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As part of the KRAUT AM EBERTPLATZ concert series we hosted in Cologne in summer 2019, we played a concert with the legendary Damo Suzuki, singer of Krautrock pioneers CAN. It was a magical experience. We only met Damo about an hour before the concert started, so everything was completely improvised. These are the final minutes of the concert. Video by Janosch Pugnaghi & Ansgar Wagemann Find us here: 🤍 🤍 Realized with the help of Musikfonds e.V. and Kulturamt der Stadt Köln
► Subscribe to Red Bull Music Academy: 🤍 Krautrock is a broad, catchall genre that encompasses the many permutations of experimental rock music created by German bands in the ’70s. But one of krautrock’s greatest ironies is that the lead singer for one of the genre’s leading bands was born in Japan. Damo Suzuki discussed his philosophy on what he calls “instant composing,” the importance of spirituality in making music and his Never Ending Tour in his RBMA Berlin 2018 lecture. ► 🤍 #DamoSuzuki #musiccomposer #RedBullMusicAcademy Vocalist and musician Damo Suzuki left home in his late teens and began busking around Europe. During one streetside performances, he attracted the attention of Holger Czukay and Jaki Liebezeit, the bassist and drummer for the band Can. Suzuki became the lead vocalist for Can from 1970 to 1973, writing and singing on the band’s most enduring albums, including Tago Mago, Ege Bamyasi, and Future Days. Praised for their fusion of psychedelic rock, funk, and avant-garde noise, as well as Suzuki’s freeform, multilingual, and often improvisational lyrics, these albums went on to influence members of bands like the Sex Pistols, Jesus & Mary Chain and Radiohead. Though Suzuki stopped making music altogether for several years, he returned in 1983 to front Damo Suzuki’s Network, under which he travels the world to improvise and record with local bands. His 2018 album with German experimental band Jelly Planet explores the limits of krautrock while affirming his status as a genre legend. TOPICS: 16:27 – What is Instant Composing? 24:35 – Embracing the unknown and quieting the ego 37:37 – The story of Damo Suzuki’s Network 40:33 – Battling colon cancer and Iraq through music 48:48 – Eliminating self-consciousness 54:44 – The importance of spirituality MUSIC: 22:39 – Clip from Neverending documentary 45:09 – Damo Suzuki & Killer-Bong – “Live at Chikyuya” 59:12 – Damo Suzuki & Jelly Planet – “Wildschweinbraten” Red Bull Music Academy is the educational pillar of the Red Bull Music program. It is a global institution that for 20 years has been committed to fostering creativity in music by collaborating with those who are shaping our musical landscape and creating spaces for music makers to learn and immerse themselves. ► Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: 🤍 ► Visit Red Bull TV: 🤍 ► Visit our official website: 🤍 ► Our latest videos on YouTube: 🤍 ► Like us on Facebook: 🤍 ► Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 ► Follow us on Twitter: 🤍
Provided to YouTube by Beggars Group Digital Ltd. I Am Damo Suzuki (Remastered) · The Fall This Nation's Saving Grace ℗ 2009 Beggars Banquet Records Ltd Released on: 2011-01-24 Associated Performer: Brix Smith Associated Performer: Karl Burns Associated Performer: Mark E. Smith Associated Performer: Craig Scanlon Associated Performer: Simon Rogers Associated Performer: Stephen Hanley Music Publisher: CMRRA Music Publisher: BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd. Composer Lyricist: Brix Smith Composer: Karl Burns Composer Lyricist: Mark E. Smith Auto-generated by YouTube.
