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January 28, 1945 - Robert Wyatt, English musician & co-founder of Soft Machine and then, Matching Mole is 74. Happy Birthday Sir

January 28, 1945 – Robert Wyatt, English musician & co-founder of Soft Machine and then, Matching Mole is 74. Happy Birthday Sir

SELECTED ALBUMS

Released in December 1968, “The Soft Machine” also titled “Volume One”, is the debut album by Soft Machine. >>

Released on December 4, 1970, “The End of an Ear” is the debut solo album by Soft Machine’s Robert Wyatt. >>

Recorded in February 1991, “Dondestan” is the sixth studio album by Robert Wyatt. >>

‘Third” by Soft Machine is a double album (each side of the vinyl consisting of a single composition) released on June 6, 1970. >>

Released on February 28, 1971, “Fourth” is a studio (and first all-instrumental ) album by Soft Machine. >>

MORE VIDEOS

[1972] if in France, you do not want to miss Matching Mole – that is Robert Wyatt (d, voc), Phil Miller (g), Bill MacCormick (b) & Dave MacRae (kb) – at “Rockenstock” on national television >> 13 MINUTES on RVM >>

[2005] David Gilmour has invited David Bowie, David Crosby, Graham Nash & Robert Wyatt plus Richard Wright (kb), Phil Manzanera (g), Jon Carin (kb, stl g), Guy Pratt (b), Steve DiStanislao (d) and Dick Parry (s, kb)for his big concert at Royal Albert Hall in London >> 136 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1968] the British prog rockers of Soft Machine are at “Bilzen Jazz Festival” in Bilzen, Belgium >> 15 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1967] if in France, do not miss progressive British band Soft Machine at “Ce Soir On Danse” on national television >> 25 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1972] you do not miss the English band Soft Machine live from Hamburg on German NDR television. >> 5 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1973] if in England, you do not want to miss Robert Wyatt with Nick Mason of Pink Floyd fame covering “I’m a Believer” at “Top Of The Pops” on BBC >> 3 MINUTES on RVM >>

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