|1||Keep It Down||3:41|
|2||Pieces Of Mind||5:30|
|3||Into The Storm||4:38|
|5||Running Through Our Hands||4:11|
|8||Keep On Wondering||3:08|
|2394-143||Jack Bruce||Out Of The Storm (LP, Album)||RSO||2394-143||UK||1974|
|2479 123||Jack Bruce||Out Of The Storm (LP, Album, RE)||RSO||2479 123||Germany||Unknown|
|SO 4805||Jack Bruce||Out Of The Storm (LP, Album, SP )||RSO||SO 4805||US||1974|
|2479 123||Jack Bruce||Out Of The Storm (LP, Album)||RSO||2479 123||France||1974|
|065 606-2||Jack Bruce||Out Of The Storm (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Polydor, Universal||065 606-2||UK||2003|
- Drums – Jim Gordon (tracks: A1, B3, B4), Jim Keltner (tracks: A2, A3, A4, B1, B2)
- Engineer – Austin
- Engineer, Producer, Remix [Engineer] – Andy Johns
- Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Steve Hunter
- Mastered By – Pecko (tracks: B1 to B4), Porky (tracks: A1 to A4)
- Music By – Janet Godfrey (tracks: A3)
- Photography By – Roger Phillips
- Remix [Engineer] – Dennis Weinreich
- Vocals, Piano, Bass, Clavinet, Electric Piano [Fender], Organ, Harmonium, Harmonica, Music By, Words By, Producer – Jack Bruce
- Words By – Pete Brown
Released with inner sleeve containing lyrics on one side.
On lyrics insert: All lyrics copyright © 1974 Yellow Dog Music, Inc./RSO Publishing, inc.
On rear sleeve: All selections published by Yellow Dog/RSO Publishing,Inc., ASCAP
On labels: Dist. by Atlantic Recording Corp.
On rear sleeve: Distributed by Atlantic Recording Corporation.
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 label): ST-SO-743223RI
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 label): ST-SO-743224RI
- Other (Price code, on spine): 0698
- Record Company – RSO Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – RSO Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Yellow Dog Music, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – RSO Records, Inc.
- Published By – Yellow Dog Music, Inc.
- Published By – RSO Publishing, Inc.
- Distributed By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Printed By – Queens Litho
- Recorded At – Record Plant, Los Angeles
- Recorded At – Record Plant, Sausalito
- Mixed At – Record Plant, Los Angeles
- Mixed At – Record Plant, Sausalito
- Mixed At – Olympic Studios
- Mixed At – Scorpio Studios
- Pressed By – PRC Recording Company, Richmond, IN
- Mastered At – Atlantic Studios
Out of the Storm is the fourth studio album by Scottish musician Jack Bruce. It was Bruce's first solo effort in over three years and was recorded and released in 1974, following the dissolution of the power trio West, Bruce and Laing. Originally Bruce had wanted to title the album Into The Storm but, according to Bruce, we couldn't find any stormy weather. We gave up and instead we found a little wood. Songs in album Jack Bruce - Out Of The Storm 1974. Jack Bruce - Pieces Of Mind. Jack Bruce - Golden Days. Jack Bruce - Running Through Our Hands. Jack Bruce - Keep On Wondering. Jack Bruce - Keep It Down. Jack Bruce - Into The Storm. Jack Bruce - One. Jack Bruce. Out of the Storm. Out Of The Storm is Jack Bruce yet again taking a different path. No one can accuse this man of being redundant as he leaves behind the hard rock of Whatever Turns You On from his 1973 work with West, Bruce & Laing and takes on Steely Dan with a track like Keep On Wondering. The problem with West, Bruce & Laing is that they should have been the back-up band providing Jack Bruce the vehicle to express his artistry. Out Of The Storm is a music studio album recording by JACK BRUCE Jazz RockFusionProgressive Rock released in 1974 on cd, lp, vinyl andor cassette. Only for completionists 0. The album abounds with molten, subtly syncopated grooves and bracing lead guitar work the latter courtesy of Detroit axeman Steve Hunter. One is a particular standout thanks to Bruces soulful vocals and Hunters Spanish guitar embellishments. Pete Browns lyrics have a darkly intimate quality, adding to Out of the Storm's overall impact. Listen free to Jack Bruce Out Of The Storm Pieces Of Mind, Golden Days and more. 8 tracks 38:09. Relaese date: 1974 Label: PolyGram Out Of The Storm is Jack Bruce yet again taking a different path. Listen to Out Of The Storm right now. The album represented Jacks return to his solo career after the West, Bruce & Laing rock trio had reached its conclusion. It was produced by Bruce and Andy Johns, who had overseen WBLs Why Dontcha set of 1972. Johns was a go-to studio man for many of the rock powerhouses of the day, notably as engineer for both Led Zeppelin on 73s Houses Of The Holy and with the Rolling Stones across several albums: his work on Its Only Rock n Roll was unveiled almost simultaneously with Bruces album. Out Of The Storm saw Jack join his former Cream bandmate Er. Jack Bruce Out Of The Storm LP 1974 Condition: Used. Time left: 2d 8h 38m 29s Ships to: Worldwide. The best album by Jack Bruce is Songs For A Tailor which is ranked number 9057 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 125. Jack Bruce album bestography. Higher ranked 41,695th This album 43,556th Lower ranked 83,937th MonkjackOut Of The StormA Question Of Time. Upcoming concerts. Released 2003. Out of the Storm Tracklist. Golden Days Lyrics. Out of the Storm Q&A. More Jack Bruce albums. Silver Rails. More Jack Than God. Show all albums by Jack Bruce. Out of the Storm is a jazz related rock music album recording by JACK BRUCE released in 1974 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette