Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Cristina Donà Live





Ginevra Di Marco and Cristina Donà “Del Mondo” (C.S.I.) Festival "Note di Settembre" Trepponti di Comacchio, Via Trepponti - Comacchio (FE) (yeah, I copied that!).

"Del Mondo" (Ferreti/Zamboni/Maroccolo/Magnelli/Canali) is a track on Robert Wyatt´s album "Comicopera" (2007).

"Goccia" (acoustic version) from the Waves Festival (Italy) July 2018.

"Goccia" was recorded with Robert Wyatt singing on the album "Nido" (1999).

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Max Andrzejewski's Hütte and guests play the music of Robert Wyatt



Max Andrzejewski's Hütte and guests play the music of Robert Wyatt at Leipziger Jazztage in October!

The band: Max Andrzejewski (Schlagzeug, Arrangements, Stimme), Johannes Schleiermacher (Saxophon, Synthesizer), Tobias Hoffmann (Gitarre), Andreas Lang (Kontrabass), Jörg Hochapfel (Keyboards, Gitarre) und Cansu Tanrikulu (Stimme).

This is a commissioned work that will be recorded by Radio Berlin Brandenburg and released in 2019 according to the video.

Janek Schaefer "What Light There Is...."

Janek Schaefer

Janek Schaefer´s new Robert Wyatt inspired album "What Light There Is Tells Us Nothing" will be out October 26 2018 (Temporary Residence).

"In 2014, Schaefer was commissioned by the Sounds New Festival in Canterbury, England to craft a new, original piece of music made entirely of elements from Robert Wyatt’s Cuckooland album. Originally designed and presented at the festival as an immersive, multi-channel radio installation, the 21-minute cloud of sound was a sublime meditation on the profundity of Wyatt’s work, and its transporting idiosyncrasies. With Wyatt’s blessing, Schaefer adapted that piece into the side-long opus, “What light there is tells us nothing,” and complimented it with seven new, original compositions that not only exist in the same wondrous space, but echo its playfully poignant resonance well after the album has ended."

Another blog post on Schaefer and Wyatt right over here.

(Photo from a concert at Lydgalleriet in Bergen (Norway) 2009).

Monday, August 27, 2018

To Canterbury and Beyond (A tribute to Canterbury Scene)



The sampler "To Canterbury and Beyond (A tribute to Canterbury Scene)" (Mellow Records) was released in 1999.

Now it seems to be re-released, so you may check it out and listen here on BandCamp.

The Track List:

CD 1
1. ZOO LUNAIRE (Italy) ? The Isle of Everywhere (7:54)
2. CHAMELEON (Sweden) - Crumble / Didn't Matter Anyway (9:42)
3. PHIL MERCY (UK) ? The Bryden 2-Step (for Amphibians) (10:05)
4. ARBOGAST (Italy) ? Ride (7:09)
5. MARCO MASONI (Italy) ? Radio Gnome Invisible (6:13)
6. ATRICK FORGAS (France) - Ethec Naturel (6:44)
7. HOSTSONATEN (Italy) ? Sea Song (4:21)
8. ASHQELON QUILT (Israel) ? Dedicated to You But You Weren't Listening (2:43)
9. SYNTHETIC BLOCK (USA) ? The Soft Weed Factor (8:04)
10. DAVID BAGSBY (USA) ? Hell's Bells (5:55)
11. NOTTURNO CONCERTANTE (Italy) ? Hello Hello (3:39)

Total Time 72:34


CD 2
1. THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD (USA) ? Wring Out the Gound (Loosely Now) (11:06)
2. TILION (Italy) ? Can't Be Long Now / Francoise / For Richard / Warlock (11:11)
3. L'IMBROGLIO (Italy) ? The Collapso / Squarer for Maud (6:43)
4. MARY NEWSLETTER (Italy) ? A Last Straw / Box 25/4 Lid (5:32)
5. NOSTALGIA (Italy) ? At Last I'm Free (4:37)
6. ALGEBRA (Italy) ? De-constructing Wyatt (9:40)
- The British Road
- The Age of Self
- Speechless
- Gharbzadegi
7. DONO CELESTE (Italy) ? Alifib / Alifie (11:02)
8. PHIL BEANE (USA) ? Spring Any Day Now (3:00)
9. MOONMADNESS OF DIVAE (Italy) ? Sasquatch (3:54)
10. ROTTERS' CLUB (UK) ? Place of My Own (3:55)
11. TRAMA (Italy) ? Unevensong (5:12)

Monday, August 13, 2018

Bristol £5 note



Finally I got my own Bristol £5 note! Thanks to Stewy!

There is no Winston Churchill on this one, but Robert Wyatt, Banksy, Tricky, DJ Derek, J.K. Rowling and others.

Visit Stewy on www.stewy.eu.

On Bristol Pound here and on Wikipedia.

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Wyatt Lyrics

Check out the lyrics section over at the great Une Discographie De Robert Wyatt!

Signed Curtain (Robert Wyatt)

This is the first verse
This is the first verse, verse
This is the first, first...
And this is the chorus
Or perhaps it's the bridge
Or just another part
Of the song
That I'm singing

And this is the second verse
It could be the last verse
And this is the second verse
Second verse, second verse
It could be the last verse
Last verse
And it's probably
The last one
And this is the chorus
Or perhaps it's the bridge
Or just another key change
Never mind
It doesn't hurt
It only means
That I have lost faith in this song

'Cause it won't help me
Reach you...

Monday, July 23, 2018

Punky Reggae Party Politics

David Chiu´s interview with Vivien Goldman for The Quietus, "Punky Reggae Party Politics: Vivien Goldman interview" (July 9th) should be of interest to Robert Wyatt fans.

"I think everyone was amused by ‘Launderette’, it has a charm. It was so typical of the time.” Robert Wyatt also provided percussion on that track. “He really had significant input,” said Goldman.”I didn't really have a vision of the drums, but he knew what just to do, so delicate and instinctive. Even now, people refer to that sound of ‘Launderette’—it's tough but light.”