Bill Bruford - Seems Like a Lifetime Ago

This aptly named 8-disc limited edition set of Bill Bruford late 1970s albums contains previously unreleased, remixed, or remastered material, presented in a 12" box which includes a signed, numbered certificate of authentication. Covering his first four solo albums, the great news for high resolution surround fans is Jakko Jakszyk has remixed both “Feels Good to Me” and “One of a Kind” in 5.1 surround sound and their companion original stereo mixes have been remastered on 2 DVD-A’s. These first two albums plus “Gradually Going Tornado” and “The Bruford Tapes” have all been remastered along with bonus tracks over 4 CD’s. The final 2 CD’s contain the previously unreleased 1980 Live at the Venue in London along with the previously unreleased 18 sketches of new material for the 4th Album Rehearsal Sessions recorded in 1980.

Progressive Rock aficionados know how the incredible talents of Bill Bruford, Dave Stewart, Allan Holdsworth, Jeff Berlin and the 'Unknown' John Clark blended so amazingly well on these albums. That makes this strictly limited edition of 2000 copies globally a critical purchase for collectors. The set contains a 16-page color booklet, a concert poster reproduction, plus two black and white photo prints of the band.

Scheduled for release October 27, 2017

  • 2 DVD-A's and 6 CD's limited edition with 5.1 mixes.

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