Release Date: 1973

Track Listing
Live Album:
1)  Fanfare (Jenkins) - :42
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2)  All White (Ratledge) - 4:46
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3)  Between(Jenkins/Ratledge) - 2:24
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4)  Riff (Jenkins) - 4:36
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5)  37 1/2(Ratledge) - 6:51
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6)  Gesolreut(Ratledge) -6:17
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7)  E.P.V.(Jenkins) - 2:47
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8)  Left (Hopper/Jenkins/Marshall/Ratledge) - 4:56
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9)  Stumble (Jenkins) - 1:42
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10)  5 from 13 (For Phil Seamen With Love &...(Marshall) - 5:15
11)  Riff II (Jenkins) - 1:20
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Studio Album:
1)  The Soft Weed Factor(Jenkins) - 11:13
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2)  Stanley Stamps Gibbon Album (Marshall) - 5:50
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3)  Chloe and the Pirates (Ratledge) - 9:28
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4)  1983 (Hopper) - 7:11
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Member: 21stCenturyFloydMan
Date: 1/8/2004


A very enjoyable album. Karl Jenkins enters & replaces Elton Dean on the Reeds section. This album is divided into a live album & a studio album. The live album represents their tour in Europe in 1972, which is very enjoyable, & the sound quality is terrific. Great Jazz-Rock jams. This album is the genesis of the Fusion sound that will be featured on the later releases. The studio album is short but well done. I recommended this album to the fans of the fusion genre but not to a fan of the Wyatt era. (Unless you are a die-hard Softs fan then it does not matter)


P.S:This is my first review here!
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