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    From The Sunday Times
    August 26, 2007

    Going for a song

    Lavinia Greenlaw on At Last I Am Free by Robert Wyatt

    In 1984, I was living in a housing coop in Clapham Junction. I used to go to a laundrette run by a fierce, beautiful Irish woman, who stalked up and down, swigging Special Brew. I was sitting in the corner one day, reading Doris Lessing?

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    I’m not sure that one can sabotage a future – most of us are too busy sabotaging the present – however this is a fine piece on, well, a fine piece.

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