Matching Mole (1972) is the eponymous debut album from the English Canterbury scene progressive rock band Matching Mole. Disc 1. "O Caroline" (Sinclair, Wyatt) – 5:05. Instant Pussy" (Wyatt) – 2:59. Signed Curtain" (Wyatt) – 3:06. Part of the Dance" (Miller) – 9:16. Instant Kitten" (Wyatt) – 4:58. Dedicated to Hugh, but You Weren't Listening" (Wyatt) – 4:39. Beer as in Braindeer" (Wyatt) – 4:02. Immediate Curtain" (Wyatt) – 5:57.
By: Matching Mole (2006, Jazz). More albums from Matching Mole: March by Matching Mole. Matching Mole’s Little Red Record by Matching Mole. Matching Mole by Matching Mole. View all albums . On The Radio. By: Matching Mole (2006, Jazz). 2. Part Of The Dance. 4. Lithing And Gracing.
Photography By – Redferns. Producer – Jeff Griffin (tracks: 6 to 10). Recorded By – David Davies (tracks: 4, 5). Notes. Track 1: John Peel Session recorded 1. 1972 Tracks 2, 5: John Peel Session recorded 1. 1. 1972 Tracks 3, 4: John Peel Session recorded 0. 3. 1972 Tracks 6 to 10: BBC Radio 1 Live in Concert 2. 7. 1972 previously issued in 1994 as BBC Radio 1 Live In Concert.
Band Name Matching Mole. Album Name On the Radio. Data de lançamento 2007. Estilo de MúsicaProgressive Rock. Membros têm este álbum0.
Matching Mole was an English progressive rock band associated with the Canterbury scene. Robert Wyatt formed the band in October 1971 after he left Soft Machine and recorded his first solo album The End of an Ear. He continued his role on vocals and drums and was joined by David Sinclair, of Caravan, on organ and piano, Phil Miller on guitar, and Bill MacCormick, formerly of Quiet Sun, on bass.
MATCHING MOLE is a Canterbury Scene, Progressive Rock artist from United Kingdom. Upon leaving SOFT MACHINE in 1971 after their "Fourth" album, Robert WYATT decided to form a new band which he named MATCHING MOLE (from the French translation of SOFT MACHINE). He recruited Dave Sinclair of CARAVAN to play keybaords along with guitarist Phil Miller (ex-DELIVERY) and QUIET SUN bassist Bill MacCormick.
This is nearly 78 minutes of live material drawn from various John Peel sessions and a live set from BBC Radio 1. The sound quality is uniformly undistinguished, but the music and the playing are very distinguished indeed. Some of it pre-dating Little Red Record, given the line-up here of pre- and post-Caravan, Hatfield, Soft Machine, Quiet Sun, Random Hold types, MM comprises nothing short of a Canterbury Super Group, and lasted about as long as any other super group.
Matching Mole were an English progressive rock band associated with the Canterbury scene. Robert Wyatt formed the band in October 1971 after he left Soft Machine and recorded his first solo album The End of an Ear (4 December 1970). He continued his role on vocals and drums and was joined by David Sinclair of Caravan on organ and piano, Dave MacRae on electric piano, Phil Miller of Delivery on guitar and Bill MacCormick of Quiet Sun, on bass.