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The Soft Machine - Volume Two mp3 flac

Performer: The Soft Machine
Title: Volume Two
Style: Prog Rock
Released: 2010
Country: US
Size MP3 version: 1687 mb
Size FLAC version: 1211 mb
Size WMA version: 1859 mb
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Genre: Rock

The Soft Machine - Volume Two mp3 flac


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Volume Two is the second LP album by The Soft Machine, released in 1969. A jazz influence is added to the humour, dada, and psychedelia of their first LP The Soft Machine (1968). The album was inspired by The Mothers Of Invention's Absolutely Free and consists of two suites – "Rivmic Melodies " and "Esther's Nose Job" – with "As Long as He Lies Perfectly Still" and "Dedicated to You" serving as interludes

Volume Two ‎(CD, Album, RE). Water, Universal Music Special Markets. water196, B0008536-02. From the jazzy and melodic first Suite of this marvelous release to the more complex side two, the second studio Album from the Soft Machine is nothing but pure imagination.

Pictures, videos, biodata, and files relating to Volume Two (The Soft Machine album) are also acceptable encyclopedic sources. Side 1. Side 2. 3 Personnel. Retrieved 25 July 2011. Bennett, G. Soft Machine: Out-Bloody-Rageous. London: SAF Publishing Lt. 1993, p. 163. ^ "Hugh Hopper - 1962-1972". Retrieved 2011-12-03. A jazz influence is added to the humour, dadaism, and psychedelia of their first LP The Soft Machine (1968). The album was inspired by Frank Zappa's Absolutely Free and consists of two long compositions – "Rivmic Melodies " and "Esther's Nose Job" – with "As Long as He Lies Perfectly Still" and "Dedicated to You" serving as interludes.

But musically, Volume Two better conveys the Dada-ist whimsy and powerful avant rock leanings of the band. Hugh Hopper took over for Ayers on bass, and his fuzz tones and experimental leanings supplanted Ayers' pop emphasis. The creative nucleus behind this most progressive of progressive rock albums, however, is Robert Wyatt

Volume Two is a music studio album recording by THE SOFT MACHINE (Canterbury Scene/Progressive Rock) released in 1969 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Volumes One & Two Big Beat UK 2004. The Soft Machine Volume Two SUNDAZED MUSIC 2017. Volume 2 Remastered Emi Europe Generic 2009.

Tracklist Hide Credits

Rivmic Melodies
A1 Pataphysical Introduction - Pt. I
Written-By – R. Wyatt*
1:00
A2 A Concise Britist Alphabet - Pt. I
Arranged By – R. Wyatt*Written-By – H. Hopper*
0:10
A3 Hibou, Anenome And Bear
Written-By – M. Ratledge*, R. Wyatt*
5:58
A4 A Concise British Alphabet Pt. II
Arranged By – R. Wyatt*Written-By – H. Hopper*
0:12
A5 Hulloder
Arranged By – R. Wyatt*Written-By – H. Hopper*
0:52
A6 Dada Was Here
Arranged By – R. Wyatt*Written-By – H. Hopper*
3:25
A7 Thank You Pierrot Lunaire
Arranged By – R. Wyatt*Written-By – H. Hopper*
0:47
A8 Have You Ever Bean Green?
Arranged By – R. Wyatt*Written-By – H. Hopper*
1:23
A9 Pataphysical Introduction Pt. II
Written-By – R. Wyatt*
0:50
A10 Out Of Tunes
Written-By – H. Hopper*, M. Ratledge*, R. Wyatt*
2:30
Esther's Nose Job
B1 As Long As He Lies Perfectly Still
Written-By – M. Ratledge*, R. Wyatt*
2:30
B2 Dedicated To You But You Weren't Listening
Written-By – H. Hopper*
2:30
B3 Fire Engine Passing With Bells Clanging
Written-By – M. Ratledge*
1:50
B4 Pig
Written-By – M. Ratledge*
2:08
B5 Orange Skin Food
Written-By – M. Ratledge*
1:52
B6 A Door Opens And Closes
Written-By – M. Ratledge*
1:09
B7 10:30 Returns To The Bedroom
Written-By – H. Hopper*, M. Ratledge*, R. Wyatt*
4:14

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Universal Music Enterprises
  • Published By – Sea-Lark Enterprises, Inc.
  • Published By – Miller Music Inc.
  • Published By – Emm-Jay Music, Inc.
  • Lacquer Cut At – Nashville Record Productions
  • Pressed By – United Record Pressing

Credits

  • Design [Cover And Liner] – Byron Goto, Henry Epstein
  • Executive-Producer – Mike Jeffery
  • Lacquer Cut By – Wes Garland
  • Photography By – Eric Goto
  • Producer – The Soft Machine*

Notes

Mastered from the original U.K. tapes and pressed on pristine high-definition vinyl.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 090771 5342 17
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched): LP 5342-A B0013908-1 WG/NRP Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched): LP 5342-B B0013908-1 WG/NRP Ⓤ

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CPLP 4505, CPLP 4505 S, CPLP-4505-S The Soft Machine* Volume Two ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Probe, ABC Records, Command CPLP 4505, CPLP 4505 S, CPLP-4505-S US 1969
ORL 8663 The Soft Machine* Volume Two ‎(LP, Album, RE) MCA Coral ORL 8663 Italy Unknown
SPB 1002, 1E 062 ○ 90416 The Soft Machine* Volume Two ‎(LP, Album, Pin) Probe, Probe SPB 1002, 1E 062 ○ 90416 UK 1969
RB 159 The Soft Machine* Vol. 2 ‎(LP, Album, RE) Record Bazaar RB 159 Italy 1978
921 019 Soft Machine Vol 2 ‎(LP, Album, RE) Barclay 921 019 France 1971


Cktiell
Ordered two copies. Both arrived really badly warped. Very disappointing as I usually rate Sundazed? Won’t risk it again and sent both back.
Moogura
Mine doesn't seem noisy but, wow, the warping is bad. It doesn't seem to affect playback but it's disappointing for sure.
Mettiarrb
I had problems with two sealed copies, both undulating and very noisy. I kept one but I had to spend money to smooth it and now I'll try to wash it. I hope I can improve on listening, but I am very disappointed with this reprint.
Talrajas
Picked this up used several years ago, no warpage, and whatever noise there was from paper sleeve debris I was able to quiet down with a wet-cleaning. Highly recommend a good copy of this one if you can find it, it sounds quite good.
Fenritaur
Careful with these reissues. Quality control is apparently out the window with a lot of these newer labels. Cutting corners is increasingly the norm. Went through two copies, both were warped. The transfer is noisy. First copy I picked up was a mess, immediately returned it. The right channel was blown out, played REALLY low. The record had lots of static and pops. Second copy not as bad and both channels good but by no means clean. This is a noisy pressing, most noticeable in quiet sections and between songs. Not a big deal on 40+ year old lp's but unacceptable on a factory sealed release. Both records played okay despite the heavy warping. Comes in a nice gate-fold package. Shame, it's a massive album.
Pooker
Very good input ???? thanks for taking the time to let us know