Bob Wiseman Sings Wrench Tuttle: In Her Dream (1998, Atlantic Records). The album created some notoriety when the first thousand copies were destroyed by Warner Music due to the song "Rock and Tree" which was feared libelous. It was about the murder of Salvador Allende and mentioned Richard Nixon, Henry Kissinger and Donald M. Kendall, the president of Pepsi Cola. Wiseman claimed that he set music to words by Tuttle, a poet who would send him lyrics in the mail
Sings Wrench Tuttle (LP, Album). Sings Wrench Tuttle (CD).
Engineer: John Owald & Bob Wiseman. political social heartfelt goofy. In Her Dream: Bob Wiseman Sings Wrench Tuttle.
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.
In Her Dream: Bob Wiseman Sings Wrench Tuttle. Accidentally Acquired Beliefs. 11 tracks · 1 August 1995. Sings Wrench Tuttle in Her Dream.
Bob Wiseman, Robert Neil Bob Wiseman is a film composer, songwriter and music teacher1 Wiseman discovered or produced many artists including Ron Sexsmith, . 1988 Bob Wiseman Sings Wrench Tuttle: In Her Dream Atlantic Records6 The album created some notoriety when the first thousand copies were destroyed by Warner Music due to the song "Rock and Tree" which was feared libelous7 It was about the murder of Salvador Allende and mentioned Richard Nixon, Henry Kissinger and Donald M Kendall, the president of Pepsi Cola "Wrench
His first solo album was "Bob Wiseman Sings Wrench Tuttle: In Her Dream" in 1989. This record yielded the video "We Got Time", which was a minor hit on Much Music. He has collaborated theatrically with Scott Thompson on "Scottastrophe" and Anand Rajaram on "Cowboys and Indians" and Sean Dixon for the Barbara Gowdy story "The White Bone"
Beware of Bob by bob wiseman, released 01 January 1994 1. Did We Segue? 2. who who who (ahem) 3. Foster Child 4. Welcome To My Portamento 5. Kapow Pow Pow 6. To The God Of 7. Twidley Dee Dum 8. Mortician Don 9. All Dressed Up 10. Wayne Cassanova Fantasy 11. Play like Hugh, The Nightly News, Your First Favourite Song 12. Could Have Been The Theme For The Jeffersons 13. The Chorus. Got it. + add. album.
|A4||If I Knew|
|A5||Bhopal (Driftnet Plan)|
|B1||Ship At Sea|
|B2||Dog On A Leash|
|B3||In Her Dream|
|B4||Airplane On The Highway|
|B6||All The Trees|
|B7||We Got Time|
|82111-2||Bob Wiseman||Sings Wrench Tuttle (CD)||Atlantic||82111-2||US||1989|
|BLOCKS035||Bob Wiseman||In Her Dream: Bob Wiseman Sings Wrench Tuttle (LP, Album, Ltd, RE)||Blocks Recording Club||BLOCKS035||Canada||2006|
|CD 56913||Bob Wiseman||Sings Wrench Tuttle In Her Dream (CD, Album)||Risqué Disque, WEA||CD 56913||Canada||1989|
|82111-4||Bob Wiseman||Sings Wrench Tuttle (Cass, Album, Promo)||Atlantic||82111-4||US||1989|
|7 82111-2||Bob Wiseman||In Her Dream (CD, Album)||Atlantic||7 82111-2||US||1989|