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Playlist of Allan Holdsworth & Bill Bruford,Jeff Berlin,Dave Stewart

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  • Allan Holdsworth & Bill Bruford,Jeff Berlin,Dave Stewart-Sahara Of Snow

    7:07

    Sahara Of Snow(B.Bruford)

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  • Bill Bruford feat Allan Holdsworth & Jeff Berlin - Live 1979

    42:40

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  • Palewell Park

    4:02

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Palewell Park · Bill Bruford

    Master Strokes 1978-1985

    ℗ 1980 Virgin Records Ltd

    Released on: 1986-01-01

    Producer: Bill Bruford
    Producer: Ron Malo
    Associated Performer, Piano: Dave Stewart
    Associated Performer, Bass: Jeff Berlin
    Composer: Bill Bruford

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  • Bruford - Beelzebub / Forever Until Sunday / Five G - Live 1979 HQ

    14:51

    Recorded live at Oxford Tech, March 7 1979 by BBC

    - Bill Bruford / drums, percussion
    - Allan Holdsworth / guitar
    - Jeff Berlin / bass
    - Dave Stewart / keyboards




    Audio Remastered by BrunoSamppa, 2017

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  • One Of A Kind - Part One

    2:21

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    One Of A Kind - Part One · Bill Bruford

    Master Strokes 1978-1985

    ℗ 1979 Virgin Records Ltd

    Released on: 1986-01-01

    Producer, Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion, Cymbals: Bill Bruford
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Allan Holdsworth
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Dave Stewart
    Associated Performer, Bass: Jeff Berlin
    Composer: Bill Bruford

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  • Five G

    4:47

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Five G · Bill Bruford

    Master Strokes 1978-1985

    ℗ 1979 Virgin Records Ltd

    Released on: 1986-01-01

    Producer, Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion, Cymbals: Bill Bruford
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Allan Holdsworth
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Dave Stewart
    Associated Performer, Bass: Jeff Berlin
    Composer: Berlin
    Composer: Stewart
    Composer: Bill Bruford

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  • Beelzebub

    3:23

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Beelzebub · Bill Bruford

    Master Strokes 1978-1985

    ℗ 1978 Virgin Records Ltd

    Released on: 1986-01-01

    Producer, Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion, Cymbals: Bill Bruford
    Producer: Robin Lumley
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Allan Holdsworth
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Dave Stewart
    Associated Performer, Bass: Jeff Berlin
    Composer: Bill Bruford

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  • Fainting In Coils

    6:38

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Fainting In Coils · Bill Bruford

    Master Strokes 1978-1985

    ℗ 1979 Virgin Records Ltd

    Released on: 1986-01-01

    Producer, Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion, Cymbals: Bill Bruford
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Allan Holdsworth
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Dave Stewart
    Associated Performer, Bass: Jeff Berlin
    Associated Performer, Spoken Word: Unknown
    Composer: Bill Bruford

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  • Hells Bells

    3:35

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Hell's Bells · Bill Bruford

    Master Strokes 1978-1985

    ℗ 1979 Virgin Records Ltd

    Released on: 1986-01-01

    Producer, Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion, Cymbals: Bill Bruford
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Allan Holdsworth
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Dave Stewart
    Associated Performer, Bass: Jeff Berlin
    Composer: Stewart
    Composer: Gowen

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  • Travels With Myself - And Someone Else

    6:15

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Travels With Myself - And Someone Else · Bill Bruford

    Master Strokes 1978-1985

    ℗ 1979 Virgin Records Ltd

    Released on: 1986-01-01

    Producer, Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion, Cymbals: Bill Bruford
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Allan Holdsworth
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Dave Stewart
    Associated Performer, Bass: Jeff Berlin
    Composer: Bill Bruford

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  • One Of A Kind - Part Two

    4:06

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    One Of A Kind - Part Two · Bill Bruford

    Master Strokes 1978-1985

    ℗ 1979 Virgin Records Ltd

    Released on: 1986-01-01

    Producer, Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion, Cymbals: Bill Bruford
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Allan Holdsworth
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Dave Stewart
    Associated Performer, Bass: Jeff Berlin
    Composer: Bill Bruford
    Composer: Stewart

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  • If You Cant Stand The Heat

    3:28

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    If You Can't Stand The Heat · Bill Bruford

