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The Soft Machine


Canterbury Scene

4.03 | 495 ratings

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4 stars This is the first soft machine album , the first album of a great band, one of the best bands ever , and this first album is really good, not a masterpiece, but is an excellent add to all of the prog lovers like me. This album has a particular canterbury sound, and a very complex progressive sound, the music is "soft", but powerful and gorjeous , the two voices of the great Robert Wyatt and the always happy Kevin Ayers, give to the band a particular voice sound, but i have to admit that at the first time that i`ve heard this album, sounds to me a few boring, but really i felt sick, now that im fine i`ve heard it a lot of times and its for me one of the best purchases in the last month, and excellent recomendation.
memowakeman | 4/5 |


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