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Soft Machine - Virtually (1971)

26-12-2013, 20:36
Music | Jazz | FLAC / APE

Soft Machine - Virtually (1971)

Artist: Soft Machine
Title Of Album: Virtually
Year Of Release: 1971
Label: Cuneiform Records
Genre: Jazz Rock, Progressive Rock
Format: Flac/Cue/Log/Artwork
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 77:36
Total Size: 444 MB (+3%)


01. Facelift
02. Virtually
03. Slightly all the Time
04. Fletchers Blemish
05. Neo-Caliban Grides
06. Out Bloody Rageous
07. Eamonn Andrews
08. All White
09. Kings and Queens
10. Teeth
11. Pigling Bland

personnel :

Robert Wyatt - Drums, Voice
Mike Ratledge - Keyboards
Hugh Hopper - Bass
Elton Dean - Saxophone

This set was recorded for Germany radio broadcast at a concert in Bremen in 1971. The performance came a few months prior to Robert Wyatt's departure from Soft Machine. The lineup on VIRTUALLY includes bass player Hugh Hopper, keyboardist Mike Ratledge, and saxophonist Elton Dean, who had joined a year-and-a-half prior. At the time, the group's most recent release (FOURTH) was their first album not to feature vocals. This is how things were to continue henceforth.
The 11 selections on VIRTUALLY include all four of FOURTH's featured compositions, although "Virtually" is played in abbreviated form-not as the nearly 20-minute-long, four-part suite Hopper had originally composed. Since it was intended for airing on Germany's Radio Bremen, the recording quality is superb throughout. The release of VIRTUALLY in 1998 marks the first commercial appearance of these recordings.

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