After using Yes and Ruler Crimson, drummer Costs Bruford took a big step toward jazz-rock and fusion using the establishment of his own group, merely named Bruford, in the later ’70s. He presented the music group, featuring a primary lineup of himself on drums and percussion (including vibraphone) with keyboardist Dave Stewart (Egg, Hatfield as well as the North, Country wide Wellness), guitarist Allan Holdsworth (Soft Machine, Gong, Tony Williams), and bassist Jeff Berlin, on Feels Great if you ask me, which also included performances by vocalist Annette Peacock, flügelhornist Kenny Wheeler, and guitarist John Goodsall (Brand X). Documented at Trident Studios in London in 1977 (the same area and year which the drummer and his Bruford music group guitarist Holdsworth documented the debut disk by prog rock and roll supergroup U.K. with John Wetton and Eddie Jobson) and released on Editions EG the next year, Feels Great if you ask me was both Costs Bruford’s first single album as well as the debut documenting by Bruford the music group, which released a follow-up, Original, in 1979 (documented at Trident in January of this year). Original highlighted a quartet lineup from the drummer/head, Stewart, Holdsworth, and Berlin, but Holdsworth departed the music group in springtime of 1979, to become changed by “the unidentified” John Clark (whose phrasing and build would end up being remarkably comparable to Holdsworth’s) for 1980’s Steadily Going Tornado, significant also for bassist Berlin moving from vocals. A live 1979 NEW YORK radio broadcast from the Bruford music group (also offering Clark on acoustic guitar) saw launch as The Bruford Tapes in 1980, however the group disbanded by Sept of that yr, reportedly when confronted with pressure from Editions EG administration, who were significantly less than happy with the band’s finances. The following yr, Bill Bruford became a member of the new edition of Ruler Crimson with Robert Fripp, Adrian Belew, and Tony Levin. The drummer’s use his namesake music group would reappear on disk in 1986, nevertheless, taking on a lion’s talk about from the compilation Get better at Strokes: 1978-1985. In the middle-’80s Expenses Bruford started leading another group, Earthworks, which shifted even more highly inside a jazz path, premiering with an eponymous recording in 1987.