The Soft Machine - Volume Two CD (album) cover


The Soft Machine


Canterbury Scene

4.01 | 342 ratings

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5 stars The second work of SOFT MACHINE announced in 1969 "Volume Two". Kevin Ayers seceded with David Allen. However, their influences resound richly in this work.Moody jazz and destroyed dadaism.Surrealism language experiment and the humorous blues. Repetition and chaos.They invaded each other and a strange mutant was made up. It is a dreamlike paradise. Each player's individuality was established by this work.
braindamage | 5/5 |


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