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  1. Vigami says:
    Soft Machine evolved through various jazz-oriented per-sonnel. The group took their name from William Bur-roughs' novel after Australian guitarist, Daevid Allen, brought the influence of Terry Riley and tape-loops to the basic Kentish line-up of Kevin Ayers (bass, vocals), Mike Ratledge (keyboards, born ) and Robert Wyatt (drums, vocals).
  2. Faujin says:
    The first Olympia edition of The Soft Machine is a fundamentally different novel from the edition of The Soft Machine with which most readers are familiar — the second Grove Press edition. For this reason, it is easier to compare both the first Olympia and third Calder editions against the second, making it a .
  3. Yozshutaur says:
    Volume Two is the second LP album by The Soft Machine, released in A jazz influence is added to the humour, dada, and psychedelia of their first LP The Soft Machine (). In it was voted number in Colin Larkin's All Time Top ledabcioucenchooven.litocencmacclingtosworlfeebreatenriti.infoinfo: Progressive rock, Canterbury scene, jazz-rock.
  4. Guhn says:
    Soft Machine '69 [p] Limited Edition, Live Vinyl 12" Priscilla / P.R. L.P. Turns On Paradiso (March 29, ).
  5. Fenrimuro says:
    óta a Soft Machine rengeteg élő felvétele jelent meg CD-n, a felvételek minősége a gyengétől a kiválóig változott. ben négy korábbi Soft Machine-tag - Hugh Hopper, Elton Dean, John Marshall and Allan Holdsworth - turnézott és felvett egy lemezt Soft .
  6. Gugar says:
    Soft Machine are an English rock band from Canterbury formed in mid, currently consisting of John Marshall (drums), Roy Babbington (bass), John Etheridge (guitar), and Theo Travis (saxophone, flutes, keyboards). As a central band of the Canterbury scene, the group became one of the first Britis.
  7. Nekus says:
    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.
  8. Dushicage says:
    Soft Machine Legacy – new studio CD (MoonJune Records) A new studio album will be recorded at the end of the year and released worldwide sometime in May As stated in the What’s Rattlin’ mailinglist: “This is to announce the recording of the new studio album of Soft Machine Legacy (Etheridge, Hopper, Travis, Marshall).
  9. Mogrel says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of William on Discogs/5(2).

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