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Soft Machine's third album from 1970 was a double LP, with each vinyl side featuring a lengthy single composition.
Immediately considered the band's most accomplished achievement, Third explored aspects of the emerging Miles Davis/Bitches Brew influenced Jazz Fusion sound, and marked the most major of Soft Machine's stylistic shifts, completing the band's transition from Psychedelic gurus to giants of Jazz.
A significant milestone of the Canterbury scene, the album contains Robert Wyatt's celebrated long-form song, Moon In June.
* 180g audiophile vinyl
* Gatefold Sleeve
A1 Facelift (Live) (18:45)
B1 Slightly All The Time (18:11)
C1 Moon In June (19:09)
D1 Out-Bloody-Rageous (19:13)
Catalogue # MOVLP183
- Robert Wyatt / drums, vocals (track 3), piano (track 3), organ (track 3), bass guitar (track 3)
- Hugh Hopper / bass guitar
- Mike Ratledge / organ, piano (except track 3), electric piano (except track 3)
- Elton Dean / alto sax (except track 3), saxello (except track 3)
- Lyn Dobson / flute, soprano sax (track 1)
- Nick Evans / trombone (track 2)
- Jimmy Hastings / flute, bass clarinet (track 2)
- Rab Spall / electric violin (track 3)