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Seven Moons Live

Jack Bruce & Robin Trower

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Veteran rockers, bassist Jack Bruce (Cream) and guitarist Robin Trower (Procol Harum), brought strong life to their 2008 release, Seven Moons, and they bring even more excitement to these live performances recorded on February 28, 2009 in Nijmegen, Holland with drummer Gary Husband featuring nine of that album’s eleven tracks. The live setting allows Trower to set off spontaneous, adrenaline-fueled solos that are met with the tough interlocking rhythm section. Three Cream tunes — “Sunshine Of Your Love,” “White Room” and “Politician” — are thrown in and add some fierce soloing from Trower and Bruce. “Carmen” from Bruce and Trower’s first collaboration, 1981’s B.L.T., features Bruce’s soulful pleadings. “Just Another Day” and “Bad Case Of Celebrity” slow things for maximum impact. “Perfect Place” adds a touch of funk with Trower’s crybaby wah taking full effect. This is a blues power trio built for the ages.

Customer Reviews

Essential for Fans of Either Artist

First I have to say that when I read or hear any reviewer link Robin Trower to Procul Harum, I immediately know they don't know Trower. He left that band in 1971 to follow his heart -- heavy blues and Hendrix-style guitar wizardry. His first three solo albums are timeless, and he has consistently stayed true to that vision. This album continues the legacy. Bruce's vocals are a natural fit for Trower's misty moods. The atmosphere is very similar to the BLT and Truce albums of the 1980s and the studio Seven Moons, but obviously provides the pure raw energy of a live recording, along with Trower's interpretations of Cream. Like most of Trower's best work, I wouldn't put this in the "Blues" genre, even though it is bluesy. Essential for fans of either artist. Others probably don't get it.

Vocals seem flat but strong playing is clean

Maybe it's just my hearing but I found the vocals flat while the playing was crip & clean.

Great Show

This is an excellent album. (For me) this album showcases the talents of the two greatest musicians in their fields. Jack's vocals are better than ever as well as his bass playing. Robin's guitar still retains his smooth Hendrixish vibe. This is an excellent live album and is a perfect counterpart to Seven Moons

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