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  1. Mezijar

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    [Bb Gm C E Fm Gb Abm Ab Eb B D F A Gbm Dbm] Chords for Bill Bruford - Hell's Bells with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin.
  2. Kajirisar

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    Bruford discography and songs: Music profile for Bruford, formed Genres: Jazz Fusion, Progressive Rock, Jazz-Rock. Albums include One of a Kind, Feels Good to .
  3. Fenrikus

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    Bruford's One Of A Kind includes several bonafide classics including College Radio staples from back in the day such as time-and-mind-twisting "Hells Bells" and "Fainting In Coils." This is a gem -- a masterpiece even -- featuring one of the greatest guitarists of our times, Allan Holdsworth (RIP).
  4. Vudonris

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    Bruford was the group name used for drummer Bill Bruford's first few solo albums. The band initially included Dave Stewart on keyboards, Jeff Berlin on bass, and Allan Holdsworth on guitar. For Feels Good to Me () the band was joined by singer Annette Peacock and Kenny Wheeler on flugelhorn. One of a Kind () found the band stripped down to the core quartet, who also recorded a live.
  5. Nami

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    Bill Bruford is a versatile drummer whose sound has influenced countless other players in a variety of genres. From his tenures with Yes, Genesis and King Crimson in progressive rock to recordings with his bands Bruford and Bill Bruford's Earthworks in jazz, his precision and imagination are distinctive. He has also experimented widely with new technologies for percussion playing. 3/18/
  6. Daishicage

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Hell's Bells on Discogs. Label: EG - E.G.E.P.1 • Format: Vinyl 7 Bruford - Hell's Bells (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(4).
  7. Tusida

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    The Bruford Tapes is a live album released in shortly after the One Of A Kind studio album. It features live performances of tunes taken from One Of A Kind as well as the debut Feels Good To Me. The line-up consists of Bill Bruford (obviously!) on drums, Jeff Berlin on bass, and Dave Stewart on keyboards, with John Clark replacing Allan /5(13).
  8. Shakagul

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    Ooohhhh, THAT "Hell's Bells".I thought you meant Bruford's and I was trying to imagine what bell sound you were talking about. Maybe there is a sound that you could slow down to approximate the bell sound? Acoustic: FrankenKit - Late '60s Slingerland Kit, Ludwig snare and floor tom, add-on Pearl toms, Zildjian, Sabian and Paiste cymbals.

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