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Seems Like a Lifetime Ago 1977 - 1980

Seems Like a Lifetime Ago 1977 - 1980 by Bill Bruford buy album

Bill Bruford

Label: Gonzo Multimedia
Released: 2017
Duration: 08:04:55
Views: 4,599

Track Listing

CD1 (Feels Good to Me [2017 Stereo Mix]): Beelzebub; Back to the Beginning; Seems Like a Lifetime Ago - Part One; Seems Like a Lifetime Ago - Part Two; Sample and Hold; Feels Good to Me; Either End of August; If You Can't Stand the Heat...; Springtime in Siberia; Adios a la Pasada (Goodbye to the Past).

DVD-A1 (Feels Good to Me [2017 5.1 Surround Sound Mix and Original 1977 Stereo Mix, both 16-bit/48kHz]): Beelzebub; Back to the Beginning; Seems Like a Lifetime Ago - Part One; Seems Like a Lifetime Ago - Part Two; Sample and Hold; Feels Good to Me; Either End of August; If You Can't Stand the Heat...; Springtime in Siberia; Adios a la Pasada (Goodbye to the Past).

CD2 (One of a Kind [2017 Stereo Mix]): Hell's Bells; One of a Kind - Part One; One of a Kind - Part Two; Travels With Myself - And Someone Else; Fainting In Coils; Five G; The Abington Chasp; Forever Until Sunday; The Sahara of Snow - Part One; The Sahara of Snow - Part Two.

DVD-A2 (One of a Kind [2017 5.1 Surround Sound Mix and Original 1979 Stereo Mix, both 16-bit/48kHz]): Hell's Bells; One of a Kind - Part One; One of a Kind - Part Two; Travels With Myself - And Someone Else; Fainting In Coils; Five G; The Abington Chasp; Forever Until Sunday; The Sahara of Snow - Part One; The Sahara of Snow - Part Two; Five G Out-Take (1979 Mix-Only Bonus Track, Previously Unreleased).

CD3 (Gradually Going Tornado [2017 Remaster] ): Age of Information; Gothic 17; Joe Frazier; Q.E.D.; The Sliding Floor; Palewell Park; Plans for J.D.; Land's End.

CD4 (The Bruford Tapes [2017 Remaster]): Hell's Bells; Sample and Hold; Fainting In Coils; Travels With Myself - And Someone Else; Beelzebub; The Sahara of Snow - Part One; The Sahara of Snow - Part Two; One of a Kind - Part Two; Five G; Manacles (Bonus Track).

CD5 (Live at The Venue [Previously Unreleased]): Hell's Bells (Live Version); Sample and Hold; Land's End; Joe Frazier; Gothic 17; Plans for J.D.; Age of Information; Five G.

CD6 (4th Album Rehearsal Sessions [Previously Unreleased]): Hell's Midriff; Sketch 1; Restless Spirit; Hope; Consequential Circuits; Matching Green; Should've Been Something; There is No Reward (Instrumental); Hooligan Juice 1; Hooligan Juice 2; Flat Bells, Claptrap and Trills; Sketch 2; Bedrock; Plotting the Heavens; Marrowbones and Cleavers; Prophet Motive; Sketch 1 (Reprise); Saturday, No School.

Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Bill Bruford: tuned and untuned percussion (CD1, DVD-A1), kit drums (CD1, DVD-A1), tunes and final say (CD1, DVD-A1), vocal (CD1#2, DVD- A1#2), drums (CD2-6, DVD-A2), cymbals ( CD2-3, CD5), The Mock Turtle (CD2#5, DVD-A2#5), percussion (CD4, CD6), electric chat (CD4); Dave Stewart: keyboards (CD1-3), reasonably advanced harmonic advice (CD1, DVD-A1), electric keyboards (CD4), Prophet V synthesizer (CD5-6), Minimoog bass (CD5-6), Yamaha CP70 electric grand piano (CD5-6); Allan Holdsworth: guitar (CD1-2,DVD-A1-2); Annette Peacock: vocal (CD1#2- 3, CD1#10, DVD-A1#2-3, DVD-A1#10); Jeff Berlin: bass (CD1-3, CD5, CD6#9), lead vocals (CD3#1-2, CD3#5, CD3#7, CD5#5-7), electric bass (CD4); Kenny Wheeler: flugelhorn (CD1#3, CD1#9, DVD-A1#3, DVD- A1#9); John Goodsall: additional guitar (CD1#6, DVD-A1#6); Eddie Jobson: violin (CD2#8, DVD-A2#8); Sam Alder: narrator (CD2#5, DVD- A2#5); Anthea Norman Taylor: Alice (CD2#5, DVD-A2#5); The 'Unknown' John Clark: guitar (CD3, CD5-6), electric guitar (CD4); Georgie Born: cello (CD3#2); Barbara Gaskin: voices (CD3#8); Amanda Parsons: voices (CD3#8).


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