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Temples of Joy

Temples of Joy by Bill Bruford
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Bill Bruford

Label: Winterfold Records
Released: 2020
Duration: 3:04:48
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Track Listing

CD1 (Music for Piano and Drums): Children's Concerto; Living Space; Any Suggestions?; Eastern Sundays; Blue Brains; Symmetry; Galatèa; Hazy; Blue Brains (bonus); Flags (bonus); Hazy (bonus).

CD2 (Flags): Temples Of Joy; Split Seconds; Karu; Impromptu, Too!; Flags; Machines Programmed By Genes; The Drum Also Waltzes; Infra Dig; A Way With Words; Everything You've Heard Is True; Eastern Sundays (bonus); Children's Concerto (bonus); Galatèa (bonus).

CD3 (In Tokyo): Blue Brains; Hazy; Eastern Sundays; Cachaça; Galatèa; The Drum Also Waltzes; Flags; Children's Concerto; Jungles Of The World; Temples Of Joy.


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Bill Bruford: drums (CD1), acoustic drums (CD1, CD3), electronic drums (CD2, CD3), percussion (CD2); Patrick Moraz: piano (CD1, CD3); Steinway D Concert Grand (CD2), Kurzweil 250 (CD2), keyboards (CD3).

Album Description

Reissued collection of three albums recorded by British drummer Bill Bruford (Yes, King Crimson, Bruford, Earthworks), in collaboration with Swiss keyboardist Patrick Moraz (Refugee, Yes, Moody Blues): Music for Piano and Drums (1983); Flags (1985); and In Tokyo (2009, recorded live in 1985). Liner notes provided by All About Jazz Senior Contributor John Kelman.


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