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Long out of print re-issue of Bill Bruford's Earthworks' 2004 album. Produced by and personally overseen by Bill Bruford. Revisiting some of Bruford's compositions from the late 70s, most notably the beautiful ballad 'Seems Like A Lifetime Ago' and the bonus track 'Beelzebub' - coincidentally the first piece that Bill ever wrote and recorded as the first track on his first album in 1977. Following the departure of saxophonist Patrick Clahar, Bill Bruford's Earthworks reformed for a 2003 US tour with saxophonist/composer Tim Garland, fresh from playing with Chick Corea.
Long out of print re-issue of Bill Bruford's Earthworks' 2004 album. Produced by and personally overseen by Bill Bruford. Revisiting some of Bruford's compositions from the late 70s, most notably the beautiful ballad 'Seems Like A Lifetime Ago' and the bonus track 'Beelzebub' - coincidentally the first piece that Bill ever wrote and recorded as the first track on his first album in 1977. Following the departure of saxophonist Patrick Clahar, Bill Bruford's Earthworks reformed for a 2003 US tour with saxophonist/composer Tim Garland, fresh from playing with Chick Corea.
5060105491399
Random Acts Of Happiness - Expanded Edition
Artist: Bruford, Bill / Earthworks
Format: CD
New: Not currently available
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DISC: 1

1. My Heart Declares a Holiday
2. White Knuckle Wedding
3. Turn and Return
4. Tramontana
5. Bajo Del Sol
6. Seems Like a Lifetime Ago
7. Modern Folk
8. With Friends Like These
9. Speaking with Wooden Tongues
10. One of a Kind [Part 1]
11. One of a Kind [Part 2]
12. Beelzebub

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Long out of print re-issue of Bill Bruford's Earthworks' 2004 album. Produced by and personally overseen by Bill Bruford. Revisiting some of Bruford's compositions from the late 70s, most notably the beautiful ballad 'Seems Like A Lifetime Ago' and the bonus track 'Beelzebub' - coincidentally the first piece that Bill ever wrote and recorded as the first track on his first album in 1977. Following the departure of saxophonist Patrick Clahar, Bill Bruford's Earthworks reformed for a 2003 US tour with saxophonist/composer Tim Garland, fresh from playing with Chick Corea.
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