9 thoughts on “ Bill Brufords Earthworks - Earthworks (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Label: Editions EG - EGEDC 48 • Format: Cassette Album Dolby Chrome • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Fusion, Contemporary Jazz Bill Bruford's Earthworks - Earthworks (, Dolby Chrome, Cassette) | Discogs5/5(1).
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Bill Bruford's Earthworks - Earthworks at Discogs. Complete your Bill Bruford's Earthworks collection/5().
  3. Label: Editions EG - EEGCD 48 • Format: CD Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Fusion, Contemporary Jazz Bill Bruford's Earthworks - Earthworks (, CD) | Discogs Explore5/5(1).
  4. Bill Bruford's Earthworks ‎– Earthworks Label: ООО "Канкард" ‎– KDCD , ООО "Канкард" ‎– CJFCD /5(1).
  5. It was in when Bill Bruford's Jazz Project "Earthworks" got off the ground. The debut album by Earthworks entitled "Bill Bruford's Earthworks" might seem like Bruford took a quantum leap from Progressive Rock to Modern Jazz, but when you closely examine things /5(17).
  6. Drummer Bill Bruford pursued his jazzy side with the Earthworks quartet until he retired from performing at the start of Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓ Credits ↓.
  7. Bill Bruford's Earthworks were a British jazz band led by drummer Bill disftersterwesuchmo.taibigcutuhodobilwinipurefheo.co band recorded several albums for Editions EG, Discipline Global Mobile and Summerfold Records.. Earthworks went through several line-ups: in addition to the band's accomplishments as a unit, Earthworks was a training ground for Django Bates, Iain Ballamy, Patrick Clahar, Mark Hodgson, Steve Hamilton and Gwilym.
  8. About Earthworks Having already spent twenty years on the cutting edge of modern rock percussion, Bill Bruford formed Earthworks in , as a deliberate return to his roots in jazz. Availing himself of the brightest young talent on the burgeoning U.K. jazz scene, namely keyboardist and tenor horn.
  9. Bill Bruford's Earthworks A Part, and Yet Apart cd BBSF CD Tracks: 9. The title refers to the idea of wanting to be a part of something, but yet being regarded by others - or yourself - as still an outsider. Too jazz for rock, and too rock for jazz. Earthworks needed a come-back album that took no prisoners, and much of this I really like.

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