Matching Mole

Members of Matching Mole: Bill MacCormick, Dave MacRae, David Sinclair, Phil Miller, Robert Wyatt
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.strongcomet.com/wyatt/mole/

Discography of Matching Mole:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Matching Mole 8 Audio CBS
2 Matching Mole's Little Red Record 9 Audio 1972
3 BBC Radio 1 Live In Concert 5 Audio 1994 Windsong International
4 Matching Mole's Little Red Record 9 Audio 1993 BGO Records
5 Matching Mole 8 Audio 1993 BGO Records
6 Matching Mole 8 Audio 1991-09-21 Epic
7 Matching Mole 8 Audio Columbia
8 Matching Mole's Little Red Record 9 Audio 1972 CBS
9 Matching Mole 8 Audio 1972 CBS
10 Matching Mole 8 Audio CBS
11 Matching Mole 8 Audio
12 Smoke Signals 10 Audio 2001 Cuneiform Records
13 Matching Mole's Little Red Record 9 Audio 1972 Columbia
14 Matching Mole's Little Red Record 9 Audio 1993 ArsNova
15 March 7 Audio 2002 Cuneiform Records
16 Matching Mole 8 Audio CBS
17 On The Radio 10 Audio 2006 Hux Records
18 Matching Mole 21 Audio 2012 Esoteric Recordings
19 Matching Mole's Little Red Record 16 Audio 2012 Esoteric Recordings
20 Matching Mole's Little Red Record 9 Audio 1973 CBS
21 Matching Mole 8 Audio 2004-10-06 Sony Music Direct (Japan) Inc.
22 Matching Mole's Little Red Record 9 Audio 2004-10-06 Sony Music Direct (Japan) Inc.
23 Smoke Signals 10 Audio 2001 G. & P. Essential Music
24 O Caroline 2 Audio 1972 CBS
25 Live At The BBC 1972 4 Audio 2013 B 13
26 Matching Mole 8 Audio 2013-07-24 Sony Music Japan International Inc.
27 Matching Mole's Little Red Record 9 Audio 2013-07-24 Sony Music Japan International Inc.
28 Matching Mole's Little Red Record 9 Audio Columbia
29 Matching Mole 8 Audio 2000 ООО "Канкард"
30 Matching Mole 8 Audio
31 Matching Mole / Mott The Hoople 4 Audio 1972 Playback (2)


Matching Mole was a short-lived UK progressive rock band from the Canterbury scene best known for the song "O Caroline". Robert Wyatt formed the band in October 1971 after he left Soft Machine and recorded his first solo album The End of an Ear. He continued his role on vocals and drums and was joined by David Sinclair, of Caravan, on organ and piano, Phil Miller on guitar and Bill MacCormick, formerly of Quiet Sun, on bass. The name is a pun on Machine Molle, the French translation of the name of Wyatt's previous group Soft Machine.


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