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Earthworks Underground Orchestra

Label: Summerfold Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Libreville; Up North; Pigalle; Speaking in Wooden Tongues; Footloose and Fancy Free; Bajo del Sol; It Needn't End in Tears; The Wooden Man Sings, and the Stone Woman Dances.

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Bill Bruford / Tim Garland: Earthworks Underground Orchestra

Read "Earthworks Underground Orchestra" reviewed by Sean Patrick Fitzell

Bill Bruford forged his reputation as a relentless pioneer striving to advance the art of percussion. Using odd times and improvisation in rock or exploring with electronic drums, he sought to challenge both his self-expression and the drummer's role. Since 1986, his primary outlet as a composer and bandleader has been Earthworks. What began as an ...

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Bill Bruford / Tim Garland: Earthworks Underground Orchestra

Read "Earthworks Underground Orchestra" reviewed by John Kelman

Although jazz has left behind its America-centricity and become a more international language, a mysterious chasm still exists between the American and UK jazz scenes. For every artist like Kenny Wheeler who has achieved American recognition, a dozen others have not. But with Earthworks Underground Orchestra, drummer Bill Bruford and woodwind multi-instrumentalist Tim Garland narrow the ...


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