Album: Gradually Going Tornado Artist: Bruford 1980, E.G. Records CD, EGCD 44 Band Members: Bill Bruford - drums and cymbals Dave Stewart - keyboards Jeff Berlin - bass and lead vocals The Unknown John Clark - guitar Georgie Born - cello (on 2) Barbara Gaskin - voices (on 8) Amanda Parsons - voices (on 8) Produced by Ron Malo and Bill Bruford Tracks: 1. Age Of Information (Bruford/Stewart) (4:51) 2. Gothic 17 (Bruford/Stewart) (5:08) 3. Joe Frazier (Berlin) (4:45) 4. Q.E.D. (Bruford/Stewart) (7:50) 5. The Sliding Floor (Bruford/Stewart) (5:03) 6. Palewell Park (Bruford) (4:00) 7. Plans For J.D. (Bruford) (4:02) 8. Land's End (Stewart) (10:19) Comments: This is the last album by the group which bore Bruford's name, and it is, arguably, their weakest effort... which isn't really saying much. The playing is as inspired as ever. The main detraction comes from Jeff Berlin's lead vocals on four of the eight tracks. Still, Joe Frazier, Q.E.D., and Land's End are worth the price of admission alone. Soon after this album, Bruford moved on to the re-formed King Crimson, renouncing all of his solo efforts. (NOTE: On the original album, the title of Q.E.D. was actually pronounced "The Square Root Of Q.E.D." The title was written as "Q.E.D." underneath a square root sign.)Thanks to John Sowalsky for providing this information.