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Dondestan

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  1. Apr 13,  · Rykodisc's recent reissue of Dondestan (Revisited, is actually the album's third incarnation. Wyatt, in , found Dondestan 's original master tapes and created a new version, different in both 7/
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  3. Nov 04,  · That problem is redoubled with Dondestan-- whose title means, essentially, "nowhere," as in "¿dónde está?" It was first released in , then remixed and resequenced in as Dondestan.
  4. May 18,  · "Dondestan" is the 5th full-length studio album by UK progressive rock artist Robert Wyatt. The album was originally released through Rough Trade Records in but according to the liner notes Robert Wyatt exceeded his planned studio time and /5(20).
  5. Robert Wyatt - Dondestan. Cardiacs - Sing To God. Cardiacs - Sing To God. This gallery is from. Stuart Maconie's Freak Zone. Adventures in underground and experimental music. A partner to the.
  6. Boomkat Product Review: Based on 's Dondestan, 's Dondestan (revisited) is Wyatt's attempt to remake the album, resulting in a different sequencing of the tracklist and remixed songs.
  7. Jul 01,  · referencing Dondestan, CD, Album, R2 Probably the album where it all comes together. The most beautiful voice in pop (ular) music, great songs with originality, musicianship and top lyrics. Not afraid to adress matters, with great sensitivity/5().
  8. Robert Wyatt's (roughly) 5th full-length studio album, Dondestan, was his first of the 90's, only his second since the 70's, and began the relatively steady stream of albums that he has produced since, and oh yeah, it's a great album and an absolutely necessary part of his catalog.5/5(2).

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