AOTY 2019
Soft Machine - Third
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1970 Ratings: #24
June 6, 1970 / Release Date
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EMR
94
Soft Machine's Third is completely worth the cult status it receives up until this very day. It is a mammoth of an album consisting of four lenghty tracks that show the legendary band in its hayday - Robert Wyatt as the main composer (and vocalist on the more stripped down "Moon in June"), playing everything from drums to piano, organ and bass on a few tracks), Hugh Hopper with his fantastic, breathing basslines on the more jazz/rock-oriented cuts ("Slightly all the Time") ... read more
daFigz
98
For those unfamiliar with the British Progressive Rock movement during the early '70s, the music generated by bands such as Genesis, Gentle Giant, PFM, Van der Graaf Generator and Soft Machine was generally dismissed by critics and loved by a small, loyal fan base comprised of music nerds and [hip] stoners. The music is legendary in that even today so much of it has weathered well and sounds as exciting now as it did 40 years ago. This Soft Machine release, "Third" is one hell of an ... read more
Benny
88
#48 Of Jamal's Top 100 Favorite Albums

We live in a society where Acacia Wood Fences give Beacon blocks and Jazz rocks
amygoodall
75
good
CheapandLethal
95
Exceptional
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