Various / Alfie & Robert Wyatt - Songlines: Top Of The World 38 album flac
- Album: Songlines: Top Of The World 38
- FLAC: 1369 mb | MP3: 1956 mb
- Released: 2006
- Style: African, Zydeco, Celtic, Folk
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 995
- Format: VQF MMF DMF APE AC3 VOC AUD
|1||–Ali Farka Touré||Beto||4:46|
|2||–Nathan & The Zydeco Cha Chas||Zydeco Cha Cha||4:17|
|3||–Trilok Gurtu & The Frikyiwa Family||Agne Yano||3:38|
|4||–John McSherry & Dónal O'Connor||Rose In The Gap||4:36|
|5||–Malecon Social Club||Toda Una Vida||3:03|
|7||–The Musicians Of The Nile||Allah Lilêk Malu Nahâr|
|8||–Tom Zé||Duas Opiniões||4:19|
|10||–Ustad Vilayat Khan*, Pandit Kishan Maharaj*||Raga Bhairavi: Madhyalaya Gat In Teentaal||6:54|
|Alfie & Robert Wyatt's Playlist|
|11||–Lhasa*||Con Toda Palabra||4:33|
|12||–Pepe Habichuela & El Potito||A Machuka||5:25|
|13||–Pietra Montecorvino||Luna Rossa||3:32|
|14||–Reem Kelani||Galilean Lullaby||5:18|
|15||–Hohla* / Biereder||Innviertier Tanzin||2:51|
|–No Artist||Hannibal Records Catalogue|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Songlines Publishing Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Songlines Publishing Ltd.
- Pressed By – ODS Optical Disc Service
- Art Direction – Ben Serbutt
- Compiled By – Alfie* (tracks: 11 to 15), Robert Wyatt (tracks: 11 to 15), The Songlines Team
- Executive-Producer – Paul Geoghegan
- Mastered By – Good Imprint
NotesExclusively with the July/August 2006 issue of Songlines.
Compiled and sequenced by the Songlines Team
Packaging is a J-card case.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: STWCD14
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LT23
- Mould SID Code: none
Various, Alfie & Robert Wyatt - Songlines: Top Of The World 38 (CD, Comp, Enh).
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Artist: Various Artists Title Of Album: Songlines: Top of the World 76 Year Of Release: 2011 Label: Songlines Magazine Genre: World Music Total Time: 1:14:05 Format: Mp3 FLAC (tracks . ue.
Robert Wyatt (born Robert Wyatt-Ellidge, 28 January 1945) is an English musician. A founding member of the influential Canterbury scene bands Soft Machine and Matching Mole, he was initially a kit drummer and singer before becoming paraplegic following an accidental fall from a window in 1973, which led him to abandon band work and begin a forty-year solo career.
Songlines is the definitive magazine for world music – music that has its roots in all parts of the globe, from Mali to Mexico, India to Iraq. Whether this music is defined as traditional, contemporary, folk or fusion, Songlines is the only publication to truly represent and embrace it. However, Songlines is not just about music, but about how the music fits into the landscape; it’s about politics, history and identity, and the artists who incite change through their music.
Photo by Alfie Wyatt. In his 67 years, Robert Wyatt has lived several musical lives. top half with brandy. After about 10 minutes, you'll be out of your head. I thought getting very drunk, very quickly was a great idea.
Robert Wyatt's first album of new material in a decade was something of a mixed blessing. Like the subsequent Dondestan this is a completely solo work, aside from a brief vocal from his wife Alfreda Benge. OR is probably his most political album to date, well ahead of Matching Mole's LRR. To top it all off, there are no songs that seem to stand out from the pack, except for the longer (8 minutes) Gharzadeghi, which does take a bit of time to expand and get almost exciting with Rob playing a good piano. But, much to my dismay, ol'Rob has taken up the accordion (I hate those "things"), even if he doesn't use it as a lead instrument proper, but mostly like an organ layering (harmonium-like) the tracks in the background. Robert Wyatt had also become very politically active and became a member of the Communist Party of Great Britain in 1982.
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Robert Wyatt came to prominence as the drummer and singer with Soft Machine – alongside Pink Floyd, one of the twin house bands of the 1960s London underground scene. His life took an abrupt turn in 1973, when a fall from a fourth-storey window left him paraplegic. Unable to play drums, he reinvented himself as a singer and composer with the following year’s Rock Bottom. There is no Robert without Alfie. Geoff Travis, whose Rough Trade label put out some of Wyatt’s finest music in the 1980s, agrees: Both of them are great artists, and I see them together. Benge has been Wyatt’s manager for decades, but also makes a major artistic contribution in terms of both lyrics and artwork. Originally, Benge conceived her words as poems rather than lyrics.