ALIVE IN PARIS captures Soft Machine in their progressive rock prime, playing influential songs such as "Eamonn Andrews" and "Facelife" at the Theatre de la Musique. The rare concert footage, largely unseen since 1970, presents an incarnation of the shape-shifting group that included founding members Robert Wyatt and Mike Ratledge as well as Lyn Dobson, Elton Dean, and Hugh Hopper.
Description by Koch Entertainment Distribution:
This DVD captures The Canterbury Sound legends, Soft Machine, live in France filmed in 1970 at the Theatre de la Musique. The line up of the band at the time included, Mike Ratledge, Robert Wyatt, Hugh Hopper, Elton Dean and Lyn Dobson. This rare footage has only recently been rediscovered and as such is a rare insight into one of the classic British genre defining bands of the sixties and seventies. Tracks include "Out-Bloody-Rageous," "Eamonn Andrews," "Facelift" and "Esther's Nose Job."
Live Concerts |
Live Performances |
Music (General) |
Paris, France |
Pop / Rock |