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Earthworks Complete

Label: Summerfold Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: CD1 (Earthworks): Thud; Making a Song and Dance; Up North; Pressure; My Heart Declares a Holiday; Emotional Shirt; It Needn't End in Tears; The Shepherd is Eternal; Bridge of Inhibition.


CD2 (Dig?): Stromboli Kicks; Gentle Persuasion; Downtown; Pilgrim's Way; Dancing of Frith Street; A Stone's Throw; Libreville; Corroboree.
CD3 (All Heaven Broke Loose): Hotel Splendour; Forget-Me-Not; Candles Still Flicker in Romania's Dark; Pigalle; Temple of the Winds; Nerve; Splashing Out; All Heaven Broke Loose: (a) Psalm; (b) Old Song.
CD4 (Stamping Ground Live): Nerve; Up North; A Stone's Throw; Pilgrim's Way; Emotional Shirt; It Needn't End in Tears; All Heaven Broke Loose: (a) Psalm; (b) Old Song; Candles Still Flicker in Romania's Dark; Bridge of Inhibition.
CD5 (A Part, and Yet Apart): No Truce With the Furies; A Part, And Yet Apart; Some Shiver, While He Cavorts; Footloose and Fancy Free; Sarah’s Still Life; The Emperor’s New Clothes; Curiouser and Curiouser; Eyes on the Horizon; Dewey-Eyed, Then Dancing.
CD6 (The Sound of Surprise): Revel Without a Pause; Triplicity; The Shadow of a Doubt; Teaching Vera to Dance; Half Life; Come to Dust; Cloud Cuckoo Land; Never the Same Way Once; The Wooden Man Sings, And the Stone Woman Dances.
CD7 (Footloose and Fancy Free Part 1): Footloose and Fancy Free; If Summer Had Its Ghosts; A Part, and Yet Apart; Triplicity; Come to Dust; No Truce with the Furies; The Wooden Man Sings, and the Stone Woman Dances.
CD8 (Footloose and Fancy Free Part 2): Revel Without a Pause; Never the Same Way Once; Original Sin; Cloud Cuckoo Land; Dewey-Eyed, then Dancing; The Emperor’s New Clothes; Bridge of Inhibition.
CD9 (Random Acts of Happiness): My Heart Declares A Holiday; White Knuckle Wedding; Turn and Return; Tramontana; Bajo del Sol; Seems Like a Lifetime Ago (Part 1); Modern Folk; With Friends Like These…; Speaking With Wooden Tongues; One of a Kind (Part 1); One of a Kind (Part 2).
DVD1 (Footloose in NYC): Intro; Revel Without a Pause; Never the Same Way Once; Original Sin; Come to Dust; Some Shiver While He Cavorts; The Wooden Man Sings, and the Stone Woman Dances; The Emperor’s New Clothes; The Shadow of a Doubt; Triplicity; Footloose and Fancy Free; Cloud Cuckoo Land; Bridge of Inhibition.
CD10 (Footloose in NYC Part 1): Intro; Revel Without a Pause; Never the Same Way Once; Original Sin; Come to Dust; Some Shiver While He Cavorts; The Wooden Man Sings, and the Stone Woman Dances.
CD11 (Footloose in NYC Part 2): The Emperor’s New Clothes; The Shadow of a Doubt; Triplicity; Footloose and Fancy Free; Cloud Cuckoo Land; Bridge of Inhibition.
DVD2 (A Video Anthology Volume 1: 2000s): Triplicity; Original Sin; Cloud Cuckoo Land; Revel Without a Pause; Baja del Sol; Tramontana; Beelzebub; Footloose and Fancy Free; Libreville; Highland Games; Youth; Song; White Knuckle Wedding; The Wooden Man Sings, and the Stone Woman Dances.
CD12 (A Video Anthology Volume 1: 2000s Part 1): Triplicity; Original Sin; Cloud Cuckoo Land; Revel Without a Pause; Baja del Sol; Tramontana; Beelzebub.
CD13 (A Video Anthology Volume 1: 2000s Part 2): Footloose and Fancy Free; Libreville; Highland Games; Youth; Song; White Knuckle Wedding; The Wooden Man Sings, and the Stone Woman Dances.
DVD3 (A Video Anthology 2: 1990s): Up North; All Heaven Broke Loose: (a) Psalm; (b) Old Song; Stromboli Kicks; Bridge of Inhibition; Emotional Shirt; Candles Still Flicker in the Dark; Nerve; Pigalle; Never the Same Way Once; Some Shiver While He Cavorts; Bridge of Inhibition (Alternative Version).
CD14 (A Video Anthology 2: 1990s Part 1): Up North; All Heaven Broke Loose: (a) Psalm; (b) Old Song; Stromboli Kicks; Bridge of Inhibition; Emotional Shirt; Candles Still Flicker in the Dark.
CD15 (A Video Anthology 2: 1990s Part 2): Pigalle; Never the Same Way Once; Some Shiver While He Cavorts; Bridge of Inhibition (Alternative Version).
CD16 (Earthworks Underground Orchestra): 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.
DVD4 (Earthworks in Santiago, Chile): Turn and Return; Revel Without a Pause; Bajo del Sol; Modern Folk; Come to Dust; Triplicity; Seems Lie a Lifetime Ago Pt 1; One of a Kind; The Wooden Man Sings And the Stone Woman Cavorts; Beelzebub; Footloose and Fancy Free.
CD17 (Earthworks in Santiago, Chile): Turn and Return; Revel Without a Pause; Bajo del Sol; Modern Folk; Come to Dust; Triplicity; Seems Lie a Lifetime Ago Pt 1; One of a Kind; The Wooden Man Sings And the Stone Woman Cavorts; Beelzebub; Footloose and Fancy Free.
CD18 (From Conception to Birth): Bridge of Inhibition Demo; Bridge of Inhibition; Pressure Demo; Pressure; Hotel Splendour Demo; Hotel Splendour; Lingo Demo; Lingo; If Summer Had Its Ghosts Demo; If Summer Had Its Ghosts; Original Sin Demo; Original Sin; Footloose and Fancy Free Demo; Footloose and Fancy Free; Triplicity Demo; Triplicity; Banyan Demo.
CD19 (Heavenly Bodies Expanded Part 1): Stromboli Kicks; Making a Song and Dance; Up North; Candles Still Flicker in Romania’s Dark; Pigalle; My Heart Declares a Holiday; Temple of the Winds; Nerve; Gentle Persuasion; It Needn’t End in Tears; Libreville; Dancing on Frith Street; Bridge of Inhibition.
CD20 (Heavenly Bodies Expanded Part 2): No Truce With the Furies; Dewey-Eyed, Then Dancing; A Part, And Yet Apart; Revel Without a Pause; The Sound of Surprise; White Knuckle Wedding; Youth; Rosa Ballerina; Thud; Blues for Little Joe.

