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The Jack Bruce Band - How's Tricks Album

The Jack Bruce Band - How's Tricks Album

  • Performer: The Jack Bruce Band
  • Genre: Jazz / Rock
  • Title: How's Tricks
  • Released: 1977
  • Style: Art Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Jazz-Rock, Prog Rock
  • Label: RSO
  • Catalog: 2394 180
  • Country: Italy
  • MP3 version size: 2999 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1793 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 451


2Baby Jane
Lead Vocals – Hughie Burns
3Lost Inside A Song
5Without A Word
7How's Tricks
8Waiting For The Call
9Something To Live For
10Johnny B '77


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
2394 180The Jack Bruce Band How's Tricks ‎(LP, Album)RSO2394 180UK1977
MWX 4039The Jack Bruce Band How's Tricks ‎(LP, Album)RSOMWX 4039Japan1980
2394 180The Jack Bruce Band How's Tricks ‎(LP, Album, RE)RSO2394 180UKUnknown
065 608-2The Jack Bruce Band How's Tricks ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Polydor065 608-2UK & Europe2003
2394 180The Jack Bruce Band How's Tricks ‎(LP, Album)RSO2394 180Germany1977


  • ArtworkDan Murray
  • Bass Guitar, Harmonica, Lead VocalsJack Bruce
  • Drums, Glockenspiel, VocalsSimon Phillips
  • Guitar, VocalsHughie Burns
  • Keyboards, Vibraphone, VocalsTony Hymas
  • Photography By [Back Cover]Keith Mercer
  • Photography By [Front Cover]Justin De Villeneuve
  • ProducerBill Halverson


Included Printed Text Sheet
Recorded at Manor Studios November 1976


  • Label Code: LC 2970
  • Rights Society: SIAE



The album peaked at No. 153 on the Billboard album chart in May 1977. It would be Bruce's last album released under Robert Stigwood's management and, consequently, his last for the RSO Records label although the Jack Bruce Band would remain under contract with Stigwood for another year, the band's 1978 album Jet Set Jewel was rejected by Stigwood and RSO as not. How's Tricks - Jack Bruce. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Jack Bruce. How's Tricks. A wonderfully tortured Jack Bruce vocal on the song Without a Word opens up How's Tricks, the second LP for RSO records by the journeyman bassistvocalist. Produced by Bill Halverson, who engineered Cream as well as solo Eric Clapton recordings, the material further fuses the all out jazz of Things We Like with the pop found on Songs for a Taylor. Johnny B'77 has the quartet driving the melody onto the fringes of rock, while Time bares elements Bruce brought to Disraeli Gears, defining his third of the Cream saga. John Symon Asher Bruce. Jack Bruce - How's Tricks 1977. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Classic Rock. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Bruces band showcase. Jacks new album also generously showcased the other members of his band of the time. Keyboard player Tony Hymas was much featured throughout for example with an attractive piano figure on that last-named song and co-wrote Something To Live For with Brown. Hows Tricks missed the UK album chart, but debuted on the 7 May 1977 US chart at No. 171, going as high as No. 153 in a five-week stay. Hows Tricks can be bought here. Follow the Blues Classics playlist. Listen free to Jack Bruce Band How's Tricks Without a Word, Johnny B '77 and more. 10 tracks 42:08. Jack Bruce - How's Tricks 4:12. Jack Bruce - without a word 5:28. Aggiungi alla Lista. How's Tricks is a music album by Jack Bruce Band released in 1977. How's Tricks is ranked 56,741st in the overall chart, 5,675th in the 1970s, and 559th in the year 1977. How's Tricks by Jack Bruce Band Year: 1977 Overall rank: 56,741st. Average Rating: 73100 from 4 votes. JACK BRUCE - How's Tricks. Jazz music community with review and forums. 0 rating 0 review. Album 1977. Filed under Jazz Related Rock By JACK BRUCE. A1 Without a Word A2 Johnny B'77 A3 Times A4 Baby Jane A5 Lost Inside a Song B1 How's Tricks B2 Madhouse B3 Waiting for the Call B4 Outsiders B5 Something to Live For. 2003 Universal CD bonuses: 11. Without a Word alternate 12. Something to Live For alternate. Jack Bruce: Bass, harmonica, lead vocals Hughie Burns: Guitars, lead vocal track A4 Tony Hymas: Keyboards, vibraphone, vo