The legendary vocalist of Can talks about his unique creative process and then performs at Red Bull Music Academy's November 2013 Weekender in the city. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: 🤍 Visit our official website: 🤍 Our latest videos on YouTube: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Damo Suzuki official website: 🤍
Portrait of Damo Suzuki by Grauzone Festival and Black Currant Magazine visiting Damo in Koln together with Tomo Katsurada from Kikaguku Moyo. At Grauzone Festival 2020 Krautrock legend Damo Suzuki performed a set with members of young bands Kikagaku Moyo (Tomo and Go), Bo Ningen and Minami Deutsch. For this short portrait, we discover Damo's and Tomo's interests, talk about their combined show at Grauzone and how Damo's work inspired Tomo. Directed by Black Currant & Grauzone Produced by Grauzone Interview by Black Currant & Grauzone Camera by Black Currant Sound by Black Currant & CAN (Sing Swan Song)
Can was a German experimental rock band formed in Cologne in 1968 by the core quartet of Holger Czukay (bass, tape editing), Irmin Schmidt (keyboards), Michael Karoli (guitar), and Jaki Liebezeit (drums). The group cycled through several vocalists, most prominently the American-born Malcolm Mooney (1968–70) and the Japanese-born Damo Suzuki (1970–73), as well as various temporary members. Coming from backgrounds in the avant-garde and jazz, the members of Can blended elements of psychedelic rock, funk, and noise on influential albums such as Tago Mago (1971), Ege Bamyasi (1972) and Future Days (1973). Can also had occasional commercial success, with singles such as "Spoon" and "I Want More" reaching national singles charts. They have been widely hailed as pioneers of the German krautrock scene, and a considerable influence on subsequent rock, post-punk, ambient, and electronic music.
Damo Suzuki, lead singer from the seminal krautrock band CAN, performing with POND at The Bakery, Perth on June 28 2012. Damo Suzuki with Nick Odell, Kevin Parker, Nick Allbrook, Cam Avery, Joe Ryan, Jamie Terry, Jay Watson and Cameron George Filmed by Coel Healy - 🤍 Audio recorded and mixed by Joe Ryan
ENERGY: DAMO SUZUKI DOCUMENTARY PREMIERES IN LONDON AND 8 MORE CITIES. Now available to watch on Vimeo 🤍 🤍 Damo Suzuki reflects on his life as he confronts cancer and attempts to resume a never-ending tour. Dir. Michelle Heighway, 2022, UK, 71 min Suzuki’s zen, positivity, dogged spirit and remarkable endurance is at the heart of a new documentary, Energy: A Film About Damo Suzuki, by Michelle Heighway. The Guardian - Daniel Dylan Wray Energy: A Documentary about Damo Suzuki An existential journey through the power of healing with the enigmatic Damo Suzuki, former lead singer of krautrock legends CAN. Critically acclaimed director Michelle Heighway has been working with the mercurial Japanese-born musician since 2014, culminating in the fascinating insights of ENERGY. The film follows Suzuki over five years of his life in Germany and the UK as he confronts cancer and attempts to continue a never-ending global tour. The film’s production was made possible by the incredible support it received from two crowdfunding campaigns. “In the music zone we see the artist open himself to the moment, whipping up storms and summoning magic from the ground with the sound carriers. It really is something.” The Wire Magazine - ISSUE 468 / Leah Kardos “Inspirational story of the ex-Can vocalist’s survival and creative drive”. Mike Barnes 🤍 MOJO Magazine. Review Issue 354 Next Screening 🤍 Musikfilm Festivalen 🤍 DFI Copenhagen - 19th Sept 8:45pm 2023 🤍 CINEMAS/FESTIVALS - GET IN TOUCH NOW TO BOOK WORLDWIDE EMAIL - mheighway at i4visuals.com 2022 Screenings: Energy : A Documentary about Damo Suzuki Doc' n Roll Film Festival 2022 - 9 Cities 🤍 / 🤍 Director Michelle Heighway is delighted to announce ENERGY: A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT DAMO SUZUKI with a premiere in London and 9 screenings across the UK. Event supported by the BFI, awarding funds from the National Lottery. BFI Doc'n Roll Film Festival 2022. UK Festival Tour Dates: October 30 - November 11, 