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Jack Bruce — Cities of the Heart

Jack Bruce — Cities of the Heart
Label
Esoteric Recordings
Catalog number
ECLEC 22428
Year recorded
1994
Year released
2014
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Related artist(s): Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce, Gary Husband, Simon Phillips, Bernie Worrell

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