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Halleluwah - Can - Tago Mago (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Brataur says:
    Can: Tago Mago (orange vinyl pressing) (LP, Vinyl record album) - Moody genius from Can – and one of greatest albums of its time! Tons of spooky spare atmosphe -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record .
  2. Shaktigar says:
    “Tago Mago” is a landmark album in music history, an LP that redefined the word “Experimental” and Ambition. An essential piece of art in anybody’s music collection, one of those albums no one can live without, after having experienced it.
  3. Akilkis says:
    Can’s Tago Mago is being reissued by Mute and Spoon Records in a special 2xCD edition. The edition marks the 40th anniversary of the album’s release, and is out November
  4. Dougami says:
    With the band in full artistic flower and Damo Suzuki's sometimes moody, sometimes frenetic speak/sing/shrieking in full effect, Can released not merely one of the best Krautrock albums of all time, but one of the best albums ever, period. Tago Mago is that rarity of the early '70s, a double album without a wasted note, ranging from sweetly gentle float to full-on monster grooves. "Paperhouse" .
  5. Nikazahn says:
    A wonderful album and a close second to Can’s masterpiece Tago Mago. I’ve bought this on CD as my vinyl copy is wearing thin. Can were a highly influential band who am sounded like nobody else and, along with Amon Duul II, were the best from the Krautrock era. /5().
  6. Tejas says:
    Tago Mago, comme vous le savez probablement, continue de hanter les listes des grands albums qui définiront l'esprit des années soixante-dix chez la jeunesse occidentale en général et d'outre-Rhin en particulier, la plus belle galette de Can, aussi, avec l'également recommandé Ege Bamyasi qui sortira l'an suivant, deux monuments de Kraut /5().
  7. Nasar says:
    "Tago Mago" is the centerpiece of Can's career, a double CD that still boggles the mind today as it did over thirty years ago. Given the comparatively primitive state of recording technology that existed at the time, the sounds Can created were nothing short of astonishing/5().
  8. Mezizilkree says:
    Apr 11,  · The album was serviced to the underground press, and progressive DJs such as Andy Dunkley, Jeff Dexter and Jerry Floyd, who played it before shows by the likes of Hawkwind, Pink Fairies and CCS. Even next to those bands Can were revolutionary, and Tago Mago instantly became a name to drop in artier circles. The record could be heard blasting out of the hipper import stores – .
  9. Fenrikus says:
    Flip record 1 and you get the full side, 18 minute diarreah breaks of "Halleluwah." The second record gets way more experimental, but I'm sticking with it. "Aumgn" is another full-side workout/prayer to the Gods of experimentation that can be interesting. Tago Mago ends with "Bring Me Coffee Or Tea" and your head planted in an opium den. This.

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