One of a kind

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Last seen on: –L.A. Times Daily Crossword – Jun 23 2022
Irish Times Simplex – Feb 8 2021
Irish Times Simplex – Nov 5 2020

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One of a Kind is the second solo album by the drummer Bill Bruford, and the first proper album by his band Bruford. It was released in 1979 and is a collection of instrumentals in a style that can loosely be defined as jazz fusion. The group features guitarist Allan Holdsworth, bassist Jeff Berlin and keyboardist Dave Stewart. Two of the tracks (“Forever Until Sunday” and “The Sahara of Snow”) were originally performed live in 1978 by Bruford’s previous band U.K., but never recorded by them as Bruford kept the pieces for himself when he exited the band. Former U.K. associate Eddie Jobson co-wrote “The Sahara of Snow” and reprises his violin part on “Forever Until Sunday”. Stewart’s “Hell’s Bells” utilizes a fragment penned by his former National Health colleague Alan Gowen (the 3-chord pattern underlying the guitar solo). Holdsworth’s “The Abingdon Chasp” is the only piece he wrote for Bruford.

2005 bonus cut

11. Manacles [live 1979] (Stewart, Bruford) 7:25


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