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All Heaven Broke Loose

All Heaven Broke Loose
Bill Bruford's Earthworks
Released 1991
Recorded January and February 1991
Genre Jazz fusion
Label EG Records
Producer David Torn, Bill Bruford
Bill Bruford's Earthworks chronology

Dig?
(1989)
All Heaven Broke Loose
(1991)
Stamping Ground
(1994)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic - 4.5/5 stars[1]
Entertainment Weekly (A)[2]

All Heaven Broke Loose is the third album by Bill Bruford's Earthworks, featuring Django Bates, Iain Ballamy and Tim Harries. It was released on EG Records in 1991.

Reception

Allmusic awarded the album with 4.5 stars and its review by Scott Yanow states: "Full of unpredictability, subtle mood changes, touches of eccentric funk and a surprisingly creative use of electronic rhythms here and there, Bruford's band plays intense but sometimes melancholy and introspective music. Recommended".[1]

Track listing

  1. "Hotel Splendour" (Iain Ballamy, Django Bates, Bill Bruford) – 4:42
  2. "Forget-Me-Not" (Ballamy, Bates) – 8:25
  3. "Candles Still Flicker in Romania's Dark" (Bates) – 4:35
  4. "Pigalle" (Bates, Bruford) – 6:32
  5. "Temple of the Winds" (Ballamy, Bruford, Tim Harries) – 5:02
  6. "Nerve" (Ballamy, Bates, Bruford) – 6:07
  7. "Splashing Out" (Ballamy, Bates) – 5:25
  8. "All Heaven Broke Loose:
    1. Psalm, 2. Old Song" (Ballamy, Bates, Bruford) – 9:20

Personnel

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