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Earthworks Underground Orchestra

Earthworks Underground Orchestra by Bill Bruford buy album

Bill Bruford

Label: Summerfold Records
Released: 2006
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Track Listing

Libreville; Up North; Pigalle; Speaking in Wooden Tongues; Footloose and Fancy Free; Bajo del Sol; It Needn't End in Tears; The Wooden Man Sings, and the Stone Woman Dances.

Personnel

Tim Garland
Tim Garland

saxophone

Rock Ciccarone

trombone

Robin Eubanks
Robin Eubanks

trombone

Chris Karlic

saxophone, baritone

Steve Wilson
Steve Wilson

saxophone, alto

Henry Hey
Henry Hey

keyboards

Additional Personnel / Information

Bill Bruford: drums, percussion; Tim Garland: tenor and soprano saxophones, flute, bass clarinet; Jon Owens: trumpet, Alex "Sasha" Sipiagin: trumpet; Rock Ciccarone: trombone (1-3,6-8); Robin Eubanks: trombone (4, 5); Chris Karlic: baritone saxophone, flute; Steve Wilson: alto and soprano saxophones, flute; Henry Hey: piano; Mike Pope: electric and acoustic bass.


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