    Master Strokes 1978-1985

    ℗ 1978 Virgin Records Ltd

    Released on: 1986-01-01

    Producer, Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion, Cymbals: Bill Bruford
    Producer: Robin Lumley
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Allan Holdsworth
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Dave Stewart
    Associated Performer, Bass: Jeff Berlin
    Composer: Stewart
    Composer: Bill Bruford

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  • The Sahara Of Snow

    5:06

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    The Sahara Of Snow (Part One) · Bruford

    The Bruford Tapes

    ℗ 1979 Virgin Records Ltd

    Released on: 1979-01-01

    Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion: Bill Bruford
    Associated Performer, Guitar: John Clark
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Dave Stewart
    Associated Performer, Bass: Jeff Berlin
    Studio Personnel, Mixer, Engineer: Jeff Kracke
    Composer: Bill Bruford
    Composer: Richard Jobson

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  • Joe Frazier

    4:46

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Joe Frazier · Bill Bruford

    Master Strokes 1978-1985

    ℗ 1980 Virgin Records Ltd

    Released on: 1986-01-01

    Producer, Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion, Cymbals: Bill Bruford
    Producer: Ron Malo
    Associated Performer, Guitar: John Clark
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Dave Stewart
    Associated Performer, Bass: Jeff Berlin
    Composer: Berlin

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  • Beelzebub

    3:53

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Beelzebub (Live From My Father's Place,Roslyn,New York,United States/1979) · Bruford

    The Bruford Tapes

    ℗ 1979 Virgin Records Ltd

    Released on: 1979-01-01

    Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion: Bill Bruford
    Associated Performer, Guitar: John Clark
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Dave Stewart
    Associated Performer, Bass: Jeff Berlin
    Studio Personnel, Mixer, Engineer: Jeff Kracke
    Composer: Bill Bruford

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  • Bruford - Q.E.D.

    7:51

    From the album Gradually Going Tornado (E.G. Records, 1980). Guitar: John Clark / Keyboards: Dave Stewart / Bass: Jeff Berlin / Drums: Bill Bruford. Recorded at Surrey Sound Studio. Produced by Bill Bruford and Ron Malo.

  • Sample And Hold

    6:36

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Sample And Hold (Live From My Father's Place,Roslyn,New York,United States/1979) · Bruford

    The Bruford Tapes

    ℗ 1979 Virgin Records Ltd

    Released on: 1979-01-01

    Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion: Bill Bruford
    Associated Performer, Guitar: John Clark
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Dave Stewart
    Associated Performer, Bass: Jeff Berlin
    Studio Personnel, Mixer, Engineer: Jeff Kracke
    Composer: Bill Bruford
    Composer: Stewart

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  • Bill Bruford - The Abingdon Chasp

    4:55

    From the Album One of a Kind (1979)

    One of a Kind is an album by the British band Bruford. It was released in 1979 and is a collection of progressive melodies with much jazz exploration, in style that can be defined within the limits of jazz fusion. The group led by drummer Bill Bruford features guitarist Allan Holdsworth, bassist Jeff Berlin and keyboardist Dave Stewart.

  • Bill Bruford - The Abingdon Chasp.

    4:52

    from the 1979 album One of a Kind, composed by guitarist Allan Holdsworth.

  • Bill Bruford - Seems Like A Lifetime Ago

    7:02

    Feels Good To Me (1977)


    Bill Bruford - Percusión y vibráfono
    Annette Peacock - Voz
    Allan Holdsworth - Guitarra
    Dave Stewart - Piano y moogs
    Jeff Berlin - Bajo
    Kenny Wheeler - Fiscorno

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  • 1979 Fusion playalong on bas

    3:48

    Tip voor volgende repetitie?
    lekker nummer voor alle muzikanten en t tussenstuk kun je zelf invullen als de gitaar te heftig bevonden wordt .... :)

  • The Sahara Of Snow - Part Two

    3:28

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    The Sahara Of Snow - Part Two · Bill Bruford

    Master Strokes 1978-1985

    ℗ 1979 Virgin Records Ltd

    Released on: 1986-01-01

    Producer, Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion, Cymbals: Bill Bruford
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Allan Holdsworth
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Dave Stewart
    Associated Performer, Bass: Jeff Berlin
    Composer: Bill Bruford
    Composer: Richard Jobson

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  • One Of A Kind - Part Two

