Download links and information about Jet-Propelled Photographs by Soft Machine. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Rock, Psychedelic genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 30:28 minutes.
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|1.||That's How Much I Need You Now||2:27|
|3.||I Should've Known||7:29|
|4.||Jet-propelled Photograph (Shooting At The Moon)||2:32|
|5.||When I Don't Want You||2:47|
|7.||You Don't Remember||3:44|
|9.||I'd Rather Be With You||3:38|
The latest available CD version of a title which has been repackaged and retitled several times over the last 30 years. Recorded in London in April 1967 and produced by the legendary Giorgio Gomelsky, these nine demos feature the original Soft Machine lineup of Robert Wyatt, Kevin Ayers, Mike Ratledge, and Daevid Allen. Although not intended for release, these rough but accomplished performances show the band at their most pop- and song-oriented. Not far removed from Syd Barrett-era Pink Floyd, the jazzy chord changes, unpredictable bursts of scat singing, glib free-association lyrics, ominous buzzing organ, and Robert Wyatt's soulful rasp convey the freewheeling abandon and giddy high spirits that characterized the best early British psychedelia. For similar but more elaborately produced relics from the Daevid Allen lineup, check for the three tracks on the hard-to-find triple LP Triple Echo.