2022 London, RIO - 30 October - SUNDAY 4pm Brighton, DUKE OF YORK - 1st November - TUESDAY Bristol, CUBE - 4th November - Friday - 8pm Nottingham, BROADWAY- 4th November - FRIDAY Newcastle, TYNESIDE - 2nd November - WEDNESDAY Birkenhead, FUTURE YARD - 6th November - SUNDAY 2pm Birmingham, MOCKING BIRD - 6th November - SUNDAY 4pm Cardiff, CHAPTER - 10th November - THURSDAY Sheffield, SHOWROOM - 11th November - FRIDAY Sound Watch 2022 🤍 OUT TO LUNCH FESTIVAL 2023 🤍 THE REAL DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL 2023 - April 21st 🤍 Melbourne Documentary Film Festival July 2023 🤍 Musikfilm Festivalen 🤍 DFI Copenhagen - 19th Sept 8:45pm 2023 🤍 July 10th / OXFORD - ENERGY: A Documentary about Damo Suzuki - The Ultimate Picture Palace 🤍 The Carlton Club Manchester /6 June / Energy: A Documentary about Damo Suzuki + Live Online Q&A (Zoom Chat) with Damo Suzuki 🤍 Current/Past/Future Screenings Worldwide : 🤍
Energy: A Documentary about Damo Suzuki. Streaming Exclusively on Vimeo 🎬 Available now in the UK and Europe! Thanks for the support. ENERGY 🤍 #DamoSuzukisNetwork An existential journey through the power of healing with enigmatic frontman Damo Suzuki. Learn the story behind "ENERGY: A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT DAMO SUZUKI" and help us meet our goal. 🤍indiegogo Thanks so much. ENERGY Critically-acclaimed director Michelle Heighway has been working with iconic musician Damo Suzuki since 2014, culminating in ENERGY. The film shows five years of Suzuki’s life in Germany and the United Kingdom as he confronts cancer and attempts to continue a never-ending global tour. We are now crowdfunding for the final phase of the film: archival copyright fees and music licensing which will allow us to honor Damo’s story with the documentary it deserves. “ENERGY is a wonderful story of hope,” says Heighway. “It’s a personal portrait of an iconic musician, a nomad and a person who connects others all around the world.” The film examines the past, present and future of Suzuki’s influential music, from his beginnings with legendary band CAN, to his singular outlook on life, creativity, and protest. FOLLOW US 🤍 🤍 & 🤍
PRESALE STARTS NOW: 12 inch 180 g black vinyl 🤍klangschutz.com RECORD RELEASE SHOW 12th APRIL 2023 at RHIZ VIENNA 🤍rhiz.wien In 1973 metaphysical transporter and singer DAMO SUZUKI left the legendary experimental rock band CAN, to which he gave his voice and energy for some of the bands most ground breaking music albums and eclectic live shows. Going on pilgrimage and a journey for mystic exploration that still lasts on until today, Mr. Suzuki then started his own live music project: The DAMO SUZUKI NETWORK, traveling the world to perform completely improvised live shows together with primarily young and unknown musicians from local psychedelic underground scenes. And what band could be more underground than HALF BAKED CHEESE, the viennese heavy rock phenomenon doomed to haunt some of the countries wildest events and supported bands such as Church of Misery, Heckspoiler, Hypnotic Floor, Karaba and many others? Together with the additional local sound carriers Lorenz Kainz and Matthias Kampf all of them performed a completely improvised happening on November 15th 2019, the whole show got preserved on 12 inch vinyl by Klangschutz Schallplatten. Celebrating the record release with an in-depth vinyl research case on ancient Krautrock galaxies and Neo-Kraut encounters with DJ Yellow King and a live composing set by Planet Safe and friends at RHIZ VIENNA on 12th of April 2023! 🤍rhiz.wien Free entry (a donation of your choice is modestly requested) Sound Recording: Stefan Postavka Mastering: Alexandr Vatagin Lacquer Cut: Sidney Claire Meyer for Emil Berliner Studios Vinyl Pressing: Austrovinyl Cover Design, Trailer & Artwork: Camp Comfort #damosuzuki #vinyl #record #release #vienna #klangschutz
Damo Suzuki and his assembled ground of sound carriers for the night took to the stage at Set Theatre on Friday August 13th as part of the 2010 Kilkenny Arts Festival. Here's some highlights for what turned out to be an intriguing night of improvised music in Kilkenny.
