BBM ("Bruce-Baker-Moore") is the name of the short-lived power trio formed in 1993, by long established artists, bassistJack Bruce, drummer Ginger Baker and guitarist Gary Moore. They released just one album, entitled Around The Next Dream, which was released on the Virgin record label. It reached Number 9 in the UK Albums Chart in the summer of 1994, but spent only four weeks in the listings.[3] The track, "Where in the World" was issued as a single, reaching Number 57 in the UK Singles Chart in August 1994.[3] Much of the work was written by Moore with contributions by Bruce and Baker. The album cover featured a picture of Baker.

The band went on a short UK tour to coincide with the album's release and also played a handful of rock festivals on the continent, before disbanding.

Around the Next Dream track listing[edit]Edit

All songs written by Gary MooreGinger Baker and Jack Bruce, except where noted.

CD release
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Waiting in the Wings"   Moore, Bruce 3:42
2. "City of Gold"   Moore, Bruce, Kip Hanrahan 3:57
3. "Where in the World"   Moore, Bruce 5:23
4. "Can’t Fool the Blues"   Moore, Bruce, Hanrahan 5:15
5. "High Cost of Loving"   Alan Jones, Sherwin Hamlett 5:14
6. "Glory Days"   4:23
7. "Why Does Love (Have to Go Wrong?)"   8:47
8. "Naked Flame"   Moore 6:06
9. "I Wonder Why (Are You So Mean to Me?)"   Albert King 5:00
10. "Wrong Side of Town"   Moore 4:00
2002 remastered CD bonus tracks
No. Title Writer(s) Length
11. "Danger Zone"   6:00
12. "World Keeps on Turning"   Peter Green 7:53
13. "Sitting on Top of the World(Live) Walter Vinson, Lonnie Chatmon 6:22
14. "I Wonder Why (Are You So Mean to Me?)" (Live) King 5:08


  • Ian Taylor – producer, engineer together with BBM
  • Tommy Eyre – keyboards
  • Arran Ahmun – drums on "Where in the World"
  • Morris Murphy – trumpet on "Glory Days"

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