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The Soft Machine - Face And Place Vol. 7 (also called Jet Propelled Photographs and At The Beginning) CD (album) cover

FACE AND PLACE VOL. 7 (ALSO CALLED JET PROPELLED PHOTOGRAPHS AND AT THE BEGINNING)

The Soft Machine

 

Canterbury Scene

3.20 | 15 ratings

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loserboy
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3 stars In sharp contrast to their later free form jazz-prog influenced music, it is this quirky little psychy debut album which has been a household favourite here. Rich in the psychedelic tradition, JPP is centered around Mike Ratledge's acid washed organ sounds which is ornately wrapped in a wall of wonderful psychy guitar and drum interplay. Vocals are sung by Kevin Ayers who accents this album quite well with his raspy yet emotional style. Songs are generally of a shorter length and in fact the whole album also ends far too quickly. A tasty little progressive rock gem with heavy psychedelic tendencies... A pick of mine!
loserboy | 3/5 |

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