Jack's Get Well Guestbook: Mar 24 - May 2
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Name: Gerald Bruns
Location: Berlin
Email: gebruns@gmx.de
Date: 3/24/2004
Time: 4:37:23 AM

Comment

Lieber Jack,

ich war oft zu Deinen Konzerten (Quasimodo etc) und war jedesmal begeistert!

Ich wuensche Dir Alles Gute!

Gerald


Name: Tom Little
Location: Italy, Texas  U.S.A.
Email: tlittle_76@yahoo.com
Date: 3/24/2004
Time: 2:05:13 PM

Comment

Best wishes for a speedy and complete recovery!


Name: jim thrasher
Location: south carolina
Email: thrash4@bellsouth.net
Date: 3/24/2004
Time: 10:12:10 PM

Comment

The Road To The United States Is Calling You Jack.

Peace and Love, Jim


Name: eddie Leggett
Location: port richey..florida
Email: eddieon1@netzero.com
Date: 3/25/2004
Time: 2:55:07 PM

Comment

Hi jack so glad your surgery went well remember South bend..Indiana remember we went to my house after your concert.35 years ago..wow. Life has been pretty good to us all considering everthing still think of Charlie. make more records..OK.. hope you continue to do well Eddie


Name: william rose
Location: San Jose Calif. USA.
Email: william.rose.com
Date: 3/25/2004
Time: 4:50:08 PM

Comment

Dear Mr Bruce, I am thrilled at the news of your recovering health. My son was born with spina bifada and is paralized from the waist down. I was able to take him to see you on the walk down abby road tour we had front row seats and you did a solo right in front of us. Of course I had to by him an electric bass for Christmas this year. We will see you on your next vist to the Bay area. God Bless you and the Family


Name: Laurence K. Bowser
Location: Somerville, NJ
Email: lkbowser@statetitlegroup.com
Date: 3/25/2004
Time: 5:53:02 PM

Comment

Certainly the greatest jazz/rock basist in the world. Hichhiked from Santa Cruz to San Francisco to see Cream in 1968 and 1st kid on the block to bring Songs for a Tailor to 9th grade Poetry Class. The world is waiting for you Mr. B. Godspeed!

Larry B.


Name: Augie Kennaugh
Location: New Jersey
Email: augie17@hotmail.com
Date: 3/26/2004
Time: 10:18:53 AM

Comment

A true musical inspiration and 4-string slinger. I'm so happy to learn your spirit is here to share more of your unbelievable gift and talent.

Keep the MUSIC flowing!


Name: Keili Keilhofer
Location: Nuernberg,Germany
Email: curley@gmx.org
Date: 3/26/2004
Time: 6:24:18 PM

Comment

Guitar player Keili Keilhofer and me (his old friend Curley)heard about your health problems and so we wish you the very best for the future. Best regards Keili&Curley http://www.keili-keilhofer.de http://curley-kauper.de


Name: MEGA   MGBADA
Location: LINZ   AUSTRIA
Email: megafadeyi@yahoo.com
Date: 3/26/2004
Time: 7:24:39 PM

Comment

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Location: SinoCurio Gallery
Email: contact@sinocurio.com
Date: 3/26/2004
Time: 10:33:36 PM

Comment

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Name: Tim Crowther
Location: London
Email: tim@visionlogic.demon.co.uk
Date: 3/27/2004
Time: 5:46:14 PM

Comment

Your work in various projects with John McLaughlin over the years and with Allan Holdsworth has given me immeasurable enjoyment and musical inspiration. I was sorry to hear of your illness. I wish you a full and speedy recovery and a productive and enjoyable future.


Name: Jim Nichols
Location: California
Email: jamesnichols@palm.com
Date: 3/27/2004
Time: 10:41:12 PM

Comment

Dear Jack:

I've been a huge fan of yours since Disraeli Gears; I was just listening to the CD tonight with a friend - it's my favorite recording of all time, in any genre.

I'd like to know whether you would consider collaborating on a project: I'd like to bring some people together to speculate on what might have resulted from the recording session that was suggested with Jimi Hendrix, Miles Davis, Tony Williams and yourself.

I've submitted a similar inquiry to Wayne Shorter, and to Mitch Mitchell. I'm hoping that Mitch will be willing to contribute his recollections of conversations with Jimi about jazz and music theory, and particularly his knowledge about conversations that took place between Jimi and Miles.

Best wishes for a successful and rapid recovery, Jack!

Sincerely,

James Nichols


Name: Tim Davis
Location: Livonia, Michigan
Email: tvictordavis@wmconnect.com
Date: 3/28/2004
Time: 12:30:49 AM

Comment

No long message Jack, just get well soon!


Name: David Font
Location: Auckland, New Zealand
Email: david.font@xtra.co.nz
Date: 3/28/2004
Time: 3:18:36 AM

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Name: Regis COISNE
Location: FRANCE
Email: kowan.music@wanadoo.fr
Date: 3/28/2004
Time: 7:47:56 AM

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Best wishes from a french acoustic guitarist fan ! See you and listen to your music soon! Regis


Name: Grant MacLeod
Location: Dartmouth,Nova Scotia,Canada
Email: regmac@ns.symaptico.ca
Date: 3/28/2004
Time: 2:40:38 PM

Comment

Get well Jack. I am still enjoying your music after over 30 years. Hopefully the creative juices are still there and we will hear more in future years.


Name: John Getner
Location: Highland Park, IL
Email: jjgetner@yahoo.com
Date: 3/28/2004
Time: 8:11:19 PM

Comment

I just heard the news quite recently and am very happy you're recovering well. Coming of age at the time Cream came out it was your great playing that made me appreciate how much you did to fill out your band's sound and of course your voice was the signature vocal. I was just listening to Crossroads today and WOW! you tore it up on that song! Thanks for all the great music. Wishing you a continued recovery!


Name: umuigbo
Location: lome
Email: umuigbo@yahoo.com
Date: 3/29/2004
Time: 1:04:08 PM

Comment

nice and lovely site please keep off i don reach here


Name: Jeff Harris
Location: Hot Springs, AR
Email: harrishj625@hotmail.com
Date: 3/30/2004
Time: 12:01:55 PM

Comment

Jack I am very glad to hear that you are doing better since your operation. Hope things continue to go well for you. I have listened to your music since I was ten years old. I have been playing drums for thirty years. Your music and Ginger Bakers drumming have been a big influence on my playing. If I ever had a great bass player in a band it would be you. Hope every thing continues to go well. May the Lord bless you and keep you well.

God Bless Jeff Harris


Name: Jeff Harris
Location: Hot Springs, AR
Email: harrishj625@hotmail.com
Date: 3/30/2004
Time: 12:02:32 PM

Comment

Jack I am very glad to hear that you are doing better since your operation. Hope things continue to go well for you. I have listened to your music since I was ten years old. I have been playing drums for thirty years. Your music and Ginger Bakers drumming have been a big influence on my playing. If I ever had a great bass player in a band it would be you. Hope every thing continues to go well. May the Lord bless you and keep you well.

God Bless Jeff Harris


Name: Robert Rudawsky
Location: Truth or Consequences, New Mexico
Email: ruudsaurins@aol.com
Date: 3/30/2004
Time: 2:47:07 PM

Comment

"Fortunately, Baby!" , indeed!!!

