The Bruford Tapes

The Bruford Tapes is a live 1979 album by the British band Bruford, only issued in the United States, Canada and Japan. It was recorded on July 12, 1979 in Roslyn, New York State and originally broadcast on WLIR radio. Shortly before the tour, guitarist Allan Holdsworth left the band and was replaced by his student John Clark (appearing as "the unknown John Clark" on the album sleeve), who had played with the prog group Quasar. The show features extended performances of material from the group's previous two albums Feels Good to Me and One of a Kind.

The Bruford Tapes
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Live album by
Released1979
Recorded12 July 1979
GenreJazz fusion, progressive rock
Length43:37
LabelE.G. Records
CD issued by Winterfold Records
ProducerMichael Billeter
Bruford chronology
One of a Kind
(1979)
The Bruford Tapes
(1979)
Gradually Going Tornado
(1980)

Track listingEdit

Side one
  1. "Hell's Bells" (Alan Gowen, Dave Stewart) - 4:02
  2. "Sample and Hold" (Bruford, Stewart) - 6:18
  3. "Fainting in Coils | Back to the Beginning | Fainting in Coils" (Bruford) - 6:34
  4. "Travels with Myself – And Someone Else" (Bruford) - 4:37
Side two
  1. "Beelzebub" (Bruford) - 3:28
  2. "The Sahara of Snow - part one" (Bruford) - 4:46
  3. "The Sahara of Snow - part two" (Bruford, Eddie Jobson) - 3:07
  4. "One of a Kind - part two" (Bruford, Stewart) - 8:06
  5. "5G" (Berlin, Bruford, Stewart) - 2:39

2005 CD bonus cut

10. "The Age of Information" (Bruford, Stewart)

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