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  1. Editors’ Notes Robert Wyatt knows how to make wonderful albums all by his lonesome — Old Rottenhat and Dondestan are proof of that — but on Shleep, he invited a motley crew of collaborators to feeteramartoyswinoswoodbenephquiren.coinfo varied and stellar cast includes avant-pop wizard Brian Eno, British free-jazz legend Evan Parker, Belgian guitarist Philip Catherine, ex-Jam frontman Paul Weller, .
  2. Shleep, an Album by Robert Wyatt. Released 17 November on Domino (catalog no. REWIGCD45; CD). Genres: Canterbury Scene, Singer/Songwriter, Art Rock.
  3. Label: Hannibal Records - HNCD • Format: CD Album MPO • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Avantgarde, Art Rock Robert Wyatt - Shleep (, MPO, CD) | Discogs Explore/5().
  4. Oct 28,  · Music By – Gilad Atzmon, Traditional Tenor Saxophone – Gilad Atzmon Voice, Keyboards – Robert Wyatt Words By – Robert Wyatt CD/5(39).
  5. Shleep is the seventh album by Canterbury scene and progressive rock veteran and musician Robert Wyatt, released in The album brought together a diverse range of musicians from a range of genres. After Wyatt's largely one-man recordings of the s, Shleep marked a return to featuring other artistes as on his s albums.
  6. Guitar, Vocals – Paul Weller Voice, Keyboards, Percussion – Robert Wyatt: 6: September The Ninth Saxophone [Tenor] – Evan Parker Trombone – Annie Whitehead Voice, Keyboards, Bass, Percussion – Robert Wyatt: 7: Alien Bass, Bass Drum – Chucho Merchan Djembe – Gary Azukx Guitar – Phil Manzanera Voice, Keyboards /5(26).
  7. Somewhere between psychedelic pop and psychedelic jazz, Wyatt's Shleep is infused with grand lyrical gestures, gently comprehensive washes of words that captivate the listener while mixes of odd instruments carry songs with muted time signatures, and shady structures from casual openings to happenstance endings/5(23).
  8. Listen free to Robert Wyatt – Shleep (Heaps of Sheeps, The Duchess and more). 11 tracks (). Robert Wyatt continues to follow his singular musical path with the lovely Shleep, delivering another album of considerable quirky charm and understated beauty; a less melancholy affair than much of his recent work, the record is informed by a hazy, dreamlike .

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