To this date, I have _NEVER_ told my mother she's out of tune. Once, years ago, you were kind enough to stop and say "hello" to an ardent fan in the lobby of the Park West Theatre in Chicago, Illinois while on your way to your afternoon sound check. The evening concert was superb. Your music has affected me profoundly, brings me joy to this day, and I am glad you are still with us.

stay well! an ardent fan (bob)


Name: Larry McHugh
Location: Philadelphia, PA  USA
Email: webmaster@8thstreet.com
Date: 3/30/2004
Time: 7:38:31 PM

Comment

Best wishes and prayers that the Good Lord heals you speedily! I saw you twice in Philly with Cream, and once at The Electric Factory doing the "Songs for a Tailor" tour. Mitch Mitchell was on drums, and Larry Coryell on guitar. What a great show! Always enjoyed your tremendous bass work and vocals. A great showman also! Hope you are back 110% soon!


Name: joshua noworyta
Location: niagara falls new york
Email: joshnow02
Date: 3/30/2004
Time: 8:53:27 PM

Comment

I hope you feel better soon. you are truly one of my favorite legends of rock and roll. I think that cream is the greatest band ever. I hope this means alot comming from a 14 year old guitar player.I think your work with your old SG bass is some of the greatest bass work ever.plus it was a realy cool looking bass. Sincerely, Josh


Name: Philip Mische
Location: Connecticut, USA
Email: pmische@comcast.net
Date: 3/30/2004
Time: 9:53:39 PM

Comment

I am dumbfounded...words fail. The power of your life burns so bright - the rage, the fury, the force, the fight. Your searing incandesence, tempestuous integrity, God-given gifts. You are made of stronger stuff, Jack - return to us fueled by this incredible experience. I thank you for being such a beacon of passion - my ears can't imagine a world where you're not creating.


Name: OBINNA
Location: NIGER
Email: OBINNA@LAGOS.COM
Date: 3/31/2004
Time: 12:02:25 PM

Comment

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Name: OBINNA
Location: NIGER
Email: OBINNA@LAGOS.COM
Date: 3/31/2004
Time: 12:02:29 PM

Comment

COOL SITE MGBADA AND HI TO GUEST.OBINNA ABA


Name: Tim Regester
Location: sudbury suffolk
Email: tim.regester@btclick.com
Date: 3/31/2004
Time: 1:49:23 PM

Comment

Dear Jack, I am just learning the bass at the tender age of 42 with the guidance of other local Sudbury musicians.

Today we played N.S.U. so I thought it was time to find the bass tab via activebass.org and seek more current information on yourself. Quite a shock to hear of your illness, I hope you are recovering well and will soon be touring again.

You not only are an influence on my playing but the music of Cream was some of the first non-pop music I ever heard and really broadened my musical horizons at the tender age of 12.

Get well soon.

Tim


Name: Andaroo Heinz
Location: Florida
Email: PresidentAEH@aol.com
Date: 3/31/2004
Time: 5:57:05 PM

Comment

So glad things went well, sir. Keep thumping that base. Thank God for modern medicine.


Name: Maggie
Location: Buckinghamshire
Email: maggiesmith@onetel.net.uk
Date: 4/1/2004
Time: 2:07:20 AM

Comment

Hi Jack Found the site and just want to wish you a continued and speedy recovery. Thank you so much for the CD's.Would love to hear how you're doing occasionally. With very best wishes Love Maggie xx


Name: plee
Location: Nyc
Email:
Date: 4/1/2004
Time: 10:21:36 AM

Comment

So how are you feeling Jack?


Name: Michael R. Huffman
Location: ILLINOIS
Email:
Date: 4/1/2004
Time: 12:28:24 PM

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Name: Jon Fulmer
Location: St Louis MO USA
Email: jonfulmer@sbcglobal.net
Date: 4/1/2004
Time: 1:06:46 PM

Comment

Jack,

For me, you're the man at the top of the mountain. Glad you're going to be with us for a long time to come.

Best wishes, jon


Name: Luiz Gomes Otero
Location: Brazil
Email: lgotero@atribuna.com.br
Date: 4/1/2004
Time: 7:32:29 PM

Comment

Hello Jack

We beleive in you. You will survive and play much songs for us.

all the best for you and your family

Luiz


Name: Luiz Gomes Otero
Location: Brazil
Email: lgotero@atribuna.com.br
Date: 4/1/2004
Time: 7:32:29 PM

Comment

Hello Jack

We beleive in you. You will survive and play much songs for us.

all the best for you and your family

Luiz


Name: John Dewhurst
Location: Macungie, Pennsylvania
Email: frogsong@rcn.com
Date: 4/2/2004
Time: 10:45:15 AM

Comment

Get well soon. You are the reason I learned to play bass, and we all need more albums!


Name: Matthew McDonnell
Location: Ireland
Email: juella90@eircom.net
Date: 4/2/2004
Time: 11:35:23 AM

Comment

Awright Jack, I hope your feeling better and back in good health soon. I saw you in Dublin when you played bass with Ringo Starr and it was a great gig man, you rocked!

Matthew


Name: Lewis
Location: england
Email: mountmunn@hotmail.com
Date: 4/2/2004
Time: 1:36:10 PM

Comment

im a huge fan and i hope you get well soon so you can keep playing


Name: Lisa and Lindsay Young the Boy(s) From Nowhere
Location: Canada
Email: ponddux.telus.net
Date: 4/3/2004
Time: 12:57:23 AM

Comment

Dear Jack, Please God this email make it to you or even your family. Was listing to some old stuff and only now..as a baby of age 32... realized what you *really* did for the North American Rock scene.... We Love You Jack Bruce..god(ess) bless You Lisa and Lidsay Young brought together by you and your kind Best Wishes for you and evermore Lis and Linds


Name: J.R. Van AAken
Location: Sunny Florida
Email: wajo18944@msn.com
Date: 4/3/2004
Time: 5:02:16 AM

Comment

Dear Jack, Just heard of your transplant and wanted to wish you a speedy recovery. Thanks for the tunes, which rattle around in my head almost daily... Love you, God Bless. JR


Name: andre viau
Location: montreal
Email: andgin@videotron.ca
Date: 4/3/2004
Time: 7:47:34 AM

Comment

Glad that Jack is still with us.I hope a quick recovery and don't forget to BOOGIE


Name: Randall R. Mathieu
Location: Locust Hill, Ontario Canada
Email: randbassman@aol.com
Date: 4/4/2004
Time: 11:49:33 AM

Comment

Ever since i first heard the Cream at the tender age of ten (your sound and playing were a revellation to me,and loving Ray Brown, but being to small to work a 3/4 upright at the music store) i put aside my Stella guitar to reach way down,,,,and i've been diggin' you, for, as it seems, always, i continue to be a huge fan , Happy upcoming b-day sir, and stay well


Name: David Stoltz
Location: West Hartford,Ct.USA
Email: davidstoltz@msn.com
Date: 4/5/2004
Time: 3:27:15 AM

Comment

Just stopped by for a quick "hello." I hope things are good and improving.....just bought a'64 EB-O.It is original and actually sounds really cool....as good as it looks.Anyway...be well and Happy Springtime to all you Bruces.PS.I love Something Els.


Name: Karola Schulz
Location: Dortmund / Germany
Email: Karola.Schulz2@arbeitsamt.de
Date: 4/5/2004
Time: 10:00:34 AM

Comment

Get well soon, I want to hear your music as soon as possible - the last time I saw you and your friends in Essen -The Ringo Starr an his All Star Band - it was a very good feeling to hear and see a whole family on stage having fun while playing the best music one can dream of. I´m waiting for your next performance........

