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Soupsongs Live: The Music of Robert Wyatt

Soupsongs Live: The Music of Robert Wyatt by Various Artists buy album

Various Artists

Label: Voiceprint Records
Released: 2005
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Track Listing

CD1: Sonia; A Sunday in Madrid; Sea Song; September the Ninth; The Duchess; P.L.A.; Alliance; Left on Man; Muddy Mouse (A); Solar Flares; Muddy Mouse (B); 5 Black Notes and 1 White Note; Muddy Mouse (C) which in turn leads to Muddy Mouth; CD2: Free Will and Testament; Team Spirit; Vandalusia; Little Red Riding Hood Hits the Road; Alifib/Alife; Sight of the Wind; Gharbzadegi; Soup Song; Dondestan; Heaps of Sheeps.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Julie Tippetts: voice; Ian Maidman: voice, electric and acoustic guitars, ukulele, accordion; Annie Whitehead: trombone, voice, arrangements; Didier Malherbe: flutes, alto and soprano saxophones, doudouk, ocarina; George Khan: tenor and soprano saxophones; Harry Beckett: trumpet, flugelhorn; Phil Manzanera: electric guitar; Janette Mason: keyboards, piano; Steve Lamb: bass; Liam Genockey: drums.


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