Plans For J.D. - Bruford - Gradually Going Tornado (Vinyl, LP, Album)
Label: Editions EG - 2490 152 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Electronic, Jazz, Rock • Style: Jazz-Rock, Synth-pop, Prog Rock
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9 thoughts on “ Plans For J.D. - Bruford - Gradually Going Tornado (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”
The group that Bill Bruford headed put out 3 tremendous albums, the second one, "One Of A Kind," being the best. This super group was composed of superstars, even when the guitarist was changed on this album. Particularly of note was Dave Stewart, maybe the most underrated keyboard player in rock music. "Gradually Going Tornado" was the third Reviews:
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Gradually Going Tornado by Bruford. Share. Progressive Rock; $ 5. The Sliding Floor $ 6. Palewell Park $ 7. Plans For J.D. $ 8. Land's End $ Also by Bruford. Feels Good To Me (Remastered) $ The Bruford Tapes. $ One of a Kind. $ People who bought this release.
Vinyl may be dirty, and can lack a fair amount of luster. Vinyl can have a number of marks, either in clusters or smaller amounts, but deeper. This is the kind of record that you'd buy to play, but not because it looked that great. Still, the flaws should be mostly cosmetic, with nothing too deep that would ruin the overall record.
Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings ; The Sounds of the Tornados: London Telstar: The Sound of the Tornados: Not Now Music Bustin' Surfboards: Sundazed Away from It All Yesterday's Pop Scene: Decca
Vinyl LP pressing of this album from the drumming legend and his band. Gradually Going Tornado features a shift in the sound of Bruford with the addition of guitarist John Clark in for the departed Allan Holdsworth. Vocal duties on this album are also handled by bassist Jeff Berlin, leading the band in a different but exciting direction/5(35).
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Bruford's Gradually Going Tornado album had the unenviable task of following on the heels of Feels Good to Me and One of a Kind, two late seventies Jazz Rock albums, One of a Kind in particular of mythic status amongst lovers of Fusion and Progressive Rock/5(18).