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Heavenly Bodies – The Expanded Collection

Heavenly Bodies – The Expanded Collection by Bill Bruford buy album

Bill Bruford

Label: Summerfold UK
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

Disc 1: Stromboli Kicks; Making a Song and Dance; Up North; Candles Still Flicker in Romania's Dark; Pigalle; My Heart Declares a Holiday; Temple of the Winds; Nerve; Gentle Persuasion; It Needn't End in Tears; Libreville; Dancing on Frith Street; Bridge of Inhibition.


Disc 2: No Truce with the Furies; Dewey-Eyed, Then Dancing; A Part, and Yet Apart; Revel Without a Pause; The Sound of Surprise; White Knuckle Wedding; Youth; Rosa Ballerina; Thud; Blues for Little Joe.

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Album Description

Two CD set. Bill Bruford is the original drummer in Yes and was a long-term member of King Crimson before devoting his career to jazz. Heavenly Bodies Expanded is a chronological career-spanning compilation of Bill Bruford's band Earthworks. The booklet includes newly written liner notes and the second disc also features rare tracks which can't be found elsewhere. The original compilation has been out of print for some time and this expanded re-release is on Bruford's own Summerfold Records and was overseen personally by Bill Bruford.


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