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Monster Movie - Live At Burg Nörvenich, 25th July 1969

    Recorded live in July 1969 during the same sessions that gave birth to their classic debut album ‘Monster Movie’.

    The album contains rawer versions of classics tracks such as "Yoo Doo Right" and "Outside My Door". Holger Czukay - bass, Jacki Liebezeit - drums, Michael Karoli -guitar, Irmin Schmidt - organ and Malcolm Mooney vocals.

    This was Can at the very beginning of their career, before they would become wide ly known as one of the 70's Krautrock most iconic bands. A full catalogue of minimal grooves and extended song forms that would influence generations to come.

    Kraftwerk

    Live At Tribal Gathering, Luton, UK 24 May 1997

      The machine lives. 1997 saw Kraftwerk playing live for the first time in four whole years, and they chose Luton as their stomping ground. 'Live at Tribal Gathering' sees the krautrock pioneers re-emerge from their robot lab, they even decided to give their audience a shock and perform brand new material.

      The Soft Machine

      Live At Royal Albert Hall, London 13th August 1970

        Classic Softs performing live at the prestigious Royal Albert Hall, right after the release of the milestone Third on CBS. Classic line up with Hugh Hopper (Bass), Mike Ratledge (Keyboards), Robert Wyatt (voice/drums) and very special guest Elton Dean on Alto Saxophone and Saxello. Canterbury goes to heaven!

        Kraftwerk

        Spring 1975

          The first side of this fine album features three tracks (Tanzmusik, Kometenmelodie, Klingklang) from a live show in Denver (Colorado) during Kraftwerk's first tour of America in spring 1975.

          The second side is occupied by a 26 minutes version of their first robotic big hit "Autobahn", recorded in Koln in March of the same year. Another great document from one the groundbreaking electronic music bands of all times

          Can

          Live In Hannover, 11 April 1976

            High quality live FM radio broadcast from Hannover on 11 April 1976, the four-piece in brilliant shape surfin’ the cosmos.


            Caravan

            In The Land Of Grey And Pink Live At The Bbc, 1971

              Recorded Live at the BBC in spring 1971, the same year of "In the land of Grey and Pink" release, This is the classic Caravan line up playing music from the same iconic studio album, a true masterpiece in the 70's Rock history. A quintessential combination between Richard Sinclair's beautiful and timeless melodies and David Sinclair's fuzz-organ improvisations. A full immersion in deep Canterbury sound featuring, among others, a 15 minutes epic version of "Nine Feet Underground".

              The Soft Machine

              Top Gear Live In London 1967-1969

                These Soft Machine recordings for John Peel's Top Gear programme took place in December 1967 and June 1969 when the band was at the peak of their psychedelic revolution and during their first transition towards an unprecedented form of Psych Rock Jazz.

                These historical sessions, including a great version of Wyatt's masterpiece "Moon in June", show the great potential of the band's early line ups featuring Hugh Hopper - bass, Kevin Ayers - vocals, guitar, bass, Robert Wyatt - vocals, drums and Mike Ratledge - organ, electric piano, flute.

                Joy Division

                Live At Town Hall, High Wycombe 20th February 1980

                  This record preserves a live Joy Division gig in High Wycombe from February 1980 (the mancunian band being supported by a slot of cult heroes like Killing Joke, A Certain Ratio and Section 25). As Joy Division fans will be keenly aware, Ian Curtis, and consequently the band, had only a few more months left at this point, making this performance all the more powerful.

                  Can

                  Doko E. Live In Cologne 1973

                    Recorded in 1973 at Inner Space Studios during the "Future Days" sessions, this album contains the full lenght performance of "Doko E" a track which appeared on the “Limited Edition” LP. But where the original release gave us only a two and a half minute version, here you can get the whole 40 minutes. A solid and energetic session from the Can classic line up featuring Holger Czukay, Michael Karoli, Irmin Schmidt, Jaki Liebezeit and "Damo" Suzuki. Highly recommended for both Can completists and newcomers.

                    Kraftwerk

                    Live In Koeln Sartory Saal, March 22nd, 1975

                    Featuring two tracks from the previous year’s "Autobahn" including an epic sidelong rendition of the title cut this 1975 live set from Koeln is one of the finest of the legendary German group’s career. Rounded out by “Ruckzuck”, the first track from the very first Kraftwerk record from 1970, this beautiful set of brilliant motorik jams is crucial for any fan of krautrock and the work of Ralf and Florian.


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