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o With Earthworks second album, Dig?, Bill Bruford began to be accepted, on a broader level, as a jazz drummer, even though his roots in the style go right back to his formative years.
o Bruford had found players who were clearly familiar with the jazz tradition, even as they pursued ways to break it down and reconstruct it in new and unusual ways.
o Earthworks' second and best release features young Turks Ballamy and Bates and a new bassist, Tim Harries, who replaces Mick Hutton.
o Tunes are by everybody and Tony Hatch (the latter a mutant arrangement of Downtown by Bates which will not be entering the top 40).
o This edition has two bonus tracks in addition - Emotional Shirt and Pigalle - culled from the band's live appearances.
o This album has been out of print for some time. This re-release is on Bruford's own Summerfold Records and was overseen personally by him.