Bruford

Bruford was an English jazz-rock supergroup that released four albums on Polydor/EG between 1978 and 1980. The band was headed by ex-Yes drummer Bill Bruford and featured former Tempest/Soft Machine guitarist Allan Holdsworth and one-time Egg/Hatfield keyboardist Dave Stewart. The supergroup’s first album, Feels Good to Me, was recorded amid Bruford and Holdsworth’s involvement in […]

Bruford ‎– One of a Kind (1979)

One of a Kind is the second album by English jazz-rock quartet Bruford, released in 1979 on EG Records. Tracklist: A1. “Hell’s Bell’s” (3:32) A2. “One of a Kind, Part 1” (2:20) A3. “One of a Kind, Part 2” (4:00) A4. “Travels With Myself – and Someone Else” (6:12) A5. “Fainting in Coils” (6:23) B1. […]

Bruford ‎– Feels Good to Me (1978)

Feels Good to Me is the debut album by English jazz-rock quartet Bruford, released in 1978 on EG Records. Tracklist: A1. “Beelzebub” (3:16) A2. “Back to the Beginning” (7:09) A3. “Seems Like a Lifetime Ago (Part One)” (2:30) A4. “Seems Like a Lifetime Ago (Part Two)” (4:25) A5. “Sample and Hold” (5:12) B1. “Feels Good […]

Bruford ‎– Gradually Going Tornado (1980)

Gradually Going Tornado is the third album by English jazz-rock quartet Bruford, released in 1980 on EG Records. Tracklist: A1. “Age of Information” (4:41) A2. “Gothic 17” (5:07) A3. “Joe Frazier” (4:41) A4. “Q.E.D.” (7:46) B1. “The Sliding Floor” (4:58) B2. “Palewell Park” (3:57) B3. “Plans for J.D.” (3:50) B4. “Land’s End” (10:20) Credits: Dave […]