Heavenly Bodies – The Expanded Collection

Label: Summerfold UK
Released: 2019
Track listing: Disc 1: Stromboli Kicks; Making a Song and Dance; Up North; Candles Still Flicker in Romania's Dark; Pigalle; My Heart Declares a Holiday; Temple of the Winds; Nerve; Gentle Persuasion; It Needn't End in Tears; Libreville; Dancing on Frith Street; Bridge of Inhibition.


Disc 2: No Truce with the Furies; Dewey-Eyed, Then Dancing; A Part, and Yet Apart; Revel Without a Pause; The Sound of Surprise; White Knuckle Wedding; Youth; Rosa Ballerina; Thud; Blues for Little Joe.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bill Bruford's Earthworks: Earthworks Complete

Read "Earthworks Complete" reviewed by John Kelman

Since retiring as a professional musician in 2009, progressive/art rock turned jazz drummer Bill Bruford has successfully managed to maintained a place in the public eye. Beyond his engaging, informative and successful Bill Bruford: The Autobiography (Jawbone Press, 2009), the drummer/percussionist has more recently released a second, equally captivating book, Uncharted: Creativity and the Expert Drummer ...

ARTICLE: PROFILE

Martin Speake: The Thinking Fan's Saxophonist

Read "Martin Speake: The Thinking Fan's Saxophonist" reviewed by Duncan Heining

British alto saxophonist, Martin Speake, is one of the most adventurous and articulate musicians in a music peppered with creative artists. That he is not a household name--even within the proscribed and marginalised world of jazz--says more about the times than it does about Speake or his single-minded approach to his art. Speake combines ...

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

Martin Speake: The Unquiet Mind

Read "Martin Speake: The Unquiet Mind" reviewed by Duncan Heining

We have here three very fine CDs from British alto saxophonist, Martin Speake. Speake is classically trained and when I first heard him in the late 90s, he brought to jazz a tone that emphasised the clarity of each note and the purity of the melodic line that was quite unusual in a music more used ...

Manfred Eicher: ECM - Selected Signs III - VIII

Read "Manfred Eicher: ECM - Selected Signs III - VIII" reviewed by John Kelman

When München's Haus der Kunst sponsored a nearly three-month exhibition about the ECM Records label, ECM: A Cultural Archeology, which ran from November, 2012 to February, 2013, there was far more to it than just bringing together collections of album covers, rarely seen video, archival tapes, imagery and concert performances. As much as ECM has carved ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mick Hutton / The Boat-Rockers: Live at Appleby 2004

Read "Live at Appleby 2004" reviewed by John Kelman

The physical nature of playing means that a musician's career can be scuttled by conditions that might only inconvenience others. British bassist Mick Hutton has been an in-demand player for over twenty-five years, working with artists including drummer Bill Bruford, pianist John Taylor and saxophonist Tim Garland. He was also a member of First House that, ...

Live at Appleby 2004

Label: Mick Hutton Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Kanji (set one); Looga Barooga; The Hot Pipe Torture (set one); June 1815 (set one); Lister (set one); Turing; Harpers Ferry (set one); Souvenir; Running with Scissors (set one); Kanji (set two); The Hot Pipe Torture (set two); June 1815 (set two); Lister (set two); Harpers Ferry (set two); Running with Scissors (set two).


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