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Robert Wyatt's new album, Different Every Time, comes out Nov. 18.
Courtesy of the artist
November 9, 2014 A double-length set provides an ambitious introduction to the prog-rock legend. Selections include songs from Wyatt's bands Soft Machine and Matching Mole, solo work and unlikely collaborations.
November 21, 2007 An important figure in the English art-rock scene of the '60s and '70s, Robert Wyatt helped to build the Canterbury sound, a wild synthesis of jazz improvisation and psychedelic rock. As a solo artist, Wyatt has recorded music that's challenging in both sound and content.
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January 20, 2004 Robert Wyatt releases his first CD in six years, Cuckooland. Wyatt is joined on the new CD by Brian Eno, David Gilmour and Wyatt's wife, Alfreda Benge, who co-wrote many of the songs. David Greenberger has a review.
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