Robert Wyatt | Rock Bottom
Fearing that the idea of progressive rock was becoming too muddied and cluttered, Robert Wyatt created this low-key masterpiece in 1974. His fluttering vocals detail everything from rediscovery to redemption, while the sparse instrumentation (guided by piano) takes you through his incredibly understated arrangements. Check out a great use of space and horns together in "Little Red Riding Hood Hit The Road"

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