Feels Good to Me

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Feels Good to Me
Bill Bruford Feels Good To Me.jpg
Studio album by Bruford
Released August 1978 (1978-08)
Recorded August 1977 (1977-08)
at Trident Studios, London, UK
Genre Jazz fusion
Length 46:58
Label EG (Polydor)
Producer Robin Lumley, Bill Bruford
Bruford chronology
Feels Good to Me
(1978)
One of a Kind
(1979)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Feels Good to Me is the 1978 debut solo album by the British drummer Bill Bruford. The band Bruford grew out of the line-up assembled for this album. Led by drummer Bill Bruford, the album features guitarists Allan Holdsworth and John Goodsall, bassist Jeff Berlin, keyboardist Dave Stewart, and ECM flügelhorn stalwart Kenny Wheeler. He also enlisted singer and songwriter Annette Peacock. Musically, the album does not sound like the early Canterbury scene but is more reminiscent of contemporaries Brand X, whose guitarist John Goodsall appears here on the title track. The album, released in August 1978, is also considered a "vanguard of progressive jazz improvised music".[2]

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Bill Bruford, except where noted.

  1. "Beelzebub" 3:22
  2. "Back to the Beginning" 7:25
  3. "Seems Like a Lifetime Ago (Part One)" 2:31
  4. "Seems Like a Lifetime Ago (Part Two)" 4:29
  5. "Sample and Hold" (Bruford, Stewart) 5:12
  6. "Feels Good to Me" 3:53
  7. "Either End of August" 5:24
  8. "If You Can't Stand the Heat..." (Bruford, Stewart) 3:26
  9. "Springtime in Siberia" (Bruford, Stewart) 2:44
  10. "Adios a la Pasada (Goodbye to the Past)" (Bruford, Annette Peacock) 8:41
2005 bonus cut
11. "Joe Frazier" [live] (Berlin) 4:39

Personnel[edit]

with

Production[edit]

  • Produced by Robin Lumley & Bill Bruford
  • Tape operators: John Brand, Colin Green, Stephen Short
  • Engineer: Stephen W Tayler
  • Equipment technicians: Peter Revill, Mick Rossi

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jurek, Thom. Fells Good to Me at AllMusic. Retrieved 25 June 2012.
  2. ^ Nazam, Mo (March 1991). "The Allan Holdsworth Interviews". International Musician and Recording World. Retrieved 25 June 2012. 

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