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In Her Dream: Bob Wiseman Sings Wrench Tuttle

Bob Wiseman

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Album Review

Wiseman's first solo effort (prior to leaving Blue Rodeo) features fourteen of the more than two hundred collaborations between the keyboardist and "poet, traveller, activist, and philosopher" Wrench Tuttle. Wiseman's quirky music accompanying Tuttle's oddball poetry works mostly as an experiment, and one that wears unfortunately thin after the novelty has worn off. When it works best ("Airplane on the Highway", "Cockroach", "all the trees"), the loosely jazzy tunes underscore the unstable tension throughout the lyrics. A very interesting precursor to Wiseman's later collaboration with Bruce McCulloch.

Biography

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Bob Wiseman — producer, folk songwriter, guitar-pop singer, and improvisational jazz pianist — is as difficult to pin down as he is prolific. Having played keyboards for Canadian country blues-tinged rock band Blue Rodeo, Wiseman has dallied in everything from avant-garde to political pop since he left for a solo career. Wiseman's first solo release, Hits of the 60's and 70's, (independent) is a spirited showcase for "prepared piano" (a term referring to altering the piano's sound by...
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