May all your wishes become true Karola (Sorry for my English, I wasn`t a very good pupil...)


Name: Charlie
Location: FL
Email: kickdrum01@aol.com
Date: 4/5/2004
Time: 10:42:58 AM

Comment

Your presence in this world has brought the joy , sadness and beauty of your music into the hearts of many. Thank you for having the strength to fulfill your destiny. Stick arourd awhile longer. Thank You Jack Bruce.


Name: Just a wellwisher
Location: Sydney Australia
Email: noreply@needed.com
Date: 4/5/2004
Time: 10:44:15 AM

Comment

Congrats on your recovery..I had no idea re your illness. I am nearly a contemporary of yours who has _very much admired_ your bass playing and singing since first saw/heard you with G. Bond... a long time ago! I believe the expression is "lang may your lum reek!", & God bless. (a guitarist)


Name: Rod
Location: England
Email:
Date: 4/5/2004
Time: 7:38:48 PM

Comment

Simply, get well and get out and about! I've enjoyed your music and playing for so many years and would love to hear you well.


Name: David Brooks
Location: Sandpoint, Idaho USA
Email: dbro@spro.net
Date: 4/5/2004
Time: 8:56:42 PM

Comment

Dear Jack,

Please accept my sincere wishes for your complete recovery and a long and fruitful life!!!

I have been a fan of yours for over 35 years and I want you to know how in awe I have always been of your incredible musical gifts, both vocally and instrumentally etc., etc......

My prayers are with you and your wonderful family.

I look forward to your future gifts to the music world.

God bless you!!

Dave Brooks


Name: Wayne Rubenstein
Location: Monrovia, CA   USA
Email: email.wayne@verizon.net
Date: 4/5/2004
Time: 11:40:46 PM

Comment

Get well soon, Jack. We Love you and need you. You are the Cream of our lives.


Name: Mike Einhorn
Location: San Diego,Calif.
Email: meinhorn@san.rr.com
Date: 4/6/2004
Time: 3:03:03 AM

Comment

Get well soon!


Name: barbara hayes
Location: new yorl
Email: bhayes3357@aol.com
Date: 4/7/2004
Time: 10:17:10 AM

Comment

Hi Jack, I am a fan of yours and friend of neal smith and michael bruce I just dropped by your site and noticed you were ill I wish only the best for you. Have a speedy recovery. If there is ever anything i can do on your behalf as far as promotions dont hesitate to email me anytime.


Name: Steve Rowley
Location: Nottingham
Email: SteveR@sjayar.worldonline.co.uk
Date: 4/7/2004
Time: 10:31:20 AM

Comment

Pleased to hear that you're doin' OK. Hope to see you in the Midlands again REAL soon. WE haven't recovered since the last time! See if you can bring that Vernon chap back again eh! "More Jack Than God" - HaHaHaHa - I like it! SteveR


Name: jerry lombardo
Location: wallingford, ct usa
Email: jlsonic@yahoo.com
Date: 4/7/2004
Time: 3:42:56 PM

Comment

get well soon Jack!


Name: Ronnie Prebilsky
Location: Pearland, Texas USA
Email: rprebilsky@aol.com
Date: 4/7/2004
Time: 5:39:48 PM

Comment

I hope all goes well. Hope to be able to see one of your shows you are my favorite musician. (bass player)


Name: Bill Teitge
Location: Montgomery Illinois,USA
Email: wdteitge@yahoo.com
Date: 4/7/2004
Time: 10:11:23 PM

Comment

Dear Mr.Bruce, I wish you the best of health,and a speedy recovery.Take care,and Thank you for your music,you are the reason I learned to play bass!I love all your work,I do hope that you will still make more music,and even tour,I keep missing you!But I always got videos with you to tide me over until then!! Thank you again!! Best Wishes, Bill Teitge


Name: David Cooper
Location: Seattle, Washington USA
Email: pc.savant@comcast.net
Date: 4/8/2004
Time: 3:49:55 AM

Comment

Listening to "Wheels of Fire," I'm still amazed after all these years at the quality and depth of the music. You are a true pioneer and I wish you all the best and a quick recovery.

You have much more great music to create!

Sincerely, DwC


Name: John Finnigan
Location:
Email:
Date: 4/8/2004
Time: 12:14:40 PM

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Name: John Finnigan
Location: Willis Texas
Email: info@silvershoesmusic.com
Date: 4/8/2004
Time: 12:39:13 PM

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A while back I was browsing through some music zines and read about your health problem. I was happy to see the news of your recovery on your website today. I played drums in a power trio when I was 19 and my friends and I had "Wheels Of Fire" for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I'm not kidding Jack, it was our template! My girlfriend and I saw you at the Ivanhoe in Chicago during the 70's on one of your solo tours. Thanks for all your music and be well!!!


Name: Geof Harris
Location: Bristol UK
Email: harris.jones@btinternet.com
Date: 4/8/2004
Time: 5:16:10 PM

Comment

Thanks Jack, You are my bass guru: I dropped the drums and took up the bass in 1967 after hearing you play - and never looked back! Always what I call the 'evolving rhythm pattern' that turned me on so much: winding and snaking your way like a bird in flight through the piece, yet still remaining rooted in the solar plexus of the song (and me) - unlike the boring 'rubber stamp' repetitive style used by everybody else. Your bass playing lives, and it lives in me. I owe you. Unfortunately missed meeting (and hopefully jamming with) Ginger in South Africa, where I come from, due to bad planning and extremely sorry about that 'cos he also lives in me - his earthy tom tom style and feel is still my favourite. You two together have formed a foundation of influence for me which still fires me up to this day. You two should've been Jimi's backing: now THAT would've been something! I wish I could meet you someday. Everything of the best, my friend. Wishing you long life and best health. Geof Harris


Name: Jon C
Location: Placenti
Email:
Date: 4/8/2004
Time: 6:10:53 PM

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Name: Jon C
Location: Placentia, CA.
Email: lavflow@aol.com
Date: 4/8/2004
Time: 6:13:10 PM

Comment

Jack,

I cannot tell you how much influence you had on my music. I wish you the best during your recovery and beyond. We survived the '60's, you can survive this.

Do what the doctors tell you and get yourself healed up.

Jon


Name: Rick Mazzotta
Location: Portland, Oregon, USA
Email:
Date: 4/8/2004
Time: 7:28:18 PM

Comment

Belated wishes for a thorough, permanent recovery. Glad to know you've come through.

Many years ago, your playing drew me to this demon instrument. Please continue leading; I, for one, will follow.


Name: Dr Karlheinz Bobosch
Location: Germany
Email: K.Bobosch@gmx.de
Date: 4/10/2004
Time: 12:23:20 PM

Comment

Hi Jack Bruce, all good wishes with your recovery and the following years from here. Since more than 35 years I am a fan of your music. My ten years old son is infected also with the Bruce virus. Sometimes we play together (g,b)in our family, mostly old rock ballads. Now we are preparing for the next song:theme for an imaginary western... Take care Karlheinz Bobosch


Name: Martin Valkhoff
Location: De Heen, Netherlands
Email: valkhoff@supermail.nl
Date: 4/10/2004
Time: 6:10:15 PM

Comment

Dear Jack, News of your transplant came as quite a shock. My favourite composer, singer. Been playing your music since "The Creams". Even like your own albums better. "More Jack than God" is very, very good. Saw you twice in Rotterdam, one time with Leslie West in De Doelen, and with Clem Clempson in Parkzicht. Please be careful with your health, if it means not going on the road - don't. Warm greetings to Margrit and your family. Hope you enjoy a lot more years to come. Martin.


