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Robert Wyatt - Different Every Time (2014)

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Robert Wyatt - Different Every Time (2014)

Different Every Time is a new compilation of the works of Robert Wyatt curated by Robert and biographer Marcus ODair. The double album features Disc 1 Ex Machina, the ideal introduction for the Wyatt novice, compiling tracks from his entire career and acting as a companion to ODairs new biography on Wyatt, also titled Different Every Time. Disc 2 Benign Dictatorships brings together the best of Roberts collaborations and guest appearances, or, as Robert has it, benign dictatorships, including some very special oddities and rarities available here for the very first time.

Robert Wyatt - Different Every Time (2014)
Alternative, Jazz, Avant-Garde Jazz, Rock | Domino Recording Co.
320 kbps | MP3 | unmixed | 2014 | 02:27:16 | 350 Mb

01. Soft Machine - Moon In June (19:10)
02. Matching Mole - Signed Curtain (03:08)
03. Matching Mole - God Song (03:00)
04. Robert Wyatt - A Last Straw (04:57)
05. Robert Wyatt - Yesterday Man (03:13)
06. Robert Wyatt - Team Spirit (08:27)
07. Robert Wyatt - At Last I Am Free (04:18)
08. Robert Wyatt - The Age of Self (02:48)
09. Robert Wyatt - Worship (05:48)
10. Robert Wyatt - Free Will and Testament (04:14)
11. Robert Wyatt - Cuckoo Madame (05:08)
12. Robert Wyatt - Beware (05:10)
13. Robert Wyatt - Just As You Are (04:23)
14. Jeanette Lindstrom - The River (04:39)
15. Anja Garbarek - The Diver (04:01)
16. Hot Chip - We're Looking For a Lot of Love (05:20)
17. Robert Wyatt - Shipbuilding (03:04)
18. Grasscut - Richardson Road (03:47)
19. Happy End - Turn Things Upside Down (05:28)
20. Monica Vasconcelos - Still In the Dark (You're Not My Sunshine) (05:49)
21. Working Week - Venceremos (Jazz Dance Special Version) (08:49)
22. Phil Manzanera - Frontera (04:03)
23. Steve Nieve, Robert Wyatt & Muriel Teodori - La Plus Jolie Langue (03:30)
24. Cristina Dona - Goccia (04:12)
25. Nick Mason - Siam (04:42)
26. Mike Mantler - A L'abbatoire (02:44)
27. Mike Mantler - Sinking Spell (05:09)
28. Bjork - Submarine (03:10)
29. John Cage - Experiences No. 2 (04:51)

Album Review

Since leaving Soft Machine, Robert Wyatt has pursued a restless, delightfully confounding, occasionally maddening exploratory path as solo artist and collaborator. There are no complete compilations of his work. Even his nine-disc box set omitted End of an Ear and both Matching Mole albums. Different Every Time was assembled to accompany Marcus O'Dair's fantastic Wyatt biography of the same title. It was curated by Wyatt, his collaborator, wife, and artist Alfreda Benge, Andy Childs, and the author. The first disc, subtitled "Ex Machina," is chronologically compiled from tracks by Soft Machine (a nearly 20-minute "Moon in June"), two with Matching Mole, and his Rough Trade, Gramavision, and Domino catalogs. It's "ruthlessly selective." There are no tracks from End of an Ear or Rock Bottom, save for a live version of the latter's "A Last Straw." Even his hit cover of "I'm a Believer" has been omitted. This does contain "Team Spirit" from Ruth Is Stranger Than Richard, featuring Brian Eno on "direct inject jazz ray gun," as well as his stellar version of Chris Andrews' "Yesterday Man" with John Greaves, Mongezi Feza, and Gary Windo, and his killer reinvention of Chic's "At Last I Am Free," from the Rough Trade years. The rest of the material on disc one includes "Cuckoo Madame" and "Free Will and Testament." It's a bit provocative in its choices, but excellent. Disc two is the real ear opener. Subtitled "Benign Dictatorships," it contains only one of his own recordings, "Shipbuilding," which was written specially for him by Elvis Costello and Clive Langer. Essentially, though, Different Every Time focuses on Wyatt's contributions to the recordings of others. Sequenced aesthetically rather than chronologically, these 17 tunes are reason enough to purchase this set. There are no highlights: everything here is essential. Contents include vocals on Swedish jazz artist Jeanette Lindstrom's "River" (from Attitude & Orbit Control), Anja Garbarek's "The Diver" from her Smiling & Waving (produced by Mark Hollis), and "We're Looking for a Lot of Love," with Hot Chip. There are two selections from jazz trumpeter/composer Michael Mantler: "A L'Abbatoire" from 1987's Many Have No Speech (which also featured Jack Bruce), and "Sinking Spell" from The Hapless Child (based on the stories of Edward Gorey). "Siam," from Nick Mason's Fictitious Sports, is here, as is the 12" jazz dance mix of Working Week's "Venceremos (We Will Win)" the other two vocalists are Claudia Figueroa and Tracey Thorn. Also included is "Frontera" from Phil Manzanera's Diamond Head, and tracks with Steve Nieve, Cristina Dona, Epic Soundtracks, and Bjork. The closer is John Cage's "Experiences No. 2" from a split release with Jan Steele on Eno's Obscure label in 1975, and in it Wyatt sings an e.e. cummings' poem. Despite inevitable fan discussion about what might have been included ("Kingdoms" from Ultramarine maybe? ), Different Every Time goes much further than previous comps in communicating the vast range of Wyatt's musical persona and is a brilliant introduction for newcomers. [A pared-down ten-track LP was also released.]

Robert Wyatt - Different Every Time (2014)

Robert Wyatt - Different Every Time (2014)
Robert Wyatt - Different Every Time (2014)
Robert Wyatt - Different Every Time (2014)
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