Label: Columbia 493342-2 (UK)
Medium: CD

7.50EUR

WYATT, ROBERT
[The End Of An Ear (1970)]

WYATT, ROBERT

He was member of the WILD FLOWERS from 1963 till 1966 the soul and  R&B influenced mother-band of the Canterbury Scene.
He was a founding member of The SOFT MACHINE (1966-1971) followed by his own band MATCHING MOLE (1972-73), which
came to end , when he got paralysed after a fall out of a window.
A first a solo album , a mix from Freeform to Jazzrock was released in 1970 (it took me a long time -30 years-  to understand it
now Im  able to hear it .
He had a break after the accident , but came back with his next effort in 1974.
Now on vocals and keyboards he released two great LPs on Virgin and even had a small single hit with
the NEIL DIAMOND song : Im a Believer.
It now became quiet till the 80s, when he started  releasing some rare 7inches first and with :
Nothing Can Stop Us - a new album in 1982. In his break he took part on some sessions.
. Since this time hes very active releasing some great albums.

Style:  Freeform-Jazzrock ; Psych ; Prog-Jazz-Rock

See - Canterbury Scene:
Wild Flowers ; Soft Machine ; Matching Mole ; Daevid Allen ; Gong ;
Caravan ; Hatfield & The North ; Syd Barrett ; Ben Watt ; Henry Cow ;
Nick Mason ; Kevin Ayers ;

Musicians:
Robert Wyatt - drums, vocals, piano, organ; Mark Charig - cornet;
Neville Whitehead - bass; Elton Dean - sax ; Mark Ellidge - piano;
David Sinclair - organ; Cyril Ayers - perc.;

Tracks:
Las Vegas Tango Part One  (Repeat)  (Gil Evans)  8:13
To Mark Everywhere  (R.Wyatt)   2:26
To Saintly Bridget   (R.Wyatt)  2:22
To Oz Alien Daevyd and Gilly   (R.Wyatt)   2:09
To Nick Everyone   (R.Wyatt)   9:15
To Caravan and Brother Jim   (R.Wyatt)   5:22
Tp the old World  (Thank you for the use of your Body, Goodbye)  (R.Wyatt)  3:18
To Carla, Marsha and Caroline  (for making Everything beautifuller)  (R.Wyatt)  2:47
Las Vegas Tango Part 1  (Gil Evans)  11:07

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