    8:46

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    One Of A Kind - Part Two (Live From My Father's Place,Roslyn,New York,United States/1979) · Bruford

    The Bruford Tapes

    ℗ 1979 Virgin Records Ltd

    Released on: 1979-01-01

    Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion: Bill Bruford
    Associated Performer, Guitar: John Clark
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Dave Stewart
    Associated Performer, Bass: Jeff Berlin
    Studio Personnel, Mixer, Engineer: Jeff Kracke
    Composer: Bill Bruford
    Composer: Stewart

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  • Hells Bells

    4:36

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    Hell's Bells (Live From My Father's Place,Roslyn,New York,United States/1979) · Bruford

    The Bruford Tapes

    ℗ 1979 Virgin Records Ltd

    Released on: 1979-01-01

    Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion: Bill Bruford
    Associated Performer, Guitar: John Clark
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Dave Stewart
    Associated Performer, Bass: Jeff Berlin
    Studio Personnel, Mixer, Engineer: Jeff Kracke
    Composer: Stewart
    Composer: Gowen

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  • National Health Clocks & Clouds 1996

    6:41

    Esta magnífica obra de NATIONAL HEALTH apareció en el álbum MISSING PIECES en 1996 y que compila temas no registrados en los 70's, cuando NATIONAL HEALTH estaba activa.

    Clocks And Clouds National Health.
    _ Mont Campbell: Bass.
    _ Bill Bruford: Drums.
    _ Phil Mille &, Steve Hillage: Guitars.
    _ Alan Gowen & Dave Stewart: Keyboards.
    _ Amanda Parsons: Vocals.
    Written by: Dave Stewart
    Compiled [Tape Compilation] by Dave Stewart, Phil Miller
    Illustration [Sleeve Illustration]: Ingram Pinn
    Liner Notes: Dave Stewart
    Mastered By: Chris Thorpe
    Typography [Typesetting]: Andy Reynolds, Celia Biddulph

    Recording from first gigging line-up/radio sessions, Feb-Sept 1976

  • BRUFORD - 5G LIVE

    4:10

    BILL BRUFORD (d & perc) - ALLAN HOLDSWORTH (g) - JEFF BERLIN (b) - DAVE STEWART (kb)

  • Five G

    2:39

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Five G (Live From My Father's Place,Roslyn,New York,United States/1979) · Bruford

    The Bruford Tapes

    ℗ 1979 Virgin Records Ltd

    Released on: 1979-01-01

    Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion: Bill Bruford
    Associated Performer, Guitar: John Clark
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Dave Stewart
    Associated Performer, Bass: Jeff Berlin
    Studio Personnel, Mixer, Engineer: Jeff Kracke
    Composer: Berlin
    Composer: Stewart
    Composer: Bill Bruford

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  • Kazumi Watanabe Remastered

    1:8:50

    Kazumi Watanabe: Guitar
    Jeff Berlin: Bass, Synthesizer
    Bill Bruford: Electronic Drums

    01. Melanchoe 00:00
    02. Hiper K 06:02
    03. City 11:23
    04. Period 16:40
    05. Na Starovia 23:46
    06. Bass solo 29:35
    07. Sayonara 34:48
    08. Half Blood 40:10
    09. Lim-Poo 45:40
    10. Drums solo 50:42
    11. J.F.K. 55:24
    12. Unt 1:00:49

  • Bruford - Sample and Hold

    6:26

    The Bruford Tapes (live) (1979)

  • Allan Holdsworth & Bill Bruford Band-Sample & Hold

    4:12

    Sample & Hold(B.Bruford) Performed By Bill Bruford Band Allan Holdswordh,Guitar/Jeff Berlin,Bass/Dave Stewart,Keyboards/Bill Bruford,Drums Live 1979.

  • Allan Holdsworth & Bill Bruford Band-Beelzebub

    3:27

    Bill Bruford(Dr.)Band Allan Holdsworth,Guitar/Jeff Berlin,bass/Dave Stewart,Keyboards/Bill Bruford,Drums Play Beelzebub,Composed By Bill Bruford

  • Hells Bells - One Of A Kind - Bill Bruford

    6:23

    Hell's Bells and One Of A Kind by Bill Bruford.
    It comes directly from an LP source, so the sound is a little bit crappy and there are some clicks and bips.

