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Bundles marks a significant change in the Soft Machines sound.
I just ordered it and listened to it for the first time in about 20 years, with the clarity a CD affords, and I can see it's going to screw me up again!
Although he's a fine organist, his 'sound' was getting a little overused by the group after awhile.
Review based on standard LP of 1975
I see that this LP has been reissued. I have the original 1975 EMI Import LP from England when it first came out. Read more
I recently got interested in hearing this 1974 studio recording after seeing a youtube clip of them performing much of this material live at Montreux in July '74. Read morePublished 18 months ago by applewood
Bringing in the Yorkshire Terror proves to be the boost the Soft Machine needed at this stage of their careers. Read morePublished on September 21, 2012 by Christopher A. Morgan
All bands have to change eventually, and the Canterbury progressive rock movement is no exception. Bundles marks a significant change in the Soft Machines sound. Read morePublished on June 11, 2010 by B. E Jackson
A few tracks are in league with Soft Machines better work (try not to be wowed by the dazzling opener) but some of the disc in comparison feels like relative... Read more