Dunkelziffer: DAMO SUZUKI ダモ鈴木 (vo) Rike Gratt (b) Stefan Krachten (ds) Dominik Von Senger (g) Matthias Keul (kb) Olek Gelba/ Reiner Linke (perc) Wolfgang Schubert (sax) SONGS] Watch On My Head 2:50 Sunday Morning 4:49 Retrospection 13:25 Q 4:58 (Do Watch What You Can) Prof. 2:23 I See Your Smile 3:58 Oriental Café 10:04 Dunkelziffer 1984/ In The Night. feat DAMO SUZUKI ダモ鈴木 (aka CAN) HDDR1709172/CDR/CAN-Anthology Vol.3-8
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Michelle Heighway is the filmmaker of the new documentary on kraut rock legend Damo Suzuki called Energy. I have been talking to Michelle about the film process and invited her for a conversation and she also invidet the two persons in the film - Damo and Elke. The result is a great conversation on music, faith, film and life in general. Hope you enjoy! Watch the TRAILER here: 🤍 See the FULL FILM here: 🤍 Subscribe if you like the channel and don't hesitate to ask questions and ill answer them as soon as I can. And follow me on Instagram for a sneak peek of the records ill show later in a recent vinyl finds video Linktree - 🤍 ……………..……………..……………..……………..……………..…………….. Like to support the channel? Use the links. No extra cost - I get a commission on the sale. Links to my affiliate shop; 🤍 Amazon 🤍 (USA) 🤍 (Swe) Ginza 🤍 Adlibris 🤍 Hifiklubben 🤍 ……………..……………..……………..……………..……………..…………….. Podcast (in Swedish) ”Vinylsnack”: 🤍 🤍 ……………..……………..……………..……………..……………..…………….. #Record Collection #Vinyl Finds #Vinyl community #rare records #record collecting DISCLAIMER: Links included in this description might be affiliate links. If you purchase a product or service with the links that I provide I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you!
Dunkelziffer: DAMO SUZUKI (vo) Rike Gratt (b) Stefan Krachten (ds) Dominik Von Senger (g) Matthias Keul (kb) Olek Gelba/ Reiner Linke (perc) Wolfgang Schubert (sax) [SONGS] Give Me Your Soul 4:03/ Akino Aruhini 6:34/ Network 7:17/ Trailer II 5:07/ Take Off Your Heavy Load 12:05/ No Matter 5:41/ 2nd Future Information 3:26/ I Pinched Myself 5:02 Dunkelziffer III 1986/ feat DAMO SUZUKI ダモ鈴木 (aka CAN) HDDR1709173/CDR/CAN-AnthologyVol.3-9.
The documentary "Romantic Warriors IV - Krautrock" connects the present with the past, by including contemporary bands, like Damo Suzuki Network. Check out this brief excerpt of the film, in which Damo talks about the Sound Carriers. "Romantic Warriors IV – Krautrock (Part 1)" (USA, 2019, 120 minutes) - NTSC All Regions DVD available at 🤍, Amazon USA, Canada and Europe, and in selected online stores worldwide in January 2019. The fourth film covers the origins, Zeitgeist, and trajectory of the pioneering German progressive music bands of the 70s emerging from the Hamburg/Düsseldorf/Cologne region, and its influence on contemporary bands. Developed in Germany in the late 60s and early 70s, and largely divorced from the traditional rock influences of British and American bands, the so-called Krautrock genre contributed to the evolution of electronic music, techno and hip hop, ambient music, minimalism and avant-garde. FEATURING CAN • Faust • Kluster • Cluster • Kraftwerk • Floh De Cologne • NEU! • LA Düsseldorf • Japandorf • Harmonia • Krautwerk • Electric Orange • Robert Rich & Markus Reuter • Wume • Damo Suzuki Network PLEASE Contribute TO OUR IndieGoGo campaign at 🤍 DVD AVAILABLE FOR SALE AT WWW.PROGDOCS.COM AMAZON AND OTHER PROG DISTRIBUTORS IN JANUARY 2019. LANGUAGE - ENGLISH AND GERMAN - ENGLISH SUBTITLES - PICTURE -16:9 SOUND - 2.0 STEREO TOTAL TIME – 120 MIN. ©℗ 2019 ZEITGEIST MEDIA LLC.