Name: Fabio
Location: Los Angeles
Email: 888@8yc.com
Date: 4/11/2004
Time: 12:05:37 AM

Comment

Jack,

So glad to hear good news. I check in to your website very infrequently and was very saddened to learn of your trouble. It is a shame such a big "pond" separates us! I would go to see you any chance I got. Funny story as I believe I saw you at the Strand in Redondo Beach only twice. I bought tickets once and had a mind fart! I showed up the day AFTER your performance! I felt like such an ASS! To be fair, I often forget what I had for breakfast! God speed and hope to see you in L.A. soon.

Best Fabio


Name: Fabio 
Location:
Email: 888@8yc.com
Date: 4/11/2004
Time: 12:08:14 AM

Comment

P.S. Do you give a heads up when you will be in town?


Name: Alasdair Dickson
Location: North London
Email: alasdairdickson@hotmail.com
Date: 4/11/2004
Time: 1:52:53 PM

Comment

Dear Mr. Bruce, Here's wishing you all the best for a speedy recovery. My dad introduced me to Harmony Row during my teens and it is now my Desert Island disc. I was going to single out Morning Story and The Consul at Sunset as my favourites but man, the whole album's amazing!

I really love Songs for a Taylor and Out of the Storm too and my next discovery will be Things We Like.

Thank you, thank you and thank you for all this wonderful music! (along with Pete Brown's wonderful words)

Take it easy, Alasdair Dickson.


Name: Alasdair Dickson
Location: North London
Email: alasdairdickson@hotmail.com
Date: 4/12/2004
Time: 6:57:52 AM

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p.s: Listening to Folk Song gives me goosebumps every time.


Name: Fabio
Location: Italy
Email: tull12it@yahoo.it
Date: 4/13/2004
Time: 7:53:33 AM

Comment

Dear Jack...auguri auguri auguri....un abbraccio da un fan Italiano....


Name: Mark Borrelli
Location: Charlottesville,Virginia
Email: markb@crutchfield.com
Date: 4/13/2004
Time: 4:24:26 PM

Comment

You have brought so much joy and inspiration to my life.I wish you a great recovery,and blessings to your family.Sincerely,markb


Name: Peter Schepke
Location: Sweden
Email: schepke@telia.com
Date: 4/13/2004
Time: 5:06:34 PM

Comment

I wish you a quick recovery Jack ! To know that there are a lot of people thinking of you, might help a bit on the way. Kind regards Peter Schepke


Name: Hardy CHAN
Location: Singapore
Email: chmcsoh@nus.edu.sg
Date: 4/14/2004
Time: 2:20:49 AM

Comment

I learnt of your liver transplant operation only yesterday and I trust that you are recovering well. Your music has given me much joy and enrichment through the years.

Take care

Hardy


Name: Larry Buss
Location: Clinton Illinois
Email: chmoore@a5.com
Date: 4/14/2004
Time: 11:52:23 AM

Comment

I am so glad to hear that Jack is recovering well. I am a big fan. My best memory of Jack was a concert with West, Bruce and Laing in 1972 at the Fox theatre in St. Louis, MO. J.Geils was the warm-up band. That was probably one of the best concerts I have attended. My friends and I still talk about it. Best wishes and a speedy recovery. Larry


Name: frank
Location: usa
Email: fcasale266@aol.com
Date: 4/14/2004
Time: 12:49:33 PM

Comment

jack- you have been one of my favorite artists since the days of cream- your music then and now bring me joy......

get well

frank


Name: Lukas I
Location: Torino, Italy
Email: italikkommandoh@libero.it
Date: 4/14/2004
Time: 6:17:09 PM

Comment

Dear Jack we know you are an Highlander! 1000 more songs... nobody will stop you.

best wishes from Italy

(I often remember the concert at Saalfelden with Mantler Band)


Name: Lukas I
Location: Torino, Italy
Email: italikkommandoh@libero.it
Date: 4/14/2004
Time: 6:17:23 PM

Comment

Dear Jack we know you are an Highlander! 1000 more songs... nobody will stop you.

best wishes from Italy

(I often remember the concert at Saalfelden with Mantler Band)


Name: Pete Willsher
Location: Cambridge
Email: p.willsher@ntlworld.com
Date: 4/14/2004
Time: 7:41:39 PM

Comment

Since the intro of 'NSU' on 'Fresh Cream' back '66 no other bass player has influenced me quite as much as you Jack. I wish you a swift recovery 'maestro'.


Name: André
Location: France
Email: lecam.family@wanadoo.fr
Date: 4/15/2004
Time: 9:50:03 AM

Comment

Hi Mr. Jack Bruce, I still remember the first time I heard Sunshine of your love. And since then you've always been the best bass player and one of my favorite singer. By the way, I apologize for the couple of bottles of milk I borrowed from you in 1970 in Kensington but I was hungry and it was a manner to leave you an hommage. Recover well, André


Name: Bob Murray
Location: Pound Ridge, NY, USA
Email: murrayvision2003@yahoo.com
Date: 4/15/2004
Time: 12:03:06 PM

Comment

Jack, I hope every morning brings you a little more health and strength. You've been an artistic hero of mine since the 60's, and you should know just how much all of your hard work and talent has enriched the lives of me and my friends. You're the king, and, to date, we still have not found a better rock and roll voice.

From beneath the volcano, I wish you the best. Thanks for poetry and the passion. Bob Murray


Name: Gary
Location: jack bruce
Email: ghsas@juno.com
Date: 4/15/2004
Time: 2:20:03 PM

Comment

Jack, I just read about you transplant and hope your recovery is smooth and healthy. I have listened to your music and think you are one of the greatest over the last 35 years. Gary Straus


Name: Michael Katon
Location: Hell,Michigan/U.S.A
Email: michael@katon.com
Date: 4/15/2004
Time: 6:58:06 PM

Comment

Hello Jack!, Hope you are feeling better every day!...I've been playing your songs since I started at age 13 in 1966!....In fact I was on a show with you once somewhere in Europe(can't exactly remember what country) during the BBM period(90's).....I was doing a gig the other night and someone yelled 'play some Cream!'....So we played Sunshine Of Your Love and Politician....and it was a blast...the people really dug hearing those tunes!....I wish all the best for you and hope for your continued recovery.....Warm Regards, Michael Katon www.katon.com


Name: Raeann
Location: Delaware, USA
Email: swlabr123@yahoo.com
Date: 4/15/2004
Time: 11:09:33 PM

Comment

Was just checking the latest news on this site, and am glad to hear you are recovering from your liver transplant well. I have loved your music throughout the years, starting when I was in high school in the 1980s and got into Cream big time. Would love to hear more music from you. Your album, Shadows in the Air is in my cd player as we speak. God Bless.


