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Robert Wyatt


Canterbury Scene

3.51 | 62 ratings

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3 stars This is the first Wyatt album I've listened to. I must say I liked some parts a lot, but sometimes things bored me a bit.

Highlights were forest and beware. I thought the first part was better than the second.

I really like the mix between jazz and psychedelics.

But, there is something missing.

I don't think their is really enough innovation to keep your attention. Their are just some parts which are nice, but nothing more like that. The ambience is nice but I sometimes miss a climax or something like that. When you are listening to forest and beware, this is not the case. I do hear that Wyatt has is own way of composing, but I think I'd be better of listening to Rock Bottom. I still liked it, though

In general this album is nice, but nothing more like that, three stars.

Foolsdrummer | 3/5 |


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