Soft Machine - Bundles(flac) » audio music lossless 5 months 222 MB 0 3 Soft Machine-Live At The Paradiso 1969(2002 VP Rem.)EAC-FLACTWR78CR-Bt » audio music lossless 9 years 258 MB 0 3 Soft Machine - Floating World Live (1975) » images 6 years 540 MB 3 0 2.재업 9 years 1650 MB 0 3 Soft Machine - Legacy (2006) » video movie dvd 9. Soft Machine - Fourth (1971) EAC rip (secure mode) FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG - 240 Mb Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (tiff) - 188 Mb Soft Machine were an English rock band from Canterbury, named after the book The Soft Machine by William S. They were one of the central bands in the Canterbury scene, and helped pioneer the progressive rock genre.
Despite critical disdain and the eventual demise of the band in the early 1980s, fan demand, a continuous stream of posthumous releases, and the former members' own recognition of the music's uniqueness, resulted in the establishment of Soft Machine Legacy by
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The band's sixth recording, Burden of Proof, is most definitely not the work of elder jazz statesmen or old hipsters coasting on reputations forged 40 years ago. The majority of the pieces on Burden of Proof are contemporary originals penned by Etheridge and Travis. This is challenging, vital music; even 'Kings and Queens,' the obligatory cover tune from Soft Machine's salad days, is recast in a new and different light, revealing heretofore unexplored harmonic and melodic nooks and crannies. Though tough, taut jazz-based originals dominate—the title track a case in point—a surprisingly significant quantity of the music here explores more experimental vistas. 'Green Cubes' is a group improvisation that manages to be both convivial and completely unhinged. After a multi-sectioned head, and a near-rubato solo section for Travis' breathy tenor, 'Voyage Beyond Seven' dissolves into a spacy soundscape of layered Rhodes, guitar effects and flute.
The chunky, rockish 'Fallout' does something similar, albeit in a much more aggressive fashion. There are also a number of brief improvised duets and solos interspersed amongst the longer tracks—the most interesting of these is 'The Brief'—a too- brief blast from Travis and Marshall that segues into 'Pump Room,' a jazz head superimposed over
Despite its monicker, Soft Machine Legacy is not a tribute project or an attempt to recreate the music of the 1970s. The music here is fresh, risky, and full of life. If Burden of Proof proves anything, it's that the spirit of exploration in music remains alive and well. Fittingly so, because that's what Soft Machine was all about in the first place.
Burden of Proof; Voyage Beyond Seven; Kitto; Pie Chart; JSP; Kings andQueens; Fallout; Going Somewhere Canorous?; Black and Crimson; TheBrief; Pump Room; Green Cubes; They Landed on a Hill.
John Etheridge: guitars; Theo Travis: tenor saxophone, flute, FenderRhodes piano; Roy Babbington: bass guitar; John Marshall: drums,percussion.
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Title: Soft Machine Legacy: Burden of Proof| Year Released: 2013| Record Label: Moonjune Records