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Box 25/4 Lid - The Soft Machine* - Volumes One and Two (CD)

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  1. Editors’ Notes Soft Machine’s self-titled debut (a.k.a. Volume One) stands as a seminal work in the prog-rock kirootvitoripullewebnexttudoka.coinfoed as song demos over a few days’ time in a New York studio, the album catches the group in its fledging stages, not long after it emerged from Britain’s now-legendary Canterbury Scene.
  2. A combination of their first two studio albums onto one CD. Their first (originally titled The Soft Machine, from ), recorded with the trio of Wyatt, Ratledge, and Ayers, combines goofy humor, psychedelia, and some free jazz into an erratic but invigorating brew that was comparable to little else in the late-'60s rock world. Ayers had left to be replaced by Hugh Hopper for 's Volume.
  3. Apr 14,  · A door opens and closes () returns to the bedroom () Ground breaking first two albums from one of the most unusual outfits of the 60s featuring Mike Ratledge's crashing organ sound and topped with Robert Wyatt's unique near-falsetto vocals. 75 minutes of Art Rock from British band, 30 tracks from
  4. The Soft Machine Volume Two Soft Machine. out of 5 stars Audio CD. 12 offers from $ Leg End Box 25 / 4 Lid. Box 25 / 4 Lid. Listen Now $ I bought the CD reissue on One Way Records back in the early 90's after seeing an original 68' pressing on Probe. I liked the album cover with the movable die cut wheel/5(18).
  5. A wild, freewheeling, and ultimately successful attempt to merge psychedelia with jazz-rock, Soft Machine's debut ranges between lovingly performed oblique pop songs and deranged ensemble playing from drummer/vocalist Robert Wyatt, bassist Kevin Ayers and organist Mike kirootvitoripullewebnexttudoka.coinfo only one real break (at the end of side one), the songs merge into each other -- not always smoothly, but always.
  6. Buy Soft Machine's album titled The Soft Machine, Vol. 1. CD $ $ Save 17% Current price is $, Original price is $ You Save 17%. View All Available Formats & Editions. Box 25/4 Lid; Show More. Album Credits Performance Credits Soft Machine Primary ArtistPrice: $
  7. Tracks 1 to 13 originally released as "The Soft Machine" in Tracks 14 to 30 originally released as "Volume Two" in Packaging: standard jewel case with 8 page booklet5/5(1).
  8. As well as being good value for money, the CD is actually a good way to listen to the two albums, since they flow together quite well; the final track on the first album, Box 25/4 Lid, in fact features a guesting Hugh Hopper on bass, so it actually acts as an appropriate little marker to signify the changeover from the Ratledge/Wyatt/Ayers.
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