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"Over hundreds of nights and thousands of concerts, the imperceptible removal of grime and accretion will, you hope, let your light shine forth more brightly" - Bill Bruford.
Bruford has, by his own count, played some 2800 concerts since his light began shining in the early 1970s, as a singularly brilliant art-rock drummer with Yes and King Crimson. This double live album, with tunes drawn mainly from the studio albums A Part, And Yet Apart and The Sound of Surprise, shows Bruford in the context of the later acoustic sax-piano jazz quartet incarnation of his long-running Earthworks band.
5 out of 5 - Downbeat
1. Footloose And Fancy Free (9:01)
2. If Summer Had Its Ghosts (8:29)
3. A Part, And Yet Apart (10:26)
4. Triplicity (7:39)
5. Come To Dust (10:53)
6. No Truce With The Furies (6:55)
7. The Wooden Man Sings, And The Stone Woman Dances (7:20)
1. Revel Without A Pause (8:42)
2. Never The Same Way Once (10:16)
3. Original Sin (7:49)
4. Cloud Cuckoo Land (8:08)
5. Dewey-eyed, Then Dancing (6:33)
6. The Emperor's New Clothes (7:45)
7. Bridge Of Inhibition (7:51)
- Patrick Clahar / Tenor and soprano saxophones
- Steve Hamilton / piano
- Mark Hodgson / bass
- Bill Bruford / drums