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I think this is probably my favourite Soft Machine Legacy album.
The band now consists of John Etheridge: electric guitar, Roy Babbington: bass guitar, John Marshall: drums and percussion and
Theo Travis: tenor sax, flute, fender rhodes piano, and although Marshall and Babbington both have places at the heart of some of Soft Machines classic albums and Etheridge was rather brilliant on Softs and brought the highlights to Alive And Well Recorded In Paris it is the presence of Travis who lifts this band to its new heights.
Like all the Soft Machine Legacy albums this is recorded live, giving it an open feel. There is a cracking version of Kings and Queens, a number that was recorded by Soft Machine on Fourth. Perhaps this band would achieve even greater things if studio time was available/affordable to them but I will be content with this, a great addition to my Canterbury Scene.
Notwithstanding that - if you like Soft Machine - you'll love this.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Some good stuff - some mediocre. Not as good as the live show at Stables, WavendonPublished 12 months ago by Mike Patenall
There is much to enjoy musically on this new offering from the Soft Machine Legacy but nonetheless I think this is not as good as either 'Live Adventures' or 'Steam'. Read morePublished on 15 May 2013 by Mr. D. J. Riezebos