‘Can Live in Paris 1973’ out in February

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'Can Live in Paris 1973' out in February via Mute and Future Days

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(Photo by Spoon Records) The second phase of the Can live series, “Can Live in Paris 1973”, is set for release on vinyl, CD and digitally on 23 February 2024 via Mute and Future Days (the new EU label created by Spoon Records).

“Live in Paris 1973” finds Can for a performance recorded at L’Olympia in Paris on 12 May 1973, marking the first of the live series to feature Damo Suzuki on vocals. From 1970-73 the core line up of Irmin Schmidt, Jaki Liebezeit, Michael Karoli, and Holger Czukay were joined by Japanese improviser and vocalist Suzuki. They met after a chance encounter while Suzuki was busking in Munich.

Here is an excerpt of “Can Live In Paris 1973”.

This new album shows the band at a particularly important stage of their career, with two of their most important albums – “Tago Mago” and “Ege Bamyasi” – recently released. The recording itself was uncovered and pieced together from recordings within the Spoon Records vaults and those sent in by helpful fans, and brought into the 21st century by founding member Irmin Schmidt and producer / engineer René Tinner who have compiled and edited all the albums in this series.

The new release follows “Can Live in Brighton 1975”, “Can Live in Stuttgart 1975” and “Can Live in Cuxhaven 1976“.

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