Tim Garland - Gwilym Simcock - Laurence Cottle
The Wooden Man Sings, And The Stone Woman Dances
Paderborn Germany 16.05.2005

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Bill Bruford EARTHWORKS: Video Anthology 1
The first in a two volume anthology of concert footage of Bill Bruford's Earthworks, one of the longest lived, best travelled, and most original jazz quartets. This volume chronicles the band's progress through the 2000s, and volume 2 does the same for the 1990s. Filmed on tour in the USA (2001), Argentina (2002), and Germany (2005), this DVD also includes three previously unrecorded tracks, and marks the debut performance of bassist Laurence Cottle and pianist Gwilym Simcock. Most of the material has never before been released on DVD or video.
Bill Bruford EARTHWORKS: Video Anthology 2
This 85 minute DVD is the 2nd in a 2-volume anthology of previously unreleased concert footage of Bill Brufords Earthworks, one of the longest lived and most original jazz quartets around today. It chronicles the bands progress through the 1990s from its electronic start to its acoustic renaissance. The group was originated as a vehicle for Brufords unusual and innovative use of electronic percussion, and did much to challenge perceptions about what a drummer should, or should not do in the jazz medium. Filmed in Germany, Japan and Belgium in 1991 and 1999.