I agree that Roy Harper is magic, a real one-off. Did the band that recorded H.Q.
tour together? BB:
Yes, we did a major UK tour in June '75 of Civic Halls and theatres, including the Knebworth festival on July 5 1975. AAJ:
I recently read on Tim Garland's website that he "was a member of Earthworks for four years." Does this mean that he has left the band? If so, do you have a replacement in mind? He would be a very hard act to follow. BB:
I don't think he's left the band! He hadn't as of last week! Anyway, how can you replace Tim? He's currently unavailable, being out arranging and conducting orchestras for Chick Corea
and Gary Burton
. Earthworks is temporarily parked in a lay-by, but the key is still in the ignition. The last five years have been frantic, and the driver has pulled over for a sleep. Give him a break. I'm sure he'll wake up soon.
Bill Bruford's Earthworks. Video Anthology Vol. 1: 2000's
Bill Bruford's Earthworks. Video Anthology Vol. 2: 1990's
Bill Bruford's Earthworks featuring Tim Garland, Random Acts of Happiness
Bill Bruford's Earthworks, Footloose in New York
(Summerfold, 2002) (DVD)
Bill Bruford's Earthworks, Footloose and Fancy Free
Bill Bruford's Earthworks, The Sound of Surprise
Bill Bruford's Earthworks, A Part, and Yet Apart
Bill Bruford/Ralph Towner/Eddie Gomez, If Summer Had its Ghosts
Bill Bruford's Earthworks, Stamping Ground
Bill Bruford's Earthworks, All Heaven Broke Loose
Bill Bruford's Earthworks, Dig?
Bill Bruford, Earthworks
Moraz/Bruford, Music For Piano and Drums
Bruford, One of a Kind
Bill Bruford, Feels Good to Me
Roy Harper, H.Q.
(Science Fiction, 1975) Photo Credits
Top Photo: Fernando Aceves
Bottom Photo: Courtest of Bill Bruford