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Thats How Much I Need You Now - Soft Machine - Soft Machine (CD)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of At The Beginning on Discogs/5(28).
  2. added to clinch the sound that Soft Machine would carry throughout the '70s. This is the last truly great Soft Machine album. The first three albums are completely different from one another and therefore, the band was full of surprises. It is like comparing Rubber Soul, Revolver and Sgt. Pepper. However, after/5().
  3. Soft Machine ‎– Soft Machine Label: Metronome ‎– , Metronome ‎– , BYG Records ‎–
  4. I feed you more than leaves are brown Where the sun shines on my feet That's where my love died That's where you can hide That's now much I need you now I need you more than ever now Where the trees grow, tree That's where my love died That's where you can hide, yeah That's now much I need you now That's now much I need you now.
  5. The lyrics borrow from Soft Machine's earlier "That's How Much I Need You Now" and "You Don't Remember", but largely from new vignettes recorded in a demo by Wyatt in October while on holiday in New York state.
  6. On Softs more than ever before, Soft Machine was Jenkins' band; he composed fully seven of the LP's 11 tracks, making the album a vehicle for his own artistic conception. And yet, as Soft Machine albums go, this one is just fine, thank you.
  7. Lyrics to "That's How Much I Need You Now" by SOFT MACHINE: I need you more than ever now / Where the trees grow / That's where my love died / That's where you can hide / That's now much I need you now / I feed you more than leaves are brown / Where the sun shines on my feet / That's where my love died / That's wher.
  8. Nov 11,  · The Soft Machine is their first album and I just got it after being hooked on them when I got Third over forty years ago. I’ve never heard any of their other stuff until now and after playing this CD over and over again, I find it just as quirky, though more vocal heavy than their most popular album/5(18).

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