Editors’ Notes Moving from whimsical psychedelic pop into complex jazz fusion over the course of just three years, Soft Machine were one of the most adventurous bands of their era. Even more experimental than contemporaries like King Crimson or Pink Floyd, the group often abandoned pop forms entirely for extended instrumental and vocal improvisations.

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ALBUM
Virtually, Pt. 2
7:06
 
Down the Road
5:44
 
Hope for Happiness
4:21
 
Bundles
3:14
 
Nettle Bed
4:48
 
The Man Who Waved At Trains
1:50
 
Out of Season
5:31
 
Carol Ann
3:45
 
Six
7:55
 
Pigling Bland
4:21
 
She's Gone
2:10
 
Why Are We Sleeping?
5:31
 
3:37
 
Second Bundle
2:35
 

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