Name: Martin Bobbe
Location: Lelystad, The Netherlands
Email: m.bobbe@chello.nl
Date: 4/16/2004
Time: 6:57:22 AM

Comment

It's not your time to go yet, so get well and play and sing like a 20 year old ( at least feel like that when you're doing it )

All the best, Martin


Name: James Hopkins
Location: USA
Email: jmshop@webtv.net
Date: 4/16/2004
Time: 6:56:36 PM

Comment

Dear Jack Bruce:

It's good to see that word "recovering". Hope you can get back on the road soon.


Name: Seth Romano
Location: Berklee College of Music, Boston
Email: psychopastry82@msn.com
Date: 4/16/2004
Time: 7:59:33 PM

Comment

I'm so excited to hear Jack's health is in good shape. As a 21-year-old musician, I can say that his music continues to greatly, greatly inspire and influence myself and others in my age group. Jack, thanks so much for all you've given and good luck with everything!!!


Name: Hċkan Dahlén
Location:
Email:
Date: 4/16/2004
Time: 9:53:53 PM

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Name: Hċkan Dahlén
Location: Göteborg, Sweden
Email: hakan.dahlen@home.se
Date: 4/16/2004
Time: 10:10:43 PM

Comment

Plese get well!!! We lowe you, and hope you will sing more songs like "Why does love has to go wrong". That is a hell of a song! Thank You Jack. From me(52) and my daugter(18). See You!!


Name: Jim Layeux
Location: Toronto, Ontario   Canada
Email: edwardla@allstream.net
Date: 4/17/2004
Time: 8:49:09 AM

Comment

Just want to wish Jack a sure recovery, and my best wishes!


Name: Cliff Davis
Location: UK
Email: bassman1@btopenworld.com
Date: 4/17/2004
Time: 11:13:29 AM

Comment

Hope to see you on tour soon Jack. Get well soon buddy.


Name: Tom Marcinkiewicz
Location: VIctoria, British Columbia, Canada
Email: tmarc@shaw.ca
Date: 4/17/2004
Time: 3:29:29 PM

Comment

Thanks Jack for all of the years of great music. Good thoughts and best wishes for your continued recovery. I am a 60's fan who was in a number of Chicago bands (we recorded once at Chess Records). I also have a classical background (I play violin). I am a Vietnam era refugee to Canada (I left my family and friends behind in 1969). I feel compelled to tell you something that I am sure that you hear often, your music has helped sustain me trough many trying times over the decades. There is no way that I can thank you enough. Stay well. Tom


Name: Tom Marcinkiewicz
Location: VIctoria, British Columbia, Canada
Email: tmarc@shaw.ca
Date: 4/17/2004
Time: 3:29:55 PM

Comment

Thanks Jack for all of the years of great music. Good thoughts and best wishes for your continued recovery. I am a 60's fan who was in a number of Chicago bands (we recorded once at Chess Records). I also have a classical background (I play violin). I am a Vietnam era refugee to Canada (I left my family and friends behind in 1969). I feel compelled to tell you something that I am sure that you hear often, your music has helped sustain me trough many trying times over the decades. There is no way that I can thank you enough. Stay well. Tom


Name: LeRoi
Location: Poughkeepsie
Email: l.armstead@worldnet.att.net
Date: 4/17/2004
Time: 9:57:23 PM

Comment

Until I found this web site, I had no idea that you were ill. Your music has provided enjoyment to me and now my sons. I pray that God gives you a full recovery and that he cover you with his wings.


Name: Jim McNamara
Location: New Haven CT
Email: james22@snet.net
Date: 4/17/2004
Time: 10:44:28 PM

Comment

Jack I have enjoyed your music for many many years.I thank you for that. God speed in your recovery.


Name: Jim McNamara
Location: New Haven CT. USA
Email: james22@snet.net
Date: 4/17/2004
Time: 10:45:35 PM

Comment

Jack I have enjoyed your music for many many years.I thank you for that. God speed in your recovery.


Name: Derek Thomson
Location: Dundee, Scotland
Email: dct256@btinternet.com
Date: 4/18/2004
Time: 10:55:21 AM

Comment

Get well soon Jack - I've only seen you play once live - at the Bonar Hall Dundee on your 40th birthday - one of the best nights of my life - shortly after I took up the bass, your nephew Iain took some of us to that concert, and after seeing you, I almost gave up the bass, realising I would never have a fraction of your talent.


Name: Tom Baker
Location: Welwyn Garden City
Email: tom_b_123@hotmail.com
Date: 4/18/2004
Time: 4:01:36 PM

Comment

get well soon Jack! we need u 2 do another tour.


Name: Ian A. Holton
Location: Freiburg, Germany
Email: info@ian-holton.de
Date: 4/18/2004
Time: 4:55:03 PM

Comment

Jack,

hope you recover soon and all the best!

Ian


Name: Rich Roxx
Location: New York City, NY
Email: rich_roxx@yahoo.com
Date: 4/18/2004
Time: 7:16:19 PM

Comment

I heard the news and since I'm a fan of his music , I wish him nothing but only good luck and may he live to be 1000 years old.


Name: Carlos Ferreira
Location:
Email:
Date: 4/19/2004
Time: 4:00:49 PM

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Name: Carlos Ferreira
Location: Lisbon  Portugal
Email: carlosfer@netcabo.pt
Date: 4/19/2004
Time: 4:07:40 PM

Comment

Jack I reaaly wish your recover to be soon and sucessful, I'm your fan since Cream's time, and I was surprised about your liver transplant as I had pass through the same operation the 10 mars 2004 here in Lisbon and still recovering and willing to ear your new songs... So let's all get well and healthy for many years to come...

Carlos


Name: pat horgan
Location: new york
Email: pat@thunderroadband.com
Date: 4/20/2004
Time: 12:26:51 AM

Comment

Get well soon,Jack.All of my band members(all 7)are rooting for you...long time fans pat horgan & thunder road


Name: Kevin Barker
Location: Campbellford, Ontario, Canada
Email: i_am_paul@foskco.com
Date: 4/20/2004
Time: 9:28:09 AM

Comment

I do hope you recover from your surgery. You have greatly inspired me and my playing.


Name: Heino Gerken
Location: Bremen - Germany
Email: H-Gerken@web.de
Date: 4/20/2004
Time: 10:51:50 AM

Comment

Hi Jack, get well soon and give us more of your touching music. Because of you i have taken up bass and never had to regret it. Thanks man Heino


Name: CM
Location: USA
Email: cmphotos@verizon.net
Date: 4/20/2004
Time: 5:07:33 PM

Comment

I hope you are feeling better, Jack and thank you for all the great music thru the years !!! Take good care, be well, best of luck.


Name: john crouch
Location: canterbury ct
Email: petpals2
Date: 4/20/2004
Time: 6:47:00 PM

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Name: Lenny Jordan
Location: Atlanta, Ga
Email: lenny@string-it.com
Date: 4/20/2004
Time: 10:36:53 PM

Comment

Jack, hang in there and I am glad to hear you are doing well. Thank you for all the memories and music. My first album was Fresh Cream and it still rocks. Get well.....................


Name: Steve Spiegel
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii
Email: sspie88368@aol.com
Date: 4/21/2004
Time: 5:40:34 AM

Comment

Dear Jack,

Thank the higher power that you are OK and on the road to recovery. I have Hep C and my liver levels have remained just slightly elevated for 12 years. But that could change very quickly. I cannot say I know how you feel/felt but I did have some coping to do myself. What I do know is that I will never drink or use again, one day at a time.

