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Robert Wyatt


Canterbury Scene

4.30 | 783 ratings

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5 stars I simply love this album, this masterpiece. Wyatt, after his incident gave to this work all his strenght, all his power, all his energy, just included in some simple songs. The feelings and emotions that arises this album are unique. Differently from the first album, very near to free jazz and characterized by exotic elements, and above all by the sperimentation, this is a more genuine and simpler album, easier to be listen to but at the same time more difficult to be caught in all its parts, in all the inner emotions of Wyatt. A man who try to swim underwater and to reach the deep ocean in all its infinity. Listen to Sea song and Little Red Robin Hood Hit The Road....and listen to Wyatt's voice, he uses it as an instrument to communicate his sufference, his melancholy, his sadness, his joy to live.

Five stars for one of the best music album!

Kord | 5/5 |


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