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Halcyon Days (album)

The invasion of the Brits! Bruce is joined by Elton John, Eric Clapton and Sting. This was Bruce’s sole release under the Columbia label.

Harbor Lights

The song starts with one of those mellow piano ditties that are so characteristic of Bruce (Song C, Song D, beginning of The Show Goes On etc…). However, with a

Harbor Lights (album)

Bruce’s debut record with a solo credit. His band at this point is effectively a trio with guests, with John Molo on drums and the Yellowjackets’ Jimmy Haslip on bass.

Harmonica

Played by: Huey Lewis on: The Way It Is (album) Scenes from the Southside Jimmie Wood on: Night on the Town (album)  

Here Come the Noisemakers

Another double album, this is the first commercially released live record, with performances from 1998 to 2000, and songs spanning Bruce’s entire career, with some choice covers.

Horns.

Played by: Branford Marsalis on: Harbor Lights (album) George A. Gailes III on: Harbor Lights (album) Glenn Wilson on: Harbor Lights (album) Roy Muth on: Harbor Lights (album)  

Hot House

Bruce recreates the live atmosphere in the studio, along with Chaka Khan, Pat Metheny, Levi Little, David Hollister, and with his last recorded material, Jerry Garcia.

Hot House Ball

OK, OK – after about 18 months of people mailing me with this one, I finally get round to writing this song up properly. Hot House Ball is, it seems,

Huey Lewis

Albums: The Way It Is (album) – harmonica, vocals on Down the Road Tonight Scenes from the Southside – harmonica on Defenders of the Flag