Dizzy Dizzy - Can - Music (Live 1971-1977) (SACD)

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  1. Shakak
    Can Live Music (Live –) is a double live album by the band Can, released in and recorded in the UK and West Germany between 19(despite the title referencing ). It originally came as an item in the now out of print Can box cofymvoodookinosthordiri.infoinfo: Krautrock.
  2. Najar
    Can – SACD Remastered Collection (13x SACD ) {PS3 ISO + FLAC} among others. As with much aggressive and challenging experimental music, Can’s music can be difficult to appreciate, yet their albums offer some of the best experimental rock ever recorded. Can – Monster Movie () [ Remaster] Dizzy Dizzy Come sta.
  3. Vumuro
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Can - Dizzy Dizzy at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Can collection/5(21).
  4. Doujin
    Oct 01,  · The later SACD reissues of the main albums list it as available "Can Live SPOONSA42/43" - but I've never seen it and it's never been listed on here. Seems like it would have been an odd one to remaster for SACD given the source tapes were not the hi-est of the fi-est/5(9).
  5. Yozshukazahn
    Nov 19,  · Dizzy Dizzy and Vernal Equinox are awesome in this regard. Holger is a no nonsense bass player who adds to the relentlessness of the music. Irmin produces some otherworldly sounds from his instrument. Damo adds to it all with his manic vocals. My favourite parts are the bits from , jynx,dizzy dizzy,vernal equinoxe,yo doo right/5(12).
  6. Tugis
    Jul 20,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Can • Dizzy Dizzy () YouTube George Duke Trio "It's On" Live at Java Jazz Festival - Duration: JavaJazzFest Recommended for you.
  7. Fenrir
    Nov 11,  · Instead of recording tight pop songs or satire, Can experimented with noise, synthesizers, nontraditional music, cut-and-paste techniques, and, most importantly, electronic music; each album marked a significant step forward from the previous album, investigating new territories that other rock bands weren’t interested in exploring.

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