» » Soft Machine - Live At The Paradiso 1969

Soft Machine - Live At The Paradiso 1969 álbum

  • Artista: Soft Machine
  • Título: Live At The Paradiso 1969
  • Género: Rock
  • País: UK
  • Fuente de los registros: CD, Album, Reissue
  • Liberado: 1996
  • Estilo: Avantgarde, Prog Rock
  • Etiqueta: Blueprint
  • Catálogo#: BP139CD
  • MP3 álbum: 2735 mb
  • FLAC álbum: 1721 mb
  • Clasificación: 4.3/5
  • Votos: 028
Soft Machine - Live At The Paradiso 1969 álbum

Lista de canciones

1Dada Was Here
2Hulloder
3Have You Ever Bean Green?
4Fire Engine Passing With Bells Clanging
5Hibou, Anemone And Bear
6As Long As He Lies Perfectly Still
7A Door Opens And Closes
8Thank You Pierrot Lunaire
9Pataphysical Introduction Pt II
10Orange Skin Food
1110:30 Returns To The Bedroom
12Fire Engine Passing With Bells Clanging (Reprise)
13Pig


Versiones

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VP193CDSoft Machine Live At The Paradiso 1969 ‎(CD, Album, RM)VoiceprintVP193CDUK1995
MSIF-3353, VP193CDSoft Machine Live At The Paradiso 1969 ‎(CD, Album, RM)Voiceprint Japan, VoiceprintMSIF-3353, VP193CDJapan1995
MPG 74033Soft Machine Soft Machine ‎(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial)Movieplay GoldMPG 74033Portugal1999
CDLP4505The Soft Machine Turns On Paradiso (March 29, 1969) ‎(CD, Unofficial)Amazing DiscsCDLP4505Netherlands1988
MPG 74033Soft Machine Soft Machine ‎(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial)Movieplay GoldMPG 74033Portugal1999


Créditos

  • Coordinator [Coordination For Cd]Robin Ayling
  • Liner NotesHugh Hopper
  • Performer [Uncredited]Hugh Hopper, Mike Ratledge, Robert Wyatt
  • Photography ByMike Ellidge
  • Remastered ByChris Thorpe


Empresas

  • Recorded At – Paradiso Amsterdam


Vídeo


Álbum

This 45-minute live fragment captures the Soft Machine at the Paradiso Club in Amsterdam circa 1969. The second incarnation of the band included Hugh Hopper guitarbassvocals, Mike Ratledge keyboards, and Robert Wyatt drumsvocals. The trio heard here had originally been joined by Kevin Ayers guitar on the group's major-label debut Volume One 1968. Not only did that leave the band minus a lead guitarist but a primary contributor to the material as well. soft machine - turns on paradiso 1969 full album 40:21. Soft Machine Live At The Paradiso 1969 By Beat 5:37. Liste Aggiungi alla Lista. CDs da seehaas. Live At The Paradiso is a music live recording by THE SOFT MACHINE Canterbury SceneProgressive Rock released in 1995 on cd, lp, vinyl andor cassette. Another surprising thing about this album, is the high quality of recording especially for a late 60's live taping - in many respects, this shows up the rushed job made of recording the first Soft Machine studio album - this has to be remastered soon - please . Originally released as a bootleg before eventually getting a legitimate release, Live at the Paradiso captures the Softs during the era of Volume Two, and its track list is more or less identical to that album - though unfortunately it begins abruptly in the middle of Hulloder, presumably because the earlier part was either not recorded or was lost. From The Soft Machine - Turns On Paradiso, March 29, 1969 01 Fire free to Soft Machine Live at the Paradiso 1969 Hulloder, Dada Was Here and more. 13 tracks 28:26. Hulloder 02. Dada Was Here 03. Thank You Pierrot Lunaire 04. Have You Ever Been Green 05. Pataphysical Introduction Pt. II 06. As Long As He Lies Perfectly Still 07. Fire Engine Passing With Bells Clanging 08. Hibou, Anemone And Bear 09. Fire Engine Passing With Bells Clanging reprise 10. Soft Machine was a pioneering psychedelic, progressive rock and jazz band from Canterbury, United Kingdom, named after the book The Soft Machine by William S. They were one of the central bands in the Canterbury Scene. The b read more. read more. top albums. mikeratledge Albums. Soft Machine - Live At Paradiso 1969. Listen full album. View all Soft Machine albums. Live At The Paradiso 1969. Soft Machine. 13 tracks. Released in Machine would not only continue touring, but with the recruitment of saxophonist Elton Dean, would go on to record their classic Third and remain a viable recording and touring entity for years to come. But back to '69 and this oft-bootlegged performance at the Paradiso. While there are warts to be found-most notably in the rough vocals of drummer Robert Wyatt, who was clearly having difficulty hearing himself over the wall of sound created by Hopper and Ratledge-this is a surprisingly well-recorded and well-performed show of the Softs working material from Volume Two. 1969 was a pivotal and transitory year for a pivotal band. by gordonskene Dec 12, 2013. Click on the link here for Audio Player Soft Machine live at Paradiso, Amsterdam 1969 VPRO-Archives. Soft Machine bridged the gap between Rock, Jazz and Psychedelia in a way that made the Progressive movement possible. Brought into the spotlight by Jimi Hendrix, who invited the band along as opener during his 1968 U. tour, Soft Machine had the good fortune of being in the position of a willing audience to join them on the ride



Relacionado con Soft Machine - Live At The Paradiso 1969: