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• The fifth album from Bill Bruford’s Earthworks, originally released in 1999

• Featuring pianist Steve Hamilton who trained in the US, and played with Bobby Hutcherson, Freddie Hubbard and Gary Burton among others; with Patrick Clahar, the fast-rising London tenorist best known for his work with Incognito, and Mark Hodgson on bass.

Following his mid-90s sojourn with King Crimson, drummer Bill Bruford returned to the scene with his fully-acoustic Earthworks Mark II, which hit the ground running in 1999 with ‘A Part And Yet Apart’.

Having effectively jettisoned electronic percussion Earthworks revisited the acoustic sax-piano-bass-drums line up with its muscular, visceral acoustic fusion.

This album has been out of print for some time and this re-release is on Bruford’s own Summerfold Records and was overseen personally by Bill Bruford.

“This is a heady concoction indeed, and one which joyously breaks down all sorts of musical barriers in its path.” The London Times

Track Listing:

1 NO TRUCE WITH THE FURIES
2 A PART, AND YET APART
3 SOME SHIVER, WHILE HE CAVORTS
4 FOOTLOOSE AND FANCY FREE
5 SARAH’S STILL LIFE
6 THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES
7 CURIOUSER AND CURIOUSER
8 EYES ON THE HORIZON
9 DEWEY-EYED, THEN DANCING
10 IF SUMMER HAD ITS GHOSTS

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1 NO TRUCE WITH THE FURIES
2 A PART, AND YET APART
3 SOME SHIVER, WHILE HE CAVORTS
4 FOOTLOOSE AND FANCY FREE
5 SARAH'S STILL LIFE
6 THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES
7 CURIOUSER AND CURIOUSER
8 EYES ON THE HORIZON
9 DEWEY-EYED, THEN DANCING
10 IF SUMMER HAD ITS GHOSTS

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