Clare Teal presents the first part of a BBC Big Band concert featuring bassist, singer and songwriter
Jack Bruce , with music from his solo career as well as his material from his late-1960s band Cream.
4/4. Producer Don Was recalls his work with Kristofferson on the latter's 2006 album This Old Road, which has been compared to works by Johnny Cash. Kristofferson talks of his debt to Cash, while those discussing their debt to Kristofferson include Hayes Carll and Todd Snider. Plus input from Emmylou Harris and Lloyd Cole. With Steve Earle.
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