Unrest (Henry Cow album)

1974 studio album by Henry Cow / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Unrest is an album by British avant-rock group Henry Cow, recorded at Virgin Records' Manor studios in February and March 1974. It was their second album and was released in May 1974. It was their first album including oboe and bassoon player Lindsay Cooper, who replaced saxophonist Geoff Leigh. American critic Glenn Kenny said Cooper's presence on the album grounded the band in European art music.[1]

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Unrest
Studio album by
ReleasedMay 1974 (1974-05)
RecordedFebruary–March 1974
StudioThe Manor, Oxfordshire, England
GenreAvant-rock, avant-garde jazz
Length40:08
LabelVirgin (UK)
ProducerHenry Cow
Henry Cow chronology
Legend
(1973)
Unrest
(1974)
Desperate Straights
(1975)
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Unrest was dedicated to Robert Wyatt and Uli Trepte.