CAN - Can - CD - CDSPOON28
Autores: Can, Michael Karoli, Jaki Liebezeit, Irmin Schmidt, Rosko Gee, Rebop Kwaku Baah, Holger Czukay
Editor: Spoon Records (2007)
Géneros: Electronic, Rock, Krautrock, Pop Rock, Experimental, Funk Rock
PREÇO E FORNECIMENTO SOB CONSULTA
The nameless collective had established its first studio, Inner Space, at the castle when American sculptor Malcolm Mooney, visiting Irmin and Hildegard Schmidt, joined the band. His intuitive drive led the musicians toward a unique take on rock music and the track Father Cannot Yell originated from one of these early sessions. David Johnson, who by then had become the band's sound engineer, left at the end of 1968. Around this period, the lack of a name was solved by Mooney and Liebezeit who came up with The Can.
The first Can album, Monster Movie (1969), defined Can music. Played and recorded spontaneously and driven by repetitive rhythms, the album was recorded directly on to a 2-track machine and then extensively edited.