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The Soft Machine

 

Canterbury Scene

3.46 | 237 ratings

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rex_nightlord
5 stars this album is the first soft machine's one i've bought and the first listening session concluded with a sense of pure joy: the sound is unique - the recording, the style in playing - and the generic atmosphere of the whole album is really great. a deep travel through jazz, rock and psychedelic organized around hopper's bass and wyatt (i think) incredible drumming. the very best i've found in virtually pt4: this song in one of the best i've ever heard! simply amazing in the dynamics of rhytm and sound, incredible running of sax...heavy flirts with the jazz style and psychedelyc mix the whole song in a precious song. far away from anything else...simply soft maschine.
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