Soft Machine Legacy

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Soft Machine Legacy was launched in October 2004 after changing their name from Soft Works by John Etheridge (replacing Allan Holdsworth), Elton Dean, Hugh Hopper, and John Marshall. A coalition of long-time members from different eras of the legendary Soft Machine, coming together for the first time as a unit.
In 2006 came the sad death of Elton Dean, whose place was taken by Theo Travis and when Hugh Hopper sadly passed away after a long illness in 2009, a decision was made to continue with Roy Babbington. The "Legacy" suffix was dropped in 2015 and the group continued as Soft Machine.
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Albums

FGBG 4617.AR Soft Machine Legacy - Live In Zaandam album art Soft Machine Legacy Live In Zaandam (Album) Musea FGBG 4617.AR France 2005 Sell This Version
SDCP-1001 Soft Machine Legacy - The Soft Machine Legacy album art The Soft Machine Legacy* The Soft Machine Legacy (Album) Strange Days Records, Moonjune Records SDCP-1001 Japan 2006 Sell This Version
MJR016 Soft Machine Legacy - Steam album art Soft Machine Legacy Steam (Album) Moonjune Records MJR016 US 2007 Sell This Version
MAR-101756 Soft Machine Legacy - Live Adventures album art Soft Machine Legacy Live Adventures (Album) Moonjune Records MAR-101756 Japan 2010 Sell This Version
EANTCD 1015 Soft Machine Legacy - Burden Of Proof album art Soft Machine Legacy Burden Of Proof (Album) Moonjune Records EANTCD 1015 UK 2013 Sell This Version

Videos

INAK 9076 2CD Soft Machine Legacy - New Morning - The Paris Concert album art Soft Machine Legacy New Morning - The Paris Concert (Album) in-akustik INAK 9076 2CD Germany 2006 Sell This Version