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Bill Bruford. Batería y percusión (1973-1995). -Larks' Tongues in Aspic (1973) -Starless and bible black (1974) -Red (1974) -Discipline (1981) -Beat (1982) -Three of a perfect pair (1984) -Thrak (1995)

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Yes in 1971. This might be one of my favorite pictures of theirs. Chris Squire, Bill Bruford, Steve Howe, Jon Anderson, Tony Kaye.

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Eddie Gomez: performances with jazz giants such as Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Gerry Mulligan, John Coltrane, Benny Goodman, Buck Clayton, Ahmad Jamal, Bill Bruford, Scott LaFaro, Marian McPartland, Paul Bley, Michael Brecker, Wayne Shorter, Steps Ahead, Steve Gadd, Ron Carter, Jeremy Steig, Herbie Hancock, Tony Williams, Al Foster, Chick Corea, Eugenio Toussaint and Carli Muñoz. Time lauded: "Eddie Gómez has the world on his strings"

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from Getty Images

Yes In London

Bill Bruford, Chris Squire, Peter Banks, Jon Anderson and Tony Kaye) pose for a portrait in July 1969 in London, Great Britain.

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Chris Squire (The Bass Titan of Yes - RIP), Bill Bruford (formerly of Yes & King Crimson) and Steve Howe (currently of Yes & Asia). Year unknown.

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Bill Bruford: An original Crimson drummer, and one of the original double/drum guys, once with Jaimie Muir and once with my hubby Pat.

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King Crimson Larks' Tongues In Aspic (1973) Bass, Vocals – John Wetton Drums – Bill Bruford Guitar, Mellotron, Electronics [Devices] – Robert Fripp Percussion [& Allsorts] – Jamie Muir Producer – King Crimson Violin, Viola, Mellotron – David Cross

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