Tuesday, March 21, 2017
We have had a couple of posts earlier on Monica Vasconcelos and Robert Wyatt´s crowdfunded project "The São Paulo Tapes - Brazilian resistance songs", and now it seems to be out!
I will add more info when I find it. Where to order etc.
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Check out Loïs Le Van´s album "So much more" (Hevhetia 2016) on Bandcamp.
Track no. 5 is a fine version of Robert Wyatt´s "Alifib".
Loïs Le Van : voice
Sylvain Rifflet : tenor saxophone, clarinet
Bruno Ruder : piano
Chris Jennings : bass
Sunday, February 26, 2017
Hey, this seems like an interesting publication and happening!
"VOX Press will host a release party to celebrate the publication of Fix It, Leroy! Adventures in Misfit Music by local author David Shirley on Tuesday, February 28. The event, which is open to the public, will be held at High Point Coffee on the and will begin at 6 pm.
Shirley will read a brief selection from the book, which features interviews with and articles about a variety of offbeat, under-appreciated musicians, including Laurie Anderson, Pere Ubu, Robert Wyatt, The Fugs, Faust, Wadada Leo Smith, Arto Lindsay, Kristin Hersh, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Bill Fay, Mary Margaret O’Hara, Vashti Bunyan and 20 other brilliantly gifted but commercially neglected performers".
The Yodeling Anarcho-Syndicalists will perform songs by Robert Wyatt and others!
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Matching Mole´s "O Caroline" is one of the tracks on "Bob Stanley And Pete Wiggs Present English Weather" (Ace 2013).
"The autumnal sound of Britain at the turn of the 70s, looking out through wet window panes to a new decade with a mixture of melancholy and optimism for what might come next. With the Beatles gone and the pound sinking, a new and distinctive sound emerges, led by flutes and mellotrons. Available in 18-track CD and 19-track double LP formats. The LP version is pressed on 180g vinyl in heavy-duty gatefold sleeve".
Also present: John Cale, Caravan, Camel, Daevid Allen etc etc.
Florence-based band unePassante´s new album is called "Seasonal Beast" (chick Paguro 2017) and it´s name is of course taken from Robert Wyatt´s "Sea Song".
The Florentine chats with Giulia Sarno over here.
"MD: Tell us a bit about the title, “Seasonal Beast”, and the disarming cover image.
GS: The album’s title is borrowed from a verse of Robert Wyatt's “Sea Song”. These words evoke an ever-changing emotional state with which I identify very much. As for the cover, I found myself immediately moved by this animal’s reciprocating glance. I try to steer clear from iconographic binging because I believe in the importance of maintaining clarity of vision. This is the reason why I don't use Instagram or other image-based networks."