Soft Machine - Fourth - Limited Edition Transparant Vinyl
Soft Machine - Fourth - Limited Edition Transparant Vinyl
  • Afbeelding in Gallery-weergave laden, Soft Machine - Fourth - Limited Edition Transparant Vinyl
  • Afbeelding in Gallery-weergave laden, Soft Machine - Fourth - Limited Edition Transparant Vinyl

Soft Machine - Fourth - Limited Edition Transparant Vinyl

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(1971)
Label: Music On Vinyl
2016 Reissue
180 Gram Transparant Vinyl
Numbered
Limited Edition
Jazz-Rock

The numeral "4" is the title as shown on the cover in all countries, but a written-out title appears on the spine and label. This was the group's first all-instrumental album, although their previous album Third had almost completed the band's move in this direction toward instrumental jazz, and a complete abandonment of their original self-presentation as a psychedelic pop group, or progressive rock group. It was also the last of their albums to include drummer and founding member Robert Wyatt who afterwards left. He had already recorded a solo album, The End of an Ear (in which he described himself on the cover as an "Out of work pop singer currently on drums with Soft Machine"), and now founded a new group, Matching Mole, whose name was a pun on "Soft Machine" as pronounced in French: "Machine Molle".

Like the previous Soft Machine album, some tracks have the band augmented by additional musicians. These include Mark Charig and Nick Evans, who had been in the septet lineup of late 1969, and Roy Babbington, who would join the band in 1973.

 

  • A:
  • 1. Teeth
  • 2. Kings and Queens
  • 3. Fletcher's Blemish
  • B:
  • 4. Virtually Part 1
  • 5. Virtually Part 2
  • 6. Virtually Part 3
  • 7. Virtually Part 4

 

EAN Code: 8719262000285