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NDR Jazz Workshop – Germany, May 17, 1973 (CD & DVD)

CD (Item 550933) Cuneiform, 1973 — Condition: Used
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Soft Machine's appearance on the NDR Jazz Workshop program from German television in 1973 – released here for the first time ever – on CD and DVD! It's a quartet line up of Soft Machine, featuring Roy Babbington on bass, Karl Jenkins on oboe, sax and electric piano, John Marshall on drums and Mike Ratledge on keys – definitely in the jazzier realm of their pioneering jazz rock kingdom – and it's exciting stuff! It's cool enough just to listen to, but it's also great to see the group in action. Includes a CD and DVD with tracks divided into Parts 1 & 2. Titles include "All White", "37 1/2", "Stumble", "One Across", "Riff 1", "Riff II", "Stanley Stamp's Gibbon Album" and much more. 16 titles on both the CD & DVD, but the DVD also includes a couple of long audio bonus tracks. The 15+ minute "1983" and the nearly 11 minute "Stumble (Reprise)".  © 1996-2020, Dusty Groove, Inc.
(DVD is NTSC, all region.)

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