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Robert Wyatt - Nothing Can Stop Us (vinyl)

Robert Wyatt's fourth album from 1982 features Wyatt's heartbreakingly beautiful covers of Strange Fruit and At Last I Am Free.

180g vinyl edition with download code.

This a 2016 re-press of the Domino Records 2008 edition.

Robert Wyatt - Ruth Is Stranger Than Richard (vinyl)

Robert Wyatt's third studio album from 1975 features production by Pink Floyd's Nick Mason and guest appearances by Brian Eno, Fred Frith and others.

Includes the glorious Muddy Mouse / Muddy Mouth suite.

180g vinyl edition with download code.

This a 2016 re-press of the Domino Records 2011 edition .

Ben Watt - North Marine Drive / Summer Into Winter (cd)

Ben Watt's 1983 solo album North Marine Drive was a tender singer-songwriter affair revolving around Watt's plaintive vocals and his delicate echo guitar playing.

This re-press of the Cherry Red cd edition of the album also includes Summer Into Winter, the haunting and mesmeric EP Watt made with Robert Wyatt in 1982.

Robert Wyatt - Cuckooland (cd)

Cuckooland was Robert Wyatt's first full-length album of new material since 1997's Shleep.

Mischievous, witty, and poignant as ever, Wyatt's guest performers on this latter-day gem included Brian Eno, David Gilmour, Phil Manzanera, Paul Weller and Jazz luminary Annie Whitehead.

This is the original Hannibal Records digi-pack edition (catalogue # HNCD 1468)

All copies come signed by Robert Wyatt.

Robert Wyatt - Dondestan (Revisited) (cd)

Re-sequenced and re-mixed, to more fully represent his vision of the album, 1998's Dondestan (Revisited) was Wyatt's upgrading of his intimate 1991 album Dondestan.

This is the Hannibal Records re-master (catalogue # HNCD1436)

All copies come signed by Robert Wyatt.

Robert Wyatt - Shleep (cd)

1997's Shleep was a departure from Wyatt's more recent wholly solo outings and included major contributions from collaborators including Brian Eno, Evan Parker, Paul Weller and Phil Manzanera.

A typically unique and playful combination of haunted melodies, twisting time signatures and warped Psychedelic Pop sensibilities, Shleep received some of the best reviews of Wyatt's career.

This is the Hannibal Records re-master (catalogue # HNCD 1418)

All copies come signed by Robert Wyatt.

Robert Wyatt - EPs (quintuple cd)

EPs collects singles, B-sides and remixes from Robert Wyatt's early material in the early 70s to his comeback album Schleep recorded in the late 1997.

Contains Shipbuilding, Biko, I'm A Believer and the 20 minute soundtrack to the harrowing 1981 documentary, The Animals Film.

Presented in an elegant clamshell box.

All copies are signed by Robert Wyatt.

Robert Wyatt - Old Rottenhat (cd)

An all solo affair dominated by Wyatt's characteristically quirky vocals and keyboards, Old Rottenhat was Wyatt's first solo album in a decade and demonstrated a more pointed political edge lyrically.

This is the Hannibal Records re-master (catalogue # HNCD 1434).

All copies come signed by Robert Wyatt.

Robert Wyatt - Ruth Is Stranger Than Richard (cd)

Robert Wyatt's 1975 follow-up to the poignant Rock Bottom, combines the haunted atmosphere of its predecessor alongside more playful Jazz-inspired compositions that recall his work with Matching Mole.

This is the Hannibal Records re-master (catalogue # HNCD1427)

All copies come signed by Robert Wyatt.

Out of stock.

Robert Wyatt - The End Of An Ear (cd)

Robert Wyatt's astonishing debut album from 1970 was an unusual amalgam of early loop manipulation, Free Jazz and Wyatt's idiosyncratic musical sensibility.

A 2012 remaster featuring a comprehensive booklet with sleeve notes.

Out of stock.

The Soft Machine - The Soft Machine / AKA Volume One (vinyl)

The Soft Machine's debut from 1968 was the only album to feature Kevin Ayers alongside Robert Wyatt and Mike Ratledge.

Dada inspired Psychedelia collides with inventive pop, Jazz and soul influences to unique effect.

This is a limited edition LP version on 180gm virgin vinyl presented in a facsimile of the original gatefold artwork.

Out of stock.

The Soft Machine - Volume Two (vinyl)

Soft Machine's second album was the last to prominently feature vocals - Robert Wyatt on particularly dazzling form - and the first to feature Hugh Hopper as a band member.

Volume Two is a wildly imaginative collection of off-kilter songs and proto-Jazz Rock instrumental strangeness that includes the two long suites Rivmic Melodies and Esther's Nose Job, and the timelessly beautiful Hugh Hopper piece, Dedicated To You But You Weren't Listening.

Vinyl edition in non-gatefold sleeve.

Out of stock.

hugh hopper - jazzloops (cdr)

In 2003, ex-Soft Machine 'fuzz-bass' innovator Hugh Hopper gifted Burning Shed one of the albums of his long and distinguished career.

A computer manipulated collage of live and studio performances, 'Jazzloops' possessed the fizz and energy of classic Soft Machine along with an astute awareness the possibilities of contemporary technology that occasionally brought to mind the jazzier extremes of post-Trip-Hoppers DJ Shadow and Koop.

Featuring mangled contributions from Robert Wyatt, Elton Dean and John Marshall (amongst many others).

hugh hopper and matt howarth - the stolen hour (cd)

Gloriously atmospheric and intense, 2004's 'The Stolen Hour' was a superb extension of Hugh Hopper's 'Jazzloops' series of explorations written to accompany the distinctive imagery of comic book artist, Matt Howarth.

Assisted by, amongst others, Robert Wyatt (cornet, voice), John Marshall and Didier Malherbe, Hopper updated the Jazz-tinged Minimalist looping he initially developed in the 1960s, evoking the innovative spirit of early Soft Machine, while simultaneously suggesting new possibilities for his music.

Out of stock.

Marcus O Dair - Different Every Time - The Authorised Biography Of Robert Wyatt (book)

The first ever authorised biography of Robert Wyatt by Grasscut's Marcus O'Dair.

Interviewees include Brian Eno, David Gilmour, Julie Christie and other long-term friends and collaborators. Illustrated with photos from Wyatt's personal archive.

Out of stock.

 

 




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