    Hell's Bells is written by Dave Stewart and Gowan; One Of A Kind is written by Bill Bruford.

    From wikipedia.org:
    One of a Kind is an album by the British band Bruford. It was released in 1979 and is a collection of progressive melodies with much jazz exploration, in style that can be defined within the limits of jazz fusion. The group led by drummer Bill Bruford features guitarist Allan Holdsworth, bassist Jeff Berlin and keyboardist Dave Stewart. Some of the material (Forever Until Sunday, which features an uncredited Eddie Jobson on violin, and The Sahara Of Snow) was originally performed live by U.K. on its 1978 tour. Stewart's Hell's Bells used a fragment penned by his former National Health colleague Alan Gowen (the 3-chord pattern underlying the guitar solo).

    Personnel:

    * Bill Bruford - Drums, Percussion
    * Allan Holdsworth - Guitar
    * Jeff Berlin - Bass, Vocals
    * Dave Stewart - Keyboards, Synths

  • Allan Holdsworth - Bill Bruford 1979

    10:04

    Bill Bruford group performing at The Old Grey Whistle Test 1979 with Allan Holdsworth on guitar

  • Bruford feat. Allan Holdsworth - Hells Bells / One Of A Kind Pt.1&2

    14:24

    Recorded live at Oxford Polytechnic, Oxfordshire, England -March 17, 1979

    source : soundboard recording

    This concert was filmed and broadcasted on BBC TV series
    「Rock Goes to College」

    and later released on DVD 「BBC Rock Goes to College: Live 1979」(2006)


    but these tracks are not including.


    Line up;
    Bill Bruford (ds,perc)
    Dave Stewart (key)
    Allan Holdsworth (g)
    Jeff Berlin (b)
    *Annette Peacock (vo) - guest appears on DVD

    These songs were originally released on the album
    「One Of A Kind」(1979)



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  • Sample and Hold - Bruford

    7:24

    WPLR-FM Live Broadcast 7-18-1979
    Engineering /Mix: Kevin Garrity
    Bill Bruford - drums, percussion / Dave Stewart - electric keyboards
    Jeff Berlin - electric bass /John Clark - electric guitar

  • Fainting In Coils

    7:26

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Fainting In Coils (Live From My Father's Place,Roslyn,New York,United States/1979) · Bruford

    The Bruford Tapes

    ℗ 1979 Virgin Records Ltd

    Released on: 1979-01-01

    Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion: Bill Bruford
    Associated Performer, Guitar: John Clark
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Dave Stewart
    Associated Performer, Bass: Jeff Berlin
    Studio Personnel, Mixer, Engineer: Jeff Kracke
    Composer: Bill Bruford

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  • Back To The Beginning - Annette Peacock

    5:59

    Feels Good to Me 1978 debut solo album by the British drummer Bill Bruford.
    Live at Oxford Polytechnic 17 -May -1979

    Bill Bruford – drums
    Allan Holdsworth R.I.P – Guitars
    Dave Stewart - keyboards
    Jeff Berlin – bass

  • Bruford — Sample and Hold Live

    4:46

    Bruford perform Sample and Hold, from the album Feels Good to Me, live at the Oxford Polytechnic, 17 March 1979. Originally aired as part of the BBC series Rock Goes to College.

    Bill Bruford - drums, percussion
    Allan Holdsworth - guitar
    Dave Stewart - keyboards
    Jeff Berlin - bass

  • Bruford feat. Allan Holdsworth - Sample and Hold

    5:15

    • Written by Bill Bruford & Dave Stewart
    • Recorded and mixed at Trident Studios (London) - August 1977
    • Remastered at Hatch Farm Studios (Surrey) by John Burns - January 2005

    — Dave Stewart: keyboards
    — Allan Holdsworth: guitar
    — Jeff Berlin: bass
    — Bill Bruford: drums, percussion

    Sleeve Design by Cream (The Cream Group)

    • Remastered CD + 1 Bonus Track: Bruford: Feels Good To Me - Winterfold Records (BBWF003CD) - UK 2005
    • Original LP (?): Bruford: Feels Good To Me - Polydor (2302 075) - UK 1978
    ( )

    Visit the official website of Bill Bruford and Winterfold Records:

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    Therefore, if you own copyright over any part of these materials and do not wish to see it here, please contact me directly (rather than immediately referring to Youtube) and I will remove it as soon as possible!

