Freitag, 28. April 2017

Matching Mole - March (Live, 1972)

Matching Mole was the band that drummer/vocalist Robert Wyatt formed after he left the pioneering UK outfit Soft Machine in July, 1971. Over the course of its brief, one-year existence, Matching Mole would develop a characteristic sound, a unique take on fusion, with interesting structures that encouraged individualistic expression through solos. When one of the members came across a forgotten live show on tape - identified simply as 'March, 1972' - , it was released it on the same titeld album.

Recorded live in Europe 3/72, shortly after Dave MacRae became the keyboardist, this includes the basic repertoire that the band would perform during their lifetime, with a few surprises thrown in. The sound is surprisingly superb for a live show of this vintage, and once again Tom Recchion has come up with a charming cover.

Tracklist:

1March4:49
2Instant Pussy4:53
3Smoke Signals6:24
4Part Of The Dance9:50
5No 'Alf Measures5:40
6Lything And Gracing11:39
7Waterloo Lily4:20

Matching Mole - March (Live, 1972)
(256 kbps, cover art included)

2 Kommentare:

Leo Rattans hat gesagt…

The Robert Wyatt quote in the booklet warms my heart (and sheds light on the nature of this band).
Thank you for posting.

zero hat gesagt…

You are welcome! Best wishes!

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