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  1. Kazinris Reply
    Flags [] Machines Programmed By Genes [] The Drum Also Waltzes [] Infra Dig [] A Way With Words [] Everything You've Heard Is True [] Personnel: Patrick Moraz – Steinway D concert grand piano, Kurzweil synthesizer Bill Bruford – acoustic and electric drums and percussion Password.
  2. Zolorr Reply
    Bill Bruford est l'ancien batteur de Yes (avant Relayer) et de King Crimson (et d' U.K.). Il s'est rapidement tourné vers le jazz-rock et le jazz plus contemporain, parfois cérébral. Cet album est le dialogue entre la batterie plutôt électronique de Bill et les claviers plutôt synthétiques de Patrick, avec un soucis constant dans le /5(3).
  3. Gugal Reply
    Former Yes members Patrick Moraz (keyboards: ) and original drummer Bill Bruford (drums: ) joined forces in to release the underrated classic 'Music For Piano And Drums.' While fans of progressive rock might not appreciate this as much as jazz fans would, it's still something that's well worth checking out/5(11).
  4. Vodal Reply
    16 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Patrick Moraz • Bill Bruford - Flags at Discogs. Complete your Patrick Moraz • Bill Bruford collection/5(68).
  5. Gromi Reply
    Album Description. Reissued collection of three albums recorded by British drummer Bill Bruford (Yes, King Crimson, Bruford, Earthworks), in collaboration with Swiss keyboardist Patrick Moraz (Refugee, Yes, Moody Blues): Music for Piano and Drums (); Flags (); and In Tokyo (, recorded live in ).
  6. Voodoorr Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Flags on Discogs. Label: EG - EGLP 63,EG - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz • Patrick Moraz • Bill Bruford - Flags (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(12).
  7. Mikamuro Reply
    Artist: Bill Bruford & Patrick Moraz Title: Flags Year Of Release: Label: Winterfold Records Genre: Jazz-Rock Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue, log, Artwork) Total Time: Total Size: MB WebSite: Album Preview.
  8. Mecage Reply
    Patrick Moraz was very innovative and this album still has a vibrancy despite its age. If I were listening to it for the first time now I wonder how I would view it. Some of the sounds seem old fashioned now and popular music of this type has perhaps moved on/5(6).
  9. Mik Reply
    The first album by Bill Bruford and Patrick Moraz was a welcome release. It was three years since the Bruford band had broken up, and while King Crimson was back (at the time), it was a less than powerful edition, passing off layered fingered exercises as innovative music (well, I suppose it was, in a way)/5(8).

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