  • A FLG maurepas upload - Bruford - Hells Bells - Jazz Fusion

    3:34

    Keyboards – Dave Stewart / Guitar – Allan Holdsworth / Bass – Jeff Berlin / Drums, Percussion – Bill Bruford.
    Recorded in 1979

  • JEFF BERLIN Interview on Sounding Off with Rick Beato

    57:47

    In today's episode of Sounding Off Bassist Jeff Berlin!

    A flexible and powerful electric bassist, Jeff Berlin was one of the major fusion bassist to emerge during the mid-'70s. His father sang opera and his mother played piano. Berlin had nine years of violin lessons starting from when he was five and was considered a child prodigy, appearing with orchestras in New York City. However, when he was 14 he switched directions and began playing electric bass; Jack Bruce was an early hero. Berlin attended the Berklee College of Music for a time and then moved back to New York. For a short period he was in a trio with Allan Holdsworth and Tony Williams. In 1975 he recorded in Europe with Yes keyboardist Patrick Moraz and then in New York he became quite busy with studio work, club dates, and record sessions. Berlin played with many top musicians including Pat Martino, Gil Evans, Toots Thielemans, Al DiMeola, George Benson, Earl Klugh, Larry Coryell, Bob James, Dave Liebman, Herbie Mann, Ray Barretto, the Brecker Brothers and others. Berlin was also a regular member of Bill Bruford's band (which included guitarist Holdsworth and keyboardist Dave Stewart) for a couple years starting in 1977; four recordings resulted. Berlin subsequently moved to Los Angeles, worked in clubs with Scott Henderson and Frank Gambale, became an educator (helping to found the Bass Institute of Technology), played rock (including with Frank Zappa), and turned down an opportunity to join Van Halen. During 1985-1986 Berlin recorded two fusion/rock dates for the soon-defunct Passport label. He moved to Florida in 1990 and toured with Yes, John McLaughlin, Billy Cobham, Kazumi Watanabe, and other musicians from a wide variety of creative genres. In addition, he began teaching at the Players School. His third set as a leader, 1997's Taking Notes for Denon, was Berlin's most jazz-oriented set to date. He continued releasing a number of albums into the 21st century, including Lumpy Jazz (2004) with his core trio featuring pianist Richard Drexler and drummer Danny Gottlieb; the highly regarded In Harmony's Way (2004) with guest appearances by saxophonist David Liebman, vibraphonist Gary Burton, and guitarist Mike Stern; Ace of Bass/Aneurythms (2006); and the piano trio-oriented High Standards (2010), again featuring Drexler and Gottlieb in addition to the session leader.

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  • BEELZEBUB - BRUFORD

    3:55

    Beelzebub
    from the voiceprint DVD

    Bill Bruford
    Rock Goes To College

    Rock Goes To College-- the blistering 1979 BBC TV show with BRUFORD, featuring Annette Peacock (vcls), Allan Holdsworth (gtr), Jeff Berlin (bs), Dave Stewart (kbds) and Bill Bruford (dms)

    Tracks
    1. Sample and Hold
    2. Beelzebub 3. The Sahara of Snow (Part One)
    4. The Sahara of Snow (Part Two)
    5. Forever Until Sunday
    6. Back to the Beginning
    7. Adios a la Pasada (Goodbye to the Past)
    8. 5G


    Bill Bruford was a founding member of Yes through the years 1968-1972, and while with the band recorded five albums, each of which was more successful than its predecessor. When Bill left Yes in 1972 for King Crimson following the release of Close To The Edge, there were those who concluded that he'd taken leave of his senses.

    But it proved an astute musical move. When King Crimson's enigmatic leader Robert Fripp decided to split the band after three tumultuous albums and move on to other projects, Bill moved to playing countless sessions, and was also briefly a member of the bands National Health, Gong and, more famously, Genesis, where he played alongside Phil Collins, who had just stepped up to the microphone following the departure of Peter Gabriel. Bill was the drummer in the live Genesis situation and was with the band for the majority of 1976 while the band toured their album A Trick Of The Tail.

    Following the hugely well received debut CD UK , from the group of the same name, Bill finally felt ready for life as a full time band leader. His own group Bruford went on to record four albums and tour extensively as a quartet with guitarist Allan Holdsworth, particularly in the US., but the full group, featuring Annette Peacock on vocals, only ever played two shows, both for UK national TV, and this DVD is one of those shows.

