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Jack Bruce: Monkjack

Harry Shapiro, MOJO, October 1995

IF I WERE CASTAWAY alone on a desert island, my luxury item would be Jack Bruce's voice — the perfect backdrop to the many moments of peaceful contemplation and regretful remembrance that would be my lot. Too often in the past Bruce has had to wail above mountains of amplification. On Monkjack, all that is stripped away — the vocals become an instrument in their own right.

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