 13. Come To Me 4:39 (6.4MB)
Track 14. I’m Home/White Room (17.2MB)
Track 14. I’m Home/White Room 12:33 (4shared alternative link)
Track 15. Politician 6:07 (8.4MB)
Track 16. Announcement 0:12 (286k)

Jack Bruce - bass, vocals
Robin Trower - guitar
Gary Husband - drums


2008 had been a busy year for Jack Bruce releases. First, there was Seven Moons. Spirit was a three-CD set of Jack Bruce at the BBC over the years and Can You Follow?, a six-CD Jack Bruce retrospective. Click on the links to order the respective releases.


  2. hey bigo, thanks! i got disc 1. need to fix the tags.


    By Ed Saad on Oct 3, 2009

  3. Jack, Jack and more Jack!! Can’t get enuff!
    Thank you so very much.

    By lanzarishi on Oct 3, 2009

  4. hey lanzarishi, hopefully you got that jack bruce and friends show bigo offered last nov. if not, do a search for bigo jack bruce fillmore east. it will pop up in yahoo or google. i was walking last week and listening to it. there’s another show they offered with the bbc orchestra i got and with tony williams lifetime tribute which is the best one. vernon reid on guitar. he was underground before living colour got big.


    By Ed Saad on Oct 3, 2009

  5. I really enjoyed disc 1, dreamy, loose and dark. I downloaded this just to try something different and was rewarded with a very pleasing result. I’m going to give disc 2 a spin manana. Thanks for the post.

    By Dave C. on Oct 4, 2009

  6. hey bigo, thanks, i got disc 2! need to fix tags.

    going to see metallica later today at the philips arena in atlanta. should be killer. will be looking for the show in a few days.

    i haven’t seen them and they haven’t played bham since 3.92. it was good, but 1.89 with queensryche was better. both shows were at the bjcc arena where i saw dylan twice, page and plant, fleetwood mac, the boss, kiss twice and a third time coming up 10.24.


    By Ed Saad on Oct 4, 2009

  7. i saw tso there 3x. once they played in the concert hall before they got as huge as they are now.

    By Ed Saad on Oct 4, 2009

  8. Thank you. Bruce and Trower; a perfect combination for listening after the district softball championships in Sturgeon Missouri. It will also be fine with some Octoberfest brew after the Audrain County NRA banquet.
    Thanks again. Is there any old Uriah Heep to be had?
    Have a great day.

    By James on Oct 7, 2009

  9. Nice,thanks a heap

    By bart o farrell on Oct 10, 2009

  10. somebody uploaded this to YouTube,what a gorgeous music,me personally did not like the usual Cream tracks but the others.The feeling of the whole.Jacks feelein’.The others perfect co-playing.
    I would like to buy this,where and how can I do it?
    YouTube’s management has wiped it out,what a shame.

    By levinson06 on May 10, 2012

  11. Dear Sirs,

    Can you help me with JACK BRUCE, ROBIN TROWER & GARY HUSBAND - GERMANY 2009 album?

    Regards and thanks in advance


    By LUISSUNSET on Jan 22, 2020

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