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The Soft Machine - Live Chronicle mp3 download Performer: The Soft Machine
Album: Live Chronicle
Released: 2005
Style: Prog Rock
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The Soft Machine (also titled "Volume One" as a reissue) is the debut album by the British jazz rock band Soft Machine, released in 1968. Founded in 1966, Soft Machine (one of the central bands in the Canterbury scene) recorded and released this studio album during their 1968 tour of the USA. It was produced by Chas Chandler and Tom Wilson. The work on this album was one of the essential roots in progressive rock and jazz-fusion.

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Liste des groupes Rock Psychédélique Soft Machine The Soft Machine - Volume One. ajouter les paroles de l'album. Date de parution Décembre 1968. Labels Barclay ABC Records.

Live album of SOFT MACHINE announced in 1994 "BBC Radio 1 Live In Concert". The second work of live BBC Radio 1 series from WINDSONG. Karl Jenkins participates live. It is collected on July 20, 1972.

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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 Ratledge. With only one real break (at the end of side one), the songs merge into each other - not always smoothly, but always with a sense of flair that rescues any potential miscues. Wyatt takes most of the vocals, and proves himself a surprisingly evocative singer despite his lack of range.

The version on the album was recorded live at the Fairfield Halls, Croydon, 4 January 1970 (the first by the quintet version of the band), with a brief section from the Mothers Club, Birmingham, 11 January 1970, and some recordings from the 1969 Spaced project. Moon in June" is the last song with lyrics that Soft Machine ever recorded, and their last look back to their progressive rock, pre-jazz sound. The song is in three parts.

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Dutch TV - September 1967
1 We Know What You Mean
Bass Guitar, Vocals – Kevin AyersDrums, Vocals – Robert WyattKeyboards, Vocals – Mike Ratledge
2 I Should've Known
Bass Guitar, Vocals – Kevin AyersDrums, Vocals – Robert WyattKeyboards, Vocals – Mike Ratledge
Beat Club - 1970
3 Composition Based On 3 Tunes
Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Elton DeanBass Guitar – Hugh HopperDrums, Vocals – Robert WyattKeyboards – Mike Ratledge
Montreux Jazz Festival - 4th July 1974
4 Hazard Profile
Bass Guitar – Roy BabbingtonDrums, Percussion – John MarshallGuitar – Alan Holdsworth*Keyboards – Mike RatledgeKeyboards, Oboe – Karl Jenkins