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Robert Wyatt, vero nome Robert Ellidge, è nato a Bristol il 28 Gennaio 1945. è un musicista membro componente della band Soft Machine, gruppo facente parte della scena Canterbury inglese. Fino alla maggiore età ha vissuto con i suoi genitori in un albergo di quattordici stanze, Wellington House, in Lydden vicino a Canterbury. Qui gli fu insegnato a suonare la batteria dal batterista jazz americano George Niedorf.

Nel 1962 Wyatt e Niedorf andarono a Majorca dove stettero insieme al poeta Robert Graves. L’anno successivo, Robert tornò in Inghilterra e entrò a far parte del “Daevid Allen Trio” insieme a Daevid Allen e a Hugh Hopper. Allen successivamente partì per la Francia, e Wyatt e Hopper formarono i “Wilde Flowers” insieme a Richard Sinclair, Kevin Ayers e Brian Hopper. Wyatt inizialmente fu il batterista nei “Wilde Flowers”, ma successivamente, dopo la partenza di Ayers, divenne il cantante.

Nel 1966, i “Wilde Flowers” si sciolsero, e Wyatt insieme a Mike Ratledge formò i Soft Machine con Ayers e Allen. Wyatt era sia cantante che batterista, una combinazione insolita per una rock band.

Nel 1970, dopo tre album e conflitti interni crescenti nella band, Robert pubblicò il suo primo album da solista “The End of An Ear” con il quale ben combinava la sua voce con il suo talento da polistrumentista.


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  • StuffedBird

    Sea Song may be the best song I ever heard.

    7 ore fa Rispondi
  • FedePriebke


    12 Gen 22:34 Rispondi
  • SilentDerp

    like you mostly late at night, you're quite alright.

    25 Dic 2014 Rispondi
  • Kjetsaa

    Cuckooland is his masterpiece. <3

    16 Dic 2014 Rispondi
  • Faustiandan

    I think Shleep is his best - does this make me a snob?

    1 Nov 2014 Rispondi
  • RussellChap

    can someone have more than one masterpiece? And surely Rock Bottom is that masterpiece as it's the one album that garners the most praise and generally considered as his best album.

    21 Set 2014 Rispondi
  • matthewfoster

    Both Rock Bottom and Shleep are his masterpieces.

    30 Ago 2014 Rispondi
  • perezhivem

    ost "место на земле".советую.

    9 Ago 2014 Rispondi
  • Bequeathed

    what a great musican

    24 Lug 2014 Rispondi
  • Mampato

    Robert Wyatt received an honourary doctorate from the University of Kent. This took place in a graduation ceremony today, a day after my graduation ceremony! I missed the chance to meet him. This is patently unfair as I obviously, out of all the graduates, I'm his biggest fan. (Rock Bottom is my favourite record of all time.) I doubt whether any of the graduates have ever heard of him!

    18 Lug 2014 Rispondi
  • optimistic_tour

    Shleep is his masterpiece [2]

    8 Lug 2014 Rispondi
  • OcellatedGod

    AniRockAniMetal: go pocałować w tyłek.

    20 Giu 2014 Rispondi
  • AniRockAniMetal

    Stalinista szatan. Gdyby nie robił najlepszej muzy pod słońcem to bym go znielubił bardzo.

    29 Mag 2014 Rispondi
  • InKursion

    i love robert wyatt with all my heart.

    21 Mag 2014 Rispondi
  • RussellChap

    What I said in February was a little tongue in cheek but I do believe Robert Wyatt did produced his masterpiece when he made Rock Bottom. His other albums are good too.

    7 Mag 2014 Rispondi
  • TeenageRiot-

    Yes, shocking indeed. Of course I have no problem with someone having a contrary opinion, but claiming that someone is a snob just because they like one album more than another - even in jest, which I'm sure it was - is pretty silly, especially when we are talking about an artist that's made a handful of stellar albums.

    25 Apr 2014 Rispondi
  • avantish

    Anyone who says Rock Bottom isn't his masterpiece and suggests another of his recordings is his masterpiece is a show off and a snob. [2].. I Havent immersed myself in the post Rock Bottom phase completely, but so far the music he made in the 80s & 90's amounts to nothing more than a giant snooooze fest. Even that Ruth/Richard album does nothing for me.. Not everyone shares the same opinion guys, what a shocker!

    15 Apr 2014 Rispondi
  • HaHaHaYoureDead

    на фото какой-то художник-передвижник, реально

    26 Feb 2014 Rispondi
  • TeenageRiot-

    That might be the most idiotic thing RussellChap has ever wrote on this site, which says a lot really.

    21 Feb 2014 Rispondi
  • fergalmc

    V Haha! Well, let's just say that I think the competition up that end of the Wyatt scale is stiff. He is, after all, a MASTER|MUSICIAN so why can't he have a number of masterpieces? I have listened to a lot of his music over the years and much outside of the context of the Rock Bottom years. I'm not a snob or a show off when It comes to his music, merely a very enthusiastic fan who's immersed himself in Wyatt's music and formed his own opinions. That's quite understandable, right? Isn't that what we keen listeners do, who keep accounts, listen extensively, beyond the "recommended" territory of artists like Robert Wyatt and populate shoutboxes like this one with our highly "informed opinions"? Actually, come to think it, I am a very discriminating listener, a snob if you will! Just not in the way you imagine, Mr. Chap.

    20 Feb 2014 Rispondi
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