I have been fortunate to have seen you perform about 4 years ago at the Hard Rock, in Las Vegas with Ringo. When you and Rudgren played your songs, I experienced what rock n roll heaven was like. Hands down... I know you are the best base player ever. Your voice is pretty terrific too. I can say it again thank G-d you are getting well. I only hope I am fortunate enough to see you perform again any of your music with any configuration of musicians.

If there is ever a Cream reunion, Steve, Bob and Mark will be the guys screaming and fainting! LOL Just like the first concert I ever went to (at Forrest Hills Tennis courts)a Beatles show during thier first tour of the USA, where all the teeny bopper girls cried and screamed, that would be us. We three say, anytime anyplace the cream would play, we are there.

Get well and thank you for all the hours nay days spent listening to your music.

My Best Wishes, Steve Spiegel


Name: Alfonso Bueno
Location: Madrid (Spain)
Email: alasenlospies@yahoo.es
Date: 4/21/2004
Time: 6:42:37 AM

Comment

Hi Jack. I hope you are better now. I'm a spanish fan, and I still think you are and you will be the best bass player in the world. Please get well soon cause the world needs your music and your huge imagination. A big hug.


Name: David Chamberlain
Location: WRFG FM Atlanta, Georgia USA
Email: chamberlaind@bellsouth.net
Date: 4/21/2004
Time: 4:00:25 PM

Comment

Jack~ hope your recovery is complete. You have always been an inspiration to me as a musician- keep on wondering! Dave Chamberlain WRFG FM Atlanta


Name: Ken MacDonald
Location: Perth, Western Australia
Email: ken44@iprimus.com.au
Date: 4/21/2004
Time: 11:48:42 PM

Comment

From back in the Cream days to now you have made me listen to the music. All that pleasure over so long. Speedy recovery..


Name: Joe Frank
Location: Wickenburg, AZ
Email: sandrail@primenet.com
Date: 4/22/2004
Time: 3:42:59 AM

Comment

Dear Jack. Words can not express how much joy and pleasure your music has afforded me. I have been a loyal fan since 1966... Until I left NYC, it was always an utmost highlight to see you perform at the old Club Bene down the shore in NJ and of course, the Bottom Line in the West Village.... PLEASE GET WELL and come perform in Phoenix AZ or Las Vegas soon!

Love the newest album and Shadows In The Air is also a gas....


Name: Joe DeCarlo
Location: WAllingford,Ct  U.S.A.
Email: jad3@sbcglobal.net
Date: 4/22/2004
Time: 6:24:27 PM

Comment

I am glad to hear you are recovering well. I hope to see you on tour some time again. I have seen you in yhe past and you were great! Whiteroom is my alltime favorite song. Tales of Brave Ulyssis is number two. I have seen you at Toads place in New Haven CT. Hopefuly I will see you there again. I was hoping you and Robin Trower would tour together Those were two great albums. You have an awesome voice that noone in Rock and Roll could match. You will be rememberred in my prayers.


Name: T.C.
Location: Ohio
Email: Cox.339@osu.edu
Date: 4/23/2004
Time: 5:34:59 AM

Comment

May God bless you with health and happiness and give you the strength required in such times. Thanks for all the great music. The latest album is superb.

Best wishes, T.C.


Name: Garry
Location: Co. Durham, England
Email: Caffthecat@aol.com
Date: 4/23/2004
Time: 8:06:26 AM

Comment

God speed your recovery, Jack. You had us worried for a while there.


Name: Les Hansen
Location: Appledore. N.Devon
Email: Les@lesterrilars.freeserve.co.uk
Date: 4/23/2004
Time: 2:53:36 PM

Comment

Get well again soon Jack as you and John Entwhistle taught me how to play bass 35 yrs ago and people say im not a bad player thanks to you.Cheers Les.


Name: charlie browne
Location: nashua,nh
Email: 03063
Date: 4/23/2004
Time: 7:28:04 PM

Comment

The mind can do incredible things,you have proved that through your music.Like you I am a organ transplant(kidney) survivor.Positive thoughts, good friends and creativity will get you through. Your music inspires us all.Look forward to seeing you again.A 36 year fan.


Name: Ella
Location: Wisconsin
Email: deliella@yahoo.com
Date: 4/24/2004
Time: 12:41:45 AM

Comment

All the best in the world to you Jack. By now I hope you're back to your wonderful sweet self...not that you aren't always!! It's great to hear you're coming along so well. It was so much fun seeing you a couple years ago with the All Starr band, hopefully I'll get another chance to see you again. Love to you and your family...Ella


Name: HERB  VARGAS
Location: BROOKLYN, N.Y.
Email: HERBICIDE67@AOL.COM
Date: 4/24/2004
Time: 2:22:31 AM

Comment

JACK HOPE YOUR FEELING AND DOING EXTREMELY WELL. I AM A 19 TIME VETERAN, INCLUDING TRAVELING OVERSEAS 3 TIMES, OF WITNESSING YOUR LIVE PERFORMANCES SINCE 1986! THERE IS NOTHING QUITE LIKE YOU LIVE!!! TAKE YOUR TIME WITH YOUR RECOVERY AND WHEN YOU ARE READY, COMEBACK WITH A VENGEANCE JACK!!! MUCH LOVE AND BEST OF HEALTH TO YOU! YOU ARE IN MY PRAYERS!!! A TRUE FAN!!!


Name: Jeff Romano
Location: USA
Email: jj5254@optonline.net
Date: 4/24/2004
Time: 7:35:30 AM

Comment

Jack,

I want to wish you the best of health and thank you for years of incredible music. God bless you. You're the best.


Name: Guyman Guy
Location: LA CA USA
Email: mumu19@aol.com
Date: 4/24/2004
Time: 8:15:18 AM

Comment

Soonest Recovery. I dey here oooo


Name:
Location:
Email:
Date: 4/24/2004
Time: 3:48:38 PM

Comment

Jack, please get the CREAM together again. Please


Name: Chris Goldsmith
Location: Urbana, Illinois, USA
Email: cgoldsmi at uiuc dot edu
Date: 4/25/2004
Time: 12:18:36 AM

Comment

Mr. Bruce,

Hello!

I'm glad to see your surgery went well! I wish you a smooth recovery.

Sincerely,

Chris Goldsmith


Name: John Valinch
Location: Sacramento, CA
Email: valinch@aol.com
Date: 4/25/2004
Time: 2:10:29 AM

Comment

All my prayers are with you and your family!! Looking forward to seeing you attack that bass again!!! God bless one of the best bass players!! Tony Williams understood!!!


Name: Michael
Location: Kontogiannis
Email: astryos@hotmail.com
Date: 4/25/2004
Time: 4:43:14 AM

Comment

Dear Jack,

I wish with all my heart your total recovery. I also would like to thank you for giving me such a strong vibrations through your magical music. I discovered your works from 1969 to 1978 only this year and I want to find out more about your world.

Best wishes Michael


Name: Kiril Ianatchkov
Location: Prague, Czech republic
Email: ianatchkovkir@yahoo.com
Date: 4/25/2004
Time: 12:49:31 PM

Comment

Hey Jack!

get well soon and put some more fine tunes of yours.


Name: Claudio Bonvecchio
Location: Trento - Italy
Email: claudiobonvecchio@hotmail.com
Date: 4/25/2004
Time: 5:00:02 PM

Comment

Hi Jack ! Get well soon ! I'm a bass player and I learned to play by listening to your outstanding bass lines particularly from the "Wheels of fire" album.You, John Entwistle and Chris Squire have been my bass teachers for many years. Best wishes !


