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Live, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

Disc 1 - 45:53
1. Slightly All The Time (10:21)
2. Out-Bloody-Rageous (10:46)
3. Eamonn Andrews (10:33)
4. Mousetrap (4:37)
5. Noisette (0:53)
6. Backwards (3:32)
7. Moustrap (Reprise) (0:23)
8. Hibou Anemone & Bear (4:44)

Disc 2 - 45:12
1. Facelift (19:19)
2. Moon in June (8:02)
3. Esther's Nose Job (8:21)
4. Pigling Bland (3:45)
5. Cymbalism (4:19)
6. Esther's Nose Job (Reprise) (1:23)

Total Time: 81:05

Line-up / Musicians

- Robert Wyatt / drums, vocals
- Mike Ratledge / Lowery organ, electric piano
- Hugh Hopper / bass guitar
- Elton Dean / alto saxophone, saxello

Releases information

CD Voiceprint VP262CD (2004)

Voiceprint and Cuneiform Records between them have realsed nearly all the legitimate live albums by Soft Machine, which had been laying around recording studio archive or somebody's cupboard. This was recorded whilst Machine were in a short residency at Ronnie Scott's Soho club (20th to 25th April 1971?).

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