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Bruford - Communication's On Album

Bruford - Communication's On Album
Title:
Communication's On
Performer:
Bruford
Style:
Prog Rock, Jazz-Rock
Catalog:
Blue Cafe 05
Country:
Japan
MP3 album size:
2095 mb
FLAC album size:
1029 mb
Genre:
Label:
Blue Cafe

Tracklist


1Beelzebub3:26
2Palewell Park4:25
3The Sliding Floor6:17
4Land's End8:36
5Sample And Hold10:10
6Hell's Bells5:19
7Ago Of Information9:07
8Faiting In Coils (incl. Back To The Beginning)13:46
9Five G8:42
10Joe Frazier3:21


Credits


  • Bass Guitar, VocalsJeff Berlin
  • Drums, PercussionBill Bruford
  • GuitarJohn Clark
  • KeyboardsDave Stewart


Notes


Live at Roxy, LA, 1980-07-24 (Late Show)


Album


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