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An inessential but accomplished collaboration that slightly updates the Robert Wyatt/Hugh Hopper-era Soft Machine sound with some '90s New York downtown influences. Intelligent progressive rock doesn't have much of an audience these days, so the record, though thoughtfully executed, is probably doomed to obscurity even by Kramer's standards. Robert Wyatt fans will be interested to note his presence on "Free Will & Testament," for which he sings and writes the lyrics.


Born: 29 April 1945 in Canterbury, Kent, England

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Hugh Hopper was best known as the electric bassist for Soft Machine during the band's most creative and critically acclaimed period, but his musical career extended far beyond his time spent with that particular group. He arguably manifested the Canterbury scene's progressive spirit -- at least on the instrumental side of the equation -- longer than any other musician, from the late '60s through to nearly the end of the new millennium's first decade, a period spanning over 40 years, although he took...
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