Category: Classical

Little Red Robin Hood Hit The Road - Robert Wyatt - A Retrospective Sampler (CDr)


  1. Robert Wyatt is one of those acts who should be impossible to curate a compilation of, especially when you consider what definitive statements his studio albums are. A tune like "Sea Song", as majestic as it is, doesn't really work outside of Rock datibliopyrecubatemitdodileg.coinfo same goes for "Little Red Robin Hood Hit the Road" from the same album.
  2. Little Red Riding Hood Hit the Road: Alien: Solar Flares: Little Red Robin Hood Hit the Road: Heaps of Sheeps: Vandalusia: The Age of Self: Shipbuilding - Remastered in Foreign Accents: Muddy Mouse (c) 5 Black Notes And 1 White Note: Muddy Mouse (b) Muddy Mouse (a) Song For Che:
  3. The Lyrics for Little Red Robin Hood Hit the Road by Robert Wyatt have been translated into 1 languages In the garden of England, dead moles lie inside their holes. The dead-end tunnels crumble.
  4. Feb 18,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - ROBERT WYATT:LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD HIT THE ROAD(ROCK BOTTOM) YouTube Gharbzadegi - Duration: Robert Wyatt - Topic 6, views.
  5. Robert Wyatt - Little Red Riding Hood Hit The Road (Letras y canción para escuchar) - Orlando not tell me / Oh no don't say oh God / Don't tell me oh dear me / Heavens above, oh no no / Stop / Please oh deary me / What in heaven's name / Oh.
  6. The title does them the animals justice: the song is named "little red riding hood hits the road", as it's the color the moles and hedgehogs go when ran over by cars. Why moles? Well, just go and listen to parallel "little red robin hood hit the road" part of the same album. Probably my favorite Wyatt song.
  7. Little Red Robin Hood Hit the Road Lyrics: In the garden of England / Dead moles lie inside their holes / The dead-end tunnels crumble / In the rain, underfoot / Innit a shame? / Can't you see them?
  8. The slightly less cacophonous doppelganger of "Little Red Riding Hood Hit the Road," which closes side one of Rock Bottom, "Little Red Robin Hood Hit the Road" recasts the song as a showcase for an extended Mike Oldfield guitar solo, backed by bassist Richard Sinclair, drummer Laurie Allan and Robert Wyatt himself on electric organ, all playing in a heavy-prog manner that recalls producer Nick .
  9. Roots can't hold them Bugs console them I fight with the handle of my little brown broom I pull out the wires of the telephone I hurt in the head and I hurt in the acting bone Now I smash up the telly with remains of the broken phone I fighting for the crust of the little brown loaf I want it I want it I want it give it to me (I give it you.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *