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FOURTH

The Soft Machine

 

Canterbury Scene

3.47 | 242 ratings

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braindamage
5 stars It was released in February, 1971 "4(Fourth)". The saxophone of Elton Dean that became a formal member and the organ of Mike Ratledge feel the tension. Work by which nuance of free jazz becomes strong further. The Electric sound is suppressed. It is a sound with a clear outline clear of solo and the ensemble. The suite in old B side is a psychedelic masterpiece of the free jazz. The double bass of Roy Babbington is impressive in the guest's performance. It is October and in November, 1970 to record.
braindamage | 5/5 |

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