(For the film, see Harmony Row (1933 film).) Harmony Row is the third studio album by Scottish musician Jack Bruce, originally released in July 1971. The album takes its title from a tenement street in Glasgow, near where Bruce grew up. The street, since demolished, was famous as the largest unbroken houserow in Europe, stretching for over a mile. The album's cover photo was taken near the Harmony Row tenement. The song "The Consul at Sunset", which was inspired by the Malcolm Lowry novel Under the Volcano, was released as a single in 1971 (Polydor 2058-153, b/w "A Letter of Thanks").

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  • Harmony Row – rockowy album Jacka Bruce'a nagrany i wydany w 1971 r. (pl)
  • (For the film, see Harmony Row (1933 film).) Harmony Row is the third studio album by Scottish musician Jack Bruce, originally released in July 1971. The album takes its title from a tenement street in Glasgow, near where Bruce grew up. The street, since demolished, was famous as the largest unbroken houserow in Europe, stretching for over a mile. The album's cover photo was taken near the Harmony Row tenement. Although since cited by Bruce as his favourite solo album, Harmony Row did not chart upon its release (it did continue to sell over a long period of time consistently). The album would be his last solo effort for over three years, as Bruce would join the power trio West, Bruce and Laing (with whom he would record three albums) in early 1972. The song "The Consul at Sunset", which was inspired by the Malcolm Lowry novel Under the Volcano, was released as a single in 1971 (Polydor 2058-153, b/w "A Letter of Thanks"). (en)
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  • (For the film, see Harmony Row (1933 film).) Harmony Row is the third studio album by Scottish musician Jack Bruce, originally released in July 1971. The album takes its title from a tenement street in Glasgow, near where Bruce grew up. The street, since demolished, was famous as the largest unbroken houserow in Europe, stretching for over a mile. The album's cover photo was taken near the Harmony Row tenement. The song "The Consul at Sunset", which was inspired by the Malcolm Lowry novel Under the Volcano, was released as a single in 1971 (Polydor 2058-153, b/w "A Letter of Thanks"). (en)
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