Carol Ann - Soft Machine - Seven (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Carol Ann - Soft Machine - Seven (CD, Album)

  1. Vozragore Reply
    Jun 22,  · Ambient sounds from Soft Machine's album Seven (). The band was part of the legendary Canterbury school of British progressive-rock ft Roy Babbington (ba.
  2. Maugar Reply
    This 2 CD set packages Six () and Seven () together and should be of interest to those folks on a tight budget. The two albums are both fine examples of the particular style of jazz rock practiced by Soft Machine, which blends aspects of American minimalism, jazz rock, and Canterbury rock together. I enjoyed both albums a great deal/5(5).
  3. Fegore Reply
    Sep 11,  · Hypnotic and tuned in to a deeper groove, for those of us embarking on what would turn out to be the greatest trip ever, Soft Machine allowed us to imagine multiple layers of timing, instrumentation and transcendence that payed back well in later lives. I always thought Seven, especially Carol Ann, was a high point/5().
  4. Brakinos Reply
    Dec 28,  · From the album Seven () Prince, Tom Petty, Steve Winwood, Jeff Lynne and others -- "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" - Duration: Rock & .
  5. Mishicage Reply
    Carol Ann is a smooth delicate song with a heavy bass and fragile percussion piano and syth derteforcioucarbuetalejefanmope.coinfo's Eye is Ajiens Bag or what ever from John Mclaughlins Explorations,with Bone Fire being the derteforcioucarbuetalejefanmope.coinfo also start to hear more Rateledge soloing through this album to.
  6. Daishura Reply
    Seven is the last numbered Soft Machine album, the first with 'new' bass player - Roy Babbington - and also the last 'classical' sounding album. In a certain way it is a transitional album. After Six, bass player Hugh Hopper left to search (and find) other challenges.
  7. Tygor Reply
    The album begins with two Karl Jenkins pieces. First, Nettle Bed, is a jazzy and swinging track dominated by the keys. Then, Carol Ann is an aerial and superbly smooth tune, very much in phase with what Weather Report was doing at that time. The suite of Mike Ratledge which begins with Days Eyes still gives me goose bumps. Wow!
  8. Mikaramar Reply
    The first album was from a live performance that, were it not for the need to flip the album over, would have been a continuous set—a characteristic of Soft Machine from its earliest days. The second disc was a studio album consisting of two tunes by Ratledge, one by Jenkins, and a swan song for Hopper that was a preview of what to expect on.
  9. Meztishura Reply
    Mar 23,  · My performace of Carol Ann, from Soft Machine's album Soft Machine Seven. Composed by Karl Jenkins. Instruments used: Alesis QS (Fender Rhodes piano), Alesis ION (Moog sound).

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