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Robert Wyatt


Canterbury Scene

4.30 | 645 ratings

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1 stars Extremely boring and abrasive. Irritating vocal, weak compositions and vestigial melodies. Instrumental arrangement just like in amateur dance-band at some wedding-party. Piano, viola, trumpet and most of guitar solo-parts and drum-lines are coarse or rather primitive. There is only one track possible to listening "Little Red Robin Hood Hit the Road" (with Mike Oldfield as an author of only interesting instrumental part) but without any enthusiasm. Only wonderful album cover is at high level. The second best album of 100 Canterbury Scene Top Albums? And average score 4.37? You got to be kidding! Despite the sad but true story of Robert Wyatt's life only one star from me.
Koper | 1/5 |


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