I purchased this album back in the very early 1970s, when I was going to California College of Arts and Crafts. I’ve been looking to replace it for a long time. Many thanks to my friend Don Brown, who found a copy of the CD for me. It’s a jazz album by Jack Bruce, the versatile bassist that played with Cream, and who’s also had a long and celebrated career as a soloist and a jazz collaborator. This album includes Jack Bruce on bass, Dick Heckstall-Smith on sax, Jon Hiseman on drums, and John McLaughlin on guitar.
William E. Elston is a professional artist and teacher living in the Pacific Northwest. He has exhibited for over 40 years, and has works in numerous public and private collections, both in the region and internationally. He is best known for urban and rural landscape images. He is also a founding member of the Northwest Figurative Artists' Alliance.
Aside from teaching painting, Mr. Elston also teaches karate, and has yondan rank in the World Seido Karate Organization.