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Live In Cuxhaven 1976

    Mute and Spoon Records present 'Live In Cuxhaven 1976', the third album of the curated Can live concert series. Available in full for the first time on blue vinyl, CD and digitally.

    Originally recorded on tape, this carefully restored live album comprises the 1976 show in the format of a story with a beginning, middle and end, bringing CAN’s performance to life. The series was overseen by founding member Irmin Schmidt and producer/engineer René Tinner, who delicately worked on restoring the archival recordings to the best quality for current modern technology.

    These albums have been released alongside a succession of interviews discussing the band’s live shows. The YouTube series comprise interviews with journalist/author Pascal Bussy, Mute’s Daniel Miller, music critic Nick Kent, Primal Scream’s Bobby Gillespie, and Andy Hall and René Tinner who were both involved with recording Can’s live shows.


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    1. Cuxhaven 76 Eins
    2. Cuxhaven 76 Zwei
    3. Cuxhaven 76 Drei
    4. Cuxhaven 76 Vier

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    Live In Brighton 1975

      “Live In Brighton 1975” is the second album of a curated series of CAN live concerts. Available in full for the first time on triple vinyl, double CD and digitally. Originally recorded on tape, this carefully restored live album comprises the entirety of the show in the format of a story with a beginning, middle and end, bringing CAN’s performance to life. Limited edition triple Gold vinyl in triple gatefold sleeve plus a 2CD edition in card pack with 16 page booklet, both with extensive sleeve notes.

      STAFF COMMENTS

      Barry says: There's not much I can tell you here that you won't already know.. this is the second wonderfully pressed collection from Can of live performances following 'Live In Stuttgart' that was released in May. There are very few musicians that could pull off this level of out-there musicianship, and this is a wonderful and accurate document of their live legacy. Essential.

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      A1 Brighton 75 Eins
      A2 Brighton 75 Zwei
      A3 Brighton 75 Drei
      B1 Brighton 75 Vier
      B2 Brighton 75 Fünf
      C1 Brighton 75 Sechs
      C2 Brighton 75 Sieben

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      Live In Stuttgart 1975

        Live in Stuttgart 1975 is the first of a curated series of Can live concerts available in full for the first time on vinyl, CD and digitally. Originally recorded on tape, these carefully restored live albums will comprise the entirety of each show in the format of a story with a beginning, middle and end, with Can’s performances taking on a life of their own.
        Available on triple vinyl and double CD. 


        STAFF COMMENTS

        Barry says: There's really not much that can be said about live Can material that you wouldn't already know, but it's safe to say that this sounds superb and is the perfect recreation of a perfectly sculpted live Can show from the comfort of your own home. An intoxicating and transportive collection, and an essential document of one of the greatest Krautrock pioneers in the biz.

        TRACK LISTING

        A1 Stuttgart 75 Eins
        A2 Stuttgart 75 Zwei
        B1 Stuttgart 75 Drei (Part 1)
        B2 Stuttgart 75 Drei (Part 2)
        C1 Stuttgart 75 Drei (Part 3)
        C2 Stuttgart 75 Vier
        C3 Stuttgart 75 Fünf

        CD TRACKLIST
        1 Stuttgart 75 Eins
        2 Stuttgart 75 Zwei
        3 Stuttgart 75 Drei
        4 Stuttgart 75 Vier
        5 Stuttgart 75 Fünf

        Irmin Schmidt

        Nocturne (Live At The Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival)

          Live album from legendary founder of CAN.

          Nocturne (live at the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival) comprises three pieces performed live on a partly prepared piano, along additional pre-recorded soundscapes.

          The live performance of ‘Klavierstück II’ is a pensive improvisation using essential elements of the original piece.

          ‘Nocturne’ starts with the ambient sounds whilst the piano seemingly melts into the soundscape and eventually grows into a long meditative piano solo.

          ‘Yonder’ is a much more dramatic piece, dominated by the overwhelming sounds of church bells, a sort of “dies irai”, radical, emotional and fiercely poetic.

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          Klavierstück II
          Nocturne
          Yonder

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          Ege Bamyasi

            Recorded in their own Inner Space Studio in 1972, this was yet another landmark krautrock moment. Following on from the genius "Tago Mago" album was never going to be easy, but this was Can working at their peak. Another classic album featuring the genius shuffling drum beat of Jaki Liebezeit, the rhythmic grooves the towering kosmic guitars and experimental almost free-jazz approach. In a word this is magnificent, every home should have one!!!!!

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            Delay 1968

              Although recorded in the late 60s, the material included on "Delay 1968" did not appear commercially until 1981. A collection of cuts featuring early vocalist Malcolm Mooney, these seven songs are among the very first Can ever recorded. As an early insight to the future sound of the krautrock legends this features some essential tracks like "Thief", "Butterfly" and "Uphill".

              STAFF COMMENTS

              Mine says: If you have always found Can a little too weird and don't know where to start, this one's for you. Delay 1968 is a brilliant but very approachable album by the German Krautrock pioneers. It is by far my favourite and I have yet to play it to someone who doesn't like it!

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              Monster Movie

                The first album from Can and featuring the vocals of Malcolm Mooney, an African American sculptor artist. Possibly the rawest and rockiest of all Can's releases, this combined all the elements of Can, the classic krautrock groove, their shuffling funkiness and the stoned psyche guitar freakouts.


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