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Ege Bamyasi drops the haze and hits with a sharp pang from the get-go. Often described as the “tense” Can album, Ege is actually the band at its most focused, bolstered in part by the excellent performance of the single “Spoon”.
Tago Mago the first album with Damo Suzuki on vocals, features the Can line up of Holger Czukay on bass, Michael Karoli on guitars, Jaki Liebezeit on drums and Irmin Schmidt on keyboards, and was recorded at Schloss Nörvenich in 1971.
Though his vocals are as soft and supple, there's an eerie quality to González's restraint and levity. He reaches for high notes and hooks, but he never raises his voice—he's post-anger, post-verse-and-chorus.
Damo Suzuki's last album with Can as Vocalist. Only 4 tracks, but includes the astonishing 20-minute version of Bel Air and the 3-minute pop masterpiece Moonshake. This 1973 epic encapsulates everything great about Can then and now.