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  1. Apr 11,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Fifth on Discogs/5(72).
  2. Drummer John Marshall, who joined Soft Machine beginning with Fifth (Columbia, ), and guitarist John Etheridge, who replaced Allan Holdsworth for Softs and 's Alive & Well: Recorded in Paris (Harvest), were charter members of Soft Machine Legacy alongside bassist Hugh Hopper and saxophonist/pianist Elton Dean, two Soft Machine members who went even further back with the group.
  3. Rocket blasting through the stratosphere or train wreck back down on earth? Truth be told, Drop is probably somewhere in the middle; no reasonably well-recorded live Soft Machine CD featuring Mike Ratledge, Hugh Hopper, and Elton Dean-- and that's what Drop is -- will be an unmitigated disaster. But as might be expected, Steve Lake's liner notes for this set, recorded on a German tour in fall 5/
  4. The fifth work of SOFT MACHINE announced in June, "5(Fifth)". Work of which Robert Wyatt finally seceded. The wind instrument became only the saxophone of Elton Dean/5.
  5. As the Soft Machine moved further away from rock on Third and Fourth, drummer/vocalist Robert Wyatt 's dissatisfaction with the band's direction grew and, by the time sessions started for Fifth in late , he had left permanently to form Matching Mole.6/
  6. Jun 15,  · He recorded just one side of an LP with the group (the first side of "Fifth") and played quite a few gigs in UK and Europe with the band, which included also saxophonist Elton Dean (who brought Howard into Soft Machine as a replacement for the departing Robert Wyatt), keyboardist Mike Ratledge and bassist Hugh Hopper/5(5).
  7. Aug 31,  · Fifth, an Album by Soft Machine. Released in June on CBS (catalog no. S ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz-Rock, Jazz Fusion, Canterbury Scene/5(17).
  8. Fifth was the first Soft Machine album recorded after the departure of founding member Robert Wyatt and continued the band's progression away from their original blend of psychedelic and progressive rock towards jazz alsarilsaithforius.infoinfo: Jazz, free jazz.

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