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After leaving Soft Machine, Robert Wyatt formed a new progressive rock band in 1971. He playfully named it Matching Mole (Machine Mulle is French for Soft Machine). With the help of Caravan's David Sinclair, Phil Miller (Hatfield and the North, National Health) and Bill MacCormick (Quiet Sun), the band got it's first line-up and created one of the most important formations of the flourishing Canterbury scene. The band put out two studio albums in total, both in 1972. The first being the self-titled Matching Mole. In 2012, an expanded edition was released on CD, but never appeared on vinyl. Now, exclusively for Record Store Day 2024, the expanded edition of Matching Mole is available on vinyl for the very first time as a limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies yellow & orange marbled vinyl. Matching Mole (Expanded Edition) includes an additional bonus LP 2, which contains 7 outtakes and alternate takes.
After leaving Soft Machine, Robert Wyatt formed a new progressive rock band in 1971. He playfully named it Matching Mole (Machine Mulle is French for Soft Machine). With the help of Caravan's David Sinclair, Phil Miller (Hatfield and the North, National Health) and Bill MacCormick (Quiet Sun), the band got it's first line-up and created one of the most important formations of the flourishing Canterbury scene. The band put out two studio albums in total, both in 1972. The first being the self-titled Matching Mole. In 2012, an expanded edition was released on CD, but never appeared on vinyl. Now, exclusively for Record Store Day 2024, the expanded edition of Matching Mole is available on vinyl for the very first time as a limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies yellow & orange marbled vinyl. Matching Mole (Expanded Edition) includes an additional bonus LP 2, which contains 7 outtakes and alternate takes.
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Matching Mole [Colored Vinyl] [Limited Edition] [180 Gram] (Org) (Ylw) (Hol)
Artist: Matching Mole
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. O Caroline
2. Instant Pussy
3. Signed Curtain
4. Part of the Dance
5. Instant Kitten
6. Dedicated to Hugh, But You Weren't Listening
7. Beer As in Braindeer
8. Immediate Curtain
9. O Caroline (Single Version)
10. Signed Curtain (Single Edit)
11. Part of the Dance Jam (Previously Unreleased)
12. Signed Curtain - Take 2 (Previously Unreleased)
13. Memories Membrane (Previously Unreleased)
14. Part of the Dance (Take One) (Previously Unreleased)
15. Horse (Previously Unreleased)
16. Immediate Kitten (BBC Radio 1 John Peel Show Session 1972)
17. Marchides / Instant Pussy / Smoke Signal (BBC Radio 1 Peel S 1972

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After leaving Soft Machine, Robert Wyatt formed a new progressive rock band in 1971. He playfully named it Matching Mole (Machine Mulle is French for Soft Machine). With the help of Caravan's David Sinclair, Phil Miller (Hatfield and the North, National Health) and Bill MacCormick (Quiet Sun), the band got it's first line-up and created one of the most important formations of the flourishing Canterbury scene. The band put out two studio albums in total, both in 1972. The first being the self-titled Matching Mole. In 2012, an expanded edition was released on CD, but never appeared on vinyl. Now, exclusively for Record Store Day 2024, the expanded edition of Matching Mole is available on vinyl for the very first time as a limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies yellow & orange marbled vinyl. Matching Mole (Expanded Edition) includes an additional bonus LP 2, which contains 7 outtakes and alternate takes.
        
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