The Deep Sky is a poetic film that employs experimental flourishes and magical realist notes to create a visceral experience. Focused on its characters as richly developed individuals the story navigates the emotional and philosophical complexities of the world the three lovers have created.
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Of these, the "E. These were some of the band's earliest experiments. The album hosts many unique features that would never fit on any given album. For example on "Doko E" Damo Suzuki sang in his native Japanese and "Mother Upduff" featured Malcolm Mooney's impromptu storytelling in spoken word vocals along with an uncharacteristic jazzy musical accompaniment. There are also other examples of instruments such as the violin and shehni, an Indian reed instrument that give many tracks a completely different flavor than most of what CAN offered however despite the wildly experimental improvisational flavors that seemed somewhat random in freeform, Jaki Liebezeit Deep Sky Show (new sky) - Pshem - THE FLOW - REMIX ALBUM (CD) maintains firm control of the rhythmic drive with his distinct percussive style that never deviates too far from his status quo however on some tracks he has more of a license to incubate some exotically technical drum rolls that are allowed to wander off the leash.
Another unusual instrument featured is the schizophone on "The Empress And The Ukraine King" which sounds like a xylophone if it's the exotic instrument that i think it is. Many tracks such as the aforementioned also deliver a much more progressive rock oriented sound with more angular instrumental workouts that develop more intricate melodic counterpoints. The instruments also play off of each other in different keys and tunings which offers distinct bouts of dissonance and complex harmonic interplay.
While CAN's albums can sound uniform in stylistic approach save the bizarre nature of "Tago Mago," on UN LIMITED EDITION, each track is completely unique and that's the beauty of this grab bag of disparate ideas that displayed the band on creative highs that for whatever reason were deemed to alienating to appear side by side with the more distinguished tracks that made it onto albums.
Some of the tracks, especially the "E. The lengthy powerhouse "Cutaway" was recorded all the way back in March during the "Monster Movie" sessions and is by far one of CAN's most interesting tracks.
Unlike many behemoth monstrosities that veer toward the 20 minute mark this one is just over 18this track is in reality several shorter tracks stitched together in seemingly random ways and is in effect a collage of various experiments that fit in quite well with the wild and crazy creative uptick that was exploding in This album is not just a collection of substandard tracks at all but rather tracks that were just too far outside the context of what the album's were going for as these standalone tracks are really bizarre for the most part.
This is highly recommended for those who cherish the most experimental Deep Sky Show (new sky) - Pshem - THE FLOW - REMIX ALBUM (CD) of CAN. While not an "official" studio album per se, this one is chock full of entertaining musical tidbits and the wide range of styles makes this THEEEE most diverse CAN album that has seen the light of day. It's also more fruitful in that it offers six extra tracks that are well worth it so unless you are a collector of all things CAN, the remastered version of this CD is the way to go.
After the release of the band's fifth album 'Future Days,' Damo Suzuki left the band so he could both marry his girlfriend and to become a Jehovah's Witness. The new edition hosted an additional six additional tracks including one of CAN's most eclectic and freaky collage giants in the form of the near 19 minute 'Cutaway.
While some tracks like the opening 'Gomorrha' may evoke a familiarity as heard on some of the weirder tracks on album's such as 'Tago Mago' which are entirely instrumental and host a unique mix of heady keyboard and guitar workouts laced with a funk laden bass groove and busy percussive section, other tracks strip bare the piling up of effects and expose the true nature of CAN's secret weapon, namely a diverse palette of world ethnic sounds that were twisted and coerced into performing psychedelic mind tricks and created repetitive looping effects and oscillating swirls of sound.
Of these, the 'E. For example on 'Doko E' Damo Suzuki sang in his native Japanese and 'Mother Upduff' featured Malcolm Mooney's impromptu storytelling in spoken word vocals along with an uncharacteristic jazzy musical accompaniment. Another unusual instrument featured is the schizophone on 'The Empress And The Ukraine King' which sounds like a xylophone if it's the exotic instrument that i think it is.
While CAN's albums can sound uniform in stylistic approach save the bizarre nature of 'Tago Mago,' on UN LIMITED EDITION, each track is completely unique and that's the beauty of this grab bag of disparate ideas that displayed the band on creative highs that for whatever reason were deemed to alienating to appear side by side with the more distinguished tracks that made it onto albums.
Some of the tracks, especially the 'E. The lengthy powerhouse 'Cutaway' was recorded all the way back in March during the 'Monster Movie' sessions and is by far one of CAN's most interesting tracks. While not an 'official' studio album per se, this one is chock full of entertaining musical tidbits and the wide range of styles makes this THEEEE most diverse CAN album that has seen the light of day.
Copyright Prog Archives, All rights reserved. Please consider supporting us by giving monthly PayPal donations and help keep PA fast-loading and ad-free forever. They transformed progressive-rock into a science. By bridging classical music, jazz music and rock music of their times, CAN accomplished the first organic study on rhythm and texture.
Their hypnotic and glacial instrumental jams straddled the line between free-jazz, acid-rock and chamber music. CAN's music can be difficult to appreciate, yet their albums offer some of the best experimental rock ever recorded. Then there are always the myths, the legends and the fascination.
Here's a synopsis of most of their albums. I can recommend "Delay" through to Soon over Babaluma. And this is the Sound Deep Sky Show (new sky) - Pshem - THE FLOW - REMIX ALBUM (CD) CAN in the nineties.
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