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June 1st 1974: Kevin Ayers, John Cale, Nico, Eno, Mike Oldfield and Robert Wyatt: The Greatest Supergroup of the Seventies

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Authors:
Dave Thompson
ISBN10:
148957283X
ISBN:
9781489572837
Paperback, Createspace, 2013, ISBN13 9781489572837, ISBN10 148957283X
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Unthanks - Songs of Robert Wyatt & Antony & T [CD]

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The Unthanks
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    Robert Wyatt - End of an Ear [CD]

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    Artist:
    Robert Wyatt
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    Ayers, Kevin Mike Oldfield, Robert Wyatt, David Bedfo - Garden of Love [CD]

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    Robert Wyatt - Short Break [CD]

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    Watt, Ben / Wyatt, Robert - Summer Into Winter / North Marine Drive [Vinyl]

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    Personnel: Vic Chesnutt (vocals, acoustic guitar, nylon-string guitar, baritone ukulele, harmonica, Fender Rhodes piano, synthesizer, sampler); John Keane (slide guitar); Jeorge Seder (bass guitar); Norman Der Sluys (drums); Scott Stuckey (background vocals).
    Engineers: Don Zientara; Scott Stuckey; Rick Fowler.
    Recording information: Aunt Mabel's House, Eastman, Georgia; Inner Ear Studios, Arlington, VA; Full Moon Studios, Watkinsville, GA; Mackenzie Roberson Studios, Athens GA.
    Vic Chesnutt's third album, 1994's DRUNK, is the Athens, Georgia-based singer/songwriter's first that was not produced by his early mentor Michael Stipe. Chesnutt leaves behind the deliberately lo-fi production of his two previous releases and incorporates electric instrumentation into his small-combo arrangements for the first time. The result is a tremendous, thought-provoking, funny, and painful record.
    Like the similarly wheelchair-bound singer/songwriter Robert Wyatt, Chesnutt regularly addresses his medical and physical condition in his work, here in the slyly rueful "Gluefoot" and the harrowing "Supernatural." Yet also like Wyatt, Chesnutt never allows his illness to define him, focusing on other aspects of his life on obviously autobiographical tunes like "Kick My Ass" and "When I Ran Odd and Left Her." Other highlights include a Stevie Smith poem set to music, "One of Many," and "Sleeping Man," which appears in both a straightforward acoustic version and the wild, psychedelic "Syd Version."

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    Personnel: Vic Chesnutt (vocals, acoustic guitar, nylon-string guitar, baritone ukulele, harmonica, Fender Rhodes piano, synthesizer, sampler); John Keane (slide guitar); Jeorge Seder (bass guitar);
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    Soft Machine: Elton Dean (alto saxophone, electric piano); Mike Ratledge (electric piano, organ); Hugh Hopper (bass guitar); John Marshall (drums).
    Recording information: Paris, France (05/02/1972).
    Those whose interest in British jazz-rock legend Soft Machine ceases at the point where drummer/singer Robert Wyatt left the band in 1971 stand to have their preconceptions shattered by this two-disc live recording of the band's subsequent phase. One of numerous revelatory live Soft Machine recordings released posthumously by Cuneiform Records, LIVE IN PARIS catches the group in transition. With John Marshall (former bandmate of UK free-jazzer Keith Tippett) replacing Wyatt, Soft Machine moved definitively away from rock trappings toward a jazzier, more cerebral approach that further accentuated the improvisatory abilities of keyboardist Mike Ratledge and saxman Elton Dean.
    They prove themselves fully able to tackle the bulk of their landmark Wyatt-era album THIRD here. However, tracks that would appear shortly after this May '72 concert on FIFTH show the band flexing new muscles. Dean's post-Coltrane solos and Ratledge's trademark fuzz-organ lines bob and weave through tunes that show the quartet to be no slouches in the compositional department (of course Dean, Ratledge and bassist Hugh Hopper had already contributed mightily to the band's songbook before Wyatt left). Three of these tracks would never make it to the studio, as this mighty lineup would splinter before FIFTH was even released, making LIVE IN PARIS all the more special.

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    Soft Machine: Elton Dean (alto saxophone, electric piano); Mike Ratledge (electric piano, organ); Hugh Hopper (bass guitar); John Marshall (drums).Recording information: Paris, France
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    Robert Wyatt - End of an Ear [CD]

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    Artist:
    Robert Wyatt
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    Robert Wyatt - Shleep [CD]

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    Soft Machine includes: Robert Wyatt (vocals, guitar, piano); Kevin Ayers (vocals, guitar, bass).

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    Soft Machine includes: Robert Wyatt (vocals, guitar, piano); Kevin Ayers (vocals, guitar, bass).
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    Matching Mole: Robert Wyatt (vocals, drums); Phil Miller (guitar); Dave McCrae (keyboards); Bill McCormick (bass).
    Recorded live in March 1972.

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    Matching Mole: Robert Wyatt (vocals, drums); Phil Miller (guitar); Dave McCrae (keyboards); Bill McCormick (bass).Recorded live in March 1972.
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    Different Every Time: A Authorised Biography of Robert Wyatt

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    Paperback, Pgw, 2015, ISBN13 9781593766160, ISBN10 1593766165
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    Robert Wyatt - Dondestan (Revisited) [CD]

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    Soft Machine: Robert Wyatt, Mike Ratledge, Kevin Ayers, David Allen.

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    Soft Machine: Robert Wyatt, Mike Ratledge, Kevin Ayers, David Allen.
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    Personnel include: Gary Windo (vocals, bass clarinet, tenor saxophone); Al Anderson (guitar); Terry Adams (piano); Robert Wyatt (organ, drums, percussion); Hugh Hopper, Joey Stampinato, Steve Swallow (bass guitar); Tom Ardolino (drums).
    Recording information: 1971 - 1981.

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    Personnel include: Gary Windo (vocals, bass clarinet, tenor saxophone); Al Anderson (guitar); Terry Adams (piano); Robert Wyatt (organ, drums, percussion); Hugh Hopper, Joey Stampinato, Steve Swallow
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