Name: Pam & Bob Martin
Location: New Jersey
Email: cel-ebration@monmouth.com
Date: 4/25/2004
Time: 5:29:22 PM

Comment

Dear Jack--We've been fans since the 60's and think you are the best of the best. We've had the pleasure to see you in person several times and sincerely hope to do that again very soon. Please hang in there and get better! Two of your NJ fans--Pam & Bob


Name: Neil
Location: Minnesota
Email: neilmn@tcinternet.net
Date: 4/26/2004
Time: 3:09:33 AM

Comment

I've read that the Japanese honor certain people as "living treasures." We in the west should do the same, for you, Mr. Bruce, certainly deserve the honor. You have my best wishes for your speedy and complete recovery. The world needs more of your music.


Name: Michael Silvio
Location: Toronto, Canada
Email: geezerb4@yahoo.ca
Date: 4/26/2004
Time: 12:51:50 PM

Comment

Dear Jack, You, among others, had an impact on my life. A bigger impact is that you R still alive and recovering!I'm So Gald!

All the best!

M. Silvio


Name: Bert Monteiro
Location: Providence, Rhode Island; USA
Email: SmokinBert36@hotmail.com
Date: 4/26/2004
Time: 2:40:16 PM

Comment

Dear Jack;

Your Writing & Playing has been a Great Inspiration for so many people all around the World. No one could ever forget what you have done for the world of arts.

I wish you the best & I sure expect to see you back here in the states as soon as possible; so you can "Kick Some More Ass".

Bert Monteiro


Name: Bert Monteiro
Location: Providence, Rhode Island; USA
Email: SmokinBert36@hotmail.com
Date: 4/26/2004
Time: 2:42:14 PM

Comment

Dear Jack;

Your Writing & Playing has been a Great Inspiration for so many people all around the World. No one could ever forget what you have done for the world of arts.

I wish you the best & I sure expect to see you back here in the states as soon as possible; so you can "Kick Some More Ass".

Bert Monteiro


Name: Red Rock
Location: Turin - Italy
Email: red.rock@tin.it
Date: 4/26/2004
Time: 5:57:12 PM

Comment

Since i was a twelve y.o. i've started to hear your great music and voice. I hope (no..i'm sure) that in future will be again really possible to hear your music flow throught your golden fingers !!! Best wishes, hold on Jack P.S. sorry but my english isn't quite good !


Name: Adam Schaechtel
Location: Baltimore, Maryland- US
Email: Hay315@aol.com
Date: 4/26/2004
Time: 11:19:27 PM

Comment

Get well Jack, we are all looking forward to hearing some good news! By the way you should collaborate with David Grisman, the mandolinist!

Adam Schaechtel,

Age 19


Name: Jeffrey Gipner
Location: San Diego USA
Email: jeff.gipner@cox.net
Date: 4/27/2004
Time: 2:39:27 AM

Comment

Godspeed on a rapid recovery to the Voice...J.G.


Name: Vahagn
Location: Ċrhus, Denmark
Email: hedgehog6@hotmail.com
Date: 4/27/2004
Time: 4:13:46 PM

Comment

Dear Jack,-

I have recently learnt about your successful surgery - I would like to take this opportunity to say that I am very glad it went well and to wish you a complete and swift recovery! I have been listening to your awsome musicianship for forteen years now - right now in fact I am listening to Live Cream volume 2 - this is timeless, unique stuff! Get well soon and never fall ill again. Best wishes for the future, Vahagn.


Name: Dan Cox
Location: Los Angeles
Email: dantheman_90028@yahoo.com
Date: 4/27/2004
Time: 7:26:54 PM

Comment

Hi Jack, Hope all is well with you and your family. I feel like I have know you through the years...saw you at the Farewell Cream concert at the Forum in 68, the Roxy in the 80's and with Ringo in the 90's. I play bass because of you. Your music and brilliant lyrics have made millions of fans smile throughout the years. If you want to peer into a man's soul, just listen to the music he makes. Thanks Jack and here's to you! Speedy recovery my friend.

All the Best! Dan Cox


Name: James Cunningham
Location: North Carolina USA
Email: openyourbox@hotmail.com
Date: 4/27/2004
Time: 10:31:16 PM

Comment

Dear Jack, I love music but never wanted to play til I got a copy of Fresh Cream.( I quickly got a Gibson SG Bass) ..Then the 2 Graham Lps and of coarse "Songs..." & "Harmony Row" lps and all the rest. You change my life with out even knowing it. I wish you a quick and speedy recovery. I just wanted you to know what you and your music mean to me. All of us in The US send Love.

James PS. When your feeling great and ready to play...Please come and play for us in America.


Name: Bob Keegan
Location: keegan@elknet.net
Email: When Your Ready
Date: 4/28/2004
Time: 8:17:46 AM

Comment

Jack, hope you are back to 100% again and making music soon. I e-mailed your booking agent about an idea I had for a band. The band would be comprised of you and Ginger Baker and Mark Stein and Vince Martel formerly of Vanilla Fudge. I have suggested the idea to Mark Stein and I believe he is open to it if a promoter can be found to push the idea.

My suggestion for the name of the band would be Vanilla Cream Fudge, combining the hits of both Cream and the Fudge into one band.

I know the Carmine Appice and Tim Bogert would now have a new Vanilla Fudge will never play with Mark and Vince again and I know Eric will never reform Cream with you guys. So Move on. I think thousands of peopl would pay to see a hybred band like I suggested.

If interested contact Mark Stein @ www.mark-stein.com.


Name: Normand Vanasse
Location: Montreal, Canada
Email: nv@normandvanasse.com
Date: 4/28/2004
Time: 12:14:53 PM

Comment

Dear Jack, I wish you the best of health, and keep the spirit. Your music is inspired from the goddess, and you are a hard-working man. Thank you for giving me that part of yourself. I am indebted. And thanks for the reissues !


Name: Jim Doherty
Location: Chicago
Email: thejimdoherty@hotmail.com
Date: 4/28/2004
Time: 12:24:06 PM

Comment

Dear Jack,

I wish you all the best in your recovery. and would also like to take this time to thank you for the years of fine, inspiring music you've given us. I always look forward to more. I've always considered your voice to be one of the most unique and superb voices in rock. I still have vivid memories of your concert in Chicago in 1989 or 90 (with Ginger), at some relatively tiny bar named Biddy Mulligan's. The place was jammed, it was one of the most bitterly cold nights I can remember, your bus was late, the crowd was a disrespectful, unruly bunch. But then the music started, and suddenly everyone remembered just who they were listening to. I remember you being superb that night, and the second half of the show, when Ginger also played, was truly one the most mystical musical experiences of my life.

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Please get well, and bless us with more of your music.

Most sincerely,

Jim Doherty


Name: Ellen McIlwaine
Location: Calgary, Alberta Canada
Email: ellen@ellenmcilwaine.com
Date: 4/28/2004
Time: 1:56:54 PM

Comment

dear dear jack...i have just been through a hip replacement (recovery is going great) and had no idea you were having a liver transplant! i hope you are suffering as little as possible and that your body adjusts to the new liver completely and that you are soon on your feet again. please let me know if you get this email if you can...i will put a link to your website from my "ellen's favourite artists" page at www.ellenmcilwaine.com take good care my friend! love, ellen


Name: Scott H. Colborn
Location: Lincoln, NE, USA
Email: kcolborn@inebraska.com
Date: 4/28/2004
Time: 10:33:28 PM

Comment

Hello Jack,

Sending you good vibes and well-wishing. Heard you and Cream in Des Moines, Iowa, in `68. I've always enjoyed your bass playing and singing, Jack. Thanks for all the good music. I hope your creative well continues to be full, and that you have a great adventure in this life.