"ENERGY: A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT DAMO SUZUKI" Official Indiegogo Taster Energy: A Documentary about Damo Suzuki. Streaming Exclusively on Vimeo 🎬 Available now in the UK and Europe! Thanks for the support. ENERGY 🤍 #DamoSuzukisNetwork
Can y su "Spoon" versión live , fascinante muestra de la calidad y variedad de esta gente , mutando de un show a otro , cambiando arreglos , modificando letras ( con expresiones en varios idiomas) sumando performers no necesariamente musicales como en este caso . Gran influencia para muchísima gente de los más diversos estilos . "Spoon" original version with subtitles 🤍
Provided to YouTube by Beggars Group Digital Ltd. I Am Damo Suzuki · The Fall This Nation's Saving Grace ℗ 1985 Beggars Banquet Records Ltd Released on: 1985-09-23 Associated Performer: Brix Smith Associated Performer: Karl Burns Associated Performer: Mark E. Smith Associated Performer: Craig Scanlon Associated Performer: Simon Rogers Associated Performer: Stephen Hanley Music Publisher: BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd. Music Publisher: CMRRA Composer Lyricist: Brix Smith Composer: Karl Burns Composer Lyricist: Mark E. Smith Auto-generated by YouTube.
Damo Suzuki Band - V.E.R.N.I.S.S.A.G.E.
Recorded live at Arkaoda, Berlin, 27/02/2020 Buy album here : 🤍
Globo perform 'I am Damo Suzuki' at the live presentation of 'Globo's This Nation's Saving Grace' at the Norwich Arts Centre.
Provided to YouTube by Cherry Red Records I Am Damo Suzuki (Live at The Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh, 10/10/2001) · The Fall Live At The Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh, 10/10/2001 ℗ 2019 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd Composer: Brix Smith Composer: Karl Burns Composer: Laura Smith Composer: Mark Smith Auto-generated by YouTube.
Enjoy this documentary of a gig Damo Suzuki did in 2008 in Tokyo, Japan. In addition to 40 minutes of live music, Damo and other share their thoughts and impressions. '08 23/11 Nov 23 Gig at Club Havana Tokyo '08 東京八王子で行われたギグの一日のドキュメント。ノーカットのライブシーン40分を含んだ、全編60分の作品です。彼が何を思っているのか、私たちは何を思うのか、それを感じてくれたら嬉しいです。 Production : Team R.o.f.T (Rock on the film of Tokyo) English translation : Atsuko Kamura English supervision : Cedric Wagrez Director : Love Suzuki Music : Love Suzuki can Damo Suzuk ＃tokyolife＃damosuzuki ＃vitamin ＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝ C.A.R. feat. Damo Suzuki (Can) live at Ebertplatz, Cologne 2019 🤍 Can - Paperhouse - Live, 1971 (Remastered) 🤍 Damo Suzuki talks Instant Composing and Spiritual Music | Red Bull Music Academy 🤍 ＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝
Earthless were residents at Roadburn 2018 playing a different show each day. This is the second one from 20/04/2018 where they were joined by the legendary Damo Suzuki of CAN as well as by Ryu Kurosawa (Kikagaku Moyo). The music, as you might expect, is a phenomenal free-flowing jam packed with krauty, psychedelic riffs and signature improvised vocals from Damo Suzuki.
Damo Suzuki i drug moi gruzovik - Live jam at Tanabata festival near Dniepropetrovsk, 11/07/2009
Recorded live from "Edinburgh Festival" at The Empire Theatre, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK August 25, 1973 *The last concert with Damo Suzuki source : Soundboard recording (partial aud. source mixed) Line up; Damo Suzuki - vocals Holger Czukay - bass Michael Karoli - guitar Jaki Liebezeit - drums Irmin Schmidt - keyboards 🤍 🤍 The song was originally released on the album 「Future Days」(1973) 🤍 *but this live ver. is totally alternate arranged. -set list(1973/08/25)- ・Soup ★・Bel Air ・Convolusions(Ebony Suite) ・Hot Day ・Stone Strike ・Hakucho no Uta (Swan Song) 🤍 🤍
filmed 1.16.03 would have filmed more but security forced me to turn my camera off. FU Knitting Factory!