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Shleep

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Heaps Of Sheeps
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The Duchess
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Maryan
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Was A Friend
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Free Will And Testament
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September The Ninth
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Alien
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Out Of Season
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A Sunday In Madrid
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Blues In Bob Minor
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The Whole Point Of No Return
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 53:44

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Andy Beta has written about music and comedy for the Wall Street Journal, the disco revival for the Village Voice, animatronic bands for SPIN, Thai pop for the

04.22.11
Robert Wyatt, Shleep
2009 | Label: Domino Recording Co

What does it speak of Wyatt's paternal stature in the UK prog/ art-rock scene to have Brian Eno in his employ only as a backup singer on "Heaps of Sheep"? Or for asking free music master Evan Parker to honk a dizzying soprano sax solo on the already off-kilter "The Duchess"? Throughout his sixth solo album, Shleep, Wyatt has guitarists from Roxy Music and the Jam at his disposal, each and every gent gratefully repaying… read more »

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Robert Wyatt continues to follow his singular musical path with the lovely Shleep, delivering another album of considerable quirky charm and understated beauty; a less melancholy affair than much of his recent work, the record is informed by a hazy, dreamlike quality perfectly in keeping with the elements of subconsciousness implicit in the title. – Jason Ankeny