All the best. Walk in Beauty, Peace. Scott


Name: David, Graeme and PJ
Location: Chester
Email: chester@dawsons.co.uk
Date: 4/29/2004
Time: 6:02:03 AM

Comment

Great to hear the good news. May you get stronger every day. We're thinking of you...


Name: Nathan
Location: Calgary, Canada
Email: no
Date: 4/29/2004
Time: 3:19:50 PM

Comment

Hey Jack hope that liver heals up so u can have a celebratory drink!

Cream rocks, definetly better than ANY band from 95-2004.


Name: Todd Hart
Location: Naples, Fl. USA
Email: info@toddhart.com
Date: 4/29/2004
Time: 4:09:01 PM

Comment

Being one of Jack's greatest fans I was extremely happy to find out he was doing well. I have been a blues vocalist/guitarist for thirty years, and one of my most prized posessions is his autograph I got from him when I (my trio) opened a show for him at the Agora in Cleveland 1980. It says " To Todd - He ain't the Richmond", (ref: Songs for a Tailor). It hangs framed on my wall today. After touring with Savoy Brown as lead vocalist for many shows, I still return to the music I love the most and the great freshness his music meant to me. I wish the very best for him and hope he knows his energy and voice, are and always will be a deep source of inspiration to me. Looking forward to hearing updates or any communication. I can be reached: www.toddhart.com or my email:info@toddhart.com Thanx,and all the best, Todd


Name: willem rabbelier
Location: groningen, the netherlands
Email: rabbel@home.nl
Date: 4/29/2004
Time: 4:55:43 PM

Comment

Dear Jack, Been a fan of you since the Creamy days. Just heard recently about your serious condition and your operation and was deeply shocked. Jack, you seriously enriched my life. You're actually the only one who can let rise my bloodpressure in a healthy way, bring tears to my eyes and touch my heart with your voice, wonderful songs and extreme creativeness. I ow you more than one. From the bottom of my heart: get better, get well and live as long as I live... I will do my best.

Love, Willem


Name: willem rabbelier
Location: groningen, the netherlands
Email: rabbel@home.nl
Date: 4/29/2004
Time: 4:56:03 PM

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Dear Jack, Been a fan of you since the Creamy days. Just heard recently about your serious condition and your operation and was deeply shocked. Jack, you seriously enriched my life. You're actually the only one who can let rise my bloodpressure in a healthy way, bring tears to my eyes and touch my heart with your voice, wonderful songs and extreme creativeness. I ow you more than one. From the bottom of my heart: get better, get well and live as long as I live... I will do my best.

Love, Willem


Name: Luke Rifugiato
Location: Pittsbrgh, PA, USA
Email: chessmate26@aol.com
Date: 4/29/2004
Time: 9:11:30 PM

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To the greatest singer/songwriter/bass player in the world, Jack Bruce. Get well soon.


Name: dominique vivier
Location: france
Email: vivierdominique@yahoo.fr
Date: 4/30/2004
Time: 11:34:45 AM

Comment

cher ginger,j'aurais tellement aimer jouer avec un bassiste comme toi!t'es le meilleur...tu peux visiter mon livre d'or http://membres.lycos.fr/domimusique/salut domi


Name: Simons
Location: Naperville, IL US
Email: simons@lightfirst.com
Date: 4/30/2004
Time: 7:04:31 PM

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Best of luck on Jack's recovery! Jack, your music has brought so many, many moments of joy to our family for oh so many years. Your latest CD, "More Jack Than God" is fantastic. You are the ultimate in music - writer, player, arranger. More power to you! We're playing your music and pulling for you and your family.


Name: Kevin
Location: Orlando
Email: kvnxtc@yahoo.com
Date: 4/30/2004
Time: 8:58:15 PM

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Name: John McLaren
Location: Hattersheim,Germany
Email: johnmtk@aol.com
Date: 5/1/2004
Time: 6:22:55 AM

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Sorry to hear about your illness Jack. I grew up over the decades with your music, even tried playing bass like you in the "old days"! take care John (exiled "Inselmensch")


Name: jeff turek
Location: hamburg, germany
Email: jeff.turek@hanse.net
Date: 5/1/2004
Time: 11:38:18 AM

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1.may.04 just read about the transplant. thank God everything is ok. i'll take this chance to say "Thank You", Jack... tomorrow i'll be 48 years old,and for 38 of those 48 you've been an important influence. listening to your music is always like going home, i always return to a special room in my heart, my soul, somewhere deep inside, someplace very beautiful, and your voice, and your music is the only bridge to that very special place. i was born and grew up in new york but have been living in germany for quite a while now. you are one of the reasons that i became an artist and musician. (i wish sometimes you'd written a song which would have warned me a bit more clearly about what an incredible pain in the ass it is being an artist! but then again, you did sing "born under a bad sign".) Jack. i really do thank God that you are here.it's very strange to feel so very close to someone you`ve never met. you are a part of me just as my parents and brothers are. as long as i live i`ll have that special place in my heart to go to when things are good or when there bad. Jack, you built that place. Thank you. Please get well soon. wishing you health, peace, and love. - jeff turek


Name: jim lyness
Location: gosport hants
Email:
Date: 5/1/2004
Time: 11:55:24 AM

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jack get well soon mate,even though I am now an amateur jazz guitarist your music still blows me away. Wheels of fire is stiil as much of a blast as a Love supreme by lohn coltrane on my car CD player.


Name: Roelf Welkenhuizen
Location: Maastricht, Netherlands
Email:
Date: 5/2/2004
Time: 4:48:16 AM

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Get well Jack so you can go on playing your wonderful and powerful music!


Name: Tony Laycock
Location: Newcastle-on-Tyne
Email: alne11244@blueyonder.co.uk
Date: 5/2/2004
Time: 6:04:27 AM

Comment

Heart felt wishes for a full recovery.


Name: adrian
Location: garden bay bc
Email: thecanadrian@uniserve.com
Date: 5/2/2004
Time: 1:10:20 PM

Comment

Hope that all goes well with your health.You are the Bach of our generation. More Jack than God is great and really looking forward to the next one.You are one of a kind and one of the few who continues to make great NEW music.


Name: Glenn DEAN Ball
Location: Abilene, Texas
Email: commtech@nts-online.net
Date: 5/2/2004
Time: 6:37:55 PM

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Jack, I am 50 and been enjoying your music since I was about 15 or 16; in fact, I was listening to Theme From An Imaginary Western today. Though we've never met, you and the millions of other 60's/70's brothers that I've never met all mean so very, very much to me. When I get to heaven, it won't be heaven if you and they aren't there. I actually have cried every single time I hear of one of our great musicians leaving this earth. I would miss you, too. So I send you my love, I ask God to bless you, heal you, and give you many more wonderful years upon this earth. Your grateful admirer and friend, An Old Hippie, Dean From Abilene (Glenn Dean Ball) commtech@nts-online.net