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Soft Machine

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. Burroughs. They were one of the central bands in the Canterbury Scene.

The band originally consisted of Robert Wyatt, Kevin Ayers, Daevid Allen and Mike Ratledge, most of whom were former members of The Wilde Flowers in 1968. Later members have included Hugh Hopper, Elton Dean, John Etheridge, Karl Jenkins, John Marshall, and Allan Holdsworth.

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LPs
Land of Cockayne
1981

2
9 Votes
Softs
1976

4
15 Votes
Bundles
1975

3.7
19 Votes
Seven
1973

3.6
16 Votes
Six
1973

3.6
21 Votes
Fifth
1972

3.5
27 Votes
Fourth
1971

3.6
50 Votes
Third
1970

4.2
193 Votes
Volume Two
1969

3.9
73 Votes
The Soft Machine
1968

4
108 Votes
Live Albums
Noisette
2000

3.3
2 Votes
The Peel Sessions
1990

4
4 Votes
Live at the Proms 1970
1988

Alive And Well Recorded In Paris
1978

4
1 Votes
BBC RADIO 1 LIVE IN CONCERT 1972
1972

4
1 Votes

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