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The Soft Machine


Canterbury Scene

3.36 | 234 ratings

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5 stars The fifth work of SOFT MACHINE announced in June, 1972 "5(Fifth)". Work of which Robert Wyatt finally seceded. The wind instrument became only the saxophone of Elton Dean. This album was recorded in November, December, 1971 and February, 1972.Mysterious work with wonderful tightened performance. It is beautiful work.It is a finished type of the sound at time when this group devoted themselves to the free jazzs most.

braindamage | 5/5 |


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