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ALL HEAVEN BROKE LOOSE

Bill Bruford's Earthworks

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

2.83 | 14 ratings

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Atavachron
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2 stars I love Bill Bruford. He is the most singularly gifted drummer I know and he has created or helped create some of the finest prog and fusion the World has ever heard. Sadly for me, his Earthworks project was disappointing. Perhaps I was expecting BLUE or the Bruford band circa 1978 but I should know better than to think this artist would stand still-- a true progressive. 'All Heaven Broke Loose' is a slight departure for him; not prog, fusion or trad. jazz, a somewhat queasy session that blends contemporary jazz stylings, electro-rock and a touch of pop. This marriage doesn't quite work, however, infrequently demonstrating that blend with success and leaving us with only a few interesting cuts. Ah well, maybe next time. Still love 'ya, Bill.
Atavachron | 2/5 |

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