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The astonishing 1977 debut album from drumming legend Bill Bruford.
Featuring a stellar line up including guitarists Allan Holdsworth and John Goodsall, bassist Jeff Berlin, keyboardist Dave Stewart, ECM flügelhorn maestro, Kenny Wheeler, and singer-songwriter Annette Peacock.
Jem Records promotional version of a US reissue.
Please note all copies include a picture inner sleeve (some have seam splits). Clipped promo, all have edge wear and are worn on the front and back covers. Sold as seen, no returns.
1 Beelzebub 3:16
2 Back To The Beginning 7:09
3 Seems Like A Lifetime Ago (Part One) 2:30
4 Seems Like A Lifetime Ago (Part Two) 4:25
5 Sample And Hold 5:12
1 Feels Good To Me 3:49
2 Either End Of August 5:27
3 If You Can't Stand The Heat... 3:20
4 Springtime In Siberia 2:43
5 Adios A La Pasada (Goodbye To The Past) 7:55
Bass – Jeff Berlin
Bass [Additional] – Neil Murray
Design [Sleeve Design] – Cream
Engineer – Steve W. Tayler
Flugelhorn – Kenny Wheeler
Guitar – Allan Holdsworth
Keyboards, Performer [Reasonably Advanced Harmonic Advice] – Dave Stewart
Percussion [Tuned And Untuned], Drums [Kit], Performer [Tunes And Final Say] – Bill Bruford
Photography By [Inner Sleeve] – Jacquie Deegan, Dick Wallis
Photography By [Sleeve] – Gered Mankowitz
Producer – Bill Bruford, Robin Lumley
Sleeve Notes – Richard Williams
Tape Op – Colin Green, John Brand, Stephen Short
Technician [Equipment] – Mick Rossi, Pete Revill
Technician [Polymoog Consultant] – Val Joseph
Vocals – Annette Peacock