This long awaited little tome arrived yesterday and I couldn't wait to get my greedy paws all over it.
If you are a fan of Bruford and his work, this is a knock-out.
The chapter on the 80's Crimson is priceless.
Bruford takes off the gloves baby and dishes hard.
It makes you want to say, "Gee, Bill, why don't you tell us what you really think??"
There's a story about Tony Levin at an Al DiMeola session that is incredible. Simply Mozartian.
It is so good that it is hard to get anything else done.