    Filmed in 1979 at Oxford Polytechnic in the UK, the concert features the full group playing material from the band's first two CDs, Feels Good To Me, and One of a Kind, and includes the stand-out track Beelzebub and the show-stopping Adios a La Pasada. The packaging includes a 12-page booklet archiving critical reaction at the time. All members of this group have gone on to distinguished careers in their own right, and together with the scarcity value of the band's performances, this DVD will be much anticipated by Bill Bruford's extensive fan base.

  • Bruford ► Adios A La Pasada HQ Audio Feels Good To Me 1978

    8:46

    Recorded and mixed at Trident Studios in London, August 1977.

    Bill Bruford - drums and percussion
    Allan Holdsworth - electric guitar
    Jeff Berlin - bass
    Dave Stewart - keyboards, synths
    Annette Peacock - vocals

    © 1977 E.G Records

    This is from latest Bruford Box Set Seems Like a Lifetime Ago which is newly remixed by Bill Bruford and Jakko Jakszyk. All of the earlier cd editions of Feels Good To Me sounded overly bright and compressed. There's no compression here thus volume is a little bit lower than usual. Crank up the volume and celebrate this wonderful musician on his birthday.











    Adios A La Pasada (Goodbye To The Past).

  • COVER Bruford - Hells Bells

    3:09

    ビル・ブルーフォードが1979年に発表したアルバム「One Of A Kind」の
    一曲目に収録されている、デイブ・スチュワートのシンセサイザーが印象的な
    名曲「Hell's Bells」を、VST音源とMIDIを使用してカバーしました。

    Bill Bruford formed his own band named Bruford.
    Bruford are an English progressive jazz rock band,
    originally active between 1979-1980.

    Members of the band were initially, Dave Stewart (keyboards)
    Jeff Berlin (bass) Bill Bruford (drums) Allan Holdsworth (guitar)
    and the 'unknown' John Clark (guitar).

    Hell's Bells is a song by the Bruford
    from their debut album One of a Kind.


    .............................................................................

  • Bruford - Feels Good To Me - Live at BBC Old Grey Whistle Test 1978

    9:46

    Audio Remastered by BrunoSamppa, 2018

    Bill Bruford (Drums)
    Neil Murray (Bass)
    Dave Stewart (Keyboards)
    Allan Holdsworth (Guitar)
    Annette Peacock (Vocals)

  • Feels Good To Me

    4:01

    Titeltrack from Bill Bruford's Debut-Solo-Album Feels Good To Me.

    Personel:
    Allan Holdsworth - Guitar
    Dave Stewart - Keyboards and Synths
    Jeff Berlin - Bass
    Bill Bruford - Drums
    John Goodsall - Additional Guitar

    The Song was written by Bill Bruford and published 1978 under EG Records.

  • Bill Bruford - If you cant stand the heat ......

    3:26

    From his 1977 album Feels good to Me Bill Bruford playing the great track if you can't stand the heat with;
    Dave Stewart-Keyboards
    Allan Holdsworth-Guitar
    Jeff Berlin-Bass

  • Bruford - Lands End

    10:20

    From the album Gradually Going Tornado (E.G. Records, 1980). This composition takes some of its cues and riffs from The Bryden 2-Step (For Amphibians) - Part 2 on National Health's second studio album Of Queues And Cures (1978). Dave Stewart played keyboards with them, just prior to joining Bruford. Bill was briefly in National Health as well (ca. 1975-1976), and can be heard on Missing Pieces - a collection of early rarities. Credits for Land's End: Guitar: John Clark / Keyboards: Dave Stewart / Bass: Jeff Berlin / Drums: Bill Bruford. Recorded at Surrey Sound Studio. Produced by Bill Bruford and Ron Malo.

  • Bill Bruford - Beelzebub

    3:25

    A great track off Bill Bruford´s first solo album Feels Good To Me (1978) , notable for its unusual melody and changes of meter. It´s become a signature track for Bruford and a personal favorite of mine, I had a blast learning all the tricky parts on this one :)

    Also note the amazing guitar work by the late Allan Holdsworth, not to forget about the contributions of Jeff Berlin on bass and Dave Stewart on keyboards

  • Bruford - Forever Until Sunday

    5:52

    One of a Kind (1978)

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