Matching Mole were an English progressive rock band associated with the Canterbury scene. Robert Wyatt formed the band in October 1971 after he left Soft Machine and recorded his first solo album The End of an Ear (4 December 1970). He continued his role on vocals and drums and was joined by David Sinclair of Caravan on organ and piano, Dave MacRae on electric piano, Phil Miller of Delivery on guitar and Bill MacCormick of Quiet Sun, on bass.
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Smoke Signals is a music live recording by MATCHING MOLE (Canterbury Scene/Progressive Rock) released in 2001 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. In this album, same as in the studio, he could hit and blow audience by his strict drumming. But I feel March is stricter and clearer than Smoke Signals. Of course, both have good atmosphere and feeling and their quality are so high.
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Matching Mole: Smoke Signals by Glenn Astarita, published on June 1, 2001. Thus, the name Matching Mole was derived from the French translation of the great British band, Soft Machine (machine molle), although in 1971 drummer Robert Wyatt had left the group to record a solo album, which represents an event that ultimately spawned Matching Mole. With these newly unearthed recordings culled from a European tour, the musicians’ exhibit a willingness to take chances as they improvise atop pieces that emanated from their two studio-based LPs.
Matching Mole (1972) is the eponymous debut album from the English Canterbury scene progressive rock band Matching Mole. Additional musicians. Disc 1. "O Caroline" (Sinclair, Wyatt) – 5:05. Instant Pussy" (Wyatt) – 2:59. Signed Curtain" (Wyatt) – 3:06. Part of the Dance" (Miller) – 9:16. Instant Kitten" (Wyatt) – 4:58. Dedicated to Hugh, but You Weren't Listening" (Wyatt) – 4:39.
|2||March Ides I||4:22|
|4||Nan True's Hole||6:00|
|5||Brandy As In Benj||4:22|
|6||Electric Piano Solo||1:11|
|7||March Ides II||4:56|
|10||Lything & Gracing||11:48|
- Artwork [Sculptures (After Alan Cracknell's Illustration)], Art Direction, Design – Tom Recchion
- Bass – Bill MacCormick
- Coordinator [Release Coordination] – Steven Feigenbaum
- Design [Packaging Realized By] – The Doo-Dooettes*
- Drums, Vocals – Robert Wyatt
- Edited By [Digital Editing], Remastered By [Remastering] – Matt Murman, Steven Feigenbaum
- Electric Piano – Dave McRae*
- Guitar – Phil Miller
- Liner Notes – Aymeric Leroy
- Photography By [Photography Of Moles] – Fredrik Nilsen
- Product Manager [This CD Was Conceived By], Edited By – Michael King
- Technician [Final Digital Touch Up By] – Michael Hearst
- Written-By – McRae* (tracks: 2, 3, 5 to 7, 9), Miller* (tracks: 4, 10), Wyatt* (tracks: 8)
NotesRecorded in Europe during 1972.
© 2001 Matching Mole
℗ 2001 Cuneiform Records
All compositions MCPS/PRS
Made in USA.
Cat.# is RUNE 150 on spines; Rune 150 on disc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: SCR16902 F47
- Other (Text on mould): CD-R 74 MIN PRPS2160 / 09904 B 1 167417 160702 1344 74/650
|RUNE 150, Rune 150||Matching Mole||Smoke Signals (CD, Album)||Cuneiform Records, Cuneiform Records||RUNE 150, Rune 150||US||2001|
|none||Matching Mole||Smoke Signals (CDr, Album, Unofficial)||G. & P. Essential Music||none||Russia||2001|
|RUNE 150||Matching Mole||Smoke Signals (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Cuneiform Records||RUNE 150||Russia||2001|