Bruford - Gradually Going Tornado

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    Gradually Going Tornado is the third and final studio album by Bruford. It was co-produced by Weather Report collaborator Ron Malo and released in 1980 (see 1980 in music). In contrast to the band's previous all-instrumental effort, several songs were sung by bassist Jeff Berlin. The closing Dave Stewart composition "Land's End" includes music previously used on the opening and closing tracks of the National Health album Of Queues and Cures (1978). This album is considered among one of the best albums in the progressive

    Following his debut "Feels Good To Me" and its acclaimed successor "One of a Kind", Bruford continued to evolve and experiment on "Gradually Going Tornado", the last studio release by his astonishing group, Bruford. Exhibiting a left-field shift in direction, the album featured bassist Jeff Berlin on lead vocals for the first time and new guitarist 'The Unknown' John Clark (replacing the departed Allan Holdsworth).
    Track Listings:
    Age of Information 4:41
    Gothic 17 5:07
    Joe Frazier 4:41
    Q.E.D. 7:46
    The Sliding Floor 4:58
    Palewell Park 3:57
    "Plans for J.D. 3:50
    Land's End 10:20
    Total Time: 46:02
    Artist Name(s):
    Dave Stewart – keyboards
    John Clark – guitar
    Jeff Berlin – bass, vocals
    Bill Bruford – drums, producer
    Georgie Born – cello (2)
    Amanda Parsons & Barbara Gaskin – choir (8)
    Producer(s):
    Bill Bruford, Ron Malo
    Release Date:
    No value
    Style:
    Jazz, Progressive
    Album Type:
    Studio
    Formats:
    Cassette, Compact Disc, Digital / Download, LP 33 1/3
    Cover & Packge Design:
    Paul Neagu
    Engineer(s): Pete Buhlman, Martin Moss
    Label / Publishing
    Label Name:
    EG, Polydor, Burning Shed, Polydor
    Catalog Number(s):
    PD-1-6261, EGCD 44
    Location:
    Surrey, England
    Sources
    Editions / Reissues
    1. EG EGLP 104 UK 1980
    2. Polydor 2302 097 Sweden 1980
    3. Polydor PD-1-6261 Canada 1980
    4. EG EGCD 44 US 1990
    5. Polydor PD-1-6261 US 1980
    Synthesizers Used
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