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Nothing Can Stop Us Wikipedia article Compilation album by Robert Wyatt. Born Again Cretin At Last I Am Free Caimanera Grass Stalin Wasn't Stallin' Red Flag Strange Fruit Arauco Trade Union Stalingrad External links Amazon: buy Nothing Can Stop Us fourschosevergedickmarpblogaticanin.co: search for Robert Wyatt • Nothing Can.
Nothing Can Stop Us is a music boxset/compilation recording by ROBERT WYATT (Canterbury Scene/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes Nothing Can Stop Us's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, free MP3 download (stream), buy online links: amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by our /5(6).
This compilation of early-'80s singles includes some of Wyatt's finest work. Aside from "Born Again Cretin" (whose vocals recall the Beach Boys at their most experimental), all of it's non-original material that Wyatt makes his own with his sad, haunting vocals. You could hardly ask for a more diverse assortment of covers: Chic's "At Last I Am Free" (given an eerie treatment with especially Price: $
At Last I Am Free This song is by Robert Wyatt and appears on the compilation album Nothing Can Stop Us (). This song is a cover of "At Last I Am Free" by Chic. At last I am free I can hardly see in front of me I can hardly see in front of me At last I am free I can hardly see in front of me I can hardly see in front of me And now love please listen To what I say I can't go on living.
Released in , Nothing Can Stop Us was a compilation album, drawing together various songs recorded as singles and B-sides during the late s and early s. Only the downbeat, woozy opening track 'Born Again Cretin' is a Wyatt original, the remainder of the material is made up by covers, including a brilliant reworking of Chic's 'At Last I Am Free', Ivor Cutler's 'Grass' and Billie.
Nothing Can Stop Us Robert Wyatt. Preview tracks. LP $ aligned the USA with the Soviet Union. Most startling of all was Wyatt's version of Chic's 'At Last I Am Free'. Breathless and hymnal it gave pause for thought for anyone who liked to use the words personal and political in the same sentence. Label Domino.
– Robert Wyatt: Born Again Cretin Engineer – Ian Marlow Written-By – R. W.* A2 – Robert Wyatt: At Last I Am Free Double Bass – Mogotsi Mothle Keyboards – Frank Roberts Written-By – Nile Rodgers, Bernard Edwards* A3 – Robert Wyatt: Caimanera Bass – Bill MacCormick Flugelhorn – Harry Beckett Written-By – Carlos Puebla, José /5(40).