British Tour '75 represents Soft Machine in that phase, their Jazz Rock phase or you can also call it the ''Guitar'' phase of Soft Machine. With new guitarist John Etheridge replacing the unmatchable Allan Holdsworth which had just left after playing on Bundles, which John had admired and found difficulty to play his solos, yet in this album he shows that he's capable of it and even sounding unique. Another killer live album from SOFT MACHINE. This one is from the "Bundles" tour but Holdsworth has just left unexpectantly and so we get John Etheridge on guitar. John was actually recommended to the band by Holdsworth and was hired after a short audition.
If you're a fan of the group's early psychedelic pop and despise anything that smacks of "fusion," then British Tour '75 is probably not for you. If, however, you are open to the idea that the latter-period Softs might have brought something unique and idiosyncratically Soft Machine-ish to the fusion table, then you might just find a high level of enjoyment here
L’energia del palco fa decisamente bene alla band che negli album in studio di quel periodo era parsa piuttosto pallida ed esangue, con il guru Mike Ratledge piuttosto annoiato e Karl Jenkins non in grado di sostituirlo, con la stessa.
Psychedelic Rock Soft Machine. Lista de los grupos Psychedelic Rock Soft Machine British Tour '75. añadir las palabras del álbum. Album Name British Tour '75. Type Live. Data de aparición Septiembre 2005.
British Tour 75. Import. British Tour '75. "Please retry". How very typical of Soft Machine that we could have two concert recordings from the same year, with much of the same material, yet both shows are very different. Given a choice between this October '75 show and the January one captured on "Floating World Live", many fans might choose the other simply because guitar legend Allan Holdsworth played on that one. For my money however, this show is considerably better. Holdsworth is a blindingly fast and technically brilliant player. But with Soft Machine he seemed rather overbearing and one-dimensional.
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Artist: Soft Machine Title: British Tour '75 Year Of Release: 2009 Label: Major League MLP10CD Genre: Psychedelic rock, Prog Rock, Jazz Rock Quality: WavPack (is. v(image+. Tracklist: 1. Bundles (3:17) 2. Land Of The Bag Snake (4:01) 3. Out Of Season (6:14) 4. The Man Who Waved At Trains (6:16) 5. Jvh (4:12) 6. The Floating World (1:12) 7. Ban - Ban Caliban (9:53) 8. Sideburn (10:22) 9. Hazard Profile Part 1 (6:13) 10.
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|2||Land Of The Bag Snake||4:01|
|3||Out Of Season||6:13|
|4||The Man Who Waved At Trains||6:15|
|6||The Floating World||1:12|
|7||Ban - Ban Caliban||9:53|
|9||Hazard Profile Part 1||6:12|
|10||Hazard Profile Part 2||1:41|
|11||Hazard Profile Part 3||0:24|
|12||Hazard Profile Part 4||1:39|
|13||Hazard Profile Part 5||4:14|
|14||Song Of Aeolus||3:58|
|15||Sign Of Five||14:45|
- Licensed From – Soft Machine
- Published By – Soft Machine Publishing Company
- Published By – Copyright Control
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Major League Productions Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Major League Productions Ltd.
- Recorded At – Nottingham University
- Recorded By – Realsound Mobile
- Mastered At – Hiltongrove Mastering
- Bass Guitar [Bass Guitars] – Roy Babbington
- Drums, Percussion – John Marshall
- Electric Piano, Soprano Saxophone [Soprano Sax], Piano – Karl Jenkins
- Engineer – Geoff Woodward
- Guitar [Guitars] – John Etheridge
- Liner Notes – John Etheridge, John Marshall
- Mastered By [Mastering] – Dave Blackman*
- Mixed By – John Moon
- Organ, Synthesizer [Synthesizers], Electric Piano – Mike Ratledge
- Photography By [All Photos] – Guido Harari
- Producer [MLP Producer] – Mike Dixon
- Sleeve [Sleeve Art] – Gita Kasan
NotesRecorded on Saturday 11th October 1975 at Nottingham University.
Mastering at Hilton Grove.
On tray card and CD:
P & © 2005
All tracks (P) 2005 MLP Ltd
© 2005 Major League Productions ltd
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 5 030820 041728
- Barcode (String): 5030820041728
- Matrix / Runout: HILTONGROVE MULTIMEDIA HIL HGCD4172
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP76
- Mould SID Code: IFPI AAHY2
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