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SOFT MACHINE

The Soft Machine

Canterbury Scene


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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing


1. That's how much i need you now (2:29)
2. Save yourself (2:45)
3. I should've known (7:31)
4. Jet-propelled photograph (2:34)
(a.k.a. shooting at the moon)
5. When i don't want you (2:49)
6. Memories (3:00)
7. You don't remember (3:46)
8. She's gone (2:12)
9. I'd rather be with you (3:40)


Total Time 30:45

Line-up / Musicians




Releases information

Remastered from an original 1967 demo LP

Line-up:
- David Allen / guitar, vocals
- Robert Wyatt / drums, vocals
- Kevin Ayers / bass, vocals
- Mike Ratledge / keyboards

Thanks to pokes for the addition
and to mogorva for the last updates
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