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Robert Wyatt - Different Every Time

I originally heard a track from this album while working and listening to Spotify in the background.  The voice sounded familiar so I checked to see who it was and discovered it was Robert Wyatt.  It sounded familiar to me because my previous exposure to one of his bands, Soft Machine.  I got turned on to Soft Machine years ago when I read somewhere that they opened for Jimi Hendrix during one of his early European tours.

Anyway, Robert Wyatt's voice is somewhat of an acquired taste.  I think you can either deal with it or you can't.  But the creativity and style he helped to demonstrate while in Soft Machine, seems very evident on many of these recordings.  Of particular interest to me was the track 'Signed Curtain' which is simply hilarious and congers up memories of a couple of my favorite Soft Machine tracks off their 'Volume Two' album: "A Concise British Alphabet – Pt. 1" and "A Concise British Alphabet – Pt. 2" both equally hilarious pieces!

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CasinoDeathfish is an unabashed vinyl and vacuum tube, audiophile snob. Always keen to share a good listen or hints and tips on getting the best out of music and the equipment to reproduce it.

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