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The Soft Machine - The Soft Machine (1968)

Jazz | Author: indeep1 | 21-01-2013, 16:31
The Soft Machine - The Soft Machine (1968)
Artist: The Soft Machine
Title Of Album: The Soft Machine
Year Of Release: 1968 {2009 Polydor}
Label: EMI Europe Generic
Genre: Jazz Rock, Psychedelic, Canterbury
Format: Flac/Cue/Log/Artwork
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 46:47
Total Size: 353 MB (+3%)


01 - Hope For Happiness
02 - Joy Of A Toy
03 - Hope For Happiness (Reprise)
04 - Why Am I So Short?
05 - So Boot If At All
06 - A Certain Kind
07 - Save Yourself
08 - Priscilla
09 - Lullabye Letter
10 - We Did It Again
11 - Plus Belle Qu'une Poubelle
12 - Why Are We Sleeping?
13 - Box 25 / 4 Lid
14 - Love Makes Sweet Music
15 - Feelin', Reelin', Squealin'

personnel :

Mike Ratledge - Organ, Piano (Electric)
Kevin Ayres - Guitar
Robert Wyatt - Bass, Guitar, Cello, Drums, Vocals

Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1968 album including two bonus tracks: 'Love Makes Sweet Music' and 'Feelin' Reelin' Squeelin''. The debut album by The Soft Machine was originally released in October 1968 and features the original line-up of Robert Wyatt on drums and vocals, Kevin Ayres, bass guitar and vocals and Mike Ratledge on keyboards. The roots of Soft Machine lay in the city of Canterbury in Kent and the circle of bohemian friends with Robert Wyatt at their core. Gathering at the large Georgian house owned by Robert's mother, Honor, Wyatt shared the company of Kevin Ayers, Hugh and Brian Hopper, Mike Ratledge and a drifting Australian beatnik, Daevid Allen spending many hours listening to modern Jazz and being exposed to the world of beat poetry and Dadaist art. Universal.

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