For someone whose music is often labeled “ ‘progressive,” Wyatt has progressed little in the past 30 years. The onetime singer-drummer for the Soft Machine refines and expands on the distinctive art-rock sound he helped pioneer in the late ’60s. Shleep unfolds like a blissful dream, with Wyatt’s hypnotic voice and fluid percussion wrapping themselves around his oddball compositions. The result is beautifully skewed and not a bit dated. A
Shleep For someone whose music is often labeled "'progressive," Wyatt has progressed little in the past 30 years. The onetime singer-drummer for the Soft...ShleepRock For someone whose music is often labeled "'progressive," Wyatt has progressed little in the past 30 years. The onetime singer-drummer for the Soft...1998-01-30
Genre: Rock; Lead Performer: Robert Wyatt
Posted January 30 1998 — 12:00 AM EST
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