Jack Bruce Dies

Cream bassist/vocalist dies at 71

Cream bassist/vocalist Jack Bruce died Oct. 25 from complications stemming from liver disease. He was 71. Founded in London in 1966, Cream — Bruce, guitarist Eric Clapton and drummer Ginger Baker — were hailed as one of rock's original supergroups with a sound marked by blues, hard rock and psychedelic flourishes. The trio released four studio albums in four years before disbanding, including 1968's Wheels Of Fire, which topped the Billboard 200.

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The Rolling Stones

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