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    • geoffrey
    • 17.10.10 | 11:28 (IST)

    you like their politics, well, that's your choice. but to talk about the 'great' robert wyatt (as a musician) or to compare atzmon to parker is laughable. wyatt may end up as a tiny footnote in the story of music, but atzmon? come on, this is sycophancy to an extreme. if not for his politics and his domicile in that absurb little country, no one would listen to his bleating. israel has produced some excellent jazz musicians, but atzmon is not one of them. and as for british drunks falling out of windows, well wyatt hardly rates as one of the greats.....

    from the article: Haunted by ghosts
    First published 11:24 15.10.10 | Last updated 11:24 15.10.10
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