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Bill Bruford - Bruford: Feels Good To Me CD (album) cover


Bill Bruford


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.94 | 192 ratings

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Chris S
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3 stars Reading such excellent reviews prompted me to go out and buy the album a couple of months ago, I enjoy obscure prog rock like Gong, Steve Hillage and especially the more mainstream Yes, KC and Genesis both having had BB input at certain times. I also like off the wall, unpredictabel sound. That is certainly where Feels Good To Me comes in. It does have some excellent songs like the title track, 'Sample and Hold', ' Beezlebub' and ' Either End Of August' The musicianship is high calibre stuff but I do feel the album is let down in parts as in ' Back To The Beginning' where Annette Peacock does the song no favours, well personally I think it is poor all round, even as obscure and off the wall as it is.There are a few other moments on the album where it gets lost which is why it warrants a three star rating. If I compare this to the likes of a Chris Squire or Steve Howe debut or dare I say it another certain drummer, Phil Collin's debut I feel their offerings were stronger than Feels Good To Me. Not excluding the fact what a brilliant drummer Bill Bruford most certainly is.
Chris S | 3/5 |


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