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  1. Jan 02,  · Tracks 1 & 2: recorded live at Swansea or at London School of Economics on February 13 or 14, Previously unreleased recordings. Tracks recorded at "Henry Wood Promenade Concert", Royal Albert Hall on August 13, Previously released on Live At The Proms This version of the concert have the first 3 minutes of 'Out-Bloody /5(5).
  2. AllMusic Review by Lindsay Planer [+] By , the Soft Machine were ensconced into what would become its most revered lineup and repertoire. The two performance excerpts are from one of the many European jaunts the Softs took that year. While the material leans most heavily on the band's Third () album, the second and significantly longer set concludes with the finale from Volume Two ().7/
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Live At The Proms on Discogs.4/5(9).
  4. May 20,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Soft Machine - Live At The Proms at Discogs. Complete your Soft Machine collection/5(49).
  5. Recorded by the BBC on 13th August at the Royal Albert Hall Soft Machine appear courtesy of CBS Records Released by arrangement with BBC Enterprises Ltd. (p) BBC Technical note: The banging and crackling towards the beginning of side 1 is Mike Ratledge Kick-Starting bis organ. 'Out - Bloody - Rageous & Esther Nosejob' Published by Robbins.
  6. Reissues. In the album was re-issued on CD by Sony BMG with a second disc comprising a complete live album, Live at the Proms , which had been previously released by a small independent company called Reckless Records in This album was recorded at The BBC Proms in the Royal Albert Hall on 13 August The band's performance, opening for the BBC Symphony .
  7. Jul 07,  · Third is the third studio album by the Canterbury associated band Soft Machine, originally released in as a double LP, with each side of the original vinyl consisting of a single, long.
  8. Apr 15,  · Soft Machine; Album Live In Europe ; Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music (on behalf of Floating World); BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., and 1 Music Rights Societies; Song A Door Opens .
  9. This minute live fragment captures the Soft Machine at the Paradiso Club in Amsterdam circa The second incarnation of the band included Hugh Hopper (guitar/bass/vocals), Mike Ratledge (keyboards), and Robert Wyatt (drums/vocals). The trio heard here had originally been joined by Kevin Ayers (guitar) on the group's major-label debut Volume One ().

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