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Why Am I So Short? - The Soft Machine* - Volumes One And Two (CD)



Label: Big Beat Records - CDWIKD 920 • Format: CD Compilation, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Experimental
Why Am I So Short? - The Soft Machine* - Volumes One And Two (CD)

The Soft Machine Volumes One and Two, a Compilation of songs by The Soft Machine. Released in on Big Beat (catalog no. CD WIKD ; CD). Genres: Canterbury Scene, Progressive Rock.

 · 2 great songs from the debut album of the Soft Machine. 2 great songs from the debut album of the Soft Machine.

 · Volume two is a logical extension of volume one. A bit jazzier, a bit more refined sound-wise than volume one, which was a bit on the raw side from time to time. But it's a further look at the same musical vision, and a unique one at that.

Label: Big Beat. Format: CD. Catalogue Id: CDWIKD Ground breaking first two albums from one of the most unusual outfits of the 60s featuring Mike Ratledge's crashing organ sound and topped with Robert Wyatt's unique near-falsetto vocals.

- Volume Two ( RM, Polydor , EU) - Land Of Cockayne ( RM, Esoteric ECLEC , EU) В папке Projects добавил - Soft Heap - A Veritable Centaur (, Impetus Rec. IMP CD ).


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2 thoughts on “Why Am I So Short? - The Soft Machine* - Volumes One And Two (CD)”

  1. The music is sometimes jangling and discorded but knowing about the times and this groups leadership in that direction should explain why it is a "timepiece" and important to the collector. To have both the first (1st) & second (2nd) L.P.s on one CD is a real treat. I await "Soft Machine- /5(92).

  2. Soft Machine was a pioneering psychedelic, progressive rock and jazz band from Canterbury, United Kingdom, named after the book The Soft Machine by William S. Burroughs. They were one of the central bands in the Canterbury Scene. The b read more. View full artist profile.

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