Robert Wyatt - Caimanera mp3. B1. Robert Wyatt - At Last I Am Free mp3. B2. Robert Wyatt - Strange Fruit mp3. mp3 Player. Music video: Watch now Robert Wyatt's video clip of album "Arauco, Caimanera, At Last I Am Free, Strange Fruit". The page does not contains any audio, text,.
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Arauco - Caimanera - Robert Wyatt - keyboards, piano, guitar, vocal, percussion. Bill MacCormick - bass - Harry Beckett - flugelhorn. At Last I'm Free/Strange Fruit. At Last I'm Free - Strange Fruit. Robert Wyatt - keyboards, vocals, percussion on At Last I'm Free. Born Again Cretin - At Last I Am Free - Caimanera - Grass - Stalin Wasn't Stallin - Shipbuilding (titre présent à partir de l'édition de 1983) - Red Flag - Strange Fruit - Arauco - Trade Union - Stalingrad Wyatt] - Song For Che -. Reédition de l'album paru en 1975. Sa charte graphique est différente et les morceaux ne sont pas dans le même ordre. hannibal (hncd 1427).
Produced by Robert Wyatt. Album Nothing Can Stop Us. Strange Fruit Lyrics. The Southern trees bear a strange fruit Blood on the leaves, and blood at the roots Black bodies swinging in the Southern breeze Strange fruit hanging from the poplar trees. Pastoral scene of the 'Gallant South' The bulging eyes and the twisted mouth Scent of magnolia, sweet and fresh Then the sudden smell of burning flesh. Here is a fruit for the crows to pluck For the rain to gather, for the wind to suck For the sun to rot, for the tree to drop Here is a strange and bitter crop. 1. Born Again Cretin. 2. 5. Stalin Wasn't Stallin'.
Robert Wyatt - Arauco/Caimanera 1980 UK 45rpm w/Pic Sleeve. Sonically spatial and laid-back 'At Last I Am Free' is my personal favourite from Wyatt, in all its naive simplicity. The rest of the solo discography is squeezed in all-too-limited space (that's the price you pay when starting with an album side long epic!) but the choices are done in a very elegant manner, underlining the artist's personality and uniqueness, and payng no attention whatsoever to the commercial potential - or rather, the lack of it.
Nothing Can Stop Us is a compilation album by Robert Wyatt released in 1982. Consisting primarily of tracks released as singles and B-sides during the late 1970s and early'80s, it only contains one Wyatt composition (the opening track "Born Again Cretin"). Born Again Cretin" (Robert Wyatt) – 3:10. At Last I Am Free" (Nile Rodgers, Bernard Edwards) – 4:17. Caimanera" (Carlos Puebla, Joseíto Fernández) - 5:18. Grass" (Ivor Cutler) – 2:39. Stalin Wasn't Stallin' Template:-" (Willie Johnson) – 3:22. Harry Beckett: flugelhorn on "Caimanera". Kadir Durvesh: shehnai on "Grass" and "Trade Union". Esmail Shek: tabla on "Grass" and "Trade Union".
Carlos Puebla, Traditional.
At last I am Free" sung in Mr Wyatt's unique nasal dirge is a powerful song. It has a bleak and touching cover of "Strange Fruit" made famous by Billie Holiday. Red Flag" and "Trade Union" are reminders of how much we are losing to the era of casual labour. It ends with the dirge like poem of Stalingrad, but listen to the words, it reflected the hopes of a generation before Stalin ripped the heart out of the labour movement. But, like all Wyatt releases, even the less successful numbers have his twinkling sincerity ("Caimanera," for example). One person found this helpful.
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rough Trade
- Bass Guitar – Bill MacCormack* (tracks: B1, B2)
- Double Bass – Mogutsi Mothle* (tracks: B1, B2)
- Engineer – Skipper Kidron
- Flugelhorn – Harry Beckett (tracks: A2)
- Keyboards – Frank Roberts (tracks: B1, B2)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Label Code: LC 5661