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Tracklist

1Slightly All The Time
Written-By – M. Ratledge
2Out-Bloody-Rageous
Written-By – M. Ratledge
3Facelift
Written-By – H. Hopper
4Moon In June
Written-By – R. Wyatt
5Noisette
Written-By – H. Hopper

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone, SaxelloElton Dean
  • BassHugh Hopper
  • Design [Sleeve]John Hays
  • Drums, VocalsRobert Wyatt
  • EngineerAndy Knight (tracks: B to D)
  • Engineer [Concert Recordings]Bob Woolford (tracks: A)
  • Flute, Bass ClarinetJimmy Hastings
  • Flute, Soprano SaxophoneLyn Dobson
  • Organ, PianoMike Ratledge
  • Photography By [Inside Cover Photo]Jurgen D. Ensthaler
  • ProducerSoft Machine
  • TromboneNick Evans
  • ViolinRab Spall

Notes

The tracklisting for track B is only mentioned inside the gatefold, not on the tracklisting on the back cover, nor on the label.
No durations given on release, exept for B.b, which is 0:40.

Original issues included a promotional CBS insert with a review of the band's work by Melody Maker's Richard Williams.

"Facelift" was recorded live at Fairfield Hall Croydon January 4th 1970 and at Mothers Club, Birmingham January 11th 1970.

Barcodes

  • Other (Cat.# disc 1): S 64079
  • Other (Cat.# disc 2): S 64080
  • Matrix / Runout (stamped in runout): Side 1: S-66246-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (stamped in runout): Side 2: S-66246-B1
  • Matrix / Runout (stamped in runout): Side 3: S-66246-C1
  • Matrix / Runout (stamped in runout): Side 4: S-66246-D1

Companies

  • Engineered At – I.B.C. Studios
  • Recorded At – Fairfield Hall
  • Recorded At – Mothers Club, Birmingham

Album

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Soft Machine - Third FLAC
Performer:
Soft Machine
Title:
Third
Genre:
FLAC size:
2255 mb
MP3 size:
2487 mb
WMA size:
1067 mb
Country:
UK
Released:
1970
Label:
CBS
Style:
Prog Rock, Avantgarde, Art Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Ambient, Jazz-Rock, Experimental
Rating:
4.5
Catalog №:
S 64080
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