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Robert Wyatt

Features

Wednesday, July 18 2007

Part 4: Heaven 17 to N.W.A. (1981-1988)

Sarcasm, irony, tongue-in-cheek, parody. Thumb your nose at 'em. Flip 'em the finger. Plug in the amp and blast 'em. That oughta kick 'em outta their apathy and get their asses shakin'! And more thoughts on motivational music.


Columns

Sunday, June 2 2013

Tomorrow Belongs to Her: The Art That Rose Against Thatcher

Margaret Thatcher is dead, yet her influence is stronger than ever. What lessons can be drawn from the cultural response to Thatcherism, and can they be applied again?


Reviews

Wednesday, March 5 2014

Robert Wyatt: '68

This four-song compilation of newly unearthed Wyatt/Soft Machine demos is a treasure trove for fans of both the man and his influential band(s).


Wednesday, April 13 2005

Robert Wyatt: Nothing Can Stop Us [remastered]

What do a Chic song, a barbershop quartet tune about Joseph Stalin, and a Bengali protest anthem have in common? I mean, besides the fact that they all make great make-out music. That's right, they're all on this reissue of Robert Wyatt's classic, politically charged covers album.


Tuesday, April 12 2005

Robert Wyatt: Dondestan (Revisited) [remastered]

One of the more overlooked albums in an overlooked artist's discography, this reissue features Robert Wyatt in a semi-successful collaboration with his poet wife. Plus: a Sesame Street style children's song about Palestine.


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