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Gli UK furono un gruppo progressive britannico dalla vita purtroppo breve. La band fu fondata dal cantante\bassista John Wetton e dal batterista Bill Bruford (insieme nei King Crimson). Il primo chiama il tastierista/violinista Eddie Jobson (conosciuto nei Roxy Music), il secondo il chitarrista Allan Holdsworth (con cui aveva suonato nei Gong). Il loro primo, omonimo album (1978) è considerato un classico nel genere.

Dopo la dipartita di Bruford e Holdsworth per formare la band jazz-rock Bruford, il batterista… ulteriori informazioni

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  • The various original bootlegs of what was to be the original band's second album -- now obtainable-- are gems, however. Still, as a long-time prog aficionado, I wish this lineup had lasted for several years longer. Who knows what it could've created. Imagine a 20+ minute composition (such as "Close to the Edge") by this foursome!
  • The first album U. K. is a prog lover's "must own". 2nd lp Danger Money has it's moments (Rendezvous 6.02 and Danger Money tracks esp.) Live album was a let down, dammit!
  • Truly one of the pinnacles of progressive rock.
  • who's that pretty lady in the photo, oh wait it's jobson
  • Bruford is absolute monster on The Only Thing She Needs. The entire band's chemistry is great on both their self-titled and Danger Money, but Bill's masterful drumming is the real highlight for me.
  • Last FM has 2 listings for this band UK and U.K. both the same of course...need some "disambiguation" I think...
  • 1st one the best tho
  • Last FM needs to do something about these dumb and ignorant bands who take the names of established artists. This KU album should not be included here it is NOT a UK album.
  • Great music. It's a real pity, that THE name - ironically - makes them so much harder to explore.

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