Wednesday, December 10, 2008

BM and Tippett

Pitchfork reviews Barbara Morgenstern's latest album, where Robert Wyatt participates on the song "Camouflage". Pitchfork: "At times the personal becomes political, and on "Camouflage", a darkly romantic duet with Robert Wyatt that took form over mail correspondence, the singer offers a skeptical stance on spirituality. Over a spooky, piano-based backdrop, she intertwines her vocals with Wyatt's to argue, "Belief is just a camouflage for fear."

Repertoire will reissue Keith Tippet's "Dedicated to you..." 9 January 2009. It was first out on Vertigo in 1971, and there must be several CD issues already sold out or forgotten (Disconforme in 2000,Akarma and Repertoire in 2002, all according to Amazon). Robert Wyatt is on this album, and let's mention Elton Dean too. (Via "Your Way To Music").

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