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Artist:The Soft Machine
Label:  Polydor
Country:UK
Catalogue:56151
Date:Feb 1967
Format:7"
Collection:  I Own It     I Want It 
Community:13 Own, 3 Want
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TrackArtistTitleComposerProducerRating
AThe Soft MachineLove Makes Sweet MusicAyersB. Chandler9.0  Rate
BThe Soft MachineFeelin´ Reelin´ Squeelin´EllidgeKim Fowley10.0  Rate


Notes

Record Mirror review Mar 11, 1967.


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Comments
 
Oakley Boys
8th Nov 2011
 Don't panic Wilthomer! I have FOUND your long lost compilation. it's 'Rare Tracks' . Apart from these tracks, Stu Brown and Jack Bruce are:-
Cream, Kevin Godley,Jethro Toe, Fairport Convention, Linda Lewis, Nicky Hopkins and the Whistling Piano, the High Numbers, Johns Children Sly and the Family Stone, Jimi Hendrix and Alex Harvey and his Soul Band.
 

 
wilthomer
8th Nov 2011
 Hawkmarty, it wouldn't be the first time one of my 45 scans turned up in a YouTube video. I've seen a few with my ratty picture sleeves showing up complete with their Radio Free Europe stickers on the sleeves. I used to be offended but now I don't mind, at least people are getting the opportunity to hear these tracks because if I'm not incorrect this tune has never been reissued properly on CD. I had it on a long lost 70's Polydor compilation LP along with other killer tracks by Jack Bruce, Stu Brown & Bluesology etc before I plonked down $150 for the original 45.
 

 
Dr Doom
18th Feb 2011
 It probably is! We'll be addressing this problem once we get the International thing finished. We've had several messages from members annoyed that their scans have been lifted from 45cat and used without credit on various blogs, websites and even Ebay auctions!
 

 
Hawkmarty
18th Feb 2011
 The image on the video looks like wilthomer's A side on this site.
 

 
Mogorva
18th Feb 2011
 Well, two nice psychedelic songs.I have been fascinated by the Love Makes Sweet Music, but it completely passed out from the Feelin´ Reelin´ Squeelin´, and I can still hear it almost every day of the insane LSD-soaked miracle. Which there is no word, but rather to listen:

 

 
big swifty
17th Oct 2010
 Is the acetate illustrated here from the Troster auction?
 


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