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Performer: Soft Machine
Title: Third
Style: Canterbury Scene,Jazz-Rock,Experimental,Prog-Rock,Art Rock,British Psychedelia,Avant-Prog
Duration: 01:15:43
Location: Concert Recordings
Relesed: June, 1970
Recording date: January 4, 1970 - January 11, 1970
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 178
Other formats: MP1 AAC MMF TTA VOC AA

Third is the third studio album by the rock band Soft Machine, originally released in 1970 as a double LP, with each side of the original vinyl consisting of a single, long composition.

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Band Name Soft Machine. Released date 06 June 1970. Labels Columbia Records CBS Records. Music StylePsychedelic Rock. Members owning this album19. Re-Issued in 2007 by Sony BMG with a bonus disc.

Soft Machine was founded by college dropouts Robert Wyatt and Kevin Ayers and a constantly changing lineup in 1966 as a jazz/psychedelic project. They can be sourced as one of the leading bands in the British progressive rock scene including bands like Caravan, Gong and Matching Mole. The first album they released was in 1968 entitled Volume ONE and following in 1969 with Volume TWO this continued until of course there was THIRD in 1970.

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Third is the third studio album by the rock band Soft Machine, originally released in 1970 as a double LP, with each side of the original vinyl consisting of a single, long composition.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Facelift Hugh Hopper Soft Machine 18:45
2 Slightly All the Time Mike Ratledge Soft Machine 18:12
3 Moon in June Robert Wyatt Soft Machine 19:08
4 Out-Bloody-Rageous Mike Ratledge Soft Machine 19:13


Elton Dean - Sax (Alto), Saxello, Saxophone
Lyn Dobson - Flute, Horn, Sax (Soprano)
Jurgen D. Ensthaler - Photography
Nick Evans - Trombone
Jimmy Hastings - Clarinet (Bass), Flute, Wind
John Hays - Cover Design
Hugh Hopper - Bass, Composer, Guitar (Bass)
Andy Knight - Engineer
Mike Ratledge - Composer, Keyboards, Organ, Piano
Soft Machine - Primary Artist, Producer
Rab Spall - Violin
Bob Woolford - Engineer
Robert Wyatt - Composer, Drums, Vocals
Reviews (7)
Great album to play while you relax, sleep, play a relaxing video game, eat and drink! I had no idea why people don't get this album's music! It's pure jazz!!

For those unfamiliar with the British Progressive Rock movement during the early '70s, the music generated by bands such as Genesis, Gentle Giant, PFM, Van der Graaf Generator and Soft Machine was generally dismissed by critics and loved by a small, loyal fan base comprised of music nerds and [hip] stoners. The music is legendary in that even today so much of it has weathered well and sounds as exciting now as it did 40 years ago. This Soft Machine release, "Third" is one hell of an exhilarating musical high. Treading into the modal and fusion jazz leanings of Miles Davis, eschewing the jammy crap that permeated the era, what "Third" expresses is artistic boldness like no other band of the time. It's full of smart electronics, blowies [reeds, flutes, etc.], sophisticated time signatures and a groove associated with other styles of music long before it became a mainstay in modern music. The '07 remastered edition is worth seeking out. The production of the remaster is greatly improved making for a much better listen from start to finish. Sample the 4th track... "Out-Bloody-Rageous" and you'll hear a 19+ minutes of a powerful assembly of great British rock talent coming together to profoundly alter the complexion of the rock music bombast of the time. Yeah, the cool kids got it. The wanna-be's just posed and posed and stayed stuck to their moronic guitar solo nonsense pretending to be music. This is the stuff of "Think outside the box" before anyone thought to coin and turn the phrase into the tired cliche it has become.

An amazing jazz masterpiece. Good as Frank Zappa or Miles Davis.

This is another of the 10 records I would bring on a desert island. It is an absolute masterpiece.

Soft Machine's THIRD album is not an easy album to listen to. Imagine how difficult it would be to take in all 4 sides of the Yes album TALES FROM TOPOGRAPHIC OCEANS in a sitting? This is even more daunting than that! This is highly experimental progressive rock that continually goes in and out of stylistic changes (electronic to jazz-rock) and atonality to short meadows of accessible melody. I can appreciate the level of musicianship required to even compose songs like these. Problem is, this matters little if the end result is to irritate the hell of the listener! Braver souls may want to try and navigate these stormy waters, right after putting TROUT MASK REPLICA away. It almost reminds me of an imaginary jam session between Frank Zappa & King Crimson. Not really my cup of tea though.

I call the first three Soft Machine albums essential to any prog lover's collection. My favs on here are Out Bloody Rageous, and the last jazzy pop psych track Moon In June. Sure they went full Jazz later, and this was the start of that, but they hadn't abandoned their psychedelic touches. I'm pointing to Out Bloody Rageous, and Facelift as well as Moon In June, where are cool backwards tape loops and crazy edits throughout their tracks. The production sound always had a dullness to it, but it works enough to make one want to crank up the sound, and hear the subtle sounds which are a constant trip. I love this album!

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If they had substituted the Virtually suite from Fourth for Moon In June, Third would have been a perfect album. Robert Wyatt is a very good drummer and songwriter, but Moon In June just seemed frivolous to me.

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