Bruford – Plays the Jazz drums.

Bill Bruford have been a dominant figure in Progressive Rock, taking part in a lot of projects, especialy known for his work on what most consider the highlights of Yes albums from 1969-1972, ”Fragile” ”Close to the Edge” ect.ect. ; But what i will talk about today, is Bruford as a Jazz drummer.
From ”A Part, and Yet Apart” 1999

Bruford started his recordings of Jazz albums in 1978 with ”Feels Good to Me”, his solo project with a supergroup of tallented musicians, guitarist Allan Holdsworth, vocalist Annette Peacock, and other notable names. The album was in an experimental fusion style.
From ”A Part, and Yet Apart” 1999

Bruford continued his work with fussion Jazz over a series of albums under the ”Bruford” band name, before reforming King Crimson from 1981-1984, then started a new Jazz band in 1987, Earthworks.
It was with Earthworks, that he graduately moved towards a more traditional style of Jazz.
”From Feels Good To Me” 1978

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