Cream – Jack Bruce – Signed Harmonica Played At Cream Reunion
Jack Bruce’s harmonica, used by him at the 2005 Cream reunion concerts at Royal Albert Hall; signed and authenticated by him. On May 2, 2005 the original members of Cream, Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce, reunited for their first concerts in 37 years; generating a huge amount of worldwide media attention, as well as a successful live album and DVD. We’re honored to offer here the actual harmonica Bruce played during those shows, autographed by the Cream legend, and with a letter of authenticity also signed by him. Bruce’s virtuoso harmonica playing can be seen on the live DVD during Cream’s performances of “Rollin’ and Tumblin'” and “Sitting On Top of The World” (see video capture images here.) We obtained this directly from Jack Bruce’s daughter, Natascha, who sold it as part of a fundraiser. Accompanying this harmonica is a handwritten letter of authenticity in the hand of Natascha Bruce, signed by her and by Jack Bruce. This is an extremely rare–perhaps unique–opportunity to obtain an instrument played by Jack Bruce with Cream, with perfect provenance. As with everything we offer, this is guaranteed authentic without time limit.
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