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Hugh Hopper
www.hugh-hopper.com
CD Reviews
Volume 1: Memories
Review by Gary Hill
Best known for his work as the bassist in Soft Machine, this is the first disc of a ten disc set of archival releases from Hopper.

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Volume 2: Franglo Band
Review by Gary Hill
Hugh Hopper is probably best known as one of the founding members of Soft Machine.

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Low key and rather jazzy; this is an intriguing prog album. Really a nice change of pace, and interesting direction for the genre to go in. In the tradition of the great prog experimentation of the '70's, this is a new and very original sound.
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Soft Machine - Drop
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I struggled with this review. It’s not that I don’t respect the musicianship. Clearly I do.


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Soft Machine - Drop (colored vinyl edition)
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This new vinyl edition is classy. The vinyl is red and very high quality.


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Soft Machine - Floating World Live
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So you say you like fusion?


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Soft Machine - NDR Jazz Workshop, Germany, May 17, 1973
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This awesome set is composed of a CD and DVD. They feature much of the same material.


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Soft Machine - Spaced
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The music on this CD is incredibly hard to describe or categorize. Certainly ambient space music would be applicable to some of this. 


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Gary Windo - Steam Radio Tapes
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This new release features a lot of old recordings that had been lost over the years.


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This album features a live recording from 1971.


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