Future Days Live
Format: Vinyl LP
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This album is made up of one long jam session recorded live-in-studio at Inner Space in Cologne during the 1973 Future Days sessions. More ambient than their previous efforts, Future Days was also singer Damo Suzuki's final album with Can. Members of Can had first encountered the self-defined '20th century nomad,' Kenji 'Damo' Suzuki, a few years earlier on the streets of Cologne. It was shortly after original Can vocalist Malcolm Mooney had left the band and they were left without a singer on the night of a sold-out concert. Upon spying Damo on the streets of Cologne, Holger Czukay just walked up to him and asked him if he wanted to sing at the concert - no rehearsal, just get up on stage with the band and sing. Damo, of course, accepted and the classic Can line-up was born." 140 gram LP. Clear purple vinyl with red label in PVC sleeve with black lettering. Limited edition 500 copies.
Cat. number: B 167LP
Pressed on clear purple 140 gram vinyl. Comes in a transparent PVC sleeve with black lettering.
Limited edition 500 copies.
This album was previously Unofficially released as 'Doko E'