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The Wilde Flowers (Full Album) early Soft Machine and Caravan

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1994 release of unreleased recordings by The Wilde Flowers from 1965 - 1967. Members went off to form first Soft Machine, then Caravan, thus creating the Canterbury Scene. Pop Rock / Rhythm and Blues / Psychedelic Rock / Canterbury Scene Formed 1964, Canterbury, Kent, United Kingdom Members Robert Wyatt (drums, percussion, vocals, 1964-66), Richard Sinclair (guitar, vocals, 1964-65), Hugh Hopper (bass, alto saxophone, 1964-67), Brian Hopper (guitar, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, vocals, 1964-67), Kevin Ayers (vocals, 1964-65), Richard Coughlan (drums, 1964-67), Graham Flight (vocals, harmonica, 1965), Pye Hastings (guitar, vocals, 1966-67), Dave Sinclair (bass, keyboards, 1966-67), Dave Lawrence (bass, vocals, 1967) Related Artists: Caravan, Soft Machine, Zobe Also Known As: The Wild Flowers --- The Wilde Flowers - "The Wilde Flowers" (1994) 1 Impotence 2:09 2 Those Words They Say 2:39 3 Memories 1:35 4 Don't Try to Change Me 2:26 5 Parchman Farm 2:17 6 Almost Grown 2:49 7 She's Gone 2:13 8 Slow Walkin' Talk 2:26 9 He's Bad for You 2:48 10 It's What I Feel (A Certain Kind) 2:18 11 Memories (Instrumental) 2:08 12 Never Leave Me 2:35 13 Time After Time 2:44 14 Just Where I Want 2:09 15 No Game When You Lose 2:53 16 Impotence 1:16 17 Why Do You Care (Zobe) 3:13 18 The Pieman Cometh (Zobe) 3:15 19 Summer Spirit (Zobe) 3:27 20 She Loves to Hurt 3:12 21 The Big Show 4:11 22 Memories 3:03 Buy this album online at: http://www.amazon.com/Wilde-Flowers/dp/B00000AELL/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1397888452&sr=8-1&keywords=wilde+flowers ---------- Subscribe for many more full albums from around the world. ---------- All trademarks and copyrights remain the property of their owners. The contents of this entire website are presented here as a non-profit and intended for the non-commercial purposes of review, criticism, research, comment, education, and archiving use only. This is pursuant to U.S. Code Sec. 107, Fair Use provision of the Copyright Act.