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    Cuckooland (2003) Theatre Royal Drury Lane 8th September 1974 (2005) ... David Gilmour - Guitar on "Forest" Paul Weller - Guitar; Annie Whitehead - Trombone;

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    • October 2003
    • Robert Wyatt, Jamie Johnson
  2. Cuckooland is as close to business as usual as you really get with Robert Wyatt; you have Alfreda Benge (spouse, collaborator, cover artist and inspiration for Rock Bottom) along for the ride, you have a combination of jazz artists and old pals from Wyatt's 1960s and 1970s glory days (usual suspects Brian Eno and Phil Manzanera are on board, of course, and they've brought David Gilmour with ...

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  3. The key title here is ''Forest''. A scorching indictment of British immigration policy that, nevertheless, manages to be utterly lovely (only Wyatt could get old mate David Gilmour to deliver...

  4. 20 de jan. de 2004 · Music Review: 'Cuckooland' from Robert Wyatt. Robert Wyatt releases his first CD in six years, Cuckooland. Wyatt is joined on the new CD by Brian Eno, David Gilmour and Wyatt's wife,...

  5. Wyatt seems to have found finally the perfect formula for creating his unique music: using his wife's poetry as lyrics and cooperating with Jazz (this time notably with two Israelis – saxophonist Gilad Atzmon and bassist Yaron Stavi) and Rock veterans like Brian Eno, David Gilmour and Phil Manzanera.

  6. 26 de set. de 2003 · Joined by loyal chums such as Annie Whitehead, Gilad Atzmon, David Gilmour and Phil Manzanera, Wyatt maps out an alternative pop universe, as British as a cup of China tea. Explore more on...

  7. He records with an impressive A-list of musicians — Brian Eno, David Gilmour, Phil Manzanera, Paul Weller — that he can beckon simply by asking. The music answers to its own rhythms, its own sense of irony and its own belief in melody.