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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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peter.clark
4 stars I have owned this album since its release in 1972 (I think I got a pre release copy). I have never stopped listening to it! More punk (so only 4 stars for us prog rockers) than prog rock with Robert Wyatt on vocals rather than Kevin Ayers - just to show who was boss. Its called a demo but its a studio live set and still sounds as fresh and energic today. Thats How Much I Need You is pop (Britpop?) at its best. A collection of songs to make you feel good and enjoy life - listen to it.
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