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Soupsongs Live: The Music of Robert Wyatt

Label: Voiceprint Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: CD1: Sonia; A Sunday in Madrid; Sea Song; September the Ninth; The Duchess; P.L.A.; Alliance; Left on Man; Muddy Mouse (A); Solar Flares; Muddy Mouse (B); 5 Black Notes and 1 White Note; Muddy Mouse (C) which in turn leads to Muddy Mouth; CD2: Free Will and Testament; Team Spirit; Vandalusia; Little Red Riding Hood Hits the Road; Alifib/Alife; Sight of the Wind; Gharbzadegi; Soup Song; Dondestan; Heaps of Sheeps.

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Various Artists: Soupsongs Live: The Music of Robert Wyatt

Read "Soupsongs Live: The Music of Robert Wyatt" reviewed by John Kelman

Canterbury-associated singer/songwriter Robert Wyatt's recorded output, since an accident that left him paralysed from the waist down in the mid-1970s shut down his ability to play the conventional drum kit, is hardly what anyone would call jazz by any standard definition. But it's important to recognize that, while he